Sinead Hayes, Galway-born conductor, on. . .
. . . getting into orchestras
I came via a circuitous route. I was an engineer, but I had trained in violin and piano to a high level. When I was living in London I was playing with amateur orchestras, and I came across an advert for a conducting course in Morley College. I remember so well the first time I stood in front of the orchestra. This whole world opened up to...
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