Ronan Whittern from Ballymahon, pictured with his teacher and Director of the Schola Cantorum, Mr Gerard Lillis.

Ronan was awarded 1st place in the Stanford Organ competition at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil.

Olwyn Feely from Co Roscommon, who won the solo piano competition at Feis Ceoil Sligo over the Easter holidays.

Olwyn was also commended in the u18 Junior Organ competition at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil.

Paul Kiernan from Mullingar who was awarded First place in the Senior Trumpet competition at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil.

Feis Ceoil

ESB Feis Ceoil Results

The School Choir from St Finian’s College who were very highly commended at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil.

The School Choir from St Finian’s College
who were very highly commended at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil.

 

Alan Cox from Delvin, who won a silver medal (2nd place) in Dublin’s Feis Ceoil u18 Junior organ competition.

Owen Feely from Co Roscommon, who won a silver medal (2nd place) in the Senior organ competition at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil.

Peter Regan from County Roscommon, who won a silver medal in the u15 solo piano competition at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil.

Peter was also very highly commended in the John Field Cup competition and in the Stanford Cup for Senior organ.

Owen’s sister Olwyn won the solo piano competition at Feis Ceoil Sligo over the Easter holidays.

Heather Fogarty from Portlaoise & Peter Manning from Kildare who were very highly commended for vocal duets, both at Dublin’s Feis Ceoil and Feis Ceoil Arklow.

Adam Collins who made his debut solo performance in Dublin’s National Concert Hall following his prestigious award of the Catherine McAuley Trophy and Bursary at the Electric Ireland Feis Ceoil in Dublin.

Deirdre Creegan and Alan Fagan who were awarded 1st and 2nd place in the under 18 Junior Organ competition.