Friday, 14 August 2020
7.00pm – 8.00pm | Online Event
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Members of The Fidelio Trio, joined by violinist Philippa Mo, explore music by our patron composer, Ernest Moeran, marking the 70th anniversary of his death in 1950 and, true to the Festival’s mission and tradition, focus on a living Irish composer, this year Deirdre McKay.
The programme encompasses some of Moeran’s most evocative chamber music and the exquisite soundworlds McKay constructs from minimal sources and materials.
Ernest Moeran (1894 – 1950)
Sonata for Violin and Piano, Movement 1
Prelude for cello and piano
Deirdre McKay (b. 1972)
Time Shining (for solo piano)
Sonata for Two Violins, Movement 1
Secundum for violin and piano
Piano Trio in D major, Movements 1 and 3
Tim Gill studied at Cambridge University, the Royal Academy of Music and the Banff Centre in Canada. In 1988 he was selected to play at the South Bank as part of the Park Lane Group concert series and has since enjoyed a lifelong commitment to contemporary music.
As soloist and chamber musician, Irish pianist Mary Dullea performs internationally at venues including London’s Wigmore Hall, Casa da Musica (Porto), Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre, Phillips Collection Washington D.C., Symphony Space New York City, Palazzo Albrizzi Venice (Italy), Johannesburg Music Society and National Concert Hall Dublin.
Co. Down-born Deirdre McKay‘s work has featured at London’s South Bank, The Phillips Collection, Washington, World Harp Congress, Amsterdam, Konzerthaus, Berlin, Sonorities and RTÉ Living Music Festivals, Louth Contemporary Music Society’s Baltic Voices in Ireland Festival, Beckett Centenary Festival, Orléans Concours International, IAMIC and new music: new Ireland concerts at Symphony Space and Carnegie Hall, New York.