Amsterdam based Irish soprano Amy Ní Fhearraigh is an alumna of the Irish National Opera Studio 2018/19.
In February 2020 Amy made her role debut as Gretel in Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel with Irish National Opera (INO) where OperaKey praised that “her vocal skill and precision was obvious”.
Operatic roles include Rosemary, Least Like the Other, Hannah (cover), The Second Violinist, Pamina (cover) and Papagena, Die Zauberflöte (Irish National Opera), Susanna (cover) and Barbarina Le nozze di Figaro (Irish National Opera), Mrs. Julian, Owen Wingrave (Opera Collective Ireland) Frasquita, Carmen (Lyric Opera Productions) Suor Genovieffa, Suor Angelica (Dublin Opera Studio) Susanna, Susanna G.F Handel, Drusilla, l’Incoronazione di Poppea (DIT Opera Ensemble) Lucinde, Armide Gluck (The Yorke Trust).
She made her RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra debut in a live broadcast on Lorcan Murray’s
Classic Drive on RTÉ lyric fm and has since performed with them in the National Concert Hall, Dublin, in December 2019 under John Finucane. She has performed in the annual Glasthule Opera Gala under David Brophy, in the Cahersiveen Festival of Music and the Arts with the INO Orchestra conducted by Killian Farrell, in the Cork Midsummer Festival with Dumblworld Ltd and Junk Ensemble, with the Wexford Sinfonia in the National Opera House, Wexford, and with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra on the main stage of the National Concert Hall, Dublin.
A prominent singer within the Irish contemporary music scene, she has performed multiple works composed by Brian Irvine, Nick Roth, Michael Gallan, and David Coonan. She recently performed in the critically acclaimed This Hostel Life by Evangelia Rigaki (Irish National Opera)
Upcoming performances include a guest performance with Tara Erraught in her concert, Mezzo Masterpieces (Irish National Opera) in November, and playing the role of Amy in David Coonan’s short opera verballing as part of Irish National Opera’s 20 Shots of Opera series in December.
In 2021 Amy looks forward to making her company and role debut as Donna Anna in a touring production of Don Giovanni with Ulster Touring Opera under Richard Pierson.