One of the world's oldest styles of religious music is attracting a host of new enthusiasts
Gregorian chant is usually associated with monks in monasteries, but it's being heard more often now in regular services.
Its growing popularity brought 70 representatives of choirs from Northern Ireland to a chanting workshop in the Dominican Convent in west Belfast.
The college chapel became a study for a day as experts passed on advice on how best to perform the ancient melodies.
Principal tutor Donal McCrisken said Gregorian chant was an excellent medium for vocal training...