Faith to sing in Croker!

The Irish Youth Music Awards will take place on Saturday, 21st April, in Croke Park Dublin and Mallow’s Faith Omoro is in the running for the National title. Faith has been singing since she could talk, and is always doing one of the two. The 5th year student at Davis College will represent CDYS YouthWork Ireland at this year’s event. She is the eldest child of four, the only daughter of a Namibian mother, Evelin, and Nigerian father Felix, who are very proud of her musical accomplishments. Having always expressed an interest in music and singing, Faith has been heavily involved in a number of in-school and extra-curricular music projects, including pantomimes, musical theatre and the Davis College production of ‘Grease.’ Her passion for all things music has also influenced her desired career path. Faith has shown great interest in becoming a music therapist or music teacher, fields in which she would no doubt excel. At the IYMAs, Faith will be singing her original composition, ‘Friends,’ as well as ‘Second Chances,’ written by fellow CDYS Music Group member Natasha Cambridge, who attends St. Mary’s Secondary School. Everyone involved in the Music Project, which is held in CDYS at Mallow Youth Centre, is incredibly proud of what Faith has done to date, and they are more than excited and looking forward to seeing where her talents bring her next.  You can check out her song and video at CDYS Cork IYMAS 2018 Facebook page. CDYS would like to wish Faith and her team the best of luck.