Events This Week
NCAD in association with the Contemporary Music Centre presents a symposium on music and film, Arts, Music and the Sonic.
- 5 Nov, 5.30pm, National College of Art and Design, Dublin
The Chatham Saxophone Quartet embark on their Music Network Tour, with a programme including music by Ian Wilson.
- 5 Nov, 8pm, The Boys School at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin
- 6 Nov, 8pm, Solstice Arts Centre, Navan
- 7 Nov, 8pm, Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge
- 9 Nov, 3pm, Duiske Abbey, Graiguenamanagh
- 10 Nov, 8pm, Station House Theatre, Clifden
- 11 Nov, 8pm, Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar
Gerald Barry’s award-winning opera The Importance of Being Earnest finishes its Irish tour. The composer will also give a lecture about the opera at TCD’s Music Composition Centre
- Talk: 6 Nov, 6.30pm, Music Composition Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
- Performance: 8/9 Nov, 8pm, Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
The second event in the Association of Irish Composers‘ concert series takes place at St. Patrick’s Drumcondra, with Irish music for piano (David Bremner) and voice (Elizabeth Hilliard).
- 6 Nov, 1.15pm, St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra
Pianist/composer Philip Martin will perform a recital at the National Concert Hall, including his own Visions of the Night (3 Nocturnes)
- 6 Nov, 8pm, National Concert Hall
The music, dance and visuals event Perpetual Motion, curated by Fractal Music Dublin takes place at the Odessa Club.
- 7 Nov, 8pm, Odessa Club Members Bar, Dame Court, Dublin
Dublin Sound Lab’s production of Kaija Saariaho’s Maa, The Mirrors of the Earth, takes place at the Project Arts Centre.
- 9 Nov, 8pm, Project Arts Centre
Dave Flynn and the Clare Memory Orchestra premieres the composers’ The Clare Concerto
- 8 Nov, 8pm, Glór, Ennis
The Sligo Academy of Music Orchestra and the Music Generation Sligo Youth Choir will perform the new collaborative work Where never lark, nor even eagles flew, written with composer Brian Irvine.
- 10 Nov, 2pm, Hawkswell Theatre, Sligo
Feeding Time, with music by Jenn Kirby and dance by Hiromi Okumura and Danielle Eastman which will be shown as part of Perpetual Motion.