Irish tenor Eamonn Mulhall studied Music and French Literature in Dublin before continuing his singing studies at Royal College of Music and National Opera Studio in London. A highly accomplished Baroque and Classical oratorio soloist, Mulhall performs often Mozart’s, Handel’s, Donizetti’s and Rossini’s lyric tenor roles. Among his engagements are Neart in Robert O’Dwyer’s “Eithne” at Opera Theatre Company in Dublin and Britten’s “Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings” at the Festival Musica sull’Acqua at Lake Como in Italy. His other performances include the title role in the world premiere of Ľubica Čekovská’s “Dorian Gray” at Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava and Prague Spring International Music Festival, Wexford Festival Opera debut as Le Jeune Syrien in Mariotte’s “Salomé” and Don Ramiro in “La cenerentola”, Jack in “Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny” at Dublin Opera Theatre Company, Pong in “Turandot” at Belfast Festival, the world premiere of Metcalf’s “Under Milk Wood” in Cardiff. Other career highlights have led him to Royal Opera House Covent Garden and to Scottish Opera, Grange Park Festival, English National Opera, Opera Theatre Company in Dublin, Opera Ireland and London Handel Festival. A frequent soloist in concert, highlights include Puccini’s Messa di Gloria with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, “Messiah” at the Royal Albert Hall and concerts with the Irish Baroque Orchestra. He has broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 and RTÉ Lyric FM. His recordings include Victor Herbert’s “Eileen” and Jerome Kern’s “Roberta” for Chapter Productions.