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Tue 02 Jul, 2019:
Roger Doyle: The Electrification of Night

At 70, Roger Doyle shows little sign of slowing down. An electronic music pioneer, he premiered his first opera in 2017, and this remarkable new...

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Tue 02 Jul, 2019:
Doyle: The Electrification of Night

At 70, Roger Doyle shows little sign of slowing down. An electronic music pioneer, he premiered his first opera in 2017, and this remarkable new...

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Mon 01 Apr, 2019:
David Fennessy: Panopticon; Piano Trio (Music for the pauses in a conversation between John Cage and Morton Feldman); 13 Factories; Hirta Rounds

There’s so much to admire, be intrigued, excited, engaged and pleased by in this fascinating collection of pieces by the Irish composer David...

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Fri 15 Jun, 2018:
Seán Mac Erlaine: Music for empty ears

Somewhere in the ether, Scandinavian noir, Irish melancholy, dyspeptic electronics and soulful saxophone have coalesced to create Seán Mac...

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Thu 29 Mar, 2018:
A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland – Electro-acoustic music by 13 Irish composers

A companion to 2013’s On the Nature of Electricity & Acoustics, the beautifully packaged A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland brings Dublin-based Heresy...

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Mon 05 Feb, 2018:
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No 6 in B minor, Op 74 (Pathétique)

Opening with an electronic click, and the suspicion we are missing a smidgen of the double-bass start, Teodor Currentzis is contrived in his approach,...

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Fri 07 Jul, 2017:
Jonathan Nangle: Pause

Delve into the title track of Jonathan Nangle’s hypnotic ‘Pause’ and you’ll find the ghost of Charles Ives. Prompted by two bars in the third...

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Fri 02 Jun, 2017:
Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works

Distilled from his score for choreographer Wayne McGregor’s ‘Woolf Works’, staged by the Royal Ballet in 2015, ‘Three Worlds’ finds Max...

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Tue 06 Dec, 2016:
Reich: Double Sextet; Radio Rewrite

These two recent works by Steve Reich demonstrate his recent style, closely related to his 70s/80s scores, but less complex in their phase shifting...

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Fri 30 Sep, 2016:
Roger Doyle: Frail Things in Eternal Places

Few composers balance improvisatory freedom and structural control so deftly as Roger Doyle. Or to such striking ends. Frail Things in Eternal Places...

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Wed 16 Sep, 2015:
Roger Doyle – Time Machine

Time Machine confirms Roger Doyle as Ireland’s leading composer. At 66, ‘the godfather of Irish electronic music’ remains a towering figure, one...

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Mon 27 Oct, 2014:
Aho: Concerto for Horn and Chamber Orchestra; Acht Jahreszeiten (Eight Seasons) – Concerto for Theremin and Chamber Orchestra

There can’t be many concertos for the theremin, an electronic musical-saw impressionist operated by contactless hands and fed to a loudspeaker. The...

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Thu 16 Oct, 2014:
Messiaen: Turangalîla-Symphonie

Given its world premiere in Boston in 1949, conducted by Leonard Bernstein (a rehearsal survives), Messiaen’s ten-movement Turangalîla-Symphonie,...

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Thu 20 Jun, 2013:
Messiaen: Turangalîla-Symphonie

Messiaen's Turangalîla, a symphony in ten movements for large orchestra with overflowing percussion, with a central concerto-like role for solo...

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