The Irish flautist Eimear McGeown is a First Class Honours graduate from the Trinity College of Music, London, and she has now established a busy and varied career both classically and on the traditional Irish flute.
Eimear has appeared as soloist in North and South America, South Korea, Japan, China, The Philippines and Europe. Two of her most notable performances have been on BBC's Last Night of the Proms and the World Premiere of Dave Morris' Concerto in the Library of Congress in Washington DC.
She has also recorded with various artists on albums for Decca, Universal, Chandos Records and on BBC Radio, Classic FM and RTE Lyric FM. Already having appeared before President Bill Clinton, Prince Charles, and Prince Edward, in 2011, at the invitation by Her Majesty the Queen, Eimear McGeown attended a Royal Reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate her achievements in the Performing Arts.
On Irish flute, Eimear has two All Ireland titles and has released a Celtic EP on iTunes. She has recorded with pianist Barry Douglas on two of his Celtic albums, which feature several of her own compositions and performed them together with Camerata Ireland in the Kennedy Centre, Washington DC.
She has recorded at the Abbey Road Studios and for the video game Runescape, and performed in Lord of the Rings in the West End, London. She performed at the Sori International Music Festival in South Korea with the Irish Memory Orchestra and as featured soloist with 'Libera' in Tokyo’s Opera City Concert Hall. She has also performed with the X Factor singer Matt Cardle on the National Television Awards, the rock band Amsterdam at the Glastonbury Festival, and supporting The Pogues in the Echo Arena, Liverpool.
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