New Music Digest: 19 – 24 November

Events This Fortnight

A Kiss for All The World is a concert by the UCD Symphony Orchestras, Choral Scholars and Philharmonic Choir, including a commission Toile Brûlée by UCD alumnus Séan Clancy.

  • 19 November, 8:00pm, National Concert Hall, Dublin
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The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival continues this week, with an all-Irish concert by ensemble-in-residence Crash Ensemble, featuring works by Ed Bennett, Gerald Barry, Linda Buckley, Andrew Hamilton, and Kevin Volans.

  • 19 November, 9:00pm, University of Huddersfield, UK
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Also at Huddersfield Festival is a performance by mezzo-soprano Michelle O’Rourke with Kate Ellis of pieces by Judith Ring and Garrett Sholdice.

  • 19 November, 11:40am, Creative Arts Building Atrium, University of Huddersfield, UK
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Dublin Sound Lab present reSounding Dublin, a concert of new pieces for organ and electronics by Fergal Dowling, David Bremner, Rob Canning and Gráinne Mulvey.

  • 21 November, 8:00pm, St. Werburgh’s Church, Dublin
  • Pre-concert talk at the Contemporary Music Centre, 6:30pm
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Diatribe Records release their new compilation of Irish electronic music, Tronix One, featuring tracks by Linda Buckley, Enda Bates and Nick Roth.

  • 23 November, 8:00pm, The Fumbally, Dublin
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The Seventh Sonic Vigil, curated by Mick O’Shea and Danny McCarthy, takes place in Cork and features performances by the Quiet Music Ensemble, and works by Karen Power, David Stalling, Francis Heery, among others.

  • 24 November, 3:00-9:00pm, St Anne’s Church, Shandon, Cork
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Crash Ensemble present a concert of works by Linda Buckley.

  • 24 November, 8:00pm, Tinahely Courthouse Arts Centre, Tinahely
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Watch

Dublin Sound Lab Co-Director Fergal Dowling and composer Rob Canning talk about the reSounding Dublin concert on 21 November.

Listen

Daniel Jacobson and Nick Roth of Diatribe Records talk about the upcoming release of Tronix 1


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