Tuesday June 2, 2020

Classical Notes: Young opera talents bloom at Killruddery

Concerts offer chance to see the very best of Ireland’s young upcoming stars

3rd July, 2016
Gemma Ní Bhriain: an exciting newcomer

Whatever about the darling buds of May, there can be few more darling afternoons in the summer concert season than the budding stars of opera in July at Killruddery House.

This annual event of two Sunday afternoon concerts (July 10 and July 24) at the venerable estate near Greystones in Co Wicklow, has been a major pillar in fundraising efforts for the Veronica Dunne International Singing Competition.

These much-awaited concerts have traditionally been on a triennial basis,...

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