Amy Gillen, who comes from Bridgetown in County Donegal, was awarded a first class honours BA of Music Performance in flute and a first class honours Licentiate Teaching Diploma in flute from the Royal Irish Academy of Music in 2018. She moved to London in September 2018 to study for a Masters of Music Performance in flute at the Royal College of Music (RCM).
Irish Heritage is proud to have supported many talented Irish artists since its formation in 1974. This section of the website presents biographies and images of the musician, singers and composers the charity has worked with.
Pianist, Composer and ConductorRead More
Concert and Solo Flute PerformerRead More
Solo, Orchestral and Choral SingerRead More
Orchestral MusicianRead More
Pedal HarpRead More
Irish ViolinistRead More
International Concert PianistRead More
Early Irish HarpRead More
It means a lot to us performers how much Irish Heritage appreciates, values and respects what we do as musicians, so I can never thank you and reiterate this enough!
- Brian Hughes, pianist and recipient of Irish Heritage Accompanist Award 2018