Choral Music in Ireland: History & Evolution 2 // Darina McCarthy – ‘Gregorian Music in Three Parts, Please’ : Irish Catholic Church Music 1829-1918

Choral Music in Ireland: History & Evolution 2 // Darina McCarthy – ‘Gregorian Music in Three Parts, Please’ : Irish Catholic Church Music 1829-1918

Tuesday, 13 February 2018, 1.10pm

Chamber Choir Ireland in collaboration with Learning & Participation, National Concert Hall, will continue their popular Tuesday lunchtime lecture series curated by Stuart Kinsella, exploring the broad history of Irish choral music, both amateur and professional.

Talks will be given by Stuart Kinsella, Ita Beausang, Kerry Houston, David O’Shea, Darina McCarthy and Sandra Joyce. The talks will also include musical illustrations by members of Chamber Choir Ireland and will take place at 1.10pm in the National Concert Hall, every Tuesday starting 16 January.

16 Jan. – Stuart Kinsella– Choral Music in Ireland : Manuscripts & Musicologists
23 Jan. – Ita Beausang– Mr Handel comes to Town : Choral Music in Dublin 1660-1760
30 Jan. – Kerry Houston – Irish Cathedral Music : 1660-1800
6 Feb. – David O’Shea – Music and Musicians in the Church of Ireland : 1800-1922
13 Feb. – Darina McCarthy – ‘Gregorian Music in Three Parts, Please’ : Irish Catholic Church Music 1829-1918
20 Feb. – Sandra Joyce – Claisceadal : Traditional Song and Choral Music in Ireland

For further details and booking, visit https://goo.gl/F5ZMjN

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Published on 8 January 2018

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