Introspection // Contemplative works by Brahms, Richter, Arnalds

Introspection // Contemplative works by Brahms, Richter, Arnalds

Friday, 24 May 2019, 7.00pm

The programme is a combination of classical and minimalist works for violin, piano and voice, within the overall theme of introspection, featuring a premiere by composer Aran O'Grady. As performers, we hope to provide an experience for the audience which is immersive, innovative and communicative. With this in mind, we chose an intimate and informal venue in which to present a unique programme.

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About the musicians...

Andrew Sheeran is a professional freelance violinist with Masters and Bachelor's Degrees from UL and Royal Irish Academy of Music respectively. As a member of Glasshouse, he can be heard performing throughout Ireland at festivals including Forbidden Fruit, All Together Now and Another Love Story.

Billy O'Brien is a Waterford native and recently represented Ireland at the 2018 Dublin International Piano Competition. He recently completed postgraduate studies in Paris Conservatoire, where he was awarded Prix d'Excellence as the highest placed piano student.

Ellie O'Neill is a singer-songwriter regularly performing in Dublin as well as abroad. She is currently working on her debut album, due to be released in late 2019.

Aran O'Grady has composed for RTE ConTempo Quartet, Guildhall Opera Company and Glasshouse. He was a finalist in the Alkema Composition Competition, and holds a BA in Music Composition from RIAM.
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Limited capacity so online booking is advised (see link below).

There will be a bar and some light snacks during the interval.
Please note doors open 7pm, concert starts at 7:30.
Afters in Neary's pub, Grafton St.

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Introspection // Contemplative works by Brahms, Richter, Arnalds

Published on 13 May 2019

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