Dr Tríona O'Hanlon

Dr Tríona O’Hanlon: BA, MA, DipABRSM, PhD

Tríona’s research interests focus on music in eighteenth-century Dublin with particular emphasis on the areas of source studies, performance practice, Handelian scholarship and charity music. Tríona’s doctoral thesis was the first funded major research project undertaken in collaboration with RISM Ireland.

Tríona is a member of the Society for Musicology in Ireland and is a RISM Ireland Associate.

She teaches violin at Newpark Music Centre, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Email: trionaohanlon[at]eircom.net


‘The Mercer’s Hospital Music Collection: an overview’, Brio Vol. 49 No.2, (Autumn/Winter 2012), pp.6–21.
‘Music for Mercer’s: an analysis of eighteenth-century manuscript sources’, The Musicology Review, eds. Majella Boland and Jennifer McCay, Issue 6, (UCD, 2010) pp. 27–56.
Entries on Cashel Cathedral; Cloyne Cathedral; Colin Nicholls; Henry Delamain; Lewis Gibson; Mercer’s Hospital; St Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny, and St Finbarre’s Cathedral, Cork in The Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland, eds. Harry White & Barra Boydell (UCD Press, 2013).

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