Unsuk Chin, Simon Holt and James Clarke are featured in a programme of contemporary music. Presented by Andrew Zolinsky, the award-winning British pianist known for his involvement in contemporary music internationally, the programme brings together some of the most exciting piano music of the last sixty years. Zolinsky is best known for his performances of the works of the Korean composer Unsuk Chin, whose Six Études will receive their Irish premiere at the concert.
The recital takes place at 8.30 on 5 October at the Kevin Barry Room of the National Concert Hall. Tickets cost €10/€5 (concession).
James Clarke: Island (1999 - Irish premiere).
Stockhausen: Klavierstuck No.5 (1954).
Stockhausen: Klavierstuck No.7 (1954).
Unsuk Chin: Six Etudes (Irish premiere) .
No.1 - In C (1999, revised 2003).
No.2 - Sequenzen (1995/2003).
No.3 - Scherzo ad libitum (1995/2003).
No.4 - Scalen (1995/2003).
No.5 - Toccata (2003).
No.6 - Grains (2000).
Sciarrino: Sonata No.2 (1983).
James Clarke: Untitled No.3 (2006 - Irish premiere).
Simon Holt: A book of colours.
No.1 - duendecitos (1988).
No.2 - figurine (1991).
No.3 - a shapeless flame (1992).
No.4 - some distant chimes (1992).
No.5 - the thing that makes ashes (1993).
Published on 2 October 2012