Thérèse Fahy plays Debussy

Thérèse Fahy plays Debussy

One of Ireland’s foremost pianists, Thérèse Fahy will treat us to a short lunchtime taster concert of 20 minutes in advance of her concert in the Maison natale de Debussy in St Germain-en-Laye on Sunday 25 March, which marks 100 years since Claude Debussy’s death (see below). Thérèse will return to CCI in October 2018 to perform Ireland’s Tombeau to Debussy in its entirety over three nights (24-26 October) following her performance at the National Concert Hall in Dublin in May.

As well as presenting the work of Debussy, the three-night concert cycle will consist of the original 1920 Tombeau de Debussy, a series of work composed as a tribute to Debussy by Ravel, Stravinsky and Satie among others, as well as Ireland’s Tombeau to Debussy presenting newly commissioned work by Raymond Deane, Sebastian Adams, Gráinne Mulvey, Roger Doyle, Jane O'Leary and Siobhán Cleary, composed in honour of Claude Debussy on the 100th anniversary of his death.

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On 25 March 2018, at 3pm, Thérèse Fahy will give a recital in Claude Debussy’s birthplace, 38 rue au Pain, Saint-Germain-en-Laye (78) exactly 100 years after the composer”s death.
Tickets: 17€ - full price / 13€ - under 26 yr olds / free entry - under 12 yr olds
Reservation recommended (space limited), at the Tourist Office: 01 30 87 20 63