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Sundays@Noon Concert Series

Available Online Now

As part of their 'Sundays@Noon' 2021 series, Amy Ní Fhearraigh performs a song recital of lush, romantic favourites by Sibelius, Grieg and Strauss with Niall Kinsella (piano), in the stunning Sculpture Hall of Dublin's Hugh Lane Gallery. 

The concert will be broadcast from the Hugh Lane Gallery Facebook and YouTube pages.

Sibelius Op. 36 no. 1, 4 & 6

Grieg, Sechs Lieder, Op. 48 

Strauss Op. 21 no. 1. Op. 10 no. 1, 3 & 8. Vier Lieder, Op. 27 

BVOF  'Access All Arias'

Throughout Early 2021

Blackwater Valley Opera Festival have produced an online series of opera arias and duets to go alongside their release of John F Larchet Remembered. Featuring Amy Ní Fhearraigh (soprano), Raphaela Mangan (mezzo), Gavan Ring (tenor) and Niall Kinsella (piano). 


Available Online Now

Performing in the short opera verballing by composer David Coonan and librettist Dylan Coburn-Gray as part of the biggest single-event commissioning project in Irish musical history, 20 Shots of Opera, with Irish National Opera. Available online.


November 2021

A finalist for the Fedora Platform 2021 Awards, Elsewhere is based on the story of the world’s first Soviet commune outside the USSR, which existed for eleven days in the lunatic asylum of Monaghan town in Ireland in 1919. In a colourful and groundbreaking new opera by award-winning Irish composer, Michael Gallan,  historical events unfold through the visions of a patient named Celine, who despite the passage of time remains “locked in” to the moment of the Soviet.

Don Giovanni

Spring 2022

Amy makes her role and company debut as Donna Anna in a touring production of Don Giovanni with Ulster Touring Opera, under Richard Pierson.