Musicians-in-Residence at dlr LexIconResidencies for established musicians were awarded to Susan McKeown and Conor Linehan, and a residency for an emerging musician was awarded to Craig Cox. The residencies will culminate in a series of free concerts at the dlr LexIcon Studio and Library from July to September.
|Sun 29 July, 2pm||Susan McKeown||Book Tickets|
|Fri 5 Sept, 1pm||Q&A with Craig Cox||Book Tickets|
|SOLD OUT: Thurs 6 Sept, 7pm||Susan McKeown||Book Tickets|
|SOLD OUT: Thurs 13 Sept, 7pm||Craig Cox||Book Tickets|
|Sun 16 Sept, 2pm||Conor Linehan||Book Tickets|
|Fri 28 Sept, 1pm||Q&A with Susan McKeown||Book Tickets|
|Sun 30 Sept, 2pm||Conor Linehan||Book Tickets|
|Tues 9 Oct, 1pm||Q&A with Conor Linehan||Book Tickets|
Concerts on Thursday 6th September and Thursday 13th September are fully booked. To join the waiting list, email Aisling on email@example.com.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council recently announced the appointment of Musicians-in-Residence 2018 in a scheme jointly funded by the Arts Council, and managed by Music Network. Three residencies were offered in 2018: residencies for established musicians were awarded to Susan McKeown and Conor Linehan, and a residency for an emerging musician was awarded to Craig Cox.
The residencies will culminate in a series of free concerts at the dlr LexIcon Studio and Library from July to September as follows:
Grammy award‐winning and BBC Folk Music Award nominated vocalist and songwriter Susan McKeown will perform a series of songs about her experience as a woman living in Dún Laoghaire Rathdown today, taking inspiration from her own life and everyday encounters with people in the town as well as the Pier, the Forty Foot, Killiney Hill and beyond. Susan will be joined by collaborators Ger Kiely (guitar) and Trevor Hutchinson (double bass) for two concerts - Sunday 29th July and Thursday 6th September.
Sound artist and composer Craig Cox will perform a new work inspired by and incorporating the incidental rhythms and percussive sounds made by the inhabitants of the area. Performing on violin and electronics, he will be joined by his frequent collaborator Aoife Hammond, an experimental guitarist and Sebastian Jezzi, a jazz drummer. Composers Nikki Sheth and Aurelie Ferriere will also present intriguing spatial compositions as part of the concert programme on Thursday 13th September.
Pianist and composer Conor Linehan will perform a concert on Sunday 16th September which will include a showing of work in progress 'Madame Violante's Commodious Booth' and other songs and music by Conor, performed with Susannah de Wrixon and Mark O'Regan (vocals) and Ailbhe McDonagh (cello).
On Sunday 30th September Conor will present a piece based on Ravel's cycle 'Le Tombeau de Couperin' featuring Oonagh Keogh on violin with movement by Emma O'Kane. The concert will also include a new composition by Conor Linehan for piano and violin based on and incorporating interviews with friends and family around growing up in Blackrock in the 70s and 80s, as well as Ravel's Tzigane, and 3 pieces for violin and piano by Oonagh Keogh.
|Sun 29 July||Susan McKeown||2pm , FREE|
|Fri 5 Sept||Q&A with Craig Cox||1pm , FREE, no booking required|
|SOLD OUT: Thurs 6 Sept||Susan McKeown||7pm , SOLD OUT|
|SOLD OUT: Thurs 13 Sept||Craig Cox||7pm , SOLD OUT|
|Sun 16 Sept||Conor Linehan||2pm , FREE|
|Fri 28 Sept||Q&A with Susan McKeown||1pm , FREE, no booking required|
|Sun 30 Sept||Conor Linehan||2pm , FREE|
|Tues 9 Oct||Q&A with Conor Linehan||1pm , FREE, no booking required|