VENUE/Áit: St James’ Church
DATE/Dáta: Dé Domhnach 5th May
Tá athas orainn Contempo a fháiltiu arais go FnaB, one of the most exciting and vibrant chamber ensembles performing today. The Quartet has won fourteen international prizes at competitions across Europe, performing over two thousand concerts worldwide in venues such as Wigmore Hall, Carnegie Hall and Théatre du Châtelet Paris. The Quartet has played for Prince Charles, Nelson Mandela, Irish President Michael D. Higgins and Pope John Paul II. Bunaithe anois sa Ghailleamh, is cuireann said béim mór ar cheol nua-aimseartha Eireanach.
The Quartet has gained many new fans with its fresh and enthusiastic approach to a wide variety of repertoire spanning Classical, Jazz, Folk, Traditional and Pop. Glaotar “ABBA of the quartet world”, tá veidhlinideoiri Ingrid and Bogdan pósta le chéile mar atá Andreea agus Adrian.
Is as Cill Mhic a Domhnaigh é athair Fiachra Garvey, Pianist agus táimid an shásta fáilte a chur roimhe arís i mblaina. The National Concert Hall Dublin awarded Fiachra the “Rising Star” prize in 2011, which subsequently led to a series of concerto and solo debuts throughout the world.
Tonight the exceptional RTE Contempo Quartet perform one of Haydn’s best loved and most exciting string quartets, The Rider before joining forces with acclaimed Irish pianist Fiachra Garvey for Dvorak’s mighty piano quintet no 2, arguably the pinnacle of the piano quintet repertoire. This concert won’t be short of bravura!”
Please follow and like us: