Rossini: Petite messe solennelle
Jubilate Choir, conducted by Amy Ryan, will perform Rossini: Petite messe solennelle on Saturday 18th May at 6pm in St Ann's Church Dawson Street. For this performance the choir will be joined by Sandra Oman – Soprano, Martha Bredin – Alto, Owen Gilhooly – Tenor and Brendan Collins – Bass with Tristan Russcher on piano and David O'Shea on the harmonium.
The choir comprises 45 experienced choristers from all over Dublin, and has performed regularly since it was founded in 2010. Its busy schedule has included performances by Mozart, Britten, Bach, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Duruffle, Faure and Brahms.
Amy Ryan, the musical director, following her undergraduate degree at the Cork School of Music, studied at the Kodaly Institute of the Liszt Academy of Music, Hungary, earning a Master's degree and Advanced Diploma (distinction) in Music Education and Choral Conducting respectively. She currently lectures in Music at Trinity College, Dublin and at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. She is in demand as a choral conductor and workshop facilitator. She also conducts the UCD Philharmonic Choir, award-winning chamber choir Cuore, and Cor Dhuibhlinne. She has performed throughout Europe and the United States as a cellist and flautist and regularly teaches Musicianship and Choral Conducting on the Kodaly Society of Ireland's summer programmes.
Published on 30 April 2019