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Owen Gilhooly
6 October 2018

Owen Gilhooly performs in The Nightingale and the Rose

Owen Gilhooly performs the Sun in the world premiere of John O'Brien's The Nightingale and the Roseinspired by Oscar Wilde’s timeless story. The production is directed by John O'Brien and directed by Anna Tilbrook. 

Performances take place on tour from 13 to 27 October 2018.

19 March 2018

Bach, Rossini and Beethoven

We have a busy choral weekend with a number of artists performing with three different choral societies.

Oxford Harmonic Choir - Beethoven Missa Solemnis - Miranda Westcott, Owen Gilhooly

St Asaph Choral Society - Rossini Petite messe solennelle - Sarah Redgwick, Olivia Ray, Robyn Lyn Evans, Philip Smith

York Musical Society - Bach St Matthew Passion - Ben Thapa

27 January 2017

Owen Gilhooly performs Jenkins' The Armed Man

Owen Gilhooly performs Jenkins The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra at the National Concert Hall on 3 February.

He joins the Dun Laoghaire Choral Society, Cor Mhaigheo and mezzo-soprano Anne Marie Gibbons, for the concert conducted by David Brophy.

2 December 2016

Owen Gilhooly performs with the Irish Baroque Orchestra

Owen Gilhooly performs Handel's Messiah with the Irish Baroque Orchestra at venues across Ireland from 8 - 10 December, lead by their director Monica Huggett and the Resurgam Choir.

Performances take place in Cork (8), Dublin (9) and Galway (10)

5 October 2016

Owen Gilhooly performs in Carmen at the National Concert Hall

Owen Gilhooly performs in Le Remendado in Carmen in Dublin for Lyric Opera. The new production is directed by Vivan Coates and conducted by Anthony Negus.

Performances take place at the National Concert Hall in Dublin on 15, 16, 18 October.

25 March 2016

Owen Gilhooly performs the Mozart Requiem

As part of the commemorations of the 1916 Easter Rising, Owen Gilhooly performs the Mozart Requiem with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and Chamber Choir Ireland, conducted by John Wilson.

The concert takes place at mid-day on 28 March and will be broadcast live RTÉ lyric fm.

For further information visit the RTÉ 1916 Reflecting the Rising website.