Church of Ireland,
Niamh will be joined by Anna Houston, cello, Lorraine Howley, flute and Maija Kravala, piano.
Niamh Crowley attended the Royal Irish Academy of Music and then continued her studies at the Royal College of Music, London graduating with a first class honours degree and subsequently a postgraduate in performance as a Senior Exhibitioner and holder of the Beckwith Music Scholarship. She was awarded the centenary Tagore Gold Medal for the most outstanding student at the College.
Niamh performs regularly with Barry Douglas as a member of Camerata Ireland including tours of North and South America, Russia, China and throughout Europe. They also played for the Queen on her recent visit to Ireland. Niamh has a busy freelance career performing with Michael Bublé, Andrea Bocelli, José Carerras, Westlife, Sinead O’Connor, Il Divo and Colm Wilkinson to name but a few. She also works with the National Symphony Orchestra, RTE Concert Orchestra, Irish Chamber Orchestra and many other ensembles nationwide.
She is an experienced recitalist and has performed concerti with many orchestras including Tchaikovsky and Bruch Violin Concertos with the RTE Concert Orchestra. She has toured extensively with the European Union Youth Orchestra and has worked with the London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
She has been involved in musicals throughout the country from a very early age and has worked as musical director for many shows since 1999 and currently enjoys this role with The Fun Company Sligo.
Niamh performed a specially commissioned piece for Prince Charles’ historic visit to Sligo on his recent state visit to Sligo. As a member of the internationally acclaimed West Ocean String Quartet, She has performed worldwide including the Royal Albert Hall for Michael D Higgins’ state visit to the UK.