ChamberFest Dublin: Coffee Concert

ChamberFest Dublin: Coffee Concert

Wednesday, 27 April 2022, 11.00am

ChamberFest DUBLIN is one of the Royal Irish Academy of Music’s flagship events. This ambitious and student-led festival offers audiences morning, lunchtime, and evening opportunities to experience the RIAM’s third level students performing an exhilarating mix of chamber music concerts.

The 2022 Festival features 36 chamber music groups in 12 live concerts of works by Beethoven, Haydn, Shostakovich, Dvorak, Debussy, Mozart and more, alongside contemporary works by Irish composers Amanda Feery and Jonathan Nangle and lesser-heard works by Amy Beach, Mel Bonis, Samuel Coleridge Taylor and Jan Dismas Zelenka. The programme explores themes of interculturality, a journey through Baroque Europe, and celebrates collaboration through 'side-by-side' performances with RIAM Faculty and the first performance under our new strategic partnership with Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris under the Ireland-France Joint Plan of Action signed in August 2021 during the visit of President Macron to Ireland.

Vassily Brandt: Country Pictures
Erick Castillo, trumpet; Aoife Garry, trumpet; Grace Taite, trumpet; Jack O'Reilly, trumpet 

Reinhold Glière: Five pieces from Huit Morceaux, Op.39
Leila Clarke-Carr, violin; Xabier Extebarria Rodriguez, double bass 

Mauro Giuliani: Variations for violin and guitar, Op.24
Klaudija Antonia Đikić, violin; Alessandro Loro, guitar 

Mel Bonis: Suite en Trio, Op. 59
KeDeCi Trio: Ciara Corrigan-Margetts, flute; Kevin Meehan, violin; Dean Kelly, piano  

Luiz Bonfa: Black Orpheus (Arr. For four trumpets)
Erick Castillo, trumpet; Aoife Garry, trumpet; Grace Taite, trumpet; Jack O'Reilly, trumpet 

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Published by RIAMDublin on 8 April 2022

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