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.
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
- Pour les arpèges composées
- Pour les accords
- Chansons Bilitis
Preludes Book 1
- Collines d'Anacapri
Preludes Book 2
- Tièrces alternées
Presented by the National Concert Hall
Supported by the Arts Council