Thérèse Fahy, one of Ireland’s foremost pianists, enjoys an active performing and teaching career at home and abroad.  Her regular appearances throughout Europe and the United States have met with critical acclaim, as have her numerous broadcasts for both RTÉ and BBC.  In concerto she has performed with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland on numerous occasions, and in chamber music has worked with many of Ireland’s finest musicians. Therese Fahy has an affinity for French music, having performed the complete works for solo piano by Debussy at the Hugh Lane Gallery, in addition to many performances of works by Debussy and Ravel throughout Ireland.  A student of John O’Conor’s at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, and a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, Thérèse was awarded scholarships from the Italian and French governments to study in Siena and Paris respectively, and a Fulbright Scholarship to study with Joseph Kalichstein  at the St Louis Conservatory, USA. She has served as President of the Irish Fulbright Alumni Association  2007-2009, and has been invited to chair the Arts and Humanities Fulbright Awards selection panel  on many occasions since 2001. Therese is a senior professor of the piano faculty of the Royal Irish Academy of Music, and served as Director of Chamber Music there from 2000 to 2010.