Music Composition Centre
Trinity's Music Composition Centre provides a platform for composers and new music enthusiasts to showcase their research and bodies of work. It holds weekly public events (lectures, recitals, lectures-recitals) to promote contemporary composition in Ireland throughout the academic year.
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 Music Department is home to the talent of internationally recognised composers such as Evangelia Rigaki. Many of our students and graduates are members of the Irish Composers Collective, the Association of Irish Composers and the Contemporary Music Centre.
Featuring a public programme of over 25 free recitals and lectures per year, the Music Composition Centre aims to bring the practices of leading composers to students and public alike. The public events of the Music Composition Centre for the seasons 2011 - 2012 and 2013 - 2014 have been curated by Evangelia Rigaki.
For more information on the Music Composition Centre and its public event programme visit the website:
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