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i-and-e festival 2010

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

3 days of improvised & contemporary music

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i-and-e 2010 will go ahead as planned but may be subject to changes in performance order and or performers depending on the situation in relation to incoming flights. Please consult this website for further details.

RUTH BARBERÁN (Spain)
ROB CASEY (Ireland)
FERRAN FAGES (Spain)
KLAUS FILIP (Austria)
OLIVIER GERMAIN-NOUREAUX (France)
EVA-MARIA HOUBEN (Germany)
AILBHE MCDONAGH (Ireland)
RADU MALFATTI (Austria)
ALFREDO COSTA MONTEIRO (Spain)
NEUE FLÖTENTÖNE (Germany)
IVAN PALACKY (Czech Republic)
GARRETT SHOLDICE (Ireland)
ELISABETH SMALT (Netherlands)
PAUL VOGEL (Ireland)

Friday 23 April
8 pm
The Ireland Institute,
27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2

Ferran Fages solo

Olivier Germain-Noureaux / Alfredo Costa Monteiro / Paul Vogel
Garrett Sholdice (new work for viola performed by Elisabeth Smalt)
Ruth Barberán / Ivan Palacky

Saturday 24 April
Afternoon concert (3pm, doors at 2.45)
The Goethe-Institut,
37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2

Eva –Maria Houben: piano concert

Programme:
John Cage Music for Piano 20 (1953)
Eva-Maria Houben drei choräle (penser à satie) (2007)
Eva-Maria Houben klavier (2003)
John Cage Music for Piano 3 (1953)

Saturday 24 April
8 pm
The Ireland Institute,
27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2

Olivier Germain-Noureaux solo

Rob Casey (new work for cello performed by Ailbhe McDonagh)
Atolón (Ruth Barberán / Ferran Fages / Alfredo Costa Monteiro)
Klaus Filip / Radu Malfatti

Sunday 25 April
3 pm
The Chapel, IMMA
Kilmainham, Dublin 8

Eva-Maria Houben: compositions for flute

Performed by Neue Flötentöne (Website) /  Dörte Nienstedt (Website)

Programme:
Atmungen
Throngs
Quelques Riens
Waves (first performance)

The concert will be preceded by a pre-concert talk by the composer at 2 pm.
This concert is presented in partnership with the Goethe-Institut,
Dublin


Evening concerts:  €12 / €20 for both nights
Afternoon concerts: free admission

i-and-e festival 2009 photos

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

The i-and-e festival 2009 is now over.
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i-and-e festival 2009

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

20/21 March 2009
The Ireland Institute, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
Prices
: 12 euro per night or 20 euro for the two nights.

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Friday 20 March, 7 PM

  • JULIO CAMARENA (guitar) / ADAM LUBROTH (visuals) / WADE MATTHEWS (reeds,electronics)
  • SEYMOUR WRIGHT (solo alto saxophone)
  • FERGUS KELLY (homemade instruments) / JÜRGEN SIMPSON (electronics)
  • PASCAL BATTUS (homemade instruments) / CHRISTINE SEHNAOUI (alto saxophone)

    Saturday 21 March,  7 PM

    • SAFE (electronics)
    • LEO DUMONT (percussion) / CYRIL EPINAT (guitar) / MATHIAS FORGE (trombone)
    • ROBIN HAYWARD (solo tuba)
    • THOMAS LEHN (analogue synthesizer) / PAUL LOVENS (drums)

    With the support of the Art Council, Goethe Institut and the Cervantes Institute.

    Since 2005, i-and-e has presented an annual festival in Dublin featuring both international and Irish performers, drawn from the worlds of improvised music, contemporary composition and sound art. Guests have included Keith Rowe, Mark Wastell, Andrea Neumann, Fergus Kelly, Rhodri Davies, Joe Colley, Judith Ring, Lee Patterson, Axel Dorner, Ferran Fages and Sean Meehan. Further one-off i-and-e events have included John Tilbury’s performance of Morton Feldman’s composition For Bunita Marcus in 2007, and Fred van Hove’s solo church organ performance in 2008.