New Irish music at King’s Place

This Monday Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea bring a concert of contemporary Irish works for violin and piano to King’s Place. It’s the first of two violin and piano concerts devoted to new Irish music at the venue (the second, by Ioana Petcu-Colan and Michael McHale, is on 16 November) and promises a wide stylistic mix from the serial to the experimental. As well as Gerald Barry‘s ‘feverish stream of consciousness’ 1998, the concert includes world premières by Frank Corcoran, Raymond Deane and Andrew Hamilton, and recent pieces by Benjamin Dwyer, John McLachlan and Jennifer Walshe.
Gerald Barry 1998 ca’20
Raymond Deane New Work ca’5 world premiere
Benjamin Dwyer Movimientos 1 ca’6 UK premiere
John McLachlan Ghost Machine ca’6 UK premiere
Andrew Hamilton violin/piano ca’11 World premiere
Jennifer Walshe Theme from ca’8
Frank Corcoran Quasi Un Preludio (solo violin) ca’2 world premiere

More details and booking info here.


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