Sheelagh Greer is a well established and experienced Mezzo Soprano, but in fact started on her musical career playing piano at a young age. A busy freelance musician combining a schedule of singing, accompanying, directing and conducting choirs, she enjoys hearing the advancement of new singers and pianists of all ages and levels in her private teaching practice. She was a pupil of the late Irene Sandford, a well renowned international Soprano, and has also studied with Patricia McMahon in Glasgow, Maria Jagusz in Cheltenham and the late Veronica Dunne in the Royal Academy of Music, Dublin.
Singing engagements have taken her all over the province, to other parts of the UK such as the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow and as far away as Italy for opera concert productions and performances in Chennai, India. Sheelagh has given numerous recitals at the locally renowned Rosemary Street Summer Series in Belfast.
She has also recorded two albums, one of which was launched here to a full house audience.She was the presenter of ‘Showstoppers’, a programme series for BBC Radio Ulster which highlighted songs from musical theatre, old and new. Last year, she was a judge on the prestigious radio and TV series of BBC School Soloist Of The Year. In November 2019, Sheelagh was awarded the prestigious ‘NI Mighty Woman of Music’ at a glittering occasion at the Titanic Ballroom and her most recent accolade is having received ‘Centenary Citizen’ recognition from Antrim & Newtownabbey Council for her significant contribution to music in the community and Northern Ireland.