Events This Week:
The Association of Irish Composers presents David Bremner in an Irish Canon recital of music for organ by Irish composers on St. Fin Barre’s newly restored organ
- 14 Jun, 8.30pm, St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork
Gerald Barry‘s Piano Concerto will be performed in Birmingham by Nicolas Hodges and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Adès
- 11 Jun, 8pm, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
Ronan Guilfoyle‘s Quartet will perform his work Counterpoints as part of the Counterpoints – Joyce in Paris programme.
- 15 Jun, 8pm, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris
The Great Saunter, part of the KBC Great Music in Irish Houses festival, sees performances of Brian Boydell‘s Work for soprano and harp in Smock Alley Theatre, and Charles Villiers Stanford‘s Sonata for Clarinet in the Hugh Lane Gallery
- 15 Jun, 12pm, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
- 15 Jun, 3pm, Smock Alley Theatre
A short film opera by Brian Irvine, titled Ordinary Day, will be premiered as part of the Carlow Arts Festival
- 15 Jun, 7pm, George Bernard Shaw Theatre, Carlow
The Dublin Guitar Quartet launch their debut album with music by Philip Glass, Arvo Part, and Irish band The Redneck Manifesto, among others
- 11 Jun, 8pm, Odessa Club, Dublin
Screen Nights begins a series of screenings of films examining the works of significant composer/arrangers in different genres by Brian Cross
- 14 Jun, 7.30pm, Centre for Creative Practices
Meet the Composer: June Armstrong
We profile some of the composers who have been accepted for CMC representation over the last year.
June Armstrong began composing piano music for her piano students in 2009, specialising in educational music. Her compositions range from complete beginner standard to diploma level. She studied music at Queen’s University Belfast.
An excerpt of this work can be heard on the composer’s website.
Recordings of David Bremner’s Irish Canon programme.