About Eileen

Based in Dublin, but a native of Cavan, Eileen holds a B.A. in Psychology, a HDip in Computer Music from NUI Maynooth, and a Masters in Music Technology from the University of Limerick. She is currently studying classical singing with Imelda Drumm and has recently completed her diploma in teaching and performance in the Royal Irish Academy of Music. She is interested in a wide variety of music and brings a passion to her performance which enraptures audiences. She enjoys performing at all events, including Catholic church wedding ceremonies, civil ceremonies and drinks receptions. If you are looking for a pure sound, Eileen's voice though trained to the highest degree, is still naturally beautiful and unaffected. She recently joined the internationally renowned group Anúna and looks forward to touring with them.

"My love for music has always been the guiding force in my life, I have been singing since I could talk and playing piano as soon as I could reach the keys. It gives me great pleasure to see what a difference my music makes and how I can give so much to people just by doing what I love." - Eileen Coyle

Eileen Coyle is a soprano with extensive experience as a soloist and church singer. She has a distinguished repertoire ranging from classical to traditional Irish and modern.

She has 12 years of choral training specialising in renaissance polyphony and gregorian chant. While working as a soprano with the professional chamber choir, 'Lassus', she was involved in the recording of a debut album in 2015 and performances in The national Concert hall and churches around Dublin of Lassus motets and masses, repertoire including: Missa Paschalis a 5, O Sacrum Convivium a 5, Officium Paschale (selection), Christus Resurgens a 5 and Laudate Dominum a 12.

For the last 7 years, Eileen has been a choral scholar with the internationally renowned, semi-professional Lassus Scholars Choir, directed by Dr. Ite O'Donovan. International performance venues include Westminster Cathedral, London (2011), the Sacre-Coeur Basilica, Paris (2014) and St. Peter's Basilica, Rome (2015). She has performed on numerous occasions as soprano soloist in concert with the Lassus Scholars and the Orlando Chamber Orchestra covering repertoire such as:

For the past 7 years Eileen has been singing with The Bugle Babes, a 1940's Close harmony group based in Dublin who specialise in the music of The Andrews Sisters. The Bugle Babes have performed all over Ireland from The National Concert Hall to the Cork Opera House, and on Radio and Television; including The Late Late Show, Ryan Tubridy, the Mooney Show and to "Knock 'em dead!" reviews at the American Embassy on Veterans Day! The Bugle Babes are a regular act upon the stage of The Kevin Barry room in the National Concert Hall, Dublin.

In addition to being a successful classical singer Eileen has released two original albums. Her solo album "The Only Way is On", written, recorded and performed by Eileen received national radio play and rave reviews from RTE Radio One. Her second album, "The stolen Child" was released in 2015 as part of a collaboration called "Webbs". It was featured in Hotpress magazine and was highly recommended by top music blogger Nialler 9 and many radio presenters in Ireland and abroad.