CMC’s November Salon
The Contemporary Music Centre’s November Salon features the work of Trinity College Dublin’s young composers.
The performance, which takes place at Project on Saturday 13 November at 12.00 pm, has been given the title ‘Orbit’ and is curated by composer and lecturer in music technology and composition, Donnacha Dennehy.
The event offers an eclectic mix of new music from electronic to acoustic, reflecting the diversity and internationality of the composers, who are students of music and media technology in Trinity College Dublin.
Works to be performed are The Gateless Gate for voice, tape and live electronics by Grant Davidson Ford (Canada); The Crown Prince of Rikitea for two pianos by Thomas Elnaes (Norway); do you remember the planets? for viola and tape by Linda Buckley (Ireland); Ceol for flute, tape and live electronics by Benoit Granier (France); and a new work for tape, featuring sounds generated from prepared trumpet and prepared cello, by Hugh O’Neill (Ireland).
The pieces will be played by the composers themselves with Karen Dervan and Mary McCauge.
Orbit, an informal CMC Salon performance, takes place at Project, Dublin, on 13 November from 12.00 - 1.00 pm. Admission is free and all are welcome. Discussion continues informally in the coffee bar afterwards.
Further information: Karen Hennessy, CMC Promotion Manager. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
CMC’s Salon performances are made possible by the support of the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon. CMC would like to acknowledge the support of Project arts centre in making the venue available.