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Sent: 14 September 2012 13:24

Subject: Composition in Traditional Music, Women and Music Conference, Buille and New Music in Cyprus


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Conor Linehan Music for The Playboy

Was There Such a Genre as Funerary Violin?

Adding Needless Triplets to Already Crowded Numbers

The xx Album Stream and Visualiser

A Song from Slide's Forthcoming Album

Dublin City FM Documentary on Maud McCarthy

This is How We Fly ... in Cork

Crash Ensemble in the Guardian

A Great Silence

Sample Some Music from a New McSherry Trio



Just Inside the Green Line

Tim Rutherford-Johnson discusses one of Europe's most unusual music festivals, which takes place for the fourth time this year in Cyprus. read more

Forty-Five Years of the Armagh Pipers' Club

Brian and Eithne Vallely have produced a book to mark forty-five years of the Armagh Pipers' Club containing a visual and written history of the Club as well as a collection of personal reflections and essays on its origins and impact. read more


Tour Exploring Composition in Traditional Music

Composers Liz Carroll, M?irt?n O'Connor and Dave Flynn will soon be touring their music to a number of venues around the country, joined by local composers Charlie Lennon (in the Leitrim gig), Peadar ? Riada (in Cork) and Tommy Peoples (in Donegal and Clare). read more

Rhyme, Rant and Rann

Len Graham, Jack Lynch and Theo Dorgan's touring show is a celebration of the place of the kitchen table in Irish culture. read more

Eamonn Cotter's New Flute Album

Clare flute player and maker, Eamonn Cotter has released his first solo album in sixteen years: one 'more reflective of my current playing' as he puts it himself. read more

Scoring for Film 2013

IMRO are calling for composers to apply for a collaborative project with filmmakers for a one day recording session with the RT? National Concert Orchestra. read more

Women and Music in Ireland Conference

The women and music in Ireland conference takes place on 15 September at the RIAM, focussing on a range of subjects, from Irish traditional music to sources and resources on women and music. The conference also includes two concerts. read more

Buille's Junctions Music to Feature on Tour

Niall and Caoimh?n Vallely of Buille are doing a six-date tour of the country with Se?n ?g Graham, Karan Casey, Kenneth Edge and Nic Gareiss. read more

Bell X1 Announce Acoustic Tour

The Irish band mark the release of Field Recordings with an acoustic tour of arts centres and small venues. read more

RT? NSO Season Opens on 14 September

The RT? National Symphony Orchestra's new season opens on 14 September with a concert of 'Viennese Whirls'. read more

R?n?n ? Snodaigh: Five Albums, Five Concerts

R?n?n ? Snodaigh of K?la is doing a series of five concerts in Whelan's in Dublin to celebrate his five solo albums. read more

Crash Ensemble at Culture Night

Crash Ensemble will present a collaboration with CoisC?im Dance Theatre and Fishamble: The New Play Compan?y for Culture Night on 21 September. read more

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