NI Opera

Linenopolis The Opera – Sat 23rd Aug

Rosemary Street Recital with Aoife Miskelly and Jamie Rock – Wednesday 20th August, 1.15pm

Belfast born soprano Aoife Miskelly will perform in a recital at the First Presbyterian Church on Rosemary Street, Belfast, this Wednesday with Irish baritone Jamie Rock. Aoife has performed in a number of NI Opera shows including Hansel and Gretel and The Importance of Being Earnest, and after singing the role of Pamina in our upcoming production of The Magic Flute she will join the Cologne Opera House as an ensemble member where her roles will include: Despina, Harey (Solaris by Detlev Glanert), Valencienne (Die lustige Witwe), Papagena, Eliza Dolittle (My Fair Lady) at the Royal Opera House Muskat, Servilia (La Clemenza di Tito) and Frasquita in Carmen.

Lunchtime recitals in the First Presbyterian Church on Rosemary Street are a well-established feature in the social and cultural calendar of Belfast. The policy of the committee is to give a platform for young Irish musicians who hope to pursue a career in music. They also hope to provide the opportunity for busy city centre workers, shoppers, tourists and music lovers to relax in the beautiful eighteenth century building and enjoy good music throughout the summer.

Admission to all recitals is free and a retiring collection to cover expenses will be available in the Church entrance hall (for directions check out http://www.nspresbyterian.org/churches/church05/churchdetail.htm)

Rosemary Street Recital with Sinéad O’Kelly, Sarah Richmond and Richard Shaffrey – Wednesday 6th August, 1.15pm

NI Opera Voice of 2013 Sinéad O’Kelly will perform in a recital at the First Presbyterian Church on Rosemary Street, Belfast, on Wednesday 6th August at 1.15pm. Sinéad will be joined by NI Opera’s Young Artists Sarah Richmond and Richard Shaffrey and accompanied by Donal McCrisken, performing pieces by Donizetti, Mozart, Bellini and Britten.

Lunchtime recitals in the First Presbyterian Church on Rosemary Street are a well-established feature in the social and cultural calendar of Belfast. The policy of the committee is to give a platform for young Irish musicians who hope to pursue a career in music. They also hope to provide the opportunity for busy city centre workers, shoppers, tourists and music lovers to relax in the beautiful eighteenth century building and enjoy good music throughout the summer.

Other recitals in the series include:

August 13th: Miriam Kaczor, Flute and Luliu Teodor Radu, Piano

August 20th: Aoife Miskelly, Soprano; Jamie Rock, Baritone; Peter Wilkinson, Piano

Admission to all recitals is free and a retiring collection to cover expenses will be available in the Church entrance hall (for directions check out http://www.nspresbyterian.org/churches/church05/churchdetail.htm)

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