One event on August 2, 2016 at 7:00 pm
Called the “burly tenor with a big, silvery voice” by Variety, Ronan Tynan, accompanied by his long time pianist Bill Lewis, bring to Feinstein’s/54 Below a repertoire that is diverse as it is entertaining: a mix of Irish, selections from the great American songbook, contemporary, as well as newly written material. The New York Times recognizes Tynan’s “unornamented singing as distinct relief, who lets the lines of familar melodies soar without fancy embellishment.”
Introduced to American audiences in 1999 as a member of The Irish Tenors, Tynan continues to perform throughout the United States and record new material as a solo artist. In addition, he is currently the Alltech Visiting Artist in Residence at the University of Kentucky’s Opera Theatre program teaching Vocal Performance and Voice and Repertoire classes with a focus in oratorio and opera at the undergraduate and graduate level.
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