New Music Digest: 11 – 17 March

Events this week

The BBC Concert Orchestra premiere Anne-Marie O’Farrell‘s Rann do Trí, winning entry in their Baroque remix competition.

  • 11 March, 7.30pm, The Roundhouse, London
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The Decibel ensemble, directed by Ed Bennett, perform two concerts of new music by UK and Irish composers.

  • 11 March, 7.30pm, King’s Place, London
  • 12 March, 7.30pm, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham
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The North/South Chamber Orchestra will premiere Frank Corcoran‘s Variations on Myself in New York.

The Irish Composers’ Collective present a free concert of members performing their own music.

  • 14 March, 7.30pm, Katherine Brennan Hall, RIAM.
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Vincent Kennedy‘s Chronicles of Meath will be premiered by the Meath Harp Ensemble

  • 15 March, 8pm, Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co. Meath
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The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and guests present a concert of Shaun Davey‘s music.

  • 15 March, 8pm, National Concert Hall

Dylan Rynhart‘s improvising Fuzzy Logic Smalltet perform music by the composer and others.

  • 16 March pm, Centre for Creative Practices, Pembroke St, Dublin

Deirdre Gribbin’s The Binding of the Years receives in London premiere by the BBC Symphony Orchestra with Finghín Collins.

  • 15 March, 7pm, Maida Vale Studios, London
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The UCD Symphony Orchestra perform John Kinsella’s Nocturne in Mannheim.

  • 17 March, 8pm, Mannheim University, Mannheim, Germany

Paul Roe (clarinet) and Finghín Collins (piano) will perform a programme of contemporary music at Sundays@Noon.

  • 17 March, 12pm, Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin

Gerald Barry’s opera The Importance of Being Earnest will receive its first fully staged performance in France.

  • 17 March, 3pm, Opéra National de Lorraine, Nancy, France
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Watch

A introduction to the Creative Labs and 1:1 concerts which took place as part of the recent New Music Dublin festival on 3 March 2013 in the National Concert Hall.

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