Programme

  • Thursday 12 September 2019 - 7:30 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Irish Chamber Orchestra: Short Stories

    Mozart’s brief, poignant and rarely programmed Masonic Funeral Music partners Hindemith’s achingly beautiful Trauermusik, his best work, commissioned for a live broadcast, following the death of George V. Mozart adds his own voice to Bach’s music, paying tribute to the master of fugue while Australian Brett Dean’s Short Stories, five evocative abstract miniatures, serve as interludes in between. 

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  • Thursday 10 October 2019 - 7:30 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Bangers and Crash Percussion Group

    The Bangers and Crash Percussion Group is a collective of Irish percussionists who regularly collaborate for a wide range of projects. For this concert, three young and energetic virtuosos – Alex Petcu, Emma King and Brian Dungan – cook up a menu of new music which will tickle tastebuds and defy expectations.

    Presented in association with Music Network.

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  • Thursday 17 October 2019 - 7:30 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Macdara O Searadáin (clarinet) & Gintaras Januševičius (piano)

    Gershwin Blues from American in Paris
    Bernstein/Hawley West Side Story
    Poulenc Clarinet Sonata
    Bax Clarinet Sonata
    Glick Suite Hébraïque for clarinet and piano
    Chasins Three Chinese Pieces
    Puccini/Giacomo Tosca Fantasie

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  • Thursday 7 November 2019 - 7:30 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Finghin Collins

    Mozart Sonata in A major, K.331 “Alla Turca”
    Ros Tapestry Suite – a selection by 3 or 4 female composers
    Schubert Sonata in A major, D. 959

    Finghin Collins, Piano

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  • Saturday 9 November 2019 - 7:30 pm
    City Hall, Cork
  • Cork Fleischmann Symphony Orchestra

    Ina Boyle Sea Poem
    Elgar Cello Concerto
    Elgar Sea Pictures
    Debussy La Mer

    Cork Fleischmann Symphony Orchestra
    Christopher Marwood (cello) | Raphaela Mangan (mezzo soprano)
    Keith Pascoe (conductor)

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  • Thursday 14 November 2019 - 7:30 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Navarra String Quartet

    Since its formation in 2002, the Navarra Quartet has built an international reputation as one of the most dynamic and poetic string quartets of today. For this concert, titled “Love and Death”, the programme features contrastive masterpieces by SchubertJanáček, Turina and Puccini, plus two sublime works from the acclaimed contemporary Hungarian composer György Kurtág.

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  • Saturday 16 November 2019 - 1:10 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Cork School of Music Symphony Orchestra

    The Cork School of Music Symphony Orchestra presents a FREE lunchtime concert featuring works by English composers Malcolm Arnold, Gustav Holst and Edward Elgar. Conor Palliser conducts and cellist Zoë Nagle, winner of CSM Senior Recital Competition 2019, is the featured soloist.

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  • Thursday 28 November 2019 - 7:30 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Mairead Hickey (violin) & Michael McHale (piano)

    Mozart Violin Sonata No.21 in E minor, K.304
    Bach Chaconne from Partita No.2 in D minor, BWV 1004
    Debussy Violin Sonata in G minor, L.140
    Schubert Impromptus, D.899, No.3 in G flat, No.2 in E flat
    Schubert Fantasy in C major for violin and piano, D.934

    Mairead Hickey (violin)
    Michael McHale (piano)

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  • Wednesday 18 December 2019 - 7:30 pm
    Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
  • Madrigal 75 Christmas Concerts

    CHRISTMAS CONCERT No.1: WEDNESDAY 18 DECEMBER
    CHRISTMAS CONCERT No.2: THURSDAY 19 DECEMBER

    Madrigal ’75 presents their ever-popular Christmas Concerts featuring a stunning selection of seasonal choral music. Madrigal ’75’s repertoire will include both rarely performed works alongside Christmas classics, with music spanning the ages from early to contemporary.

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