29th January 2013

1:05pm
Price : Free

ADDRESS

National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35314170000
info@nch.ie

WEB

www.nch.ie

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RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra Horizons 2013: Contemporary Music Series

RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

Featured composer: Jonathan Nangle

Gavin Maloney conductor

                

DONAL SARSFIELD  Between Wood and Water for string orchestra and tape [10’]

JONATHAN NANGLE  New Work: Damaging My Calm (world premiere) [10’]

JONATHAN NANGLE  Then falls thy Shadow for chamber ensemble and random shuffle playback system [5’]

JONATHAN NANGLE  Now is night come quietly [8’]

Horizons 2013: Contemporary Music Series

‘DAPPLED SUNLIGHT CAST THROUGH SUMMER FOLIAGE and the complex, evolving interplay between light and shadow as the breeze ruffles the treetops, the squeak of an old chair, night rain, white harmony, flowing lines, a shuffling iPod and slow moving chords. A peal of bells derived from the light cast by the afternoon sun and the enveloping blackness as day turns gently into night.’

Jonathan Nangle

12 noon: Sound Installation

Jonathan Nangle Trip the Light Fantastic

 

12.30pm: Composers in Conversation* (In the John Field Room)

Contemporary Music Centre Director Evonne Ferguson with composer Jonathan Nangle

 

*Composers in Conversation in association with Contemporary Music Centre

For more information see the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra website

 

RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra Horizons 2013: Contemporary Music Series

29th January 2013

1:05pm
Price : Free

ADDRESS

National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35314170000
info@nch.ie

WEB

www.nch.ie

Share

RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

Featured composer: Jonathan Nangle

Gavin Maloney conductor

                

DONAL SARSFIELD  Between Wood and Water for string orchestra and tape [10’]

JONATHAN NANGLE  New Work: Damaging My Calm (world premiere) [10’]

JONATHAN NANGLE  Then falls thy Shadow for chamber ensemble and random shuffle playback system [5’]

JONATHAN NANGLE  Now is night come quietly [8’]

Horizons 2013: Contemporary Music Series

‘DAPPLED SUNLIGHT CAST THROUGH SUMMER FOLIAGE and the complex, evolving interplay between light and shadow as the breeze ruffles the treetops, the squeak of an old chair, night rain, white harmony, flowing lines, a shuffling iPod and slow moving chords. A peal of bells derived from the light cast by the afternoon sun and the enveloping blackness as day turns gently into night.’

Jonathan Nangle

12 noon: Sound Installation

Jonathan Nangle Trip the Light Fantastic

 

12.30pm: Composers in Conversation* (In the John Field Room)

Contemporary Music Centre Director Evonne Ferguson with composer Jonathan Nangle

 

*Composers in Conversation in association with Contemporary Music Centre

For more information see the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra website

 

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