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Annual choral conducting summer school. Intensive course offering a wealth of expertise in a friendly and supportive environment and caters to the full spectrum from beginner to experienced and established conductors. A series of concerts and masterclasses is also planned. Dates: August 2017. Fees: Up to EUR 400.
University Concert Hall, Foundation Building, University of Limerick, Ireland
BMus; BA in popular music – electric guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboard, voice; BA in Theatre & Drama studies; MA - a taught course for performers, conductors and composers; MA by research; MA in Music & Technology
Union Quay, Cork, Ireland
The City of Derry International Choir Festival is an annual choral festival, held in late October, providing opportunities for competitive and non-competitive participation for singers across a wide range of styles, ensembles and ages. School, national and international choirs are invited to take part in Equal Voice, Mixed Voice, Youth, Sacred, Pop, Jazz, Gospel, Barbershop and International competitions. Fifth Edition: 25 - 29 October 2017, Sixth Edition: 24 - 28 October 2018, Seventh Edition: 23 - 27 October 2019.
Magazine Studios, 7 - 8 Magazine Street, Derry, BT48 6HJ, United Kingdom
Founded in 1954 to be a dynamic force in developing choral music in Ireland, the Cork International Choral Festival is held annually over the four days preceding the first Monday in May in Cork’s City Hall (capacity 1,000) – one of the most attractive and acoustically superb venues in Ireland. It is one of Europe’s premier international choral festivals and is noted for its high competitive standards, excellent organisation, and the friendliness of its welcome. The 63rd Cork International Choral Festival will take place from the 26th - 30th April 2017.
Civic Trust House, 50 Popes Quay, Cork, Ireland
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama is a centre of excellence in the performing arts, covering the broadest range of disciplines in Ireland: classical and Irish traditional music, composition, musicology, music education, jazz, opera, drama and (with partner colleges) rock and pop music, and film scoring. BMus; BMusEd; BA in Drama (Performance); BA in Commercial Modern Music; MMus (Performance/Conducting); MMus (Opera/Repetiteurship); MA in Scoring for Film and Visual Media; MPhil and PhD by research and composition; Junior Conservatory (under 18); Continuing Education (part-time, over 18).
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, 163 Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6, Ireland
Eligibility: Open to competitors born on or after 1 Jun 1979 Prizes: First prize: EUR 5000 plus prestigious recital engagements; second prize EUR 3000; third prize EUR 1500. Entry fees: EUR 50 Location: Dublin, Cork, Louth. Dates: Jun 2014. Closing date for applications: 31 Jan 2014. Frequency: Triennial.
Pipeworks, Dublin Office Centre, Ground Floor, 14 Herbert Street, Dublin2, Ireland
Eligibility: Ages 18-30. Prizes: Total prizes in excess of EUR 55,000. Dates: 18-29 May 2018. Closing date for applications: 1st November 2017. Frequency: Triennial.
Dublin International Piano Competition, P.O. Box No. 71, Bray, Co. Wicklow, A98DT89, Ireland, Ireland
Advanced pno students learn from some of the great masters to improve technique & perf skills, participating in recitals and co-operating with other enthusiasts in a supportive, creative, and fun environment. Space is limited to just 18 advanced students. Dates: 23rd -31st July 2016. Fees: €1695 sharing room en suite. Limited number of single rooms with en suites available for extra €150. Scholarships available!
18 Terenure Road East, Rathgar, Dublin 6, Ireland
Part of the Cork International Choral Festival. Eligibility: Open to any choir of international standing (except specifically children's choirs). Min 20, max 60 voices. Requirements: Programme of a cappella music consisting of 3 or 4 works whose total duration is 10-12 mins. Pieces should be of contrasting styles, with a coherent and historically-balanced programme, and must contain a work composed before 1750, an original work by a living comp, and a work by a comp of the choir's native country. Location: Cork City. Frequency: Annual.
Cork International Choral Festival, Civic Trust House, 50 Pope's Quay, Cork, Ireland
Ancient, medieval, renaissance and baroque music and dance. Imaginative programming in the medieval city of Galway inc concerts, w/shops and free public perfs. 2019 Theme: A Song and a Dance Dates: 24-26 May 2019.
Caherfurvaus, Craughwell, Galway, Ireland
Ireland's finest young singers, aged 18-28. Meets annually for intensive summer rehearsal course culminating in a number of performances. Members recruited by nationwide auditions in Feb.
Association of Irish Choirs (AOIC), Foundation Building, University of Limerick, Ireland
Arts festival in the picturesque mediaeval city of Kilkenny. Dates: 7th - 16th Aug 2015.
Kilkenny Arts Festival, 11 Patrick's Court, Patrick Street, Kilkenny, Ireland
Lundstrom Arts Management is a small agency that represents performing artists and ens with big ideas.
86 Ard na Mara, Malahide, Co Dublin, Ireland
Sheet music and acc. Opening hours: 9.30am-5.30pm Mon-Sat.
11 South William Street, Dublin 2, IRELAND
Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
September 20th 24th, 2017 The Hungarians are coming! FINGHIN COLLINS, ZOLTAN FEJERVARI, DAVID GREILSAMMER [with his programme Labyrinth] , KRISTIAN BEZUIDENHOUT [on forte piano], ELIZAVETA UKRAINSKAIA, and KLÁRA WÜRTZ. Our chamber music element is provided by KRISTÓF BARÁTI [violin], JENNIFER STUMM [viola] and ISTVÁN VÁRDAI [cello]. There will be one day of jazz piano, with the jazz pianists, Enrico Pieranunzi and Phil Ware. Further information is available on our website, www.newrosspianofestival.com. Contact: Connie Tantrum, Festival Director, email@example.com; 00353 51 421766
Cross St, New Ross, Cross St, Co Wexford, Ireland
West Wing 3, Adelaide Chambers, Peter St, Dublin 8, Ireland
Temple Bar Music Centre, Curved St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
Triennial choral & org festival featuring organ-playing competition. Dates: 18–27 Jun.
Pipeworks, Dublin Office Centre, Ground Floor, 14 Herbert Street, Dublin 2, Ireland