The historic church, located in Dublin, was the group's first concert during its Olympics trip.
The William Tennent Madrigals made their first concert appearance on Aug. 4 during the group's trek through Ireland and the United Kingdom for the London Olympics. The posted video shows the choir kicking off the performance at St. Patrick's Cathedral with "Non Nobis Domine." Anybody interested in following the Madrigals' progress on the trip should check this site out, which has photo slideshows and an updated blog. The group also performed Sunday night at the Royal College of Music in London and at noon today at Canterbury Cathedral. Their final performance is Wednesday at Southwark Cathedral at 3:45 p.m.
For the past few days we've been asking you Olympic-related trivia to see how well you know the Games. Get the answers and see how much you know.
Monday, July 30, 2012
From Michael Phelps winning eight gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics to Nadia Comăneci receiving the first perfect 10 in 1976, there have been several unforgettable moments in Olympic history. Patch celebrated the start of the games by posting Olympic trivia questions last week. The answers are posted below. Round 1 Answers: 1. Which team leads all other teams in the Opening Ceremony procession? 2. The Games were not held in which of the following years? 3. How did the Olympic flame arrive in England for the 2012 Games? 4. What contest of team strength was an official Olympic event from 1900 to 1920? 5. Which of these is no longer an Olympic event? Round 2 Answers: 1. Which country has won at least one gold medal in every Summer…