Eimear Quinn is an Irish singer and composer. She joined her first choir at four years of age and at fifteen she started formal vocal training. She graduated with a degree in Music from National University of Ireland Maynooth. In 1995 she joined the choir Anúna. She recorded two albums “Omnis” (1996) and “Deep Dead Blue” (1996), featuring as a soloist on a number of tracks. I t was while singing with Anúna in St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin at Christmas 1995 that songwriter Brendan Graham heard her and invited her to sing his composition “The Voice” as Ireland’s entry for the Irish Eurosong competition. After winning the Eurovision Song Contest 1996, Quinn began touring solo, performing in Australia, America and all over Europe in venues . She also made many television appearances. She released her first solo album “Through the lens of a tear” in 2001.