Mairéad Hickey & Agnès Clément

Mairéad Hickey & Agnès Clément

Mairéad Hickey & Agnès Clément
A captivating new duo featuring the celebrated Irish violinist Mairéad Hickey and the acclaimed French harpist Agnès Clément.

Mairéad Hickey violin
Agnès Clément harp

Like coffee and cake, fish and chips or Fred and Ginger, some pairings just can’t be topped. The exquisite combination of violin and harp is most definitely a match made in heaven, and no more so than in this new Music Network collaboration between Irish violinist Mairéad Hickey and French harpist Agnès Clément.

Celebrated for her captivating expression, soaring tone and fearless virtuosity, Mairéad Hickey’s natural ability to communicate sincerely, and with beauty and integrity has entranced audiences worldwide. Agnès Clément is recognised as a musician of exceptional talent whose astonishing virtuosity alongside an ability to deliver performances brimming with full-blooded passion has won her widespread acclaim.

Featuring a beautiful selection of music by Bach, Saint-Saëns, Massenet, Viardot, Renié, Spohr (the inventor of the violin chin rest no less!) and a brand new Music Network commission by John McLachlan, their programme will delight and enthral music lovers around the country.

Composer John McLachlan will present a Composer Insight Session during the final concert of the tour at Station House Theatre, Clifden on 16 October.

*Please note that Agnès Clément replaces Anaïs Gaudemard on this tour, in a change to the previously-advertised line-up.

Spohr Sonata Concertante in E-flat Major for violin and harp, Op.113 no.4
JS Bach
Andante and Allegro from Sonata No. 2 in A minor, BWV 1003
John McLachlan
Phoenix (New Music Network Commission)
Elegia Op.22


Henriette Renié
Légende d’après les Elfes de Leconte de Lisle
Haï Luli!
Méditation de Thaïs
Fantaisie in A Major, Op.124

Bruch Violin Concerto - HR-Sinfonie Orchester, Mairéad Hickey & Christoph Eschenbach
Agnès Clément

Audience Safety Information & Terms and Conditions for Music Network performances at St. Ann’s Church

Welcome back to live music!

In response to the Government’s recent announcement, patrons attending the concert on 13th October will be required to provide proof of immunity to Covid-19 on entry to the event. Patrons who are fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 within the previous 6 months should present the relevant certificate plus a photo ID on arrival. Accompanied minors (under 18) may attend regardless of their immunisation status.

Facemasks must be worn inside St. Ann's Church at all times, in keeping with the current Government mandate.

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