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Rogers Center for the Arts

Ronan Tynan

7:30pm EDT March 6, 2015 EST

Rogers Center for the Arts

America’s Irish Tenor

Ronan Tynan is truly a modern day “Renaissance Man.” Faced with numerous challenges throughout his life, he has persevered with enormous passion and determination.   Introduced to international audiences as a member of the Irish Tenors, Tynan quickly became known for his unique voice and irresistible appeal.

 Though Ronan enjoyed singing as a boy, he did not seriously consider formal voice study until he was 33, when he was well into his residency as a physician. Ronan won both the John McCormack Cup for Tenor Voice and the BBC talent show “Go For It” less than one year after beginning the study of voice. The following year, he won the International Operatic Singing Competition in Maumarde, France. He made his operatic debut as Pinkerton in Puccini’s “Madame Butterfyl,” and Puccini’s “Messa di Gloria.” In 1998, Tynan joined Anthony Kearns and John McDermott (later Finbar Wright) as The Irish Tenors, an instant worldwide sensation.

We are thrilled to bring Ronan Tynan back to Rogers Center!

 

All Tickets at the Door: $40.00
Advance Tickets: $35.00
Advance Seniors 60+ and Students: $30.00
Merrimack College Student Rush: $5.00
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Rogers Center Box Office: 978-837-5355

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