• Dublin

In this concert the seven composers and five soloists involved in this project reveal the results of their extended in-depth collaborations, and present seven new works exploring new instrumental resources mediated by electronic forces. Each work, although developed separately in one-to-one relationships, was also developed in a parallel process, with all composers meeting regularly to discuss and exchange ideas. The group also met online in a series of roundtable discussions throughout 2021 with festival guest composers Alexander Schubert (who is featured in Zubin Kanga's Wiki-Piano concert) and Brigitta Muntendorf (who is featured composer in Lina Andonovska's Public Privacy flute concert).


Se�n O'D�laigh, new work with Marja Gaynor (for Baroque viola and electronics, 2021)

Elis Czerniak, "and the Acceptance of Death" (for bass flute, bass clarinet, cello and electronics)

Jane Deasy, new work with Ilse de Ziah (for cello and electronics, 2021)

Gr�inne Mulvey, "Texts for a Civil War" with Joe O'Farrell (for bass flute and electronics, 2021)

Darragh Kelly, new work with Darragh Morgan (violin, 2021)

Paul Scully, new work with Paul Roe (clarinet and electronics, 2021)

Neil O'Connor, Frisson / Rapture with Paul Roe (for bass clarinet and Morphagene synthesizer, 2021)

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