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Margaret Bridge

Margaret Bridge is a mezzo-soprano and conductor from Dublin, Ireland. She was a participant in the 2019-2021 NCH Grant Thornton Female Conductors Program which culminated in conducting the RTE Symphony Orchestra in NCH Dublin in February 2022. Tutors on that course included Alice Farnham, David Brophy, Robert Houlihan, and Eimear Noone. Prior conducting experience includes two years as conductor of the Trinity College Dublin chapel choir, the Royal Irish Academy of Music Contemporary Singers ensemble, as well as community choirs, children’s choirs and church choirs.

As a singer she has performed across the UK, Ireland, Europe and the US with, among others, Northern Ireland Opera, Irish National Opera, Opera Collective Ireland, the Monteverdi Choir under Sir John Eliot Gardiner, the Handel and Haydn Society under Harry Christophers, Sestina, Chamber Choir Ireland, Opera Memphis, and the Ulster Consort. She holds a first class honours degree in Musicology and Theory from Trinity College Dublin and was also a scholar of the college.