CMC celebrates love:live music – national music day


The Contemporary Music Centre has a fun filled day of live performance, audio-visual screenings, an outdoor Sound Gallery and an illustrated talk to celebrate love:live music – national music day, 8 April 2011. All events are free and all take place at the Centre’s premises in Fishamble Street.

The Centre’s celebrations will begin on the eve of love:live music with a talk by Irish composer Benjamin Dwyer (pictured here) on his major work, Crow from 6pm – 7pm, 7 April 2011 and love:live music celebrations on 8 April will culminate with the highlight of a screening of the full-length film version of Scenes from Crow, 6pm – 7pm.


The Centre’s day will also feature a specially compiled jukebox from the Centre’s call for submissions for love:live music in its outdoor Sound Gallery “Off the Rails”. This outdoor jukebox will kick-start love:live music day by playing the specially commissioned tune at noon and continue with the jukebox until 1pm.

A screening of Jennifer Walshes XXX_Live_Nude_Girls!!! – A Barbie Opera, will take place in the Centre’s library, 115pm and
Live performances will take place from 5pm, featuring Irish Composer Michael Holohan and musician Breifne Holohan performing on keyboards and electric guitar.

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