Alma is a composer, sound designer and musician based in Dublin. She works across a range of media from large scale children’s theatre on the West End to short films, television, commercials and everything in between.
Winner of the 2013 Irish Times Theatre Award for sound design for riverrun, her music has been performed throughout Europe, USA, Asia and Australia.
Recent theatre credits in Ireland and the UK include: The Elephantom (New London Theatre – West End and Royal National Theatre, London); riverrun (worldwide tour with Emergency Room) Winner Best Sound Design, Irish Times Theatre Awards 2013; Way Back Home (Louise White, Dublin Fringe Festival) Winner Spirit of the Fringe 2013; Cure (Fearghus Ó Conchuir); The Man Jesus (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); Elevator (thisispopbaby); and as assistant sound designer/composer on Hansel and Gretel and Beauty and the Beast (Katie Mitchell, Royal National Theatre, London).
Upcoming projects include The Casement Project with Fearghus Ó Conchúir and also In The Shadow of The State, both part of The Arts Council’s OPEN CALL series for 2016.
Alma 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 a huge debut year of sell-out shows at Whelans, Chancery Lane and The Abbey’s Peacock Theatre, The Evertides have just released their debut EP. See Evertides page for details.