Live Music | Triskel Arts Centre
  • Sat 10 December
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    Ficino Quartet
    Autumn String Quartet Series

    The Ficino Quartet features four of our leading musicians and has toured annually for the Foundation since 2018. Here they present another fascinating programme including Philip Glass’s hugely popular ‘Mishima’, drawn from his 1985 soundtrack to Paul Schrader’s film on the life of author, playwright and latter-day Samurai, Yukio Mishima. The concerts also feature a…

  • Sat 17 December
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    Anna Devin & Fiachra Garvey
    Spotlight Chamber Music Series II

    The second concert in the Spotlight Chamber Music Series 2022 will see soprano Anna Devin give a recital in duo partnership with pianist Fiachra Garvey.

  • Sat 14 January
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    Katherine Hunka & Sophia Rahman
    Spotlight Chamber Music Series III

    The third concert in the Spotlight Chamber Music Series 2022 sees duo partners Katherine Hunka and Sophia Rahman present a largely Romantic programme. Works by Germanic composers Johannes Brahms, Clara Schumann and Robert Schumann are complemented by a late nineteenth-century soaring and lyrical Romance by American composer Amy Beach, and a short movement, A Virtue, from Cork native Sam…

  • Sat 21 January
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    Banbha Quartet
    Spring String Series

    The Banbha Quartet is one of several fine new Irish quartets promoted by the National String Quartet Foundation

  • Fri 17 February
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    Iarla Ó Lionáird with Cormac McCarthy and Matthew Berrill

    Promising to be a very memorable and unique concert, this is an inspired pairing of twice Grammy nominated vocalist Iarla Ó Lionáird with renowned pianist/composer Cormac McCarthy and acclaimed clarinet maestro Matthew Berrill.

  • Sat 18 February
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    Spero Quartet
    Spring String Series

    The Spero Quartet returns for a fourth tour for the National String Quartet Foundation with a programme including one of Haydn’s finest and most popular quartets

  • Fri 3 March
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    Christine Tobin: Returning Weather

    Returning Weather is the latest work from Dublin born multi-award-winning vocalist and songwriter Christine Tobin.

  • Sat 11 March
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    Solas Quartet
    Spring String Series

    The Solas Quartet presents another wide-ranging programme culminating in Dvorak’s magnificent A flat quartet. Young Dublin-based violinist and composer Rohan Harron’s Psychotia opens the programme with unpredictable energy and drive. Henry Purcell would have been of a similar age in London in 1680 when he wrote his fifteen remarkable Fantasias. Frank Bridge’s Phantasie Quartet is one of many early 20th century British…

  • Sat 18 March
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    Susanna – Baudelaire & Piano

    Norwegian artist Susanna is the woman behind Susanna and the Magical Orchestra // Susanna // Susanna Wallumrød, a creator of bold, original and enrapturing music, capable of building worlds to lose yourself in

  • Fri 28 April
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    An Evening with Ron Sexsmith

    Ron Sexsmith is a three time, Juno award winning singer songwriter from St Catharines Ontario.

  • Fri 5 May
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    Liz Knowles, Niwel Tsumbu & Niall Vallely

    Music Network brings Spring 2023 to a close with two of the leading jazz artists of our time, bassist Linda May, Music Network presents an exciting new collaborative project featuring Kentucky fiddle and hardanger fiddle player Liz Knowles, Congolese guitarist and vocalist Niwel Tsumbu and Irish concertina player Niall Vallely.

  • Sat 17 June
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    Linda May Han Oh & Fabian Almazan

    Music Network brings Spring 2023 to a close with two of the leading jazz artists of our time, bassist Linda May Han Oh and pianist Fabian Almazan.