Monday May 25, 2020

Feis Ceoil returns for an inspirational fortnight

There is hardly an Irish singer or musician who has not stepped onto the first rung of a career ladder via this annual competition for aspiring young talent

31st March, 2019
Ines Wernect, Becky Corcoran, Julianna Odubajo and Daniel Partridge of the Perfect Fourth Quartet, launch the 2019 Feis Ceoil at the bandstand on Dún Laoghaire Pier Pic:Photocall

The Feis Ceoil is where it all begins. There is hardly an Irish singer or musician who has not stepped onto the first rung of a career ladder via this annual competition for aspiring young talent.

The Feis is, in fact, an Irish institution that is famous worldwide for the nurturing of musicianship through the competitive edge it brings to practically every instrument – including the human voice.

John McCormack is, of course, the name...

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