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“The ICC is a ready-made community of creators, performers, and listeners, and they are blazing a trail for 21st-century music in Ireland.” The Guardian

Irish Composers Collective

Music

ICC10

Dates: 19 Nov - 20 Nov

Show Time: 1.10pm, 6.00pm, 7.30pm & 9.30pm

Tickets: €5.00 - 10.00 (Grab a festival pass - see all 8 concerts for just €40/€25 (conc) or get a 1 day pass for just €25/15 (conc). Festival passes are available to purchase from Box Office on 01 8819 613)

Pianos, quartets, quintets, a laptop orchestra and more.

The Irish Composers Collective celebrates ten years of concerts with ICC10, two days packed full of performances of some of the best new music Ireland has to offer with eight performances, over sixty pieces of music and forty world premieres from ICC members past and present.

The Irish Composers’ Collective (formerly the Young Composers’ Collective) was founded in 2003. They are a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing Irish composers with opportunities to create concerts of their music with professional musicians.

Festival line up:

Day 1 | 19 November
1.10pm | David Adams, Tickets €5
The festival will open with a solo piano concert from David Adams, who gave the ICC’s first recital almost ten years ago. This concert is divided equally between performances of work by the earliest members of the ICC alongside those who have joined recently.

6.00pm | Kirkos Ensemble, Tickets €10 / 7
Kirkos, a trailblazing ensemble founded by ICC members, will play ten new works by ICC composers.

8.00pm | ConTempo, Tickets €10 / 7
The world class RTÉ ConTempo Quartet will perform seven pieces in their first ever appearance with the ICC.

9.30pm | Rhombus Quintet, Tickets €10 / 7
The evening will close with jazz and a collaborative composition from the amazing, jazzy Rhombus Quintet.

Day 2 | 20 November
1.10pm | Elizabeth Hilliard and David Bremner, Tickets €5
Day two of the festival will open with a recital from Elizabeth Hilliard and David Bremner, performing a mixture of new works and works by ICC members already in their repertoire.

6.00pm | Máire Carroll, Tickets €10 / 7
Brilliant, young pianist Máire Carroll makes her ICC debut with a solo recital.

8.00pm | Ergodos, Tickets €10 / 7
Project regulars Ergodos send us to another planet with their extraordinarily atmospheric production I Call to You.

9.30pm | Dublin Laptop Orchestra, Tickets €10 / 7
The festival will close with an electrifying set from Dublin Laptop Orchestra.

Check out the ICC’s own online programme for even more details about the concerts and performers.

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The Irish Composers Collective would like to acknowledge the support of the Arts Council of Ireland.

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