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2018-2019 Season / Pops / My Funny Valentine
All performances at 7:30pm at Crouse-Hinds Concert Theater

SEAN O'LOUGHLIN | conductor

Jazz classics, pop ballads, classical masterpieces and unforgettable numbers from stage and screen performed by Ireland's foremost trumpet player, Niall O'Sullivan, and vocalist Shóna Henneberry.


This performance is sponsored, in part by

Elderwood 4 color

My Funny Valentine

7:30pm | Crouse-Hinds Concert Theater

Artist Information:

Niall O'Sullivan

Since releasing his self-titled debut album Niall O’Sullivan has wowed audiences all across Ireland. His interpretations of jazz ballads and classical works have earned him mass praise from local and national press. His reinvention of tangos have had audiences rise to their feet repeatedly. Niall O’Sullivan and his new approach to the trumpet have appeared on various platforms in Ireland from the Grand Canal Theatre to the National Concert Hall, with reqular appearances on live TV & Radio. Whether he is performing with full orchestra or piano, Niall O’Sullivan and his fellow musicians continue to dazzle the public and give them a fresh appreciation for the trumpet. Bach to Brecht, Handel to Hammerstien, Purcell to Piazzolla, there is no genre Niall O’Sullivan will not tackle.

Niall O’Sullivan tries to emulate this passion when performing, his voice is his trumpet.

When the trumpet world got word of his growing profile as a performer and recording artist, Niall signed up to become a performing artist for Schilke trumpets. This relationship has seen Niall represent Schilke across the world from Dublin to Los Angeles.

As a side man, Niall has worked with Tom Jones, Michael Búble, Amy Winehouse, Perry Como, Dionne Warwick, Curtis Stigers, Katherine Jenkins, Imelda May, Chris de Burgh, The Pogues, Lalo Schifrin, Jose Carreras, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Sinead O’Conor, Bill Whelan and many many more.

Niall started performing at the age of eight in the Artane Boys Band, Dublin. With “the best foundation imaginable” in place, Niall started lessons on scholarship at the DIT Conservatory. He then studied at the Royal Irish Academy of Music for a further four years. Niall was awarded a scholarship for post graduate studies at the Royal College of Music, London.

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