BALCONYTV.COM 6/10/2007PRESENTED BY TOM MILLETTNyle\'s first concert was at the tender age of 6 singing White Christmas and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.He came to public attention with the Southampton Operatic Society. In the title role of Gilbert and Sullivan\'s The Mikado, he won critical acclaim while still only 16 years old.It was in Cork that Nyle met opera singer and impresario John O\'Flynn through an advertisement in the Cork Examiner, headed \"Sing and Get Paid for it!\"Mr. O\'Flynn was at the time the artistic director of the fledgling Irish Operatic Repertory Company.Two months later, he made his professional debut at the Fir Grove Hotel in Mitchelstown, Co Cork, singing the sextet from Lucia de Lammermour in the distinguished company of John O\'Flynn himself and acclaimed Irish soprano Cara O\'Sullivan.A period of study at the Cork School of Music with veteran tenor John Carolan began in the autumn of 1993. With Carolan\'s guidance Nyle won Several Prizes at Cork\'s Feis Maitiu including Male Solo and Music Theatre. His first part in Cork\'s Everyman Palace as the Mayor of the Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz was followed by his first major opera role as Pish Tush in the IORC production of The Mikado in Cork Opera House.He he sang at the Rose of Tralee International Festival at the Dome to several million television viewers world wide. At the Rose Festival, he met Mr Gay Byrne. He later sang the role of The Pirate King in the live broadcast of The Pirates of Penzance on The Gay Byrne Show and songs from Oklahoma and The Gondoliers on The Late Late Show.He met and sang for former President Mary Robinson, Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and at the West Belfast Arts Festival Gerry Adams. He also sang in many concerts and recitals for RTE Radio programmes for producers Kevin Hough and Jane Carty.Nyle was engaged as principal lyric baritone at the Musiktheater im Revier, Gelsenkirchen, home of Schalke 04 and one of the main venues for the World Cup 2006. In Gelsenkirchen, he sang hundreds of performances.In November 2006 Nyle was thrilled to return to the theatre where he made his debut. His performance as Figaro in Rossini\'s Barber of Seville at Cork Opera House won him much praise from the public and press.Also in 2006 Nyle moved home to Ireland to concentrate on a new project. Together with his long time collaborator David Wray they set about producing Nyle\'s first commercial solo recording. \"Moodswings\" was recorded in Wicklow with co prodncer Mark McCabe and a lineup of the country\'s top musicians.http://www.nylewolfe.com\nhttp://www.myspace.com/nylewolfe\n\nTune in again tomorrow!!!

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