13 Vices: Interview with Brian Irvine and Jennifer Walshe

Composers Brian Irvine and Jennifer Walshe talk about their collaboration on the project, ’13 Vices’, a work for ensemble, improvisers, conductor and voice inspired in part by Mihail Chemiakin’s Children are the victims of adult vices, a series of grotesque sculptures located in a park in Bolotnaya Square, Balchug, 800 metres south of the Kremlin in Moscow.

Presented by Moving on Music, the work will be premiered in Belfast on 8 April 2015, and will tour to Derry on 9 April, Drogheda on 10 April, Dublin on 11 April and London on 12 April.

Performers are Jennifer Walshe (voice), Brian Irvine (conduction), the strings of the Red Note Ensemble (violin, viola, cello), Paul Dunmall (saxophone), Paul Rogers (double bass) and Mark Saunders (percussion).

Wed 8 April | The MAC, Belfast | 8pm | £12 – £17 | www.movingonmusic.com
Thu 9 April | Great Hall, Derry | 7.30pm | £10 /£6 | www.millenniumforum.co.uk
Fri 10 April| Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda | 8pm | €18/16 | www.droichead.com
Sat 11 April | National Concert Hall, Dublin | 5pm | €20 | www.nch.ie
Sun 12 April | King’s Place, London | 4pm | £12.50/9.50 | www.kingsplace.co.uk

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