Book of Condolences opened for Cork soprano Cara O'Sullivan
An online book of condolences for Cork soprano Cara O'Sullivan has opened this afternoon.
Lord Mayor of the City Cllr Joe Kavanagh paid tribute to The Lough native as he opened the book, describing her as one of the country's 'greatest talents'.
Cara was the first recipient of Cork's Culture Award in 2019 in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the artistic and cultural life of the city.
The book can be signed on corkcity.ie
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