Two concerts in Dublin City Libraries as part of One City One Book – featuring Royal Irish Academy of Music Miriam Kaczor (flute), Evelina Ndlova (electric piano) and Margaret Bridge, (choral conductor with a choir of eight singers), presented by composer Benjamin Dwyer
In celebration of James Plunkett’s Stumpet City being the chosen book for One City One Book 2013 and to mark the influence of Dublin City, which is at the heart of Plunkett’s novel, on Irish composers the Contemporary Music Centre has devised a concert of live music. In association with the Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM), the Contemporary Music Centre presents this concert programme in two Dublin City libraries on
Wednesday 24th April from 1-2pm in Central Library, Ilac Centre. Admission free. Booking essential. Tel: 01 8734333 Email: ei.yticnilbud@yrarbilcisum
Thursday 25th April from 1-2pm in Rathmines Library. Admission free. Booking essential. Tel: 01 4973539 Tel: ei.yticnilbud@yrarbilsenimhtar
This exciting project is funded by the Dublin City Council Arts Office Arts Grants 2012 and supported by the Dublin City Council Library Development Office.
Curated by Irish Composer Benjamin Dwyer, the concert programme will be performed by Miriam Kaczor (flute), Evelina Ndlova (electric piano), Vincent Kennedy (trumpet), alongside a choir of eight singers (Robyn Richardson, Sarah McCourt, Zosia Kucyńska, Heather Fogarty, Richard Bridge, Richard Shaffrey, Robbie Blake, Pascal Kennedy) conducted by Margaret Bridge. Professor Benjamin Dwyer will introduce each concert and set the context for each piece of music performed. Featured Irish composers Michael Holohan and Vincent Kennedy will make further contributions including the world premiere of Vincent Kennedy’s “s-Trumpet City”.