Irish tenor Eamonn Mulhall studied Music and French Literature in Dublin before continuing his studies at the Royal College of Music and the National Opera Studio in London. His youthful presence and bright, agile voice place him ideally for Mozart, Händel, Donizetti and Rossini lyric tenor roles. He is also a highly accomplished baroque and classical oratorio soloist. Eamonn’s operatic engagements include Prince Safir in Offenbach’s Barbe bleu (Grange Park), stagedMessiah and After Dido (English National Opera), Jacquino in Fidelio and Soldier in Ullmann’s Der Kaiser von Atlantis (Opera Theatre Company) as well as Ferrando in Così fan tutte and Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni (co-productions Opera Ireland / DIT College of Music), Massimo in Ezio(London Händel Festival), Aumônier in Poulenc’s Les Dialogues des carmélites (RCM) and understudying Bajazat in Händel’s Tamerlano (Scottish Opera), Count Almaviva in Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia (ENO) and Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Welsh National Opera).
Recent engagements include his debut at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden (ROH2) in the world première of James MacMillan’s Clemency, directed by Katie Mitchell, recordings of Victor Herbert's Eileen and Jerome Kern's Roberta for Chapter Productions, Clemency at the Scottish Opera, the title role in Ľubica Čekovská's new opera Dorian Gray in Bratislava and Prag, the world premiere of Metcalf’s Under Milk Wood in Cardiff, Damon in Händel's Aci and Galatea with Mid Wales Opera, Jacob Schmidt in The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny in Dublin, his debut at the Wexford Festival in Mariotte's Salomé and as Ramiro in La Cenerentola as well as Pong in Calixto Bieito's staging of Turandot in Belfast.
In 2017 he tours Ireland as Acis in Handel's Acis and Galatea with the Opera Theatre Company.
A frequent soloist in concert, Eamonn has sung with many of the country's eminent choral societies. Highlights include Puccini’s Messa di Gloria with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall and concerts with the Irish Baroque Orchestra. His repertoire spans from Bach’s Matthäus-Passion, through Mendelssohn’s Elijah to Britten’s St. Nicholas.
A committed recitalist, Eamonn has given song recitals in Wexford; St Martin-in-the-Fields, London; Scotland and Belgium. He has broadcast live on BBC Radio3 and RTÉ Lyric fm.