Mid-Summer Songs – Amy Ní Fhearraigh & David Hughes

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Mid-Summer Songs – Amy Ní Fhearraigh & David Hughes

Farmleigh House, Saturday 22nd June 2019

Mid-Summer Songs with Amy Ní Fhearraigh (soprano) & David Howes (bass-baritone), accompanied by Aoife O'Sullivan (piano). Join Amy and David this mid-summer Saturday for a feast of light-hearted and uplifting songs from the best-known operas and composers.

Amy Ní Fhearraigh graduated from the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama with first class honours and is one of four Young Artists in Irish National Opera's 2018-2019 Studio. She made her RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra debut in a live broadcast on Lorcan Murray's Classic Drive on RTÉ lyric fm. She has performed in the annual Glasthule Opera Gala under David Brophy, for the inaugural Rising Stars Concert in the University Concert Hall, and the Cahersiveen Festival of Music and the Arts with the INO Orchestra conducted by Killian Farrell.

David Howes is a Bass-Baritone from Limerick, where he began his studies with Olive Cowpar. He now studies with Robert Dean and is a graduate of the distinguished Young Artist Programme with Northern Ireland Opera. In opera, David has had the honour of premiering the roles of Jack and Flynn in the world premiere of Andrew Synott's Dubliners and also “Rose” in John O Brien's Nightingale and The Rose.


Date:
Saturday 22nd June 2019
Time:
3.00pm - 4.00pm
Price:
€12.50 | €15.00
Address:
Farmleigh House, White's Road, Phoenix Park, Dublin 15, Ireland

Google Map of Farmleigh House, White's Road, Phoenix Park, Dublin 15, Ireland

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