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Pianist and composer Conor Linehan will perform a concert which will include a showing of work in progress 'Madame Violante's Commodious Booth' and a piece for piano and dancer based on Ravel's cycle 'Le Tombeau de Couperin' featuring Emma O'Kane. This performance is one of a series of free concerts resulting from the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Musicians-in-Residence 2018, a scheme jointly funded by the Arts Council, and managed by Music Network.
Conor Linehan, piano
Emma O'Kane, dance
Conor Linehan is a pianist and composer based in Dublin. As a pianist, he has performed with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Dublin Philharmonic and Crash Ensemble amongst others. He has written scores for theatre companies Druid Shakespeare (Lincoln Center Festival), The Abbey, Royal Shakespeare Company, British National Theatre, The Gate Theatre, the Lyric Theatre in Belfast, Liverpool Playhouse, Hampstead Theatre, Coisceim Dance Theatre, The Corn Exchange and Siren Productions. He was awarded the 2010 Irish Times Theatre Award (with Ben Delaney) for Best Sound Design for his score for The Last Days of A Reluctant Tyrant by Tom Murphy. Conor is a member of the piano faculty of the Royal Irish Academy of Music and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Performance in association with Trinity College Dublin.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Musicians-in-Residence 2018 scheme jointly funded by the Arts Council, and managed by Music Network.
Published on 20 July 2018