Tara Ryan releases a single with all proceeds going to MS Society of Limerick, Ireland

Tara began her professional singing career as a Bunratty Castle entertainer and progressed to study at the Leinster College of Music and then in New York at the Mannes Opera Studio. She spent a further two years studying in Italy with Joan de Christafaro at La Scala.

In 1998 she joined the world famous ‘Gaelforce Dance’ as the lead singer touring with them for four years around the globe.  She played to sell-out venues every night amongst them the fabulous Royal Albert Hall.

Her singing career ended abruptly in 2002 when she developed chronic fatigue. After the birth of her son in 2004 her symptoms became more severe. Many years of tests and treatment followed until she was diagnosed with MS in 2007.

Tara has decided to release a single to celebrate World MS Day on the 26th May. All the proceeds will go to her local MS society in Limerick.

You can buy the single online through her website www.taraniriain.com