DCM presents Barry Douglas with the Esposito Quartet | 24th September 2020

Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED

Septemeber 2020

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34

    Thursday, 19:30 Location: Drogheda, St Peter’s Church of Ireland

    Barry Douglas piano, Mia Cooper violin, Keith Pascoe violin, Joachim Roewer viola, William Butt cello Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34 Drogheda Classical Music is delighted that Barry Douglas is returning to Drogheda for the opening concert in this re-imagined series of concerts. Barry will be joined by the Esposito Quartet for an epic Piano Quintet by Brahms. One
  • Queen of Technicolor: The Story of Maureen O’Hara

    Friday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Elaine O’Dwyer Portraying over twenty characters and using the original vanity case which belonged to O’Hara, this tour de force performance by Elaine O’Dwyer takes you on an intimate journey with Maureen O’Hara, revealing the person she was behind the limelight. O’Hara was a front runner of the #TimesUp movement, by standing up to Hollywood’s
  • Connection – Strand 3 Culture night 2020. | By Curator Brian Hegarty

    Saturday, 10:00

    ‘Connection’ is a 3 strand project presented by the Droichead Arts Centre concluding with an offsite exhibition for Culture Night 2020. Taking the gallery outside is not without its challenges. There are compromises, hurdles and frustrations to overcome in order to create a cohesive exhibition in this unusual environment. Connections involves 9 artists, each responding
  • Zandra, Queen of Jazz

    Friday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Darn Skippy Productions present Zandra, Queen of Jazz — a play with original music, based on an extraordinary true story. With just her sax and a suitcase, Zandra Mitchell joined a jazz band and toured the world. Born in Phibsborough, Dublin in 1903, she was Ireland’s first female saxophonist. While the twenties roared, she found
  • John O’Conor piano

    Friday, 19:30 Location: Drogheda, St Peter’s Church of Ireland

    Beethoven Sonata in c minor Op. 13 Pathétique Beethoven Sonata in c sharp minor Op. 27 No. 2 Moonlight One of Ireland’s most-loved and regarded pianists, John O’Conor makes a welcome return to play two works by Beethoven in this the composer’s 250th year. The Pathétique, named to convey the romantic and even sorrowful mood of the
  • Family Matters – Baz Ashmawy

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Baz Ashmawy A new comedy show with Baz Ashmawy (50 ways to kill your Mammy, Wingman) where he talks about growing up as a half Egyptian/half Irish boy on a council estate in Dublin, being raised by a single mother who then found fame at the age of 73, success and its benefits and losses
  • Exhibitions: Simpatico | Artists Raphael Hynes & Carey Clarke | 4th Sept – 31st Oct

    Saturday, 10:00

    Two Artists. Two Generations. In Conversation. Live in the Gallery In-Person & Online To mark the opening of this two-person exhibition, Simpaticojoin artists Raphael Hynes & Carey Clarke (online & in person in the gallery -whatever your preference) as they discuss their practice, their ways of thinking, making and the processes they engage. Former student
  • Beethoven Piano Trio No. 7 in B-flat major Op. 97 Archduke 

    Friday, 19:30 Location: Drogheda, St Peter’s Church of Ireland

    Fionnuala Moynihan piano, Sarah Sew violin, Aoife Nic Athlaoich cello Beethoven Piano Trio No. 7 in B-flat major Op. 97, Archduke  Continuing the celebration of Beethoven’s 250th year, the premiere of the Archduke Trio was one of Beethoven’s final concert performances as a pianist, due to his increasing deafness. Dedicated to Archduke Rudolf of Austria, it was the last of
  • Gary Beecher piano, Gavan Ring tenor

    Thursday, 19:30 Location: Drogheda, St Peter’s Church of Ireland

    Gary Beecher piano, Gavan Ring tenor An evening of opera, song and seasonal favourites Two stand out musicians come together for this special pre-Christmas concert. As many people will look forward to 2020 drawing to a close, this will be an uplifting concert to get people in the mood for the festive season. Gary Beecher last

CATCH UP ON PAST ONLINE EVENT

  • Solo@Home – Farah Elle

    Thursday, 20:00

    Droichead Arts Centre’s Solo@Home is a video podcast series curated by SJ McArdle. The series is presented as part of #DroicheadConnects, a programme which supports art and creativity during the pandemic. The idea of the podcast is to give us an insight into the lockdown experience of four disparate musicians and present a bespoke home-recorded performance by each.
  • Solo@Home – Úna Keane

    Friday, 20:00

    Droichead Arts Centre’s Solo@Home is a video podcast series curated by SJ McArdle. The series is presented as part of #DroicheadConnects, a programme which supports art and creativity during the pandemic. The idea of the podcast is to give us an insight into the lockdown experience of four disparate musicians and present a bespoke home-recorded performance by each.
  • Solo@Home – Breifne Holohan

    Saturday, 20:10

    Droichead Arts Centre’s Solo@Home is a video podcast series curated by SJ McArdle. The series is presented as part of #DroicheadConnects, a programme which supports art and creativity during the pandemic. The idea of the podcast is to give us an insight into the lockdown experience of four disparate musicians and present a bespoke home-recorded performance by each.
  • Solo@Home – Nuala Kennedy

    Sunday, 20:00

    Droichead Arts Centre’s Solo@Home is a video podcast series curated by SJ McArdle. The series is presented as part of #DroicheadConnects, a programme which supports art and creativity during the pandemic. The idea of the podcast is to give us an insight into the lockdown experience of four disparate musicians and present a bespoke home-recorded performance by each.

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