Share our passion for musical performance as we showcase the treasure trove of current talent at student level with our audiences online from our home on Westland Row and our “home from home” the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI).
We look forward to delivering a rich output of online concerts, masterclasses, education and outreach projects which will visibly place our students and staff on the online performance platform, and reinforce our passionate commitment to nurturing and developing talent and ambition.
2020 Irené Sandford Award for Singers
Wednesday, 25 November, 2020 at 7.00 pm (Semi-Final)
Thursday, 26 November, 2020 at 7.00 pm (Final)
Commemorating the much-loved singer and former Head of Vocal Studies at the RIAM, Irené Sandford, the annual bursary of €2,000 is generously donated by her husband, Billy Reid, in addition to a number of other prizes supported by her family, friends and donors.
We look forward to having the pleasure of your company as together we experience an impressive pool of talented singers currently studying at the RIAM compete for the coveted 2020 Irenè Sandford Award.
Singing in the Semi-Final:
Aimee Kearney (soprano)
Ellen Kelly (mezzo-soprano)
Louise Florence (soprano)
Megan O'Neill (soprano)
Madeline Judge (mezzo-soprano)
Aimee Banks (soprano)
Rachel Conaghan (mezzo-soprano)
Anna-Helena Maclachlan (mezzo-soprano)
Aimée-Rose Willett (soprano)
Aebh Kelly (mezzo-soprano)
Cerys MacAllister (soprano)
Hannah O'Brien (soprano)
Previously on RIAM Live
Lucien & Maura Teissier Scholarship for Pianists 20 October 2020
Gender in Orchestral Leadership Workshop 16 October 2020
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