Live at Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland's Peace Prom Tour


Dwyer’s Einspringender was Opera Theatre Company’s Young Associate Artist Eoin Hynes, who had a hyperactive evening, skipping between the offstage music-stand from which he sang Tamino, and the set itself, where he was already multi-tasking as Priest, Armed Man, and Slave. Talk about a steep learning curve for the young Galway singer. He coped manfully, his light mellifluous tenor applied tastefully to Tamino’s archingly lyrical melodies. With the added muscle of full vocal maturity Hynes will certainly be a Tamino to reckon with in his own right in the future.
— Terry Blain Opera Britannia, Opera Theatre Company touring production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute.
Bring him home is probably the most popular song from any of the modern musicals and has been made famous by Colm Wilkinson. Any interpretation of the song will always be compared to Wilkinson’s original and Eoin can have no fears as he was equal in delivery and expression to the great originator
— Kevin O’Dwyer Tuam Herald, Some Enchanted Evening Concert
On Saturday evening I thoroughly enjoyed the last night of a splendid production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers at Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre. I mention it here merely to pay tribute to the young and hugely talented tenor Eoin Hynes, who played leading role of Gondolier Marco Palmieri with great distinction. His solo Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes was the highlight of the show
— Pat Howley Tuam Herald, Rathmines & Rathgar Musical Society production of The Gondoliers

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