Royal Irish Academy of Music 'Young Artist Programme' concert

Royal Irish Academy of Music 'Young Artist Programme' concert

Saturday, 26 March 2022, 7.30pm
Added by Kieran Owens

Featuring Sarah Brazil (violin), Lucy Byrne (piano), Charlotte Croke (piano), Adam Joyce (cello), Lelia May (saxophone), Joe O’Grady (piano), Elizabeth Troup (cello) and Margaret Troup (trumpet)

This opening concert of Farmleigh’s 2022 season will feature eight brilliant young students who are currently engaged in the Young Artist Programme at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. Featured in the presentation will be music by Haydn, Chopin, Liszt and Piazzolla.

The Young Artist Programme is designed to nurture high potential pre-college talents aspiring to professional training. It targets post-Grade 8 secondary school students aged approximately 15-18 years. Places are allocated by audition and are limited to 25 students at any one time. The programme is for two years with an option to further re-audition if under 18 at the time.

This concert offers classical music lovers the opportunity of witnessing the very beginnings of the careers of those who will become the outstanding talents of the future.

Tickets can be purchased from the Motor House information centre at Farmleigh or through here:

Photograph: Joe O’Grady (piano), winner of the prestigious 2021 Lucien and Maura Teissier Scholarship

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