Thérèse Fahy

Ireland’s Tombeau to Debussy

Thérèse Fahy

This three-day concert cycle has been curated by one of Ireland’s foremost pianists, Therese Fahy to mark the 100th anniversary since composer Claude Debussy’s death.
As well as presenting the work of Debussy, the three-day concert cycle will consist of the original 1920 Tombeau de Debussy, a series of work by composers such as Ravel, Stravinsky and Satie in tribute of Debussy, and also Ireland’s Tombeau to Debussy of newly commissioned work by Raymond Deane, Sebastian Adams, Gráinne Mulvey, Roger Doyle, Jane O'Leary and Siobhán Cleary.
Each evening, Thérèse Fahy will perform a programme in the chapel with accompaniment by different musicians:

Wednesday 24 october at 7.30pm

Thérèse Fahy (piano), Elaine Clark (violon) et Martin Johnson (cello)
Debussy Solo piano pieces and chamber works
Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy World premières of works by Sebastian Adams and Gráinne Mulvey
Tombeau to Debussy 1920 Original pieces by Bartók, Goossens and Ravel
Reservations
N.B. Composers Sebastian Adams and Gráinne Mulvey will be in conversation from 18.45 to 19.15
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Thursday 25 october at 7.30pm

Thérèse Fahy (piano), Madeleine Staunton (flute) et Kathleen Tynan (soprano)
Debussy Solo piano pieces and chamber works
Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy World premières of works by Raymond Deane and Jane O'Leary
Tombeau to Debussy 1920 Original pieces by Dukas, Mailipero, Roussel, Satie and Schmitt
Reservations
N.B. Composers Raymond Deane and Jane O'Leary will be in conversation from 18.45 to 19.15
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Friday 26 october at 7.30pm

Thérèse Fahy (piano), Benjamin Dwyer (guitar) et Dermot Dunne (accordion)
Debussy Solo piano pieces and chamber works
Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy World premières of works by Roger Doyle, Benjamin Dwyer and Siobhán Cleary
Tombeau to Debussy 1920 Original pieces by De Falla and Stravinsky
Reservations
N.B. Composers Roger Doyle and Benjamin Dwyer will be in conversation from 18.45 to 19.15
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