New Music Digest: 8 – 14 June

sacrumprofanumEvents This Week:

Benjamin Dwyer’s work SacrumProfanum with Kimberley Campanello receives its premiere at the Crescent Arts Centre as part of the Belfast Book Festival

  • 9 Jun, 8pm, Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast
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CMC hosts a public masterclass for Irish composers with percussionist Colin Currie following his performances as part of Great Music in Irish Houses

  • 10 Jun, 10am, Contemporary Music Centre, Fishamble Street, Dublin
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Kirkos present the second Blackout concert, focussed on Steve Reich’s Different Trains alongside works by Sean Clancy, Raymond Deane and Grainne Mulvey

  • 13 Jun, 10.30pm, Royal Irish Academy of Music, Westland Row, Dublin
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The Music Educators’ Orchestra, directed by Peter Moran, perform a concert of compositions by its members

  • 10 Jun, 10pm, Arthurs, Thomas St

Trio Invento premiere a new work by Nick Roth titled A Way A Lone A Last at Halleiner Festwochen

  • 13 Jun, 6pm,  Bürgerspitalkirche, Salzburg, Austria

The Blue Shroud Band perform a work written for them by Barry Guy in Germany

  • 13 Jun, 6pm, Kloster Falkenhagen, Germany

The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra with soloist Isabelle O’Connell will perform the RTÉ commission by John Kinsella,  Cúchulainn and Ferdia – Duel at the Ford

  • 12 Jun, 8pm, National Concert Hall, Dublin
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The Mornington Singers will perform a programme of choral music that features works by Sean Doherty and John Buckley

  • 13 Jun, 1pm, St. Anne’s Church, Dawson St., Dublin
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Listen:

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, a new radio art piece by Bernard Clarke, recent finalist in the prestigious Grand Prix Nova for Radio Art

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