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05-01-2011, 16:08   #61
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Irish Baroque Orchestra presents Masterworks, 18-23 Jan 2011

Hi all, just wanted to let you know about this series: 4 concerts over 4 days, featuring "Baroque Blockbusters" from Germany, France and Italy. Concerts take place at Christ Church Cathedral Dublin, on 18, 20, 22 and 23 Dublin at 8pm. Each event is an hour long and the programme includes suites by Bach, Rameau and the best of Vivaldi's Concerti da Camera.

One for the diary if you enjoy gorgeous baroque music played brilliantly on period instruments. The IBO performances were an Irish Times highlight for 2010. Take a look at
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The Suitcase - an Opera

Just a reminder that The Suitcase - an Opera will play in Belfast's Crescent Arts Centre on Saturday, February 19th 2011 (+44 (028) 90 242338), 7pm, £5. Chicago Opera Vanguard will present sections and arias from their latest work, in collaboration with local artists.

As part of their Belfast residency, COV will offer “Devising Opera”, a two-session (3 hours each) daytime workshop on February 15 & 16 that will explore finding the theatrical, physical, and musical impetus behind found and devised texts.

Composer Eric Reda, Director Karen Yates and Writer/Performer David Kodeski will guide participants through a series of physical and vocal exercises aimed toward creating miniature operatic moments that will culminate in a daytime public presentation.

Participants will be required to research and then bring factual texts to the workshop that illustrate current policies (political and civic), news stories about gay issues, and views on homosexuality in Belfast and Northern Ireland as a whole. This focus complements the subject matter of The Suitcase - an Opera, which concerns a young gay man in New York City in 1950.

Those interested in participating must be comfortable with singing, rhythm, and music. They must be in good physical shape and be willing to improvise shamelessly.

If interested, please submit a statement of interest to with DEVISING OPERA as the subject heading by 31st January. You will be notified within a week if you have been selected.

Places on “Devising Opera” are limited. A £10 fee is required to secure your place on the workshop.
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Hi all, just wanted to let you all know about an upcoming concert that's part of the North Monastery Schools Cork Bicentenary Celebrations

Come celebrate our 200 years with Cara O'Sullivan, the Cork Garda Choir, the Wilcollane Singers and the North Monastery Choir in a programme of Classical, Operatic and Sacred Arias at the North Cathedral,Cork City on Friday 25th February 2011 at 8pm sharp (door open 7.30pm) Tickets €20 available from Pro Musica.
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The Suitcase - an Opera in BELFAST 19/02

Hi all - just a reminder about the one-off Belfast performance of The Suitcase - an Opera at Belfast's Crescent Arts Centre, Saturday week. Tickets are limited, so book now! Booking info: Crescent Arts Centre, 2-4 University Rd. (+44 (0)28 9024 2338) 7pm, £5. URL:

Chicago Opera Vanguard present sections and arias from their latest work, a true-life tale of sex and art in post WWII New York.

With a history of devising stage work from found texts, Writer/Performer David Kodeski, Composer Eric Reda and Director Karen Yates collaborate for the first time on what will be an unforgettable journey into an undiscovered record of American gay liberation.

Chicago Opera Vanguard is committed to creating accessible and exciting theatrical experiences, both concretely and virtually, by commissioning new works, giving a second voice to daring music-theatre pieces, and by completely re-imagining operatic favourites. Discover our work at
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Opera Theatre Company present Donizetti's PASQUAL€

Opera Theatre Company present
Donizetti's PASQUAL€
Immerse yourself in Donizetti’s farcical world and enjoy glorious arias and delightful melodies performed by Opera Theatre Company’s chamber ensemble. Brimming with lyricism and high comedy this vivacious opera has something for everyone, with themes that still resonate today. PASQUAL€ is directed by Annilese Miskimmon with design by Aedín Cosgrove (Pan Pan theatre company).

Preview Thurs 17 Samuel Beckett Theatre
Opening Fri 18 Feb & Sat 19 Samuel Beckett Theatre
7:30pm Tickets 8962641 Tickets €30 /25

17-Feb Preview Beckett Theatre 01 8962461 7.30pm
18/19 Feb Beckett Theatre 01 8962461 7.30pm
22-Feb Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire 01 231 2929 8pm
24-Feb The Great Hall, Downpatrick 028 4461 2233 8pm
26-Feb Civic Theatre, Tallaght 01 4627477 8pm
01-Mar Theatre Royal, Waterford 051 874402 7.30pm
03-Mar Royal Theatre, Castlebar 0818 300 000 8pm
04-Mar Hawk's Well Theatre, Sligo 071 9161526 7.30pm
05-Mar Solstice Arts Centre, Navan 046 909 2300 8pm
08-Mar University Concert Hall, Limerick 061 331549 8pm
10-Mar Siamsa Tire, Tralee 066 7123055 7.30pm
12-Mar GB Shaw Theatre, Carlow 059 9172400 7.30pm
Tickets from €30 to €20 £15
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Sounds of the Silk Road weaves colourful musical threads

Some of the most striking voices in today’s classical composition are not coming out of the West but from far-flung outposts on the other side of the world. Such a voice is that of Dmitri Yanov Yanovsky. Chicago Tribune 2010

A new series of contemporary music and arts events, ‘Sounds of the Silk Road organised by the Louth Contemporary Music Society (LCMS), will be launched this April as part of the Drogheda Arts Festival.

The first performance of the series will feature work specially commissioned by the LCMS by Dmitri Yanov Yanovsky a composer from Uzbekistan a country at the cross-roads of the rich oriental and Islamic traditions of Central Asia. The work has been has written for world renowned Hilliard ensemble, Ivan Monighetti one of the world’s most accomplished cellists who stunned audiences with his performance at the Drogheda Arts Festival 2010 and of the foremost Irish musicians in the newly formed EQ Ensemble which includes Cliona Doris,harp, Malachy Robinson,bass, Elizabeth Cooney,violin, Cian O'Duill,viola, Maria McGarry,piano, Deirdre O'Leary, clarinet, Susan Doyle, flute, Chris Stynes and Maeve O'Hara, percussion.

The concert will take place in St Peter’s Church of Ireland Drogheda on the 29 April 2011 at 8pm.

This is the first time the Hilliard ensemble, have been involved with an Irish based commission and it is also Dmitri's first Irish commission. Dimitri Yanov-Yanovsky was born in 1963 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. As the musicologist Gerard McBurney says “His remarkable surroundings are vividly reflected in his music. What is most impressive is the skill with which he weaves the colourful threads of contradictory influences into a musical fabric always refined, beautifully patterned and absolutely personal”

The piece ‘Morning’ based on text from Robert Lax's poem ‘Morning’, from his book called Circus of the Sun described by the New York Times as one of the masterpieces of the 20th century. Lax was also a friend of the writer, monk and mystic Thomas Merton.
The performance will also include another of Dmitri's works called Nightmusic - Voices in the Leaves which was written for Yo Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble.

World renowned Lydia Kavina will open the concert with a contemporary piece called Kitezh 19. Lydia plays music on a theremin, an electronic instrument which makes music without touching. Lydia has become an icon for performances with the Theramin and will be giving a workshop on the instrument for both beginners and advanced players whilst she is in Ireland.

The concert and events are the latest of several high profile art music events organised by the Louth Contemporary Music Society which have brought world renowned composers to Ireland, previously having successfully featured, Arvo Pärt, Philip Glass, Terry Riley, Valentyn Silvestov and to the 2010 Drogheda Arts Festival, the Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina.

Sounds of the Silk Road is presented by Louth Contemporary Music Society (LCMS) in association with Create Louth. The event is funded by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon and financially supported by Create Louth.

Tickets for the performance priced €15 are available from and Droichead Online Booking Service
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New Dublin Voices & Vocappella Innsbruck - Joint Concert


Wed April 20th, Christ Church Cathedral
Sacred Choral Music – ancient to contemporary

Ireland's international award-winning chamber choir New Dublin Voices joins forces with Vokalensemble Vocappella Innsbruck for a concert of sacred music – ranging from ancient to contemporary – on Holy Wednesday (April 20) in Dublin's Christ Church Cathedral.

Separately and together the two choirs undertake a gripping musical journey, from music long associated with Holy Week – including the famous Miserere by Allegri – to sacred works by living composers currently enjoying huge popularity – including Arvo Pärt, Eric Whitacre and Morten Lauridsen – to exciting new voices, including the Irish premieres of a Crucifixus by Stéphan Nicolay of France and Regina Caeli by the English Cecilia McDowell.

Other composers include Gesualdo, Poulenc, Michael McGlynn and Josep Vila i Casañas. The conductors for these performances are Bernie Sherlock and Claudio Büchler – known to Irish audiences from his previous work here with Opera Ireland and the National Chamber Choir – who will also direct the combined choirs in the concert's substantial closing item, the light-filled, multi-part Lux aeterna by Lauridsen with organist David Bremner.

Venue: Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Date: Wednesday, April 20
Time: 8pm
Tickets: €15 (€10 conc) or at the door


Allegri Miserere
Lauridsen Lux aeterna
Pärt Magnificat
Pärt Nunc dimittis
Whitacre Lux arumque
Gesualdo O vos omnes
McGlynn O vos omnes
Nicolay Crucifixus (Irish premiere)
McDowell Regina caeli (Irish premiere)
Vila Sanctus-Benedictus
Bruckner Ave Maria
Bruckner Christus factus est
Poulenc O magnum mysterium
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Sirin Choir sing Church Chants and Spiritual Verses

The Sirin Choir from Moscow Russia sing church chants and spiritual verses in SIRIN CHOIR from Moscow Russia in St. Nicholas Church (The Green Church) Dundalk on 5 May 2011
… beautiful to hear and deeply affecting. (Irish Examiner, Ireland)

The amazing Sirin Choir from Russia will perform in St.Nicholas Church ( generally known as the Green Church) Dundalk on 5 May 2011. The programme will include modern day choral masterpieces such as Louth Contemporary Music Society Commissions Arvo Pärt’s The Deer’s Cry and John Tavener’s O My People along with a selection of Church Chants and Spiritual verses from the 15th and 16th centuries and a contemporary work by Ivan Moody.Some of the Church Chants will be performed a cappella with a selection of the spiritual verses accompanied by hurdy-gurdy, psaltery or violin. There will also be a choral workshop in Orthodox Chant given by Ivan Moody.

Sirin Choir was formed in 1989 by a group of professional musicians who took the name after a bird of Paradise from Russian Christian legends. Before that Andrey Kotov, Sirin’s Artistic Director spent many years studying Russian sacred folklore in rural settings where these ancient traditions are still preserved. His research has meant that Sirin is uniquely able to present repertoire ranging from the dark, sonorous style of Old Believers’ church to the haunting songs of spiritual wanderers.

The ensemble has presented its interpretation of Russian church and spiritual folk music on extensive concert tours in Russia and Europe and was multifold prizewinner of renowned choral competitions. Sirin took part in the 1st European Symposium for Choral Music in Ljubliana, World Symposium for Choral Music in Rotterdam, gave performances at various festivals, like the festival in Thoronet and the festival of Old Lyon (France), Musica Sacra in Marktoberdorf (Germany), Old Music in Jaroslaw (Poland), Musica Sacra in Maastricht ( Holland), Trialogos (Estonia), Isle de France , Lufthansa Baroque Festival (Great Britain), Cork International Choral festival (Ireland), Sacred Music in Fribourg (Switzerland), Festival of Sacred Music in Fez, Bangkok Christmas Festival (Thailand), Europalia (Belgium) and many others. Sirin's performances were included in the program for celebrating 2000 years of christianity in Jerusalem.

As a special request of Sirin, the Russian composer Vladimir Martynov set texts from the Old Testament's book The Lamentation of Jeremiah to music. The stage version of The Lamentation of Jeremiah, where all roles are performed by Sirin members, had more than 150 performances in Russia, France (as part of the official program of Avignon Theatre Festival), Italy, Germany, Estonia and Sweden. It was awarded with Golden Mask, the highest distinction in Russian theatre, as the best theatrical production of the year.

The composer and conductor Ivan Moody will provide a choral workshop on Orthodox chant. This workshop will introduce a number of strands of the rich and diverse traditions of Orthodox church music, including various kinds of monophonic chant (including Greek and Russian) and polyphonic choral music from such countries as Russia and Serbia. The music included will be presented as part of an open discussion of its history and context.

…consummate vocal skills and absolute professionalism. This choir deserves the mark “excellent and higher”. (Compact, Spain)

…the genuine feeling carried in the group’s performance stirred profound emotions… offering clear lessons to those who fancy the worldwide supremacy of the English choral tradition (The Independent, UK)

…beauty of this singing resembles the singing of seraphim (Esslingen Zeitung, Germany)

…Immediate shock from the first sounds… After listening to the recording you have only one wish: to hear this rare repertoire at a concert, to have direct contact with these superb and exciting voices. (Diapason, France)

Tickets for the Sirin Choir are available from

The Ticket prices is €10
0818 205 205 

UK: 0870 850 2896

Tickets for the choral workshop are available by emailing
Tickets for the choral workshop cost €10
The choral workshop will take place in St. Nicholas from 2-5pm on 5 May 2011.

The Sirin Choir is funded by the Arts Council Touring Award and financially supported by Create Louth. The Concert’s sponsor is National Tile.

Concert Programme
1. In the Beginning was the Word (demestvenny chant.)
2. Praise the Lord from the Heavens (old believers’ chant)
3. Verses to St.Theodore the Tyro (spiritual verse)
4. Christ and the Poor Brethren (spitirual verse)
5. On the Ocean (spiritual verse)
6. John Tavener – O My People (Louth Contemporary Music Society Commission)
7. I Am the Unfruiful Tree (spiritual verse)
8. The Sinful Soul Laments and Moans (spiritual verse)
9. When I was Young (spiritual verse)
10. Arvo Pärt– The Deer’s Cry (Louth Contemporary Music Society Commission)
11. Trisagion (znamenny chant)
12. The Sinful Man Walked Through the Whole World (spiritual verse)
13. On This Holy Place (spiritual verse)
14. Today Christ is Born in Bethlehem (strochnoy chant.)
15. Ivan Moody – Bogoroditse Devo
16. Play, o World and Rejoice (spiritual verse)
17. Verses to St.Andrew (spiritual verse.)
18. Christ is Risen (Greek, Serbian and Russian chants)
19. On the Sion Mountain (Easter Chant)
20. Vladimir Martynov – Omnes Sancti (from “Games of Humans and Angels”)
21. This is Not Just Noise (Easter chant)
22. Holy Resurrection (Easter chant)
23. Vladimir Martynov - The Beatitudes
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Orthodox Chant Choral Workshop


Church Street, Dundalk
2.00–5.00 p.m.

As an introduction to the rich orthodox choral tradition that the Sirin Choir will perform in Dundalk, a Choral Workshop will take place focusing on orthodox chant with conductor/ composer and orthodox priest Ivan Moody in Dundalk.

Ivan Moody, Ph.D (b.1964), studied music and theology at the Universities of London, Joensuu and York. He studied composition with Brian Dennis, Sir John Tavener and William Brooks. His music has been performed and broadcast all over the world, and recorded on labels such as Hyperion, ECM, Telarc, Warner Classics and Sony.
His largest works to date are Passion and Resurrection (recorded on Hyperion CDA 66999) and the Akathistos Hymn (recorded on Gothic Records CD 49210). Recent significant works include Ravenna Sanctus, written for Chanticleer (2006: recorded on Warner Classics R2 146364), Stabat Mater (2008), for choir and string quartet, written for the Oslo International
Festival of Church Music and Moons and Suns (2008), written for Ars Nova Copenhagen and the Raschèr Saxophone Quartet.
Recent commissions include Canti della Rosa for The King’s Singers, Canticum Canticorum IV for Seattle Pro Musica and the piano quintet Nocturne of Light for Paul Barnes and the Chiara Quartet. Current projects include works for the English Chamber Choir, the American ensemble In Mulieribus and the German group Singphoniker.
As a conductor he works regularly with a number of choirs and ensembles in both Europe and America, having paid special attention to Orthodox church music from Bulgaria, Finland and Serbia. As a musicologist he has written extensively on both early and contemporary music.
He is a priest of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, serving as rector of the Parish of St John the Russian in Estoril, Portugal, and is currently Chairman of the International Society for Orthodox Music.

This workshop will introduce a number of strands of the rich and diverse traditions of Orthodox church music, including various kinds of monophonic chant (including Greek and Russian) and polyphonic choral music from such countries as Russia and Serbia. The music included will be presented as part of an open discussion of its history and context.

Websites: and

Participation at the Workshop will only be available for Sirin Choir ticket holders.
Tickets are available for Sirin Choir’s performance which will take place on
5 May 2011 at 8pm in St. Nicholas Church (Green Church) Church Street, Dundalk from Tickets cost €10.
THE WORKSHOP COSTS €10. Places are limited.
Closing date to purchase workshop tickets is Friday 29 April 2011.
Email –
listing your name, email,address, telephone number, voice (alto etc)and experience.
If you secure a place we will email you and you will be asked to post a cheque for €10 with your name and address
to –
Louth Contemporary Music Society
12a Wilton Green, Dundalk
Alternatively you can pay at the workshop.
Materials will be provided for participants.
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Church of Saints Peter & Paul, Balbriggan.

Saturday 16 April 2011, 8pm.


Nicola Mulligan, soprano;
Laura Murphy, alto;
Brian Gilligan, tenor;
Gavan Ring, bass;

The Culwick Ensemble (leader Brona Fitzgerald);
David Leigh, organist;

BERNIE SHERLOCK , conductor.


Available from:

The Parish Office. Monday to Thursday from 9.30 to 5.00pm.

The Parish Shop, after 10am Mass Monday to Thursday and at each Mass at weekends.

Goughs Shop (Vision Radio), Dublin Street, Balbriggan.

The Bagel Bar, Drogheda Street, Balbriggan.

Bookings through Michael Grimes, (01) 8413100 or Mobile 087 7618082 (any time).
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The Culwick Choral Society presents

A SEA SYMPHONY, Ralph Vaughan Williams

The sights and spirit of the sea come vividly to life in the Culwick's exciting programme featuring an extremely wide-ranging sample of marine-inspired music by Classical, Romantic, 20th century and contemporary composers. "Behold the sea itself!" (Whitman)

Vaughan Williams: A SEA SYMPHONY;

The Culwick Choral Society and guests:
Cara O'Sullivan soprano;
Paul Carey Jones baritone;
New Dublin Voices;
& Orchestra (Alan Smale, leader);
Bernie Sherlock conductor.

Dedicated to the RNLI, the charity that saves lives at sea,

Supported by RTÉ lyric fm

€15, €20, €25, €30 (concessions)

Available from:
National Concert Hall, Box Office, Tel.+353-1-4170000
Online booking - No booking fee.

Visit choir's website at:

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Cork New Music Ensemble

Saturday, 21st of May
8:00 p.m.
Curtis Auditoriom
Cork School of Music.

Admissiom: 5 euro

The Cork New Music Ensemble is a recently formed group dedicated to performing newly composed works and other contemporary music.

For its debut performance the ensemble will perform nine new works by Irish composers.

Pieces to be performed (not necessarily in order of performance)

Sam Barker - Two Sonnets for Violin, Vibraphone and Double Bass
Sam Perkin - Prelude and Fugue For Marimba and Violin
Brendan O'Connor - Droplets on Staves for Chamber Ensemble
Siona Mahon - As the Leaf Withers for Chamber Ensemble
Patrick O'Connor - Evocation and King's Seranade for Soprano and Ensemble
Stephen Lane - Making Time for Piano and Vibraphone
Stephen Parker - Lullabies for an Estuary of Sculptures: Phillip Jackson, for Soprano and Ensemble
Pierre O'Reilly - Yello for two Pianos
David O'Regan - Sleepwalk for Flute and Vibraphone

The list of performers includes Aoife O'Donnovan (flute), Eoin Ducrot (violin), Alex Petcu (percussion), Shane Ladden (piano), Aoife Sadlier (cello), Kelley Lonergan (soprano), Conor Palliser (conducting some pieces) and many more.
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Concert Midland

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Concert with Eden Chorale; Longford County Choir, Tredagh Singers, and newly established Midlands Baroque Orchestra in St. Mary's Church Edenderry, Sunday 15th May. Programme includes music by Handel, Gershwin and culminates with a performance of Vivaldi's Gloria. All proceeds to KARE and St. Mary's parish fund.
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Irish Baroque Orchestra plays Haydn symphonies 6.7.8

Hi again, another great IBO concert coming up at the end of May - Haydn's famous symphonies "Le matin", "Le midi" and "Le soir" (no's 6,7,8) at Christ Church Cathedral Dublin (Fri 27 May @ 7pm) and St Iberius Church Wexford (Sat 28th May @ 1pm). A lovely hour of fabulous music. Baroque Rocks!!! See

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Hello all, I just want to direct your attention to a concert
that is happening on the 24th of this month in the National Concert Hall.
ICC New Works for Two Cellos performed by Ilse de Ziah and Lioba Petrie.
May 24th 2011 | 8.30pm (pre-concert talk 8.15pm) | Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin 2
This should be an interesting concert for both composers and performers
and even those who are interested in Irish music and composition as a whole.
So tell a friend and come along it should be a good night.
Student tickets are only €5!

This month the Irish Composers’ Collective monthly concert series will be all about the Cello
– two cellos to be precise – performed by cellists Ilse de Ziah and Lioba Petrie.
As with all Irish Composers’ Collective events, de Ziah and Petrie will perform
new and previously unperformed works by member composers.
This month’s line-up of premieres includes work by Derek Foott, Marc Tweedie,
David O’Regan, Bryan Dunphy, Ben McHugh and Daniel Barkley and
the concert will take place in the Kevin Barry Room of the National Concert Hall.

Ilse de Ziah has had a varied musical career, playing cello all over the world.
Her most recent work includes the Cork Opera House production of Dido and Aeneas,
the release of her CD and publishing of a book of Irish Airs for Solo Cello.
Ilse is also involved with the Australian contemporary music trio Ozmosis,
Scarlet String Quartet, and Baroque ensembles Retorika, and Beyond the Pale.
She is leader and tutor of the cello section of the Cork Symphony Orchestra
and has composed music for dance, theatre and film.

Lioba Petrie
Lioba Petrie is an active chamber musician and teacher.
Her interest in contemporary music began when she became a member of
the new music collective EAR (electro acoustic revue) with whom she performs regularly,
discovering fresh contemporary music and working closely with other composers.
In 2008 Lioba became a member of the Maconchy Project,
a celebration of the Irish composer Elizabeth Maconchy and two other female Irish composers:
Jane O’Leary and Linda Buckley.
Lioba is also a member of contemporary ensembles Somadrone and 3epkano
and has toured both nationally and internationally with the Limbik Theatre Company.

Irish Composers Collective
‘The ICC is a ready-made community of creators, performers, and listeners,
and they are blazing a trail for 21st-century music in Ireland.’ The Guardian
Eve Lalor, PR & Marketing Officer Tel: 086 3387901
The Irish Composers’ Collective was founded in 2003 and is a non-profit organisation
dedicated to providing Irish composers with a community for information,
education and the pooling of resources in order to create concerts of their music with professional musicians.
In particular, the Irish Composers' Collective strives to further the
professional development of their members at an early stage in their careers
and it has over 40 members from backgrounds as diverse as jazz, electronica and traditional music.
This event is in association with the National Concert Hall and is supported by the Arts Council.

Irish Composers’ Collective present Two Cellos – Ilse de Ziah & Lioba Petrie
24th January 2011 | Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin 2 | 8.30pm (pre-concert talk at
8pm) | Tickets €10 / €5 (conc.) from the National Concert Hall
Tickets €10 / €5 may be purchased from the National Concert Hall Box Office online at,
in person or by telephone on 01 4170000

Eve Lalor (PR & Marketing) 086 3387901 |
Natasa Peterson (Project Manager) 086 3711569 |
June 22nd, 2011 | David Bremner (Piano) and Elizabeth Hilliard (Voice) | 8.30pm (pre-concert talk 8.15pm) |
Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin 2

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