Their second festival will take place in the NCH on March 6 — 9, As part of the festival, NMD will also have a schedule of workshops, masterclasses and other events facilitated by CMC. Composers are now invited to apply to take part in the following: Jennifer Walshe Masterclasses and Collaborative sound and visual works. The integration of the body, movement and visual elements in music ranging from chamber works through to opera. Irish composer Jennifer Walshe will give a talk about her work and will then work with 4 composers. Applicants must have a minimum of a third-level qualification or equivalent experience in composition. They will work on a piece with Jennifer Walshe that uses visual elements. This can be a piece for ensemble or one that the composer performs themselves. Personal statement: this should be about your interest in working with theatrical and visual elements, and about the piece you want to discuss at the masterclass. You should also outline why taking part in the masterclass would be beneficial to your professional development.
Music Generation presents: National Summer Celebration 2020
The Arditti Quartet enjoys a worldwide reputation for their spirited and technically refined interpretations of contemporary and earlier 20th century music. The whole piece is played in complete darkness, the musicians can see neither their music nor their fellow performers. In this, his 80th birthday year, the distinctive, radical and uncompromising internationally acclaimed composer Harrison Birtwistle pays a rare visit to Dublin to celebrate one of his most iconic works. It was as a clarinettist that Birtwistle began his musical training, and the instrument has often figured prominently in his music. He founded the legendary Bang On A Can collective in the late s. German artist J. Andrew Zolinsky is not only a pianist of technical mastery and interpretive vision, but also a versatile pianist whose outstanding repertoire ranges from early classical works to the most avant-garde repertoire. To add a concert listing see here.
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