Denice Doyle 1st Violin
Denice Doyle (violin) one of Ireland's most talented and versatile violinists enjoys a career as an established soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician. She has performed extensively around Ireland and the world including the prestigious Carnegie Hall, New York and as soloist with the RTE National Symphony at the National Concert hall.
Denice Doyle (violin) is currently studying for her BA music performance degree at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. Since an early age, Denice has been awarded scholarships, prizes, bursaries for her violin playing. She is a multi first prize winner in the Feis Ceoil and many competitions throughout Ireland. She has given many solo performances in venues throughout Ireland including the National Concert Hall on numerous occasions, Dublin Castle, Farmleigh, Mansion house, City Hall and was invited to play as a soloist for President Mary McAleese in Aras an Uachtaran. Denice has also travelled as a soloist in many European countries including France,Scotland, Wales, The Netherlands, Germany, Hungary, Vienna and Italy. Denice has performed as soloist with the RTE National Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Irish Academy of Music Symphony and Chamber Orchestras, the Glasgow Royal Academy of Music chamber Orchestra and others. Denice has led numerous orchestras in Ireland and abroad including leader of the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland holding the Olive Smith chair and the National Youth Symphony Orchestra of Ireland holding the Hugh Maguire chair under conductor Diego Masson which included a performance with Dame Evelyn Glennie. Denice has performed as a soloist on both RTE radio and television on numerous occasions over the years. She is a multi-instrumentalist and has recorded on various artists albums and performed live with many artists such as Michael Buble, George Michael, Josh Groban, Bill Baileys ‘guide to the orchestra’, The Coronas, Carlos Nunez to name but a few.