From: The Journal Of Music [noreply_at_journalofmusic_dot_com]

Sent: 27 April 2012 10:39

Subject: This week in The Journal of Music



New PhD in Music Composition for Theatre

A new PhD program has been founded in University College Cork which focuses on exploring the relationship between music, sound and theatre.


Zbigniew Karkowski concert in London

Zbigniew Karkowski, Anton Lukoszevieze and Ryan Jordan perform in London on 17 May to celebrate the launch of Nerve Cell_0.


Thirty Years of Broken Flag in London

The noise label Broken Flag celebrates thirty years with a festival in London from 4 to 6 May.


Buzz Aldrin Allstars Present Moon

Described as 'a collection of like-minded musicians', the Buzz Aldrin Allstars are made up of musicians from various Dublin-based groups, including Si Schroeder, 3epkano, Halfset, Strands, United Bible Studies and Beautiful Unit.


M?irt?n O'Connor Band Live And Recorded

Details of some connected concerts coming up, and of the new album from Cathal Hayden, S?amie O'Dowd and M?irt?n O'Connor.


Celebrating 40 years Of Raidi? Na Gaeltachta

Charlie and ?il?s Lennon, S?le Denvir and Neansa? N? Choisdealbha are among musicians performing at a concert in Indreabh?n, Conamara this week to celebrate forty years of Raidi? na Gaeltachta.


RT? NSO Soundings Event Cancelled

RT? NSO announce cancellation of 18 May Soundings concert and re-scheduling of Late Night event.


Tommy Peoples Elected To Aosd?na

News that Donegal fiddler Tommy Peoples was yesterday made a member of Aosd?na has been warmly welcomed in traditional music circles.


Release of Strings, Tension & Flight

Recordings of recent work by Irish composer Enda Bates are being released during a CMC Salon event at the National Concert Hall, Dublin, on Wednesday, 25 April.


12 Points Wins European Jazz Network Award

Irish jazz festival awarded for its innovative and adventurous programming

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