Fancy a taste of the singing action set to take Cork by storm this weekend. 

Check this out.
The Cork International Choral Festival will be hitting the high-notes this weekend and this is just a taste of what can be expected.
The Sing For Your Life! choir from Tasmania, Australia gave an enraptured audience a stunning performance today at Cork City Library.
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