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Ailish Tynan
16 February 2019

Ailish Tynan makes her debut with the Netherlands Philharmonic

Ailish Tynan makes her debut with the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra as Una poenitentium in Mahler's Eighth Symphony and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. 

The performances on 23 and 24 February are a highlight of the orchestras 2018/19 season, and are conducted by their Chief Conductor, Marc Albrecht.

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11 February 2019

Home Sweet Home at Wigmore Hall

Ailish Tynan returns to Wigmore Hall for tthier Learning Gala Concert: Home Sweet Home ashe central celebration of this year’s Wigmore Hall Learning festival, Sense of Home. The programme is multi-themed and includes a selection of songs from Germany, the UK and the USA.

Ailish is joined for this concert,on Monday 18 February, by baritone Benjamin Appl and pianist Iain Burnside.

The Sense of Home Festival celebrates the diverse and multicultural melting pot that is London and the borough of Westminster, reflecting on Wigmore Hall as a place many call home and invites audiences to explore what ‘home’ means to them.

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17 January 2019

Celebrating January at Wigmore Hall

Ailish Tynan returns to Wigmore Hall for a programme of January red letter days - the birthdays of ten composers, five poets, and two great songs, and the deaths of two composers and nine poets. In this programme, devised by Graham Johnson, Ailish performs works by Britten, Wolf and Delibes and others.

Ailish is joined by mezzo-soprano Anna Huntley, baritone Benjamin Appl, bass William Thomas, pianist Graham Johnson, and actor Shalisha James-Davis.

The recital takes place on 24 January.

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11 January 2019

Ailish Tynan performs at Music for Galway's Midwinter Festival

Ailish Tynan performs at Music for Galway's Midwinter Festival - Swansong 'Intimations of Mortality'. She will appear in three concerts over the weekend with pianist Finghn Collins, clarinettist Michael Collins and the Contempo Quartet.

She will sings works written by composers towards the end of their lives, including Strauss Vier letzte lieder, Schubert Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, and Chausson Chanson Perpétuelle

The concerts take place at Town Hall Theatre in Galway from 18 to 20 January.

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20 December 2018

Ailish Tynan performs Viennese Galas with the Manchester Camerata and RSNO

Ailish Tynan performs a series of Viennese Galas to celebrate the New Year. She joins the Manchester Camerata for a concert on New Year's Day, conducted by Hollie Mathieson. The following week she travels further north for three concerts with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by Stephen Bell.

Manchester Camerata
1 January at Bridgwater Hall, Manchester

Royal Scottish National Orchestra
10 - 12 January in Inverness, Dunfermline and Langholm

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4 December 2018

Ailish Tynan performs Schumann, Schubert and Spohr in Leeds

Ailish Tynan performs a programme of Schumann, Sphor and Schubert, including Die Hirt auf dem Felsen, in a recital as part of the Leeds International Concert Series. She is joined by pianist, Sam Haywood, and Clarinettist, Katherine Spencer.

The performance on 11 December takes place at The Venue, Leeds College of Music and will be recorded for deferred broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in January 2019.

Click here to see a video of Ailish singing Der Hirt auf dem Felsen at Wigmore Hall.

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