New Music Digest: 15 – 21 September

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Events This Week

Culture Night takes place on 19 September and features an evening of performances in CMC along with new music performances throughout the country.

  • 19 Sept
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Kate Ellis

Kate Ellis

Ergodos begin their new curated concert series, The Santa Rita Concerts, with a solo performance by cellist Kate Ellis.

  • 18 Sep, 8pm, The Little Museum of Dublin, St. Stephen’s Green
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Dublin Sound Lab present two events as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival: Places, a travelling performance of Peter Ablinger’s Three Places work, and Responses, a concert of responses to Ablinger’s work by four Irish composers.

  • Places: 17 Sep, 8pm, beginning at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, visiting Dublin Fruit Market and St Michan’s Church
  • Responses: 18 Sep, 8pm, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin
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The Irish Composers’ Collective present a workshop on composition for double bass with Malachy Robinson.

  • 17 Sep, 7.30pm, Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall
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Trittico ensemble will premiere a new version of Ian Wilson‘s red over black (’Unterwelt’ part III) in the UK

  • 17, 8pm, 1901 Arts Club, London, England
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Meet The Composer: Sarah O’Halloran

We profile some of the composers who have been accepted for CMC representation over the last year.

Sarah O’Halloran is an artist in residence at George Washington University in Washington D.C. She is also a doctoral candidate in Composition and Computer Technology at the University of Virginia. Her work has been performed by ensembles including Dither, VERGE, Ensemble MAE, SEM Ensemble, Princeton Laptop Orchestra, and orkest de ereprijs.

Her work Cream (2012) for electric guitar quartet  was premiered by Dither at Christ Episcopal Church, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA in 2012.

Listen to this and other works on Sarah O’Halloran’s SoundCloud page: https://soundcloud.com/sarahohalloran

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