Crash Ensemble will present a collaboration with CoisCéim Dance Theatre and Fishamble: The New Play Company for Culture Night on 21 September.
Kaleidoscope Night returns on 6 September with a mix of Irish and American contemporary music, Debussy and Telemann.
The Classical, Music and Wired strands all focus on artists that fuse or defy genres, with an eclectic mix of international and Irish music.
Irish singer Michelle O'Rourke and cellist Kate Ellis have been selected to perform in the Huddersfield Short series in November, as part of the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
The CMC's new 'Live at Your Place' initiative begins on 21 June with a performance in the Traffic Control Unit of Dublin City Council.
Music by Schumann, Haydn, Laura Moody, David Fennessy and more features in the next Kaleidoscope Night, whilst new music::new Ireland features performances of previous Kaleidoscope commissions.
As Kate Ellis takes on the role of Co-Artistic Director of Crash Ensemble, Stephen Graham talks to her about her many exciting musical projects, from her residency at Cork Opera House, to her monthly 'music salon', Kaleidoscope Ni
Cellist and curator Kate Ellis has been announced as the new Co-Artistic Director of Crash Ensemble, a position she will hold alongside current Artistic Director, Donnacha Dennehy.
The third of these pop-up events features music from Kate Ellis, Laura Sheehan and Linda Buckley.
Musica Nova is a semesterly contemporary music series of the Department of Music and Creative Media at the Dundalk Institute of Technology. Crash Ensemble cellist and Kaleidoscope curator Kate Ellis appears on 1 December.