New Music Digest: 11 – 17 November

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Events this Week

The Contemporary Music Centre hosts an exhibition about Contemporary Irish Opera for the Library Ireland Week 2013

  • 12 – 15 Nov, 10am – 5.30pm, The Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin
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A new piano work by Jane O’Leary is premiered by Korean pianist Ah Ruem Ahn as part of Music for Galway’s International Concert Season.

  •  14 Nov, 8pm, Aula Maxima, NUI Galway
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Bill Dowdall will perform a recital at Dundalk Institute of Technology as part of the Association of Irish Composers’ Irish Canon concert series.

  • 14 Nov, 2.30pm, Dundalk Institute of Technology
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Close on the heels of the performances of his opera, Gerald Barry will have a new piano concerto premiered in Germany

  • 15 Nov, 8pm, Herkulesaal, Munich, Germany

A concert in SARC will feature electronic music by Belfast composer Iain McCurdy, including a premiere of a new piece for trombone and electronics.

  • 13 Nov, 5pm, Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queens University Belfast
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The Irish Composers’ Collective present the Dublin Laptop Orchestra, playing new music by Irish composers.

  • 13 Nov, 8.30pm, Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall
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Dublin Sound Lab‘s Mirrors of the Earth will receive its second performance, this time in Bray.

  • 14 Nov, 8pm, Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray
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The Gildas Quartet will perform Northern Irish composer Harry Whalley‘s Entangled Music

  • 16 Nov, 7.30pm, Reid Concert Hall, Edinburgh
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DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama mark the centenary of Joseph Groocock‘s birth with a concert and talk

  • 13 Nov, 12.30pm, John Field Room, National Concert Hall
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The Juice Vocal Ensemble  perform Peter Moran‘s Five Juice Songs in the US

  • 12 Nov, Subculture, New York
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A recording of Juice Ensemble performing one of the five songs written for them by Peter Moran.

A recording of a set of three pieces written by Garrett Sholdice for guitarist Philip Lawson

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