Dublin soprano Anna Devin is one of our brightest young talents whose singing engagements at home are scarce enough, due to a burgeoning operatic and concert career across Britain and the continent.
Certainly her National Concert Hall performance earlier in the year with the RTE Symphony Orchestra, when she sang Samuel Barber’s whimsical and nostalgia-soaked Knoxville: Summer of 1915, left a deeply satisfying impression of a singer whose emerging maturity has benefited from added vocal...
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