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Bursary Recipients Perform at Irish Cultural Centre

8th October 2021

Mollie Wrafter, who was the recipient of Irish Heritage’s Music Bursary for Performance on violin in 2019, played at the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith last Tuesday, the 5th October. This was the first event for Irish Heritage with an audience since lockdown and received a very welcome reception. Amy Gillen, who was also recipient of Irish Heritage’s musical bursary, but with her flute, will perform at the same venue on the 23rd Nov (https://irishculturalcentre.co.uk/event/afternoon-recital-in-collaboration-with-irish-heritage/).

Irish Heritage will have its first full concert featuring all bursary recipients for 2020/21 also featuring the above ladies, at the Princess Alexandra Hall at the Royal Overseas League, Royal Overseas House, Park Place, St James's St, London SW1A 1LR on the 20th October at 7pm. The event will showcase the premiere of 2020 composition and 2021 Blackwater Valley Opera Bursary recipients. Tickets can be purchased via the website and there is a special price for students all via: https://irishheritage.org.uk/events.

Irish Heritage Committee – Mary Connolly (trustee), Brian Hughes (artistic producer & previous IH bursary recipient), Margaret Parkinson (committee), Peter Power-Hynes (trustee I H and also chair of ICC) & Jim Kirby (chair-management committee - Irish Heritage).
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