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Eoin Hynes

IMG_0886_smalEoin Hynes is a music graduate of N.U.I. Maynooth and D.I.T Conservatory of Music and Drama. He studied voice with Emmanuel Lawler. While a student at D.I.T Eoin won the Louis Ely O’Carroll Conservatory Gold Medal on two occasions, the Lieder Cup, French Song, La Scala, and the Ruth Mervyn Cup. A multiple prize winner at Dublin Feis Ceoil, winning the William T. Watt Trophy for tenor solo, the Count John Mc Cormack Cup, the Joseph O’ Mara Cup for Opera aria, Nancy Calthorpe Cup for French Song, and Dermot Troy Trophy for Oratorio.
Eoin is an alumnus artist with Opera Theatre Company. He toured with their production of The Magic Flute performing the roles of First Priest, First Armed Man, Slave, and covered Tamino. He also performed the role of Narrator from Bach’s Coffee Cantata with OTC celebrating European Opera Days. He has taken part in masterclasses with Ann Murray, Dennis O’Neill, Robert Dean, Orla Boylan, Sir Thomas Allen, and Oliver Mears.
His Oratorio experience is extensive and includes: Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, Missa Brevis in D, Coronation Mass, Missa in C major, C Minor Mass, Saint-Saëns Oratorio de Noël, Gounod’s Messe Solennelle de Sainte Cécile, Haydn’s Missa Cellensis, Bach’s Magnificat, Actus Tragicus Cantata No.106, Dvorák’s Mass in D, Dvorák’s Requiem, Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, the Irish Premiere of Patrick Cassidy’s Famine Remembrance with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy with the RTÉ NSO, and toured with the Irish Baroque Orchestra performing Bach and Telemann Cantatas.
Opera performances include the role of Satayvan from Gustav Holst’s Savitri, excerpts from Faust and Lucia di Lammermoor with Monica Loughman’s Masterpieces of World Opera and Ballet at the National Concert Hall Dublin. The role of Squire from Thomas Arne’s Thomas and Sally with Opera Antiqua Dublin, and scenes from Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Cosí Fan Tutte.
Upcoming engagements include Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, Haydn’s Stabat Mater, and Bach’s Magnificat