2014 - Angus McCall

Angus McCall, a 17-year-old cellist, from Methodist College, is the Northern Ireland Young Musician of the Year 2014. 
The final in the Harty Room in Queen’s University, Belfast on Saturday 22 March featured 16 of the province’s top young musicians.
Adjudicator Edwin Gray complimented all the contestants on their excellent performances. He said the standard was extremely high with not even one disappointing performance, and the performers and their teachers should be justly proud of all of them.
Runner-up was singer Andrew Irwin (18) from Chethams School of Music; Percussionist Cathryn Lynch (14) from Sullivan Upper School was third, and 12-year old Clarinettist Tom Myles from Methodist College was named as the most promising under-14 finalist.

12-year old Clarinettist Tom Myles from Regent House was named as the most promising under-14-year-old at the final of this year’s Northern Ireland Young Musician of the Year Competition, which was held in the Harty Room in Queen’s University Belfast on Saturday 22 March, and featured 16 of Northern Ireland’s top young musicians.