New Music Digest: 3 – 9 March


Events This Week:

The New Music Dublin Festival takes place at the National Concert Hall, with performances of contemporary music by Crash Ensemble, Arditti Quartet, Andrew Zolinsky, RTÉ Symphony Orchestra, Jennifer Walshe and Thérese Fahy

  • 6 – 9 Mar, National Concert Hall Dublin
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ConTempo Quartet plays Donnacha Dennehy‘s Pushpulling as part of their ‘Fathers & Sons (Daughters) – Haydn, Father of the String Quartet and his 21st Century Irish Disciples’ series

  • 4 Mar, 1.10pm, Galway City Library, Galway

Dennehy‘s work (Bulb) will also be played by Fidelio Trio at a concert at St. Patrick’s College Drumcondra

  • 5 Mar, 1.15pm, St. Patrick’s College Drumcondra

…and finally Dennehy‘s Overstrung will be played at Kaleidoscope Night’s Bells & Whistles March concert.

  • 5 Mar, 8.30pm, Odessa Club, Dame Court, Dublin
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The Fidelio Trio will also workshop pieces selected from a call for scores of student composers at the Intervarsity Composition Forum

  • 7 Mar, 10am, St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra

The next Night Music concert with Moving on Music features new works by Ryan Molloy and Ann Cleare played by Carol McGonnell and Finghin Collins

  • 5 Mar, 8.15pm, The MAC, Belfast
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A new concerto by Garrett Sholdice for the Irish Chamber Orchestra will be premiered as part of their Haydn in Paris programme with Michael McHale

  • 6 Mar, 8pm, RDS Concert Hall, Dublin
  • 7 Mar, 8pm, University Concert Hall, Limerick
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A music and photographic exhibition with Karen Power and Chris Blade, featuring photos and recordings from Svalbard in the Arctic, will be held in Sunderland

  • 8 Mar, 10am, The National Glass Centre, Sunderland, UK
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Ann Cleare‘s unable to complete an offscreen world (b) will be performed in San Diego

  • 9 Mar, 8pm, UC San Diego CPMC Concert Hall, San Diego


Jennifer Walshe speaks about her New Music Dublin concert


An excerpt from Icebreaker’s Kraftwerk show with film and music, which will be performed at New Music Dublin

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