Celine Kelly

Celine Kelly studied piano with Frank Heneghan at the Dublin College of Music (now DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama). Following numerous competition successes at Feis Ceoil, including the Nordell and Heneghan cups and Morris Grant Bursary and having graduated from Trinity College Dublin with an honours degree, she spent two years, on a postgraduate scholarship, at the Royal College of Music, London.

To date, Celine has accompanied many solo artists and choirs in Moscow, France, Italy, China, and throughout Ireland. She has perfomed in many major choral works at The National Concert Hall, including Rossini's "Petite Messe Solennelle" and Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana", (2 pianos and percussion). Celine has also featured on numerous programmes for RTE television and radio.

As a member of Conservatory staff she teaches piano, accompanies vocal and instrumental students and is accompanist to the DIT Choral Society.