The Joinery Chamber Concert Series 2 -The Earpiece Collective and Dublin Laptop Orchestra

The Joinery Chamber Concert Series 2 -The Earpiece Collective and Dublin Laptop Orchestra

09th Sep 2011

8.30pm sharp

The Earpiece collective is a group of Irish composers and performers co-ordinated by Galen Mac Caba and Dennis Wyers. It explores the space between acoustic and electronic music. On September 9th, Earpiece will host a concert programme in collaboration with the Dublin Laptop Orchestra to perform newly composed works inspired by spectral processing, live electronics and contemporary composition. The evening will showcase a diverse range of styles, with each composer using their unique approach to blend the two worlds of live acoustic and electronic performance. Works by Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen MacCaba, Donal MacErlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers.

http://www.denniswyers.ie/earpiece/info.html

This is the second of a four-part series of intimate chamber concerts which will take place once a month over four months, from August to November 2011.

Ranging from the classical to the contemporary, the series will present the work of both emerging and established composers in an informal, experimental setting. Performances will include electronic and acoustic music, spoken word, voice and instrumental improvisation alongside composed works.

Dates and Line-up:

Fri August 19th – I Ate Mercury (James Mackin and Claire Fitch) featuring Raven Aflakete and CAH 44.

Fri September 9th – The Earpiece Collective including Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen Mac Cába, Donal Mac Erlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers, with special guests from the Dublin Laptop Orchestra.

Fri October 7th – The Spatial Music Collective.

Fri November 4th – Collaborative work from composers Irene Buckley, Francis Heery, Piaras Hoban and Adam McCartney.

The Earpiece collective is a group of Irish composers and performers co-ordinated by Galen Mac Caba and Dennis Wyers. It explores the space between acoustic and electronic music. On September 9th, Earpiece will host a concert programme in collaboration with the Dublin Laptop Orchestra to perform newly composed works inspired by spectral processing, live electronics and contemporary composition. The evening will showcase a diverse range of styles, with each composer using their unique approach to blend the two worlds of live acoustic and electronic performance. Works by Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen MacCaba, Donal MacErlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers. http://www.denniswyers.ie/earpiece/info.html This is the second of a four-part series of intimate chamber concerts which will take place once a month over four months, from August to November 2011. Ranging from the classical to the contemporary, the series will present the work of both emerging and established composers in an informal, experimental setting. Performances will include electronic and acoustic music, spoken word, voice and instrumental improvisation alongside composed works. Dates and Line-up: Fri August 19th - I Ate Mercury (James Mackin and Claire Fitch) featuring Raven Aflakete and CAH 44. Fri September 9th – The Earpiece Collective including Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen Mac Cába, Donal Mac Erlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers, with special guests from the Dublin Laptop Orchestra. Fri October 7th – The Spatial Music Collective. Fri November 4th – Collaborative work from composers Irene Buckley, Francis Heery, Piaras Hoban and Adam McCartney. The Earpiece collective is a group of Irish composers and performers co-ordinated by Galen Mac Caba and Dennis Wyers. It explores the space between acoustic and electronic music. On September 9th, Earpiece will host a concert programme in collaboration with the Dublin Laptop Orchestra to perform newly composed works inspired by spectral processing, live electronics and contemporary composition. The evening will showcase a diverse range of styles, with each composer using their unique approach to blend the two worlds of live acoustic and electronic performance. Works by Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen MacCaba, Donal MacErlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers. http://www.denniswyers.ie/earpiece/info.html This is the second of a four-part series of intimate chamber concerts which will take place once a month over four months, from August to November 2011. Ranging from the classical to the contemporary, the series will present the work of both emerging and established composers in an informal, experimental setting. Performances will include electronic and acoustic music, spoken word, voice and instrumental improvisation alongside composed works. Dates and Line-up: Fri August 19th - I Ate Mercury (James Mackin and Claire Fitch) featuring Raven Aflakete and CAH 44. Fri September 9th – The Earpiece Collective including Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen Mac Cába, Donal Mac Erlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers, with special guests from the Dublin Laptop Orchestra. Fri October 7th – The Spatial Music Collective. Fri November 4th – Collaborative work from composers Irene Buckley, Francis Heery, Piaras Hoban and Adam McCartney.
The Earpiece collective is a group of Irish composers and performers co-ordinated by Galen Mac Caba and Dennis Wyers. It explores the space between acoustic and electronic music. On September 9th, Earpiece will host a concert programme in collaboration with the Dublin Laptop Orchestra to perform newly composed works inspired by spectral processing, live electronics and contemporary composition. The evening will showcase a diverse range of styles, with each composer using their unique approach to blend the two worlds of live acoustic and electronic performance. Works by Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen MacCaba, Donal MacErlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers. http://www.denniswyers.ie/earpiece/info.html This is the second of a four-part series of intimate chamber concerts which will take place once a month over four months, from August to November 2011. Ranging from the classical to the contemporary, the series will present the work of both emerging and established composers in an informal, experimental setting. Performances will include electronic and acoustic music, spoken word, voice and instrumental improvisation alongside composed works. Dates and Line-up: Fri August 19th - I Ate Mercury (James Mackin and Claire Fitch) featuring Raven Aflakete and CAH 44. Fri September 9th – The Earpiece Collective including Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen Mac Cába, Donal Mac Erlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers, with special guests from the Dublin Laptop Orchestra. Fri October 7th – The Spatial Music Collective. Fri November 4th – Collaborative work from composers Irene Buckley, Francis Heery, Piaras Hoban and Adam McCartney. The Earpiece collective is a group of Irish composers and performers co-ordinated by Galen Mac Caba and Dennis Wyers. It explores the space between acoustic and electronic music. On September 9th, Earpiece will host a concert programme in collaboration with the Dublin Laptop Orchestra to perform newly composed works inspired by spectral processing, live electronics and contemporary composition. The evening will showcase a diverse range of styles, with each composer using their unique approach to blend the two worlds of live acoustic and electronic performance. Works by Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen MacCaba, Donal MacErlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers. http://www.denniswyers.ie/earpiece/info.html This is the second of a four-part series of intimate chamber concerts which will take place once a month over four months, from August to November 2011. Ranging from the classical to the contemporary, the series will present the work of both emerging and established composers in an informal, experimental setting. Performances will include electronic and acoustic music, spoken word, voice and instrumental improvisation alongside composed works. Dates and Line-up: Fri August 19th - I Ate Mercury (James Mackin and Claire Fitch) featuring Raven Aflakete and CAH 44. Fri September 9th – The Earpiece Collective including Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen Mac Cába, Donal Mac Erlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers, with special guests from the Dublin Laptop Orchestra. Fri October 7th – The Spatial Music Collective. Fri November 4th – Collaborative work from composers Irene Buckley, Francis Heery, Piaras Hoban and Adam McCartney. The Earpiece collective is a group of Irish composers and performers co-ordinated by Galen Mac Caba and Dennis Wyers. It explores the space between acoustic and electronic music. On September 9th, Earpiece will host a concert programme in collaboration with the Dublin Laptop Orchestra to perform newly composed works inspired by spectral processing, live electronics and contemporary composition. The evening will showcase a diverse range of styles, with each composer using their unique approach to blend the two worlds of live acoustic and electronic performance. Works by Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen MacCaba, Donal MacErlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers. http://www.denniswyers.ie/earpiece/info.html This is the second of a four-part series of intimate chamber concerts which will take place once a month over four months, from August to November 2011. Ranging from the classical to the contemporary, the series will present the work of both emerging and established composers in an informal, experimental setting. Performances will include electronic and acoustic music, spoken word, voice and instrumental improvisation alongside composed works. Dates and Line-up: Fri August 19th - I Ate Mercury (James Mackin and Claire Fitch) featuring Raven Aflakete and CAH 44. Fri September 9th – The Earpiece Collective including Alex Dowling, Thomas Dunne, Galen Mac Cába, Donal Mac Erlaine, Oona McFarland and Dennis Wyers, with special guests from the Dublin Laptop Orchestra. Fri October 7th – The Spatial Music Collective. Fri November 4th – Collaborative work from composers Irene Buckley, Francis Heery, Piaras Hoban and Adam McCartney.