Luke Lally Maguire
Time & Location
01 Aug 2024, 13:20 IST
St Ann's Church, 18 Dawson St, Dublin 2, D02 YV57, Ireland
About the Event
Luke Lally Maguire - piano
Beethoven Sonata No. 31 in A Flat Major, Op. 110
Rachmaninoff - Prelude Op. 32, No. 10 in B Minor
Barber - Sonata in E Flat Minor, Op. 26
Tickets 10 euros
Dublin-born pianist Luke Lally Maguire is a graduate of TUDublin Conservatoire studying piano under Dr. Mary Lennon, where he graduated with First Class Honours in the Bachelor of Music degree in performance. Upon graduating, Luke was also the recipient of the Michael McNamara Award for excellence in performance. In September 2021, Luke began postgraduate studies at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, where he currently studies study with Carole Presland and Ronan O’Hora. These studies are generously supported by the Ireland Funds as Luke was awarded a George Moore Scholarship for the period 2021-23.
An experienced performer both in competitions and on the concert platform, Luke is a multiple prize-winner in Ireland’s leading classical music competition, Feis Ceoil. He has performed in venues throughout Ireland and London including the RDS Concert Hall, Wigmore Hall, Milton Court Concert Hall, and most recently, in a debut solo recital in the Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin.
Alongside his work as a soloist, Luke is a passionate chamber musician and is in demand as a vocal accompanist, frequently performing in collaborations for recitals and concerts with singers. He was a member of the 2020/21 ABL Aviation Opera Studio run by Irish National Opera as a repetiteur where he received coaching from repetiteurs Richard McGrath and Brenda Hurley. He has also performed as accompanist in masterclasses with many of Ireland’s leading opera singers including Tara Erraught, Orla Boylan and Gavan Ring.
Luke himself has engaged in several piano masterclasses and lessons with Richard Goode, Paul Lewis, Christopher Elton, Barry Douglas, Finghin Collins, Vanessa Latarche, Leon McCawley, Hilary Coates and Therese Fahy among others.