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Niall Morris may refer to Niall Morris, international lawyer (born 1975) DISAMBIGUATION Niall Morris, born in Dublin, is a well-known Irish classical singer. He studied music at Trinity College and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He completed his studies at the National Opera Studio in London.
He performed principally with English Touring Opera and the d'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Amongst the opera roles he has performed on stage are Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore, Davey in Jonathan Dove's Siren Song, Ralph Rackstraw in H.M.S. Pinafore Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Fenton in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Paris in La belle Hélène, and Antonio in The Duenna. He created the tenor roles in Thomas Adès first opera Powder Her Face which was later released on EMI Classics and nominated for a Grammy (Best Opera Recording 2000).
Morris is a former member of the Irish singing group, "The Celtic Tenors" who won the German "Echo Award" for Best Classical Crossover Artists in 2002. Morris left the group in 2006 and since then has worked as Company Manager for Opera Ireland as well as performing as a solo artist and with soprano Sandra Oman and baritone Simon Morgan in the vocal group, "Trilogy" and with soprano Donna Malone and baritone Simon Morgan in the "Opera Waiters"
He has more recently moved into opera directing and his production of Puccini's "La Boheme" at Loughcrew Garden Opera received excellent reviews from the critics.
Donal Lynch, New notes on an old friend, The Independent (Ireland), February 24, 2008.,
Padraic McKiernan, Celtic Tenors put new life into classics The Independent (Ireland), February 24, 2002.