Ahead of its premiere by the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra on 22 January 2016 at the National Concert Hall, Raymond Deane talks about working on his new RTÉ commission, ‘The Alma Fragments’.
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A performance by Concorde of Raymond Deane’s ‘Seachanges (with danse macabre)’, one of the prescribed works on the Leaving Certificate Music syllabus. Originally recorded in 2009 for the DVD ‘Order and Disorder’ by Arthur Sealy, the performance on the DVD features alongside an interview with the composer and an in-depth discussion of the work. Recording […]
The concert takes place at the MAC, Belfast from 8.15pm and is part Moving on Music and Belfast Music Society’s ‘Night Music’, a new series of concerts involving top Irish and Northern Irish musicians on the first Wednesday of each month. Pianist Thérèse Fahy will perform works by Siobhán Cleary, Raymond Deane and Gráinne Mulvey […]
The second release in CMC’s series new music::new Ireland will be launched at 6.00pm on 5 March at CMC by John Schaefer, presenter of WNYC’s New Sounds and SoundCheck. The launch will feature a live performance by violinist Darragh Morgan of one of the works included on the album, where distant city lights flicker on […]
The concert takes place on 29 January at the Kevin Barry Room at 8.30pm as part of the Association of Irish Composers’ Irish Composers on Irish Music, a new series of concerts and talks from Irish composers on their choice of music for their instrument. The programme features works by Fergus Johnston, Derek Ball, John McLachlan, Siobhán Cleary, […]
Handprint is a project involving the composition of six new works for piano for pianist Thérèse Fahy. Focusing on writing for smaller hands, while being no less technically and musically challenging, composers commissioned were Raymond Deane, Siobhán Cleary, Benjamin Dwyer, Gráinne Mulvey, Michael Holohan and Bill Whelan. The works were premiered earlier this year at […]