Acclaimed Pianist, Ruth McGinley to perform for 1 night only in Portstewart this June
Fri, June 16, 2023
The team at Flowerfield Arts Centre welcomes you to an unforgettable evening with renowned pianist Ruth McGinley.
Book your ticket now for a captivating piano performance on Saturday 24th June 2023
Promising to be a world class experience like no other, the concert will be an opportunity for the audience to see Ruth’s extraordinary talent and mesmerizing pianist talent for themselves.
Ruth McGinley is celebrated for her exceptional ability to connect with audiences through her emotive and profound interpretations. Her mastery of the piano and deep understanding of musical nuances have earned her critical acclaim and a devoted following.
Ruth is a highly sought-after collaborator who has worked with musicians from various musical disciplines including jazz, folk and electronic. By the age of 17, she had already gained widespread recognition as one of Ireland’s leading pianists, winning countless accolades, including the piano finals of both the BBC and RTÉ Young Musician of the Year awards.
Throughout her career, McGinley has showcased her unique talent in prestigious venues around the world, consistently leaving her listeners in awe. The upcoming concert is set to be an unforgettable evening and Flowerfield Arts Centre is certainly a fitting backdrop for McGinley's extraordinary talent.
Tickets for Ruth McGinley's concert at Flowerfield Arts Centre are available to purchase online at flowerfield.org or by calling the box office on 028 7083 1400.
Tickets £15 full, £13 concession.
As seating is limited, we encourage you to secure your tickets to avoid disappointment.
About Ruth McGinley
Ruth McGinley is a highly sought-after collaborator who has worked with musicians from backgrounds including jazz, folk and electronic. By the age of 17, she had already gained widespread recognition as one of Ireland’s leading pianists, winning countless accolades, including the piano finals of both the BBC and RTÉ Young Musician of the Year awards.
Since then, her career has been wide-ranging and daring. She has performed as a soloist with orchestras including the BBC Philharmonic, London Mozart Players, National Symphony Orchestra, RTÉ Orchestra and All-Star Orchestra and as a solo recitalist throughout the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
She broadcast regularly for BBC Radio 3, Classic FM, BBC Radio Ulster and was honoured to be invited to perform as a soloist at the BBC Proms in the Park in 2016.
Ruth’s latest release Aura is a collaboration with renowned composer Neil Martin and celebrates the glorious traditional airs of Ireland, shining light on these beautifully composed and crafted melodies from incredibly skilled musicians.