Sundays@Noon - Cassiopeia Winds

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Sunday, 26 September 2021, 12.00pm

Filmed live from the sculpture hall in the Hugh Lane Gallery, Parnell Square

Cassiopeia Winds:

Catriona Ryan - flute
Matthew Manning - oboe
Deirdre O'Leary - clarinet
John Hearne - bassoon
Cormac Ó hAodáin - french horn


Alexander von Zemlinsky: Humoreske (Rondo)

W A Mozart: Adagio & Allegro

Jonathan Nangle: The Sun hovered briefly on the horizon
(world premier)

Valerie Coleman: Red Clay & Mississippi Delta

Amy Beach: Pastorale

Adele O’Dwyer: Three Chromatic Miniatures (world premier)

Luciano Berio: Opus Number Zoo

Cassiopeia Winds was founded in 2010 by five friends with a desire to dive into the glorious repertoire of wind chamber music of the past 250 years. At its heart is a quintet of players whose members are among the finest in the country. Their performances are marked by sensitivity and virtuosity. Their passion, idiosyncratic humour and their sheer joy of performing together is shared by their audience. The programme includes two world premiers: Jonathan Nangle : The Sun hovered briefly on the horizon and Adele O’Dwyer: Three Chromatic Miniatures which will be introduced by the composers themselves.

We are looking forward to resuming our live concerts in the sculpture hall from October 10th with limited availability. Tickets (free) will be available from October 1st. Please subscribe to the newsletter and check the gallery’s website for

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