New Music Digest: 24 – 30 November

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Events This Week:

The Contemporary Music Centre Salon features the Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble.

  • 26 Nov, 6pm, Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall
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Brian Irvine‘s A Most Peculiar Wintry Thing, written for children and presented by Music Network and The Ark, is performed this week

  • 25-27 Nov, 10.15am, The Ark, Temple Bar, Dublin
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Cellist Leonard Elsenbroich continues his Music Network tour, in a programme that features a work by Kevin Volans

  • 25 Nov, 8pm, Station Theatre, Clifden
  • 26 Nov, 8pm, Aula Maxima, NUI Galway
  • 27 Nov, 8pm, Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar
  • 28 Nov, 8pm, Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny
  • 29 Nov, 8pm, Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire
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Ergodos present another Santa Rita Concert with Seán Mac Erlaine, at which he will launch his second album on the label, called A Slender Song

  • 26 Nov, 8pm, The Little Museum of Dublin, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin
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The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival takes place this week, with one concert featuring a performance of a work by Paul McGuire.

  • 21 – 30 Nov, Huddersfield, UK
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A work by Ann Cleare, titled luna (the eye that opens the other eye), will be performed by saxophonist Patrick Stadler in Germany

  • 27 Nov, 8pm, Popakademie, Mannheim, Germany

Also in Germany, Clear has an electronic work featured in the IMATRONIC Festival of Electronic Music

  • 28 Nov, 8pm, KZM, Karlsruhe, Germany

Ian Wilson‘s series with the Vanbrugh Quartet, Scoring History, continues with a programme based on solitude.

  • 28 Nov, 6pm, Engineering Library, National Concert Hall, Dublin
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A choral concert with Voci Nuove and Laetare Vocal Ensemble called There will be peace includes works by Rhona Clarke, Ben Hanlon and Ciaran Hope

  • 28 Nov, 8pm, Unitarian Church, Dublin 2
  • 29 Nov, 8pm, Cork Vision Centre, Cork
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Exaudi give Garrett Sholdice‘s recent work Col Tuo Lume another performance following its premiere last month

  • 29 Nov, 7.30pm, Department of Music, Durham University, Durham, UK
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News:

The music website Goldenplec has featured a number of the artists and composers of the Irish Composers’ Collective, including video interviews

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