Béal presents

Music

INAPPROPRIATE MOMENTS

Dates: 08 Jul - 09 Jul

Tickets: €10 - €18

Evening concerts €15/10
Festival pass €18
Daytime performances are free and unticketed
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A two-day presentation of the ground-breaking music of Jennifer Walshe by the radical text and music partnership Béal.

The works will be performed by ensembÉal, a group of the finest choral singers in Ireland, directed by Elizabeth Hilliard.

As well as eight ensemble works, including a number of Irish premieres and a world premiere, composer Walshe will also bring her own compelling live performance to the festival.

 

Friday 8 July

FREE POP-UP PERFORMANCES

3:30pm A Folk Song Collection

3:50pm The Soft Menagerie

4:10pm Julian & Kanye

4:30pm A New Folk Song Collection (world premiere)

4:50pm PADDY REILLY RUNS WITH THE DEVIL

CONCERT

8.00pm €15/10

  • he wants his cowboys to sound like how he thinks cowboys should sound
  • Zusammen ii
  • WATCHED OVER LOVINGLY BY SILENT MACHINES

 

Saturday 9 July

FREE POP-UP PERFORMANCES

2.00pm  Volunteer Chorus (featuring Tonnta Music)

3:30pm A Folk Song Collection

3:50pm The Soft Menagerie

4:10pm Julian & Kanye

4:30pm A New Folk Song Collection

4:50pm PADDY REILLY RUNS WITH THE DEVIL

CONCERT

8.00pm €15/10

  • The White Noisery
  • solo set by Jennifer Walshe
  • Duration and its simple modes

 

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ensembÉal
Soloist and Composer: Jennifer Walshe
Director: Elizabeth Hilliard
Festival Directors: Elizabeth Hilliard and David Bremner

Kindly supported by an Arts Council Music Project Award


 

Béal is a production company committed to exploring the relationship between the spoken and sung word, and presenting in performance the manifold ways in which music and text can interact. Based in Dublin and directed by David Bremner and Elizabeth Hilliard, Béal’s mission results from a fascination with the capacity of words to be both pure sound and a means of communication, and a desire to share this.


 

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