Finding a Voice presents: Evlana – Water and Magic

Finding a Voice presents: Evlana – Water and Magic

Saturday, 9 March 2024, 7.30pm

Evlana: Water and Magic
Isabelle O’Connell (piano)
Sylvia O’ Brien (soprano)
William Dowdall (flute)
Paul Roe (clarinet)
Keith Pascoe (violin)
Yseult Cooper Stockdale (cello)
Alex Petcu (percussion)

Saturday, March 9, 2024, 7:30 pm
STAC Chapel, Clonmel

Hear some of Ireland’s most exciting and talented performers as they take us on a musical journey inspired by the themes of water and magic, with works by Siobhán Cleary, Lili Boulanger, Rebecca Clarke, Gemma Peacock and Jessie Montgomery.  A highlight of the concert will be the world première of Judith Ring’s The River Was Never Afraid, inspired by Clonmel’s River Suir, as well as the winning piece in the Finding a Voice/Contemporary Music Centre competition for emerging composers.


Elaine Agnew
 Seagull ( 2005)
Joan Trimble The Pool among the Rushes (1940)
Lili Boulanger D’un matin de printemps (1917)
Rebecca Clarke Seal Man (1922)
Keiko Abe Memories of the seashore (1984)
Siobhán Cleary Ondine (2013)
Deborah Cheetham Fraillon Permit me (2020)
Judith Ring The River Was Never Afraid (2024) [world première]
Gemma Peacock A Memory (2022)
Jessie Montgomery Rhapsody No. 1 (2014)
Joan Tower Petroushskates (1980)

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Published by Journal of Music on 27 February 2024

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