"Sinéad Campbell-Wallace brought a purity of voice and presentation to Micaela"
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Having started her career as a light-lyric soprano, Sinéad subsequently moved into more dramatic repertoire. Sinéad covered the title role in Ariadne auf Naxos for Scottish Opera last season, and will return for title role Tosca. Recent roles have included Agathe Der Freischütz in Regensburg and Helmwige in a concert performance of Die Walküre with the London Philharmonic Orchestra (Vladimir Jurowski). She can be heard regularly with the RTE National Symphony & Concert Orchestras in Ireland.
Following a successful career as an acclaimed light-lyric soprano, Sinéad has recently made the exciting transition into fuller dramatic repertoire. Recent engagements saw her covering the title role in Ariadne auf Naxos for Scottish Opera and appearing in concerts with the RTE Concert Orchestra in Galway and Dublin.
Sinéad made a critically acclaimed debut with Opera Northern Ireland in Radamisto ‘Sinéad Campbell Wallace, the evening’s most sumptuous and rounded voice’…’a wonderful impassioned performance’ and Carmen with Cork Opera House ‘Soprano Sinéad Campbell Wallace brought a purity of voice and presentation to Micaela’ as well as a widely praised return to Opera Theatre Company in the role of Musetta in La Bohème. At the National Concert Hall, she reprised the role of Micaela with Lyric Opera, sang excerpts from La Forza del Destino and Otello in their Verdi Gala, and with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra she performed works by Richard Strauss and Beethoven, as well as a live radio broadcast of Puccini arias.
In concert, Sinéad has given lieder recitals at both the National Opera House and Concert Hall. She performed Rossini’s Stabat Mater with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, with pianist Philip Thomas at the University Concert Hall, Limerick, and in Wexford Festival Opera’s concert series.
Earlier in her career, Sinéad worked extensively with conductor Christian Curnyn Oriana Amadigi, Galatea Acis and Galatea, Angelica Orlando, Drusilla L’Incoronazione di Poppea, Alcina, Flavi Eliogabalo and Hypsipyle Giasone. She has also collaborated with Martyn Brabbins, John Fulljames, Ian Page, Jonathan Cohen, David Fielding, Annilese Miskimmon, Olivia Fuchs, Netia Jones, Neil Bartlett, Paulo Arrivabene and David Agler among others.
She has also performed the following roles in Dublin: Pamina Die Zauberflöte, Countess Le Nozze di Figaro, Donna Elvira Don Giovanni, title role Alcina, Violetta La Traviata, Mimi La Boheme and Micaela Carmen. She also sang Inez Die drei Pintos, Monica The Medium, Antonia Les Contes d’Hoffmann and Princess Transformations for Wexford Festival Opera. Roles in the UK have included Anne Truelove The Rake’s Progress (Garsington Opera and at Aldeburgh), Giulietta I Capuleti e I Montecchi (Grange Park Opera/Nevill Holt Opera), Venere Ascanio in Alba (Classical Opera Company), Hypsipyle Giasone (Iford Arts) and Micaela Carmen (English Touring Opera)
Sinead has also appeared in recital at the Wigmore Hall and many prestigious recital venues in the UK and Ireland.
Engagements in 2018/2019 include Proms Concerts with the RTE Concert Orchestra, Isabella Una cosa rara and Miss Mary Lloyd Die Herzogin von Chicago for Regensburg Theater, Helmwige Die Walküre (Jurowski) with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Countess Le Nozze di Figaro at Cork Opera House and Agathe Der Freischütz at Regensburg Theater. Subsequent engagements include title role Tosca in Regensburg, Sylvia in a concert performance of Mascagni’s Zanetto and title role Tosca for Scottish Opera and Zelika in a concert performance of Stanford’s The Veiled Prophet of Khorassan for Wexford Festival Opera.
Sinéad Campbell-Wallace is a graduate of the DIT conservatory of Music and Drama, the National Opera Studio and the Britten-Pears young artist programme.
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