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First Person: Soprano Claudia Boyle

Up close and personal with one of Ireland's leading singers

30th August, 2015
Soprano Claudia Boyle from Dublin Picture: Feargal Ward

Dubliner Claudia Boyle is one of Ireland’s leading sopranos. Having completed a degree in cello at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, she discovered she preferred singing and went on to do a Master’s in voice. Earlier this month, she appeared in the world premiere of The Last Hotel, directed by playwright Enda Walsh and with an original score by Donnacha Dennehy, at the Edinburgh Festival. She will be performing it as part of the...

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