Clodagh Kinsella has completed her B.A in Vocal Studies in the Royal Irish Academy of Music with a First Class Honours and is now in her second year of a MA. She is studying with Lynda Lee and repetiteur Dearbhla Collins.
Solo concert appearances include Mozart’s Vesperae solennes de confessore , Haydn’s Stabat mater , Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater , Handel’s Messiah , Vivaldi’s Gloria ,Orff’s Carmina Burana., Mozart’s Coronation Mass , Mozart’s C Minor Mass , Mozart’s Requiem and Handel’s Gloria.
Clodagh has performed in various venues around the country including the Round Room at the Mansion House , Trinity Chapel , The National Opera House , Queens University , St Patricks Catherdral and Christ Church Cathedral. Clodagh has won numerous competitions in Dublin Feis Ceoil , Sligo Feis Ceoil and Arklow Feis Ceoil.
Clodagh has performed with numerous choral societies as a soloist including Bray Choral Society , Enniscorthy Choral Society , Dublin Bach Singers , Carlow Choral Society and Wicklow Choral Society.
Operatic roles include Second Soprano in Monteverdi’s Tirsi e Clori with RIAM , Zweite Dame in Mozart’s Die Zauberflote with RIAM ,Les Enfants in Massenet’s Werther with Opera in the Open, Titania in Purcell’s Fairy Queen with RIAM and her latest title role as Sandrina in Mozart’s La Finta Giardiniera . In March she will sing the title role of Alcina in the Irish premiere of Francesca Caccini's La Liberazione Di Ruggiero dall’ isola Di Alcina which is the first opera to be written by a women.
With the RIAM Clodagh has gone on trips to Budapest to perform Tirsi e Clori in the Liszt Academy and New York as a solo singer.
In the last year Clodagh has sung in the Rising Stars Platform series in the RDS Concert Hall, travelled to New York to perform at the annual gala dinner of the American Irish Society , as well as singing in the Irish Consulate in New York. Clodagh sung in a recital in the Hugh Lane Gallery as part of the Dublin Song Series , performed with Irish pianist Finghin Collins in Wexford and was awarded first place in the Irene Sanford Singing Competition having received Most Promising Performer Prize last year.