Alma Kelliher is a composer, sound designer and musician.
Winner of the 2013 Irish Times Theatre Award for sound design on riverrun, Alma fuses composition and sound design in her work to create a free flowing sonic environment for theatre and film.
Recent theatre credits in Ireland and the UK include: riverrun (Emergency Room) Winner Best Sound Design, Irish Times Theatre Awards 2013; The Elephantom (Royal National Theatre, London and West End); The Man Jesus (Lyric Theatre, Belfast and West End); Way Back Home (Louise White, Dublin Fringe Festival) Winner Spirit of the Fringe 2013; Cure (Fearghus Ó Conchuir); Elevator (thisispopbaby); History (THEATREclub); Death of a Tradesman (Talking Shop Ensemble); Travesties (Rough Magic); Edinburgh Fringe First award winner Minute After Midday (15th Oak) and as assistant sound designer/composer on Hansel and Gretel and Beauty and the Beast (Katie Mitchell, Royal National Theatre, London).
She has a BA in Music from Trinity College, Dublin and an MSc in Sound Design from Edinburgh University. She studied Organ to diploma level with the London College of Music and Media and is a graduate of the Rough Magic SEEDS Programme 2010-11 and the Next Stage Programme 2011.
Alma is a member of The Evertides – a musical trio influenced by folk, gospel and close vocal harmony. Following numerous sell-out shows in Dublin, The Evertides are taking some time to record original work in 2015. More info here.
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See an interview with Alma about her work at the National Theatre here:
Hear The Evertides here