Bloomsday - A celebration of James Joyce in music and literature

Bloomsday - A celebration of James Joyce in music and literature

Wednesday, 16 June 2021, 6.30pm

Aylish Kerrigan, Mezzo Soprano and Ulrike Neubacher, Harp
Günter Eyb and George Burden, Readings

Our Bloomsday Programme presents Irish ballads and harp solos from the time of James Joyce and readings from Ulysses in both English and German. The contemporary work ‘Smiling Like That…’ by the renowned Irish composer, Rhona Clarke, is a setting of Molly Bloom’s monologue at the end of the novel. It was composed for Aylish Kerrigan and commissioned by the Finglas Arts Council, Dublin.

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