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Liam Lawton

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It is twenty years since Liam Lawton began composing and performing. Since then he has found a niche with his own brand of sacred and inspirational music, which has become repertoire for Choirs and Individuals throughout the world.

He has recorded 14 collections to date with a number of them achieving Platinum status. A number of artists at home and abroad have recorded his material and his liturgical works have translated into many languages including Swedish, French, German and Irish. Liam publishes with one of the major Liturgical Publishers – GIA Music in Chicago. His music has been performed for many State occasions in Ireland and also in the UK and the USA.

His work and performances have brought him to such stages as Carnegie Hall, NewYork, Chicago Symphony Hall, Annahiem Convention Centre Los Angeles, National Concert Hall Dublin, The Paul VI Auditorium at the Vatican, The White House and many of the world’s sacred sites. Liam has recorded a number of TV specials and his works have been narrated by such greats as Gregory Peck, Frank Mc Court, Joan Cusack, John Malkovitch and Mick Lally of the Abbey theatre in Dublin.

Liam’s second book The Hope Prayer ~ a book of poetic reflections became a best seller in 2010/11 in Ireland. Recently he was one of the people invited to perform at the International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin, singing his own compositions before a live audience of 75,000 people and a Televised audience of 200 million. Liam is a Roman Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin south of Dublin. He has continued to hold the position of Director of Sacred Music in his Diocese. He resides in Carlow, Ireland.

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It is twenty years since Liam Lawton began composing and performing. Since then he has found a niche with his own brand of sacred and inspirational music, which has become repertoire for Choirs and Individuals throughout the world.

He has recorded 14 collections to date with a number of them achieving Platinum status. A number of artists at home and abroad have recorded his material and his liturgical works have translated into many languages including Swedish, French, German and Irish. Liam publishes with one of the major Liturgical Publishers – GIA Music in Chicago. His music has been performed for many State occasions in Ireland and also in the UK and the USA.

His work and performances have brought him to such stages as Carnegie Hall, NewYork, Chicago Symphony Hall, Annahiem Convention Centre Los Angeles, National Concert Hall Dublin, The Paul VI Auditorium at the Vatican, The White House and many of the world’s sacred sites. Liam has recorded a number of TV specials and his works have been narrated by such greats as Gregory Peck, Frank Mc Court, Joan Cusack, John Malkovitch and Mick Lally of the Abbey theatre in Dublin.

Liam’s second book The Hope Prayer ~ a book of poetic reflections became a best seller in 2010/11 in Ireland. Recently he was one of the people invited to perform at the International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin, singing his own compositions before a live audience of 75,000 people and a Televised audience of 200 million. Liam is a Roman Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin south of Dublin. He has continued to hold the position of Director of Sacred Music in his Diocese. He resides in Carlow, Ireland.

- See more at: http://www.liamlawton.com/?page_id=37#sthash.bKuqVHHJ.dpuf

It is twenty years since Liam Lawton began composing and performing. Since then he has found a niche with his own brand of sacred and inspirational music, which has become repertoire for Choirs and Individuals throughout the world.

He has recorded 14 collections to date with a number of them achieving Platinum status. A number of artists at home and abroad have recorded his material and his liturgical works have translated into many languages including Swedish, French, German and Irish. Liam publishes with one of the major Liturgical Publishers – GIA Music in Chicago. His music has been performed for many State occasions in Ireland and also in the UK and the USA.

His work and performances have brought him to such stages as Carnegie Hall, NewYork, Chicago Symphony Hall, Annahiem Convention Centre Los Angeles, National Concert Hall Dublin, The Paul VI Auditorium at the Vatican, The White House and many of the world’s sacred sites. Liam has recorded a number of TV specials and his works have been narrated by such greats as Gregory Peck, Frank Mc Court, Joan Cusack, John Malkovitch and Mick Lally of the Abbey theatre in Dublin.

Liam’s second book The Hope Prayer ~ a book of poetic reflections became a best seller in 2010/11 in Ireland. Recently he was one of the people invited to perform at the International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin, singing his own compositions before a live audience of 75,000 people and a Televised audience of 200 million. Liam is a Roman Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin south of Dublin. He has continued to hold the position of Director of Sacred Music in his Diocese. He resides in Carlow, Ireland.

- See more at: http://www.liamlawton.com/?page_id=37#sthash.FWqRMHfF.dpuf

It is twenty years since Liam Lawton began composing and performing. Since then he has found a niche with his own brand of sacred and inspirational music, which has become repertoire for Choirs and Individuals throughout the world.

He has recorded 14 collections to date with a number of them achieving Platinum status. A number of artists at home and abroad have recorded his material and his liturgical works have translated into many languages including Swedish, French, German and Irish. Liam publishes with one of the major Liturgical Publishers – GIA Music in Chicago. His music has been performed for many State occasions in Ireland and also in the UK and the USA.

His work and performances have brought him to such stages as Carnegie Hall, NewYork, Chicago Symphony Hall, Annahiem Convention Centre Los Angeles, National Concert Hall Dublin, The Paul VI Auditorium at the Vatican, The White House and many of the world’s sacred sites. Liam has recorded a number of TV specials and his works have been narrated by such greats as Gregory Peck, Frank Mc Court, Joan Cusack, John Malkovitch and Mick Lally of the Abbey theatre in Dublin.

Liam’s second book The Hope Prayer ~ a book of poetic reflections became a best seller in 2010/11 in Ireland. Recently he was one of the people invited to perform at the International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin, singing his own compositions before a live audience of 75,000 people and a Televised audience of 200 million. Liam is a Roman Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin south of Dublin. He has continued to hold the position of Director of Sacred Music in his Diocese. He resides in Carlow, Ireland.

- See more at: http://www.liamlawton.com/?page_id=37#sthash.FWqRMHfF.dpuf

 

Liam Lawton has been composing and performing for over twenty years. His niche is his own brand of sacred and inspirational music, which has become repertoire for choirs and individuals throughout the world.

He has recorded 14 collections to date with a number of them achieving platinum status. A number of artists at home and abroad have recorded his material and his liturgical works have translated into many languages including Swedish, French, German, and Irish. Liam publishes with GIA Publications, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois, one of the major liturgical music publishers in the United States. His music has been performed for many state occasions in Ireland the United Kingdom, and the United States.

His work and performances have brought him to such stages as Carnegie Hall, Chicago Symphony Hall, Anaheim Convention Centre, National Concert Hall Dublin, The Paul VI Auditorium at the Vatican, The White House, and many of the world’s sacred sites.

Liam has recorded a number of TV specials and his works have been narrated by such greats as Gregory Peck, Frank McCourt, Joan Cusack, John Malkovitch, and Mick Lally of the Abbey theatre in Dublin.

Liam’s second book The Hope Prayer—a book of poetic reflections—became a best seller in 2010 in Ireland. Recently he was one of the people invited to perform at the International Eucharistic Congress held in Dublin, singing his own compositions before a live audience of 75,000 people and a Televised audience of 200 million. Liam is a Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin south of Dublin. He has continued to hold the position of Director of Sacred Music in his Diocese. He resides in Carlow, Ireland.

 

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