sfiiinx ♦ Dowry ♦ Rachael Lavelle

sfiiinx ♦ Dowry ♦ Rachael Lavelle

Saturday, 15 September 2018, 7.30pm

sfiiinx is a chamber pop ensemble that performs the music of Síobhra Quinlan. Síobhra will be debuting some newly recorded compositions alongside cellist, Yseult Cooper-Stockdale, drummer, Dylan Lynch and harpist Meabh McKenna in the intimate setting of MART Creative Hub, joined by Rachael Lavelle & Dowry.

Ergodos HQ,
MART Creative Hub,
Portobello,
D6

• • • BYOB • • •

Doors 7:30pm
Music 8-9pm

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Síobhra Quinlan is an Irish vocalist, composer and producer. Having completed an M. Phil in Composition at Trinity College Dublin in 2017, Síobhra was a participant on the 2017/2018 Female Conductor Programme at The National Concert Hall, and a mentee on the Irish Composers Collective Vocal Mentorship Programme with Michelle O'Rourke. 

Recent performances include The Divil's Music as part of the Judging Shaw exhibition at The Little Museum of Dublin and Fire Breathers at The National Gallery of Ireland with David Adams, reviving forgotten works of female singer-composers from 17C Italy. Internationally, Siobhra's work as a composer and performer includes Lingua  at Glogauair, Berlin, MySpam: Songs of Love  at ACUD Theatre as part of Dada in Berlin Festival and at Waschhaus, Potsdam, Ostinato Effect (collaborative project with Visual Artist, Elva Mulchrone) as part of the USB Shuffle Show, Intitut für alles Mögliche, Berlin, and a chamber-music concert series Melting Pot at Boxhagenerstrasse, Berlin and The Rag Factory, London. 

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Éna Brennan is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, songwriter, and graphic designer originally from Brussels. She has worked, be it as a performer, arranger or composer, with the Avalon Trio, Bad Sea, Bell X1, Co-Orch, Dulciana, Mornington Singers, New Dublin Voices, Paddy Hanna, Participant, Robinson Panoramic Quartet, Spudgun, Tandem Felix, Téada Orchestra, Trinity Orchestra, Trinity Singers, and Zoe Conway.

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Rachael Lavelle is a Dublin-bred singer and pianist. She has performed in venues across Ireland and abroad in Paris and Lisbon. In 2016 she received an M.Phil in Music and Media Technologies from Trinity College Dublin where she specialised in Composition. As a composer, Rachael has had works performed by RTÉ ConTempo Quartet, Téada Orchestra and Tonnta Vocal Ensemble. She is a member of the Irish Composers Collective. 

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Published on 5 September 2018

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