Chamber Choir Ireland @ New Music Dublin 2021

Chamber Choir Ireland @ New Music Dublin 2021

Sunday, 25 April 2021, 7.00pm

Celebrating some of the best contemporary choral music from Ireland in recent years

Date: Sunday 25th April
Time: 7pm
Venue: Live streamed for free from Main Stage of National Concert Hall
Duration: 1hr

Chamber Choir Ireland
Andrew Synnott, 

David Fennessy (Ireland b. 1976) chOirland
Caroline Shaw (USA b. 1982) and the swallow (Irish premiere)
Pablo Ortiz (Argentina b.1956) Leaving Limerick in the Rain (EU premiere)
Rhona Clarke (Ireland b.1958) A Bit of Nonsense (World Premiere)
Ed Bennett (Ireland b.1975) No Noise, Nor silence (but one equal music) (World Premiere)
David Fennessy (Ireland b.1976) Ne Reminiscaris (Remember Not)
Siobhán Cleary (Ireland b. 1970) Theophilus Thistle and the Myth of Miss Muffet  

Headlining the programme with David Fennessy’s chOirland – written for Chamber Choir Ireland in 2002, the programme is made up of everything from John Donne to nonsense text  and tongue twisters.

Programmed by CCI’s Artistic Director, Paul Hillier, and following on from CCI’s 2021 St Patrick’s Day series ‘Celebrating Irish Composers’, we revisit some of the highlights of Chamber Choir Ireland’s Irish commissions with Siobhán Cleary’s Theophilus Thistle and the Myth of Miss Muffet, and David Fennessy’s Ne Reminiscaris from Triptych – recorded on the Naxos 2020 release Letters, and introduces the world premiere of Ed Bennett’s No Noise, Nor Silence (co-commissioned with Music For Galway/Galway 2020) and Rhona Clarke’s A Bit of Nonsense, as well as the Irish premiere of Caroline Shaw’s and the swallow and Pablo Ortiz’s Leaving Limerick in the Rain with text from Richard Blanco’s poem of the same name.


NMD 2021: Chamber Choir Ireland

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