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German Premiere of Alday's Grand Symphony No. 1

An Evening of Irish Music | Sunday, 16 March 2014, 6 pm, Wartburgkirche | Hartmann-Ibach-Straße 108, 60389 Frankfurt am Main

Beethoven’s Irish Songs | Release Date 5 April 2014

A complete recording of Beethoven’s Irish Songs, performed by staff, students and alumni of the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, will be released on the 5th of April, 2014.

Launch of the Dublin Music Trade

http://www.dublinmusictrade.ie

The Research Foundation for Music in Ireland is delighted to announce the launch of a new free-to-access online resource detailing the who, what, where and when of the historic music trade in Dublin.

In The News | The Encyclopaedia of Music In Ireland

RTE News coverage of the forthcoming publication of The Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland

Performance of the First Symphony Composed in Ireland (Gleeson Theatre, DIT Kevin Street, 1 May 2013)

The Research Foundation for Music in Ireland at the DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama presents a performance of the first symphony composed in Ireland by the French-born composer and violinist Paul Alday, c1816.

In The News | Found: The First Symphony Composed in Ireland

RTE News coverage of the first symphony composed in Ireland discovered by RFMI/RISM Ireland researchers

First Phase of the RISM Ireland Database Launched

First Phase of the RISM Ireland Database Launched: http://www.rism-ie.org | RISM Ireland is delighted to announce the launch of a new Irish-focused free-to-access database of pre-twentieth century musical materials held in repositories throughout the island of Ireland.

Raymond Deane Conference (2 February 2013)

DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, the Contemporary Music Centre and the Society for Musicology in Ireland present The Music of Raymond Deane in celebration of his 60th Birthday. You are invited to join in the 60th birthday celebrations for the distinguished Irish composer, Raymond Deane. The afternoon features performances of a number of Deane's early compositions as well as offering a preview of Deane's new opera The Alma Fetish.

The Symphony and Ireland: A Symposium (20 April 2013)

The Symphony and Ireland symposium aims to examine the context and trajectory of the symphony in, and of, Ireland. It will bring together leading international academics and contemporary Irish symphonic composers to facilitate a contextual discourse on the composition and consumption of the genre in Ireland.

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