World-renowned Ronan Tynan will sing in Fairfield with HFSO
Fairfield, OH: Dr. Ronan Tynan, recognized as one the world's most skilled Irish tenors, will appear with the Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra at the Tri County Assembly of God on June 22, 2012 singing numerous songs from the opera, songs of Ireland and Broadway hits.
Tynan sang at Ronald Reagan's funeral at the request of Nancy Reagan; he performed at memorial ceremonies during the 10th anniversary of 9/11; and sang by special invitation at the installation ceremonies of the archbishop of New York.
Given an honorary Captaincy by the Fire Department of New York City because of his uplifting contributions to morale following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Tynan was also hailed, "A tenor as Irish as baseball and God Bless America...Mr.
Tynan's voice is easy to listen to, effortlessly singing top notes. He has tremendous command of his repertoire..." by the New York times.
According to Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Conductor Paul John Stanbery. "We expect a once-in-a-lifetime experience with Ronan. He is a vocalist with uncommon skills and an inspiration of extraordinary measure. His life experience is heroic and in addition to his uncommon musical skill, he is one of the most sought after inspirational speakers in America."
With a degree from Trinity College, Tynan became the first disabled person ever admitted to the National College of Physical Education. He later became a full-fledged medical doctor, specializing in orthopedic sports injuries. Born with lower
limb disability his legs were amputated below the knee after a serious car accident.
A year after starting voice training, he won multiple awards for his talent. He made his operatic debut as Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, and after many other stage performances, became one of the world-renowned “Irish Tenors.”
Tynan's autobiography, “Halfway Home” was published in 2002.
For more information about Ronan Tynan and the upcoming performance in Fairfield, visit the Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra web site at: www.hfso.org. Tickets for the concert are available from Ticket Master.