Mar
25
3:30 PM15:30

Thérèse Fahy performs the Maison natale Claude- Debussy

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Thérèse Fahy is honoured to have been invited to play at the Maison natale de Claude Debussy, his birthplace, in St Germain en Laye on the exact date of the centenary of his death.

Thérèse will play a selection of works from the original Tombeau de Debussy by composers such as Dukas, Manuel de Falla and Bêla Bartok, as well as masterpieces by Debussy himself.

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Apr
19
6:30 PM18:30

Meet the Composers

Co-hosted by the Contemporary Music Centre and the Royal Irish Academy of Music, there will be an event entitled "Meet the Composers: Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy" in the Organ Room at the Royal Irish Academy of Music on Thursday April 19th.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet four of the composers who have been commissioned to write for the Tombeau to Debussy series of concerts in the National Concert Hall: Sebastian Adams, Siobhán Cleary, Raymond Deane and Roger Doyle.

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Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy
May
31
7:30 PM19:30

Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy

One hundred years after the death of the great French composer, Claude Debussy, pianist Thérèse Fahy, with the support of an Arts Council Music Project Award, brings the exciting Debussy Festival to the National Concert Hall.

This first concert in the series features première performances of new works by Sebastian Adams and Gráinne Mulvey.

Performers:

Thérèse Fahy piano

Elaine Clarke violin

Martin Johnson cello


Programme (not in order of performance):

Ravel Duo for violin and cello

Debussy violin and cello sonatas

Tombeau de Debussy 1920 works by Malipiero, Ravel and Roussel

Debussy piano works

- Images Book 1

- Images Book 2

- Violin Sonata

- Cello Sonata

- Les soirs illuminés (Debussy premiere in Ireland)

Presented by the NCH and supported by the Arts Council.

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Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy
Jun
7
7:30 PM19:30

Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy

One hundred years after the death of the great French composer, Claude Debussy, pianist Thérèse Fahy, with the support of an Arts Council Music Project Award, brings an exciting Debussy Festival to the National Concert Hall as part of the Kevin Barry Room Series.

Premiere performances of new works by Jane O’Leary, Raymond Deane, Sebastian Adams, Siobhán Cleary, Roger Doyle, Gráinne Mulvey and Benjamin Dwyer.

Performers:

Thérèse Fahy piano

Madeleine Staunton flute

Kathleen Tynan soprano

Programme (not in order of performance):

New commissions by Jane O'Leary - piece for flute and piano and by Raymond Deane.

Works for the original Tombeau de Debussy 1918:

Satie: Song from original Trombeau

Dukas: La plainte au loin du faun

Bartok

Goossens

Schmitt

Debussy:

- Pour les arpèges composées

- Pour les accords

- Chansons Bilitis

- Syrinx

Preludes Book 1

- Voiles

- Collines d'Anacapri

Preludes Book 2

- Canope

- Tièrces alternées

- Feux

Presented by the National Concert Hall

Supported by the Arts Council

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Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy
Jun
14
7:30 PM19:30

Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy

One hundred years after the death of the great French composer, Claude Debussy, pianist Thérèse Fahy, with the support of an Arts Council Music Project Award, brings her exciting Debussy Festival to the National Concert Hall, Dublin.

Premiere performances of new works by Benjamin Dwyer and Siobhán Cleary

Performers:

Thérèse Fahy piano

Benjamin Dwyer guitar

Dermot Dunne accordion

Programme (not in order of performance):

Tombeau 1920 pieces:

De Falla Homenaje for guitar

Stravinsky Serenade for winds, arranged for accordion

New commissions by Benjamin Dwyer and Siobhán Cleary

Debussy piano works:

Children's Corner Suite

Sérénade interrompue

Soirée dans Grenade

Puerta del Vino

Ondine

La cathédrale engloutie

Elégie

L'île joyeuse


Presented by NCH
Supported by The Arts Council
 

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Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy
Jun
14
7:30 PM19:30

Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy

One hundred years after the death of the great French composer, Claude Debussy, pianist Thérèse Fahy, with the support of an Arts Council Music Project Award, brings her exciting Debussy Festival to the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris.

Premiere performances of new works by Benjamin Dwyer and Siobhán Cleary

Performers:

Thérèse Fahy piano

Benjamin Dwyer guitar

Dermot Dunne accordion

Programme (not in order of performance):

Tombeau 1920 pieces:

De Falla Homenaje for guitar

Stravinsky Serenade for winds, arranged for accordion

New commissions by Benjamin Dwyer and Siobhán Cleary

Debussy piano works:

Children's Corner Suite

Sérénade interrompue

Soirée dans Grenade

Puerta del Vino

Ondine

La cathédrale engloutie

Elégie

L'île joyeuse


Presented by Centre Culturel Irlandais

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Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy
Oct
24
7:30 PM19:30

Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy

One hundred years after the death of the great French composer, Claude Debussy, pianist Thérèse Fahy, with the support of an Arts Council Music Project Award, brings the exciting Debussy Festival to the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris.

This first concert in the series features première performances of new works by Sebastian Adams and Gráinne Mulvey.

Performers:

Thérèse Fahy piano

Elaine Clarke violin

Martin Johnson cello


Programme (not in order of performance):

Ravel Duo for violin and cello

Debussy violin and cello sonatas

Tombeau de Debussy 1920 works by Malipiero, Ravel and Roussel

Debussy piano works

- Images Book 1

- Images Book 2

- Violin Sonata

- Cello Sonata

- Les soirs illuminés (Debussy premiere in Ireland)

Presented by the Centre Culturel Irlandais

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Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy
Oct
25
7:30 PM19:30

Ireland's Tombeau to Debussy

One hundred years after the death of the great French composer, Claude Debussy, pianist Thérèse Fahy, with the support of an Arts Council Music Project Award, brings an exciting Debussy Festival to the National Concert Hall as part of the Kevin Barry Room Series.

Premiere performances of new works by Jane O’Leary, Raymond Deane, Sebastian Adams, Siobhán Cleary, Roger Doyle, Gráinne Mulvey and Benjamin Dwyer.

Performers:

Thérèse Fahy piano

Madeleine Staunton flute

Kathleen Tynan soprano

Programme (not in order of performance):

New commissions by Jane O'Leary - piece for flute and piano and by Raymond Deane.

Works for the original Tombeau de Debussy 1918:

Satie: Song from original Trombeau

Dukas: La plainte au loin du faun

Bartok

Goossens

Schmitt

Debussy:

- Pour les arpèges composées

- Pour les accords

- Chansons Bilitis

- Syrinx

Preludes Book 1

- Voiles

- Collines d'Anacapri

Preludes Book 2

- Canope

- Tièrces alternées

- Feux

Presented by the National Concert Hall

Supported by the Arts Council

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©Thérèse Fahy 2017