FOLLOWING two sell-out concert events in September, the Irish Chamber Orchestra has moved its upcoming live performance on-line. Schubert & Dvoràk directed by Katherine Hunka will likely be recorded for broadcast throughout ICO social media channels out there from Thursday October 22 at 5pm. The live performance will likely be out there for one week solely.
The programme for the night is; Schubert’s Rondo in A for Violin and Strings, D.438; David Fennessy’s Hirta Rounds; Dvoàk’s Serenade for Strings, Op. 22.
ICO’s Charlotte Eglington advised Limerick Put up that the upcoming programme spans centuries with Katherine Hunka demonstrating extraordinary virtuosity in Schubert’s concerted masterpiece.
“Schubert’s Rondo for Violin and String Orchestra is contemporary, lyrical, and completely lovable.”
There’s a lot to admire in Kildare-born David Fennessy’s compositions. He has been described as a composer of deep sensitivity, type and a knack for doing imaginative issues with outdated samples.
“Dvorák’s String Serenade is considered one of his hottest works enriched by his melodic inventiveness. From lyrical to exuberant this work has all of it.”
Schubert & Dvoràk with the Irish Chamber Orchestra will likely be launched by RTÉ lyric fm presenter, Liz Nolan and will likely be recorded for future broadcast on the Limerick based mostly station.
The Irish Chamber Orchestra has maintained a powerful on-line presence throughout social media since March and acquired to carry out in entrance of stay audiences in August and September.
“We’re delighted to have the ability to report and stream this live performance within the present local weather and we’re grateful for help of ICO initiatives at this tough time.”
Stream on www.irishchamberorchestra.com from 5pm on Thursday October 22.