Evening Concert—ChamberFest Dublin 2019

Evening Concert—ChamberFest Dublin 2019

Thursday, 5 December 2019, 7.00pm

The Royal Irish Academy of Music is delighted to present the inaugural ChamberFest Dublin (Monday - Friday 13th December) helmed by RIAM Head of Strings and Chamber Music Sarah Sew.

The fortnight full of events—from public masterclasses to lunchtime and evening concerts in venues such as The Space Between, Lost Lane, the National Gallery, and the beautiful Georgian rooms of the Academy itself—will celebrate the sheer breadth and diversity of Chamber Music repertoire, with RIAM musicians performing a rich palette of works by composers from Bach to Beamish and everything in between.

This evening concert will feature:

Robin Holloway: Melody with Echo
Beethoven: Allegro from String Quartet in F major, op 59, Razumovsky
Mozart: Sonata for Bassoon and Cello in B flat major, K292
Beethoven: Allegro and Adagio cantabile from Oboe Trio, op 87
John Cage: Third Construction
Thom Hasenpflug: Bicksa

Performers: Glen Carr (trumpet), Nathan McDonnell (trumpet), Maria Jose Rojas Cruz (oboe),
Ziming Dong (oboe), Ben Gannon (cor anglais), Ciaran Hayes (bassoon), James O’Donovan
(cello), Erin Hennessey (violin), Inana Garris (violin), Andrew Sheeran (viola), Davide Forti (cello),
Cormac Horan (percussion), Ronan Scarlett (percussion), Chi-Hui Ho (percussion) and Niall
Tedders (percussion)

Admission to many of the events on the ChamberFest Dublin 2019 Programme is free of charge, and all can be booked at the box office below.

ChamberFest Dublin 2019 is supported by Michel Friocourt and The John Pollard Foundation. Photo by Chris Dowdall.



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