Photo: Mihai Cucu
Dublin Sound Lab invites four composers to write new works on the theme of 're-sounding Dublin' for the historic organ at St Werburgh's Church. Each composer has found a unique solution to this challenge, and in this programme the 18th century organ at St Werburgh's is recontexualised with 'tape' music, live electronic music and recordings gathered from the wider cityscape. The concert features specially devised video projections by Mihai Cucu. Preceded by a public discussion at the Contemporary Music Centre, Fishamble Street (6.30pm). The composers discuss their works in relation to the programme theme, Re-Sounding Dublin. Supported by Dublin City Council and presented in association with the Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin. Performers: Michael Quinn (organ), David Bremner (organ), Fergal Dowling (live electronics), Rob Canning (live electronics).
Nissim Schaul, Harpsichord Swirl (multichannel fixed media)
Rob Canning, *53.342916 -6.269724 <-> 53.344252 -6.269788, Wed Nov 21 20:XX:XX UTC 2012, (for organ, secondary acoustic and bidirectional audio stream)
David Bremner, *Interior Designs (for organ and electronics)
Fergal Dowling, *Ground (organ, multichannel live electronics)
Gráinne Mulvey, *Streetorgsounds (organ and fixed media)
*Dublin Sound Lab commission