New Music Digest: 26 January – 1 February 2015

HDIAEvents This Week

The next RTÉ Horizons concert continues, featuring the music of Philip Hammond, including the premiere of a new work

  • 27 Jan, 1.05pm, National Concert Hall
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The Royal Northern College of Music is hosting a two-day festival of the music of Gerald Barry.

  • 27-28 Jan, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
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The Fidelio Trio play concerts in London that feature Ed Bennett‘s work Slow Down, and Ekstase II by Benedict Schlepper-Connolly

  • 27 Jan, 8pm, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • 28 Jan, 8pm, Rambert, London

The Association of Irish Composers presents a concert by composer-performer Raymond Deane, featuring music for piano by fellow Irish composers

  • 29 Jan, 8.30pm, Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall
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The AIC also present the first event in an exchange project called Zooming: Ireland with the Polish ensemble Sepia performing Irish and Polish works

  • 1 Feb, 12pm, Sundays@Noon, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
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Ergodos present a performance by fiddle-player Toner Quinn as part of their Santa Rita concert series

  • 29 Jan, 7pm, Little Museum of Dublin, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin
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A programme called Modern Irish Music at the RIAM features music by Deirdre McKay, Kevin O’Connell, Jane O’Leary, Eric Sweeney, Nick Roth and Matthew Whiteside

  • 30 Jan, 7pm, Royal Irish Academy of Music
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David Bremner and Mark Redmond perform the music from l’air du temps | the spirit of the times, featuring traditional music, French organ music and new compositions by Bremner

  • 30 Jan, 6.30pm, Christ Church Cathedral Dublin
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Jennifer Walshe launches her new project Historical Documents of the Irish Avant-Garde

  • 31 Jan, 8pm, Little Museum of Dublin, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin
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Listen

A live performance from the Iride Project (Massimo Davi) and Cork City Gamelan at Sonic Arts Waterford 2014.

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