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Introducing Sligo International Chamber Music Festival!

Sligo International Chamber Music festival takes place this May bank holiday weekend, Friday 29th April – Monday 2nd May 2016, at Drumcliffe Church and The Model Sligo. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online www.sligochambermusic.ie or by calling Hawk’s Well Theatre Box Office on +353 71 916 1518.

Sligo County Council Arts Office and Music Generation Sligo partner to present a re-imagined Chamber Music festival for all ages in Sligo this May Bank Holiday weekend.

We are delighted to present the inaugural Sligo International Chamber Music Festival – a festival for all generations! Sligo International Chamber Music Festival, formerly Music in Drumcliffe, has become one of Ireland’s leading international chamber music festivals and is now a highlight in the annual calendar of music events.

Under Artistic Director Tim Vogler, the festival offers its loyal audience and new visitors alike the opportunity to experience high standards of programming through a fresh choice of artists including vocal ensemble amarcord, Aoife Ní Bhrian ,Crash Quartet, Mesefe Quartet and Caimin Gilmore performing alongside the internationally acclaimed ensemble-in-residence, the Vogler Quartet.

We continue our collaboration with the Royal Irish Academy of Music and we are delighted to announce a new venture with RTÉ Contempo Quartet who perform athis year and prepare for the premiere of a new String Octet by Gerald Barry with the Vogler Quartet at the 2017 Festival.

This year Music Generation Sligo has come on board as a key partner with Sligo County Council Arts Office to develop an innovative youth programme –Tuned In! This impressive Festival Youth Programme is a new short intensive chamber music experience curated by Aoife Ní Briain for student string quartets and their tutors combining masterclasses and performances. Participants will deepen their understanding of music and improve their playing within the nurturing environment of the festival. Students and tutors have the opportunity to work with the Vogler Quartet on selected repertoire and to learn, network and attend Tuned In! Festival concerts with fellow students and tutors.

We are also delighted to announce a new venue partner for the festival. This year, for the first time, a number of concerts and events will take place in The Model in Sligo town, in addition to Drumcliffe Church.

A full programme of events, masterclasses and performances is available on our website www.sligochambermusic.ie

Sligo International Chamber Music Festival is produced by Sligo County Council Arts Office and Music Generation Sligo. Funded by Sligo County Council, the Arts Council of Ireland and Music Generation Sligo and managed by Artscope.

 

 

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