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While Roses from around the world were strutting their stuff in Tralee last week, it was a young Tralee woman who was the toast of Seattle on the west coast of the United States.

26th August, 2006

While Roses from around the world were strutting their stuff in Tralee last week, it was a young Tralee woman who was the toast of Seattle on the west coast of the United States.

Miriam Murphy was co-winner of the world’s first Wagner Operatic Competition in the McCaw Hall, one of the world’s leading Wagnerian centres. Her stunning performance, according to the music critic in The Seattle Times ‘‘astonished listeners with the tremendous force and...

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