The songs of Ina Boyle, probably Ireland’s most outstanding female composer of the early 20th century, are showcased by soprano Colette Delahunt and pianist Catriona McElhinney Grimes in a National Concert Hall lunchtime concert on Friday next (June 28).
The reputation of the long-neglected artist, whose full name was Selina Adelaide Philippa Boyle, has been deservedly restored in recent years, particularly during the NCH’s Composing The Island anniversary festival in 2016.
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