Crash Ensemble: You Heard It First @ New Music Dublin 2023

Crash Ensemble: You Heard It First @ New Music Dublin 2023

Friday, 21 April 2023, 3.00pm
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You Heard It First
Date: Friday 21st April
Time: 3.00pm
Venue: The Studio, National Concert Hall
Tickets €14 (€5 Students)

Crash Ensemble
Susan Doyle, flute/alto flute/piccolo
Leonie Bluett, clarinet/bass clarinet
Roddy O’Keeffe, trombone
Barry O’Halpin, guitar
Alex Petcu, percussion
Andrew Zolinsky, Máire Carroll, piano
Courtney Orlando, violin
Lisa Dowdall, viola
Killian White, cello
Caimin Gilmore, double bass

Ryan McAdams, conductor

Adrian Hart, audio producer
Laura Sheeran, visuals [Little Auditoriums]
Oisín McDonnell, visuals & Anselm McDonnell, visuals editor [Honnold]

Laura Hyland Sleep Piece (for Julia) (2023) [World Premiere]
Anselm McDonnell Honnold (2023) [World Premiere]
Úna Monaghan Little Auditoriums (2023) [World Premiere]
Amy Rooney Disequilibrium (2023) [World Premiere]
Yue Song Senses IV (2023) [World Premiere]

Curious ears are encouraged to join Crash Ensemble for this performance of five world premieres marking the culmination of Crash Works: a two-year commission and development hub for composers offered by the ensemble in partnership with New Music Dublin.

Those who attended NMD 2022 may have been lucky enough to witness the unique open session that explored preliminary musical sketches by Crash Works composers Laura Hyland, Anselm McDonnell, Úna Monaghan, Amy Rooney and Yue Song—and this year their hard work comes to fruition in a fascinating programme inspired by everything from sleep patterns to the natural environment, climbing, auditory systems, parallel happenings and the frequency of instruments in printed word.

Commissioned by Crash Ensemble and New Music Dublin with funds from the Arts Council of Ireland.

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