Music Composition Centre
The recently established Music Composition Centre is providing a new platform for composers equipped for the emerging music of the 21st century. We hold regular public events (lectures, recitals, lectures-recitals) to promote contemporary composition in Ireland.
Trinity has an illustrious record in music composition which in recent times has expanded to include a focus on bridging the gap between the normal acoustic environment of concert music and the cutting-edge developments in music technology. The Department is home to the talent of internationally recognised composers such as Evangelia Rigaki, Matthew Barnson and Donnacha Dennehy (currently a global scholar at Princeton University).
- CALL FOR PAPERS! Composition In The 21st Century - 9th Sept 2013 deadline
- 'Music By 12 Composers' - M.Phil in Music Composition Graduate Showcase 2013
- Lecture-Recital by Mezzo Soprano Michelle O'Rourke & Composer Evangelia Rigaki-'Sean Nos: A Contemporary Exploration'
- Performance by United Instruments of Lucilin flautist Sophie Deshayes
- 'What Next?' Lecture by Musicologist and Writer Paul Griffiths
- 'Writing for Piano': The Inaugural Lecture Recital of Prof. Rolf Hind
- NODE Ensemble presents brand new compositions
- Performance by the Lucilin Ensembles Guy Frisch and André Pons-Valdès
- Music Composition Centre proudly hosts New Music Marathon in association with CMC
- Roger Doyle Gives Inaugural Lecture as new Adjunct Professor in Music
- Claire Egan of IMRO gives talk on Performing Rights In Music
- Composer Christopher Fox: 'Representation and Embodiment in Opera and Music Theatre'
- Composer Raymond Deane: 'Is There Life After Postmodernism'
- Kevin O'Connell, Composer: 'The Harmonic World'
- Mel Mercier, Composer: 'Composing with Poetry, in Tents, By the Sea: Peace Camp 2012'
- Dr. Michael Taylor, Lecturer: 'An Imaginary Landscape'
- Composer Brian Lock: Composing for Film
- Prof. Hormoz Farhat, Composer and Professor Emeritus
- Pavlos Antoniadis, Pianist: Lecture- Recital
- Creative Entrepreneurialism and the Humanities
- 'The Composer / Performer Dialogue' - talk by Alex Kidston
- Composer Nicola LeFanu: Lecture
- Talk by Stuart King, Clarinettist with CHROMA Ensemble
- Garrett Sholdice, Composer: 'Heart Vs. Head'
- Public Discussion with Adj TCD Prof. Gerald Barry