July 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
Entrance Hall
Celbridge, Co. Kildare

On July 20th Eoin Hynes, Tenor will perform accompanied by Siobhan Kilkenny on piano. A glass of processo in included in your booking fee. Making an Entrance, young artists perform in the serene setting of the entrance hall.

Hailing from Co. Galway, Eoin Hynes is an honours music graduate from N.U.I Maynooth and D.I.T Conservatory of Music and Drama. Eoin sang in the very successful performance of Handel’s Messiah in Castletown in April 2018. His repertoire in ‘Making an Entrance’ will include works by Donazetti, Handel, works by Irish composers, such as Bernadette Marmion, as well as the much-loved, ‘Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears’.

Eoin trained with Tenor Emmanuel Lawler and repetiteur Trudi Carberry. A multiple prizewinner of Dublin Feis Ceoil, including the Prestgious John McCormack Cup. A Young Associate Artist Alumni with Opera Theatre Company (2011-2012) Internationally, he has performed in Germany, U.K, Vienna, Azerbaijan. In 2016, he won joint first in a competition called The Soloist performing with the acclaimed Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland for their Peace Proms U.K/Ireland Tour. He has also performed as soloist with the RTÉ NSO and RTÉ CO. Recent engagements: the role of Freddy Eynsford-Hill with the R&R Musical Society, My Fair Lady at NCH, Messiah (Soloist) with Maynooth University Choral Society, Messiah (Soloist) Castletown House. Eoin is looking forward to the release of his Debut Album.