Owen Gilhooly

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Owen Gilhooly studied with Jean Holmes at the Limerick School of Music and subsequently at the Royal College of Music and National Opera Studio. He made his Royal Opera House debut singing Fauré Requiem for the Royal Ballet and in 2007 represented Ireland at BBC Cardiff Singer of the World.

Having had a significant career as a high baritone, his voice has now developed into the tenor range with focus on lyric repertoire including Macduff Macbeth, Don José Carmen, Lensky Eugene Onegin, Cavaradossi Tosca. He is currently pursuing Doctoral studies at the Royal Irish Academy of Music where he was recently appointed to the Vocal Faculty.

Recent performances include Robert in the world premiere of Luke Bedford’s Through his Teeth (Royal Opera House Covent Garden); Emilio Il cappello di pagila di Firenze (Wexford Festival Opera); Escamillo Carmen (Opera Theatre Company); Valentin Faust (Everyman Theatre, Cork) and Beethoven's Christus am Olberge in Spain with Camerata Ireland.

He has appeared in principal roles with Opera Ireland, Opera Theatre Company, English Touring Opera, Lyric Opera, Scottish Opera, Opera North, The Opera Group and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. He has made frequent appearances at Wexford Festival Opera, Lismore Music Festival, Buxton Festival Opera, Les Azuriales Opera and Musikverkstatt Wien.

In concert, Owen has performed with both national and international orchestras, including the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestras and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, with whom works have included - Berlioz L'enfance du Christ and The Bridegroom The Vanishing Bridegroom, Bill Bobstay HMS Pinafore and Konecký Osud at the BBC Proms.

Owen made his operatic tenor debut as Borsa Rigoletto for Opera Theatre Company. 

Recent appearances include Mozart Requiem, Jenkins The Armed Man RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Mozart Requiem Culwick Choral Society, Mozart Mass in C Minor Carlow Choral SocietyLensky Eugene Onegin, A Nations Song 1916-2016, Military Bands of the Defence Forces, the world premiere of the new opera The Nightingale and the Rose, El Rememdado Carmen, Messiah with the Irish Baroque Orchestra & Verdi Requiem at the Cork International Choral Festival.

Recent & future performances include Gaston La Traviata for Lyric Opera Productions, a return to the National Concert Hall with Irish Songmakers for 'Songs of a Gypsy Life' featuring music by Brhams, Dvorak and Haydn. Beethoven Missa Solemnis with Oxford Harmonic Choir, An Opera Gala at St John's Smith Square for Irish Heritage, the opening gala of The Cork International Choral Festival 2018 and Sun in the world Premiere of The Nightingale and the Rose. 




MARCH 23 1:05pm 



Owen Gilhooly, tenor
Lynda O’Connor, violin
Gerald Peregrine, cello
Niall Kinsella, piano

Friday 23 March 2018, 1:05pm
National Concert Hall, Dublin, John Field Room
Tickets €16 (Concessions €14) / (01) 417 0000

Programme includes:

Brahms: Zigeunerlieder, Op.103
Haydn: “Gypsy” Piano Trio No. 39 in G major, Hob.XV/25
Dvořák: Gypsy Melodies (Cigánské melodie), Op. 55


MARCH 24 7:30pm



Susan Young – soprano
Miranda Westcott – mezzo soprano
Owen Gilhooly – tenor
Richard Wiegold – bass


Conductor: Robert Secret


Oxford Town Hall, Oxford, UK


April 12 2018 7:30

Irish Heritage Opera Gala


Ailish Tynan, soprano

Owen Gilhooly, tenor

Sean Boylan, baritone

and special guest making her London debut:

Sarah Brady, soprano, winner of the 2017 RDS Bursary

7.30pm, St John’s, Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA


April 18 2018 

Cork Choral Festival 

Opening Gala Concert

Mairead Buicke, Soprano

Owen Gilhooly, Tenor

Bands of the Defence Forces

Conductor: Lt Col Mark Armstrong


October 2018

World Premiere

The nightingale and the rose


Owen Gilhooly, Sun

Conductor: John O Brien 


Further Details TBC
































Further Details for 2016/17 will be announced soon!


Archive 2017



february 4 8pm

jenkins: The armed man

Anne Marie Gibbons - Mezzo Soprano

Owen Gilhooly - Tenor

RTÉ Concert Orchestra

Dun Laoghaire Choral Society

Cor Mhaigh Eo

Conductor: David Brophy

National Concert Hall, Dublin

march 26 8pm

mozart: The magic Flute


Queen of the Night – Kim Sheehan

Papageno – Nyle Wolfe

Papagena / First Lady – Majella Cullagh

Monostatos – Owen Gilhooly

Sarastro – Julian Tovey

Pamina – Aoife O’Connell

Second Lady – Kelley Lonergan

Third Lady – Kate Allen

Featuring Cork Opera House Concert Orchestra, Cork Operatic Society

Directed by John O’Brien


April 02 4pm


Soprano: Celine Byrne

Mezzo: Anne Marie Gibbons

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Baritone: Gavan Ring

Maynooth University Choral Society

Director: Dr John O' Keeffe

Maynooth College Chapel


April 26

Cork International Choral Festival opening concert


Soprano: Cara O' Sullivan

Mezzo: Raphaela Mangan

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Bass Baritone: John Molloy


Festival Chorus comprised of East Cork Choral Society, Cór Cois Abhann and Cantairí Mhuscraí

Cork Fleischmann Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Keith Pascoe


June 03

Mozart: Mass in C minor

Details TBC


June 10 8pm

University Concert Hall Limerick Presents

Summer Proms

Military Bands & Pipes of the Defence Forces


Soprano: Mairead Buicke

enor: Owen Gilhooly

Conductor: Lieut. Col. Mark Armstrong



September 22 7:30pm

Culture NIGHT - Ennis


Soprano - Helen Houlihan

Tenor - Owen Gilhooly

Cello - Peyter Sebastian

Piano - Michael Hennessey

St Columbas' Bindon Street


September 29 8pm

Grace & Elegance

Maria Callas 40th Anniversary

Soprano - Mairead Buicke

Tenor - Owen Gilhooly

Piano - Anthony Byrne


Presented by George Fleeton  - The Art & Voice Concert Series


Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray


November 4, 5, 7

La Traviata

Violetta - Claudia Boyle

Alfredo - Alexander James Edwards

Germont - Charles Johnston

Flora - Mihaela Chirvase

Gastone - Owen Gilhooly

Baron - Rory Musgrave

Marchese - Matt Mannion

Annina - Muireann Mulrooney


Lyric Opera Productions

RTÉ Concert Orchestra

Director: Cav Vivian Coates

Conductor: Timothy Burke

National Concert Hall, Dublin





October 15, 16, 18 2016

Bizet: Carmen


Hannah Pedley

Don José   

Julian Hubbard


Yonghoon Heo


Sinéad Campbell


Amy Ni Fhearraige


Mihaele Chirvasse

El Remendado   

Owen Gilhooly

El Dancaïre   

Rory Dunne




Matthew Mannion

Lillas Pastia   

Sean Corcoran


Lyric Opera Productions

National Concert Hall, Dublin




Drogheda international concert Series

Soprano's: Aoife Gibney, Amy Ni Fhearraigh

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Baritone: Gavan Ring

Accompanist: Aoife O'Sullivan


December 9, 10, 11

Handel: Messiah

Soprano: Catherine Crompton

Alto: Raphaela Mangan

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly 

Bass: Tristan Hamilton


Director: Monica Huggett

Irish Baroque Orchestra

8th Triskel Arts Centre, Cork

9th Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin

10th Galway Cathedral


Cork Opera House Christmas Concert

Soprano: Mary Hegarty

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Vocalist: Gemma Sugrue


Directed & Conducted by John O’ Brien
Presented by Evelyn Grant

The Cork Opera Concert Orchestra
Cork Operatic Society Chorus

Choir of Regina Mundi College
Cór Bunscoil Chríost Rí




AUGUST 13TH 2016


Soprano: Virginia Kerr

Mezzo: Raphael Mangan

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Bass-Baritone: John Molloy


Musical Director: Andrew Synnott 


Antrim Castle Gardens

Clotworthy Arts Centre, Antrim. 


AUGUST 25TH 2016


Onegin: Simon Morgan

Tatyana: Sandra Oman

Lensky: Owen Gilhooly

Olga: Liz Ryan


Musical Director: David Wray

Opera in the Open

The Amphitheatre

Wood Quay, Dublin 






Soprano: Cara O'Sullivan

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Everyman Theatre, Cork


Further Details TBC



Opera Gala - Glasthule Opera

Soprano - Jennifer Davies

Mezzo - Kate Allen

Tenor - Owen Gilhooly

Bass Baritone - John Molloy


Accompanist - Mairead Hurley

Pavillion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire

March 12th, 13th 2016, 19:30

'To Light, Freedom & Song'

A concert of Thomas Moore’s songs of Rising and Rebellion
commemorating the 1916 Easter Rising.

Saturday 12th March 2016, 7:30pm
St Finian’s Lutherhaus, 24 Adelaide Road, Dublin 2
(Opposite the Royal Eye and Ear Hospital)

Sunday 13th March 2016, 7:30pm
Carlingford Heritage Centre, Co. Louth
Phone: +353 (0) 42 9373454

Sinéad Ní Mhurchú - Soprano

Raphaela Managan - Mezzo

Owen Gilhooly - Tenor

Niall Kinsella - Piano

Tickets €15
Concessions (Student/OAP) €12


March 19th 2016, 19:30

Dvorak: The Spectre’s Bride

Susan Young – Soprano

Owen Gilhooly – Tenor

Philip Smith – Baritone


Oxford Harmonic Choir

Orchestra of Stowe Opera

Conductor: Robert Secret


Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford


MARCH 28TH 2016


Soprano: Maíre Flavin

Mezzo: Rachel Kelly

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Bass-Baritone: Padraic Rowan

Conductor: John Wilson

RTÉ Concert Orchestra

Chamber Choir Ireland


MAY 8TH 2016


Soprano: Claudia Boyle

Mezzo: Anne Marie Gibbons

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Baritone: Gavan Ring

Conductor: Bernie Sherlock

Culwick Choral Society

National Concert Hall, Dublin


MAY 14TH 2016, 20:00


Jenkins: The Armed Man

Cassidy: Vide cor meum


Ann Marie Gibbons – Mezzo Soprano

Owen Gilhooly – Tenor


RTÉ Concert Orchestra

Conductor: David Brophy

Knock Basilica, Knock, Co. Mayo


MAY 21ST 2016

A NATIONS SONG 1916-2016

Mairead Buicke – Soprano

Owen Gilhooly – Tenor

Padraic Keane - Pipes

Pipe Irish World Academy Choir


Military and Pipe Bands of the Defence Forces

Conductor: Lt. Col. Mark Armstrong


University Concert Hall, Limerick



JUNE 11TH 2016

Marine Institue Singers

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Conductor: Carmel Dooley


Galway, Ireland

Further Details TBC


JUNE 18TH 2016


Soprano I Sylvia O' Brien

Soprano II Lynda Lee

Tenor: Owen Gilhooly

Bass: Tristan Caldwell


Conductor: Niall Kinsella

Carlow Choral Society






May 15 - 30 2015

Verdi : Rigoletto
Rigoletto Bruno Caproni
Gilda Emma Nash
Duke Luciano Botelho
Sparafucile John Molloy
Maddelena / Countess Ceprano  Kate Allen
Monterone Michael Druiett
Borsa Owen Gilhooly
Marullo Brendan Collins
Ceprano David Howes
Giovanna / Page Doreen Curran

Director Selina Cartmell
Conductor Fergus Sheil
Designer Alex Lowde
Lighting Design Sinead Wallace

Opera Theatre Company
Fri 15 May, 2015 WEXFORD National Opera House book tickets 
Sun 17 May, 2015 DUNDALK An Tain Arts Centre book tickets
Tue 19 May, 2015 NAVAN Solstice Arts Centre book tickets
Thur 21 May, 2015 DUBLIN O'Reilly Theatre Belvedere College book tickets
Sat 23 May, 2015 DUBLIN O'Reilly Theatre Belvedere College book tickets
Mon 25 May, 2015 LETTERKENNY An Grianan book tickets
Thur 28 May, 2015 KILKENNY Watergate Theatre book tickets
Sat 30 May, 2015 LIMERICK Lime Tree Theatre book tickets


June 19th-21st 2015

Festival de Musique, Leran, France

Virginia Kerr  -  Soprano
Penny Chalmers  -  Soprano
Suzi Saperia  -  Soprano
Hélène Delalande  -  Mezzo Soprano
Anthony Mee  -  Tenor
Owen Gilhooly  -  Tenor
Gyula Nagy  -  Baritone
John Forsyth  -  Guitar
Eloise Urbain  -  Pianist


July 1st 2015

Anne O’ Byrne and Friends

A concert in aid of Childline and Dublin Simon Community
The Guinness Choir (Director: David Milne)

The Lismorahaun Singers (Director: Archie Simpson)

Anne O’Byrne  -  Soprano
Norah King  -  Mezzo Soprano
Owen Gilhooly  -  Tenor
John Molloy  - Bass
David Fisk - Piano
Charles Staples  -  Piano
Ronan De Burca  -  Piano
David Agnew  -  Oboe  
Kenneth Edge  -  Saxophone   
Hugh O’Byrne  -  Percussion

National Concert Hall, Dublin

July 12 2015, 15:30

Summer Festival Of Opera
in association with the Veronica Dunne International Singing Competition

Rachel Croash - Soprano
Sarah Shine - Soprano
Gemma ni Bhriain - Mezzo
Owen Gilhooly - Tenor
Padraig Rowan - Bass Baritone

Dearbhla Collins - Piano

Killruddery House and Gardens
Co. Wicklow

July 25th 2015

Music at Midday

Cheryl Enever - Soprano
Owen Gilhooly - Tenor
James Longford - Piano

West Green House, Hampshire, Surrey, UK


October 10th 2015

Defence Forces Anual Gala Concert

Owen Gilhooly  - Tenor

Mark Armstrong - Conductor

National Concert Hall, Dublin

October 29th 2015, 20:00

Limerick Lions Club
50th Anniversary Celebrations

The Garda Band

with special guests
Mairead Buicke - Soprano
Owen Gilhooly - Tenor

Aoide - A Choir for All

South Court Hotel, Limerick

Proceeds to Mid-West Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association



December 10th 2015, 20:00

The Magic of Christmas

Helen Houlihan – Soprano

Owen Gilhooly-Tenor

Sean Warren – Cello

Irina Dernova- Piano

With the Children of Catherine McCauley School


St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick

Tickets €20- All Proceeds to Catherine McCauley School


December 21st 2015, 20:00

Carols by Candlelight

Helen Houlihan – Soprano

Owen Gilhooly - Tenor

Sean Warren – Cello

Irina Dernova- Piano


Tickets €15 available on the door





The Aspern Papers / Michael Hurd / Nova Music Opera - George Vass / Ulster Orchestra

'Owen Gilhooly manages to make the unscrupulous Harry Jordan into a believable and indeed sympathetic character'                                                   Music Web International / CD of the Month / July 2015                                                       

Faust / Everyman Theatre - Cork Operatic Society / March 2015

'A wealth of duets, trios and quartets endorses the magic of the classic tradition, a genre well suited to Owen Gilhooly’s fine Valentin'
The Irish Times

Through his Teeth / Royal Opera House, Linbury Theatre / World Premiere - April 2014

'Owen Gilhooly’s devilishly sexy car salesman' 
Richard Morrison - The Times

'Owen Gilhooly, as the sociopathic R, manages apparently effortlessly to capture the smooth, convincing fraudster whilst allowing us glimpses of the undercurrents of fear and violence within him.' 
Edward Lewis - Classical Source /

'As R, baritone Owen Gilhooly, making his Royal Opera debut, looks the part and sounds it as well; his voice has all the requisite heft' 
Colin Clarke - Seen and Heard International -

'Anna Devin as the deluded A, Owen Gilhooly as the mendacious R, and Victoria Simmonds , doubling as A's interviewer and her cannier sister, comprise the excellent cast.' 
George Hall - The Guardian /

'Owen Gilhooly projects the dangerous charm of R' 
Eleanor McFarlane - The Upcoming /

'it makes a compelling 55 minutes of theatre, with Anna Devin and Owen Gilhooly excellent in the main roles.' 
Hugo Shirley - The Spectator

As the enigmatic Robert, Owen Gilhooly has a solid grasp on his character’s rapidly-shifting moods and reflects them adeptly in his strong performance
Laura Peatman - A Younger Theatre

'Owen Gilhooly manages to combine sexual allure with fanaticism to chilling effect' 
Keith McDonnell - What's on Stage

'Owen Gilhooly plays the devious R with chilling precision – one moment kind and loving, and the next a scheming monster. His opening scene (scene two of the work) is fairly high in the voice, and Gilhooly displays a full range of dynamics, even in this part of the voice. He very effectively plays the part of a man who is playing a part – something which is never easy.' 
Levi White - Bachtrack

Il Cappello di Paglia di Firenze - Wexford Festival Opera / November 2013

'Owen Gilhooly made a strong impression as Emilio, managing to be both menacing and sympathetic at the same time' 
Opera Today / November 2013

'Owen Gilhooly effectively captured the exaggerated macho attitude of the “big nose” Emilio' 
Das Opernglas / December 2013

Le Nozze di Figaro - Lismore Music Festival / August 2013

'The sharpest focus in this production was on Owen Gilhooly's Count Almaviva, really concentrated, scary and sympathetic at the same time, as goings on at his country retreat, Alma Aguas Frescas, spin out of control; his aria 'Verdro mentr'io sospiro' suddenly became a dark and telling pendant to the Countess's complaints' 
Robert Thicknesse - Opera Now / August 2013

'Owen Gilhooly was a fine Count, striking just the right balance of arrogance and foolishness and emerging as very human' 
Brian Kellow - Opera News / August 2013

Curlew River - Nova Music Opera / St. John's, Smith Square / August 2013

'the three main characters - Madwoman, Ferryman and Traveller - the three protagonists being quite magnificently sung by Mark Milhofer, Owen Gilhooly and Christopher Foster respectively.' 
Robert Matthew Walker - Musical Opinion / / January 2014

'Owen Gilhooly’s Ferryman was just as fine – bracingly robust and almost denying the role its mythic status, thus making it all the stronger. From his heartless mimicking of the Madwoman’s keening to his astutely observed growing sympathy for her, Gilhooly’s performance had a vivid presence, with singing of unflagging perception and energy.' 
Peter Reed - Classical Source / / August 2013

Hagar in the Wilderness - Sally Beamish - Nova Music Opera / Presteigne Festival / August 2013

'and sung with stentorian power by Owen Gilhooly as the overbearing Abraham' 
Hereford Times / / August 2013

'There was some fine singing.. Owen Gilhooly gave sterling support as Abraham' 
Opera / / November 2013

'baritone Owen Gilhooly also showed an excellent smooth technique and an ability to vary mood'
Opera Scotland / / November 2013

Carmen - Opera Theatre Company / May 2013

'From the entry of Escamillo in Act Two, however, a spark lights in the production. A pumped-up Owen Gilhooly, clearly enjoying himself immensely, delivers the famous 'Toreador Song' with infectious swagger – you can almost see his bullish self-confidence rubbing off instantly on the other performers' 
Irish Theatre Magazine / / May 2013

The Maiden in the Tower / Kashchei the Immortal - Buxton Festival / July 2012 

'The best singing comes from the baritone Owen Gilhooly as the Bailiff’s Son and as Ivan, the lover in “Kashchei.”'
The New York Times / / July 2012

'Kate Ladner was an affecting maiden in both works, Richard Berkeley-Steele reliable first as her lover then as Kashchei, and Owen Gilhooly impressive, respectively, as her captor and boyfriend.'
The Telegraph / / July 2012

"The cast work hard in both pieces, hurling themselves at consistently challenging vocal writing... Owen Gilhooly turns effortlessly from the villain of the first opera to the hero of the second.'
The Guardian / / July 2012

'there is some engaging singing, notably from Kate Ladner’s Maiden and Princess, and Owen Gilhooly’s Bailiff and Ivan the Illustrious.'
The Times / / July 2012

'Lawless has assembled an outstanding cast in terms of singing and characterisation. The Australian soprano Kate Ladner (Maiden/Princess) has a glorious voice. Richard Berkeley-Steele (Lover/Kashchkei), Owen Gilhooly (Bailiff’s son/Ivan) and Emma Selway (Governess/ Kashchei’s Daughter) manage their contrasting roles assuredly.' 
The Arts Desk / / July 2012

' ..and Owen Gilhooly properly unpleasant as the bullying brat. Gilhooly then swaps to being the heroic rescuer, Prince Ivan, in Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera, releasing the princess from the clutches of the evil wizard and his cold-hearted daughter with the help of the storm wind.'
The Stage / / July 2012

'The music is terrific – vintage mainstream Sibelius – superbly played as usual by the Northern Chamber Orchestra under Stuart Stratford, and very well sung, particularly by the maiden, Kate Ladner and the bailiff’s son, Owen Gilhooly.'
Notes from Middle England / / July 2012

'Gilhooly was very believable as the selfish bully.... and was suitably heroic as Ivan, unusually Rimsky Korsakov casts the hero as a baritone rather than a tenor.'
Planet Hugill Blogspot / July 2012

'The performances in this production were simply marvellous across the board, the five main singers - Kate Ladner, Emma Selway, Richard Berkeley-Steele, Robert Poulton and Owen Gilhooly - equally strong, alive to the possibilities within these enhanced characters, giving them perfect expression in the singing and in the acting'
Opera Journal / July 2012

'Irish singer Owen Gilhooly, whom I saw two years ago in Wexford and this year at Lismore Music festival had principal roles in both stories. A baddie in one and a hero in the other. He was magnificent in both.'
Munster Express/ / August 2012

A Sea Symphony - Philharmonia Orchestra - Three Choirs Festival - July 2012

'...the nocturnal Largo (melliflously sung by Gilhooly)..' 
Birmingham Post / / July 2012

'Soloists Ailish Tynan and Owen Gilhooly rode the waves of this massive seascape with imposing confidence.' 
Hereford Times/ / August 2012

The Magic Flute / Opera Theatre Company / November 2011 - February 2012

'While all three were always potential scene-stealers, the clear leader in this department is Owen Gilhooly as Papageno. Never straying into slapstick, always vividly inhabiting the opera’s most human and sympathetic character, Gilhooly matched his fine comic timing and presence with his customarily refined singing'
The Irish Times / / November 2011

'there are several well-characterised interpretations, not least Owen Gilhooly's excellent Papageno
Irish Independent / November 2011

"Owen Gilhooly's bumptious bird-man is hugely engaging and strongly sung." 
The Sunday Times / / November 2011

'As the love-lorn bird-catcher Papageno, Tamino’s comic alter-ego, Limerick baritone Owen Gilhooly gave a charmingly enacted, solidly sung performance' 
Irish Theatre Magazine / November 2011

'Owen Gilhooly is a splendidly voiced Papageno' 
The Mail on Sunday / / December 2011

'it is Owen Gilhooly who steals the show as Papageno. The adventure’s comic relief, Gilhooly manages to render the role as a solid character, rather than a simple archetype. He is, very clearly, the fool in this grand drama, but he’s also the most human of those involved. It’s Gilhooly more than his colleagues who manages to establish an emotional connection with the audience' 
The / / February 2012

The hilarious Papageno was played by Limerick man Owen Gilhooly. The baritone shone during the companies performance, his stage craft phenomenal and his voice controlled and exceedingly powerful, Gilhooly should be noted for his enthusiasm and dedication to his role. 
Guide2Dublin / / February 2012

'Papageno (charmingly sung and acted by Owen Gilhooly) remains a fertile source of amusement, his yearning for a partner is made real and palpable, his contemplated suicide far from idle jesting.' 
Opera Britannia / / February 2012

Frederick May: Sunlight and Shadow / National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland / Houlihan

' baritone Owen Gilhooly sings powerfully without ever losing vocal agility or precision on the standout Songs from Prison.' 
The Journal of Music / / January 2012

'May's brooding Songs from Prison from 1941 impressed in Owen Gilhooly's intense rendition'
BBC Music Magazine / / February 2012

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