Nyle Wolfe

Nyle Wolfe

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Award winning Irish vocalist Nyle Wolfe is not just an opera singer; he seamlessly crosses musical genres with his multi-dimensional vocal ability & personable approach to the concert stage. His impressive shows are an engaging journey from Ireland, to La Scala, French cafebars & the Great White Way

Biography

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“His vocal command and stylish musical delivery set
a standard that the others…cannot reach” Irish Times

“Absolutely gorgeous…a fantastic singer” Fran Curry TippFM

“Wonderful, I love it” Oldies and Irish 96FM

“Splendid” Cork Examiner “Seriously Smoochy” Liz Nolan Lyric FM

“Fantastic...A breath of fresh air” George Jones U105

“Incredible” Chris Needs BBC Radio Wales

Nyle Wolfe is one of the most talked about Irish singers, his unique passionate vocal ability inspires and soothes. A dedicated artist he has had a residency in the international operatic and concert scene for most of his life. His enviable resume of live performances is enhanced by a number of recordings including two solo albums, “Home ground” and “Moodswings” and collaborations for Naxos, BBC, RTE and Sony.

In nostalgic live performances that stir the imagination, he sings a compilation of songs from Ireland, the swing era, Broadway and opera revisited in beautiful café orchestra settings. Half forgotten hits such as Al Dubin’s “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” sit elegantly with perennials such as “A Nightingale sang in Berkley Square”, Irish favourites such as “Danny Boy” and Molly Malone” and opera highlights including a unique rendition of Rossini’s aria for Figaro from the Barber of Seville. The engaging collection sung in Spanish, English, French, German and Italian showcases Wolfe’s luxurious baritone and his sensitive musical understanding.

Wolfe sang his first concert at the tender age of 6 performing “White Christmas” and “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” in his local Catholic Church. His introduction to theatre audiences soon followed at the Mayflower in Southampton in the Gilbert and Sullivan’s “the Gondoliers”. Answering a simple “sing and get paid for it” ad in the local newspaper led to is professional debut in Cork’s Opera House. He graduated London’s Royal Academy of Music with their highest award and won a scholarship to complete his training at Zurich’s prestigious International Opera Studio. He has honed a reputation as one of the most talented vocalists of his generation. He has sung for monarchs and presidents including Queen Elizabeth II and Bill Clinton as well as Ireland’s own Mary Robinson.

Stylish and charming, Wolfe is the eldest of six children. Always encouraged by their parents to follow their dreams both he and three of his siblings are employed in the entertainment industry. He regularly works on outreach programs for children and has a strong relationship with his local community. An accomplished web designer and chef he planned and built his family home in Co Limerick, Ireland where he resides with his wife and three children

Discography

Moodswings 2007
Home Ground 2009

Set List

Overture
Isle of Hope
A Balanure ballad
Star of the county Down
Sally gardens
She moved through the fair
Raglan Road
Old Man River
La Mer
Irish Ballad
You’re Sill You
Largo al Factotum

INTERVAL

Una Furtiva – Instrumental
Lily Marleen
A Nightingale Sang in Berekley Square
Do Not Stand At My Grave and Weep
Lily Marleen
Molly Malone
Danny Boy
Hard times
Gift to be Simple/if I love you
I bought Me a Cat
Toreador Aria
Minnie the Moocher
Granada