Divine Madness at Dance Limerick featuring Soprano Mairéad Buicke

Divine Madness plays at Dance Limerick on Friday March 15.

JOHN Scott’s Divine Madness is a dance-opera study of grief, revenge and love built around a soprano, three dancers and a live pianist. The piece was described as, “Visually striking and infused with an exuberant energy” by The Arts Review. Divine Madness plays at Dance Limerick on Friday March 15.

Divine Madness is choreographed by Founder and Director of Irish Modern Dance Theatre John Scott who brings together Limerick soprano Mairéad Buicke, dancers Magdalena Hylak, Hannah Rogerson, Mufutau Yusuf and pianist Aoife O’Sullivan. 

Born in Limerick, Mairéad Buicke is an award-winning Irish operatic soprano. 

She has performed major roles with English National Opera, Grange Park Opera, Opera Theatre Company, and Mid Whales Opera. 

She has performed with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, the Orchestra of St Cecilia, the Ulster Chamber Orchestra, the English National Opera Orchestra, and the English Northern Philharmonia.

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