Kerry Stamp, from Carndonagh, Co Donegal, is a recent graduate of Ulster University’s Bachelor of Music programme, completing the Course with a First-Class Honours classification. Kerry has performed as soprano soloist with numerous choirs throughout the island of Ireland, most recently with the Ulster University Chamber Choir in Carnegie Hall, New York.
Kerry is renowned throughout Ireland as a highly versatile vocalist; she enjoys singing everything from Palestrina to pop! She has undertaken many solos during her time at the University and recently performed the solo for Poulenc’s Gloria at the City of Derry Choral Festival. Kerry has performed as a soloist for President Bill Clinton and, during her time at The Royal Irish Academy of Music, she had the opportunity to perform for President Mary McAleese. She has recorded as soloist with the Ulster Orchestra and has worked with Michael McGlynn and Anúna.
In June 2019, Kerry was awarded the Heather Clarke Scholarship by Ulster University in recognition of a commitment to achieving excellence in music performance. Kerry is accompanied by pianist and organist, Stewart Smith, with whom she has worked extensively in recent years.
Great Hall, Magee Campus
Ulster University Music Department is putting on two months of musical mastery at Magee campus
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