Events

This page is for events (other than services) run by or in the church. If you would like to receive this info in a monthly e-mail, please submit your e-mail address above. For titles and people associated with services for the coming month, go to the services page. All events in the church unless otherwise stated.

Thursday 5th May
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
Judit Máté (organ)
1pm
Admission free

1.Andrew Synnott: Composition on Three Staves for Organ
2.Nicolas de Grigny: Ave maris stella
3.Pál Károlyi: Passacaglia für Orgel
4.J. S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV543
5.Dezső Antalffy-Zsiross: Madrigal
6.Charles-Marie Widor: Organ Symphony No. 6 – Allegro

Judit is a Hungarian-born organist presently studying and working in Dublin, Ireland. Playing the organ since the age of 14, she grew up learning music through the Kodaly method. She has studied in Hungary, Ireland and England and is currently in the closing stages of completing a Masters in Organ Performance at DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama where she studies with Simon Harden. Since 2010, she has been the organist and musical director of St. Jude The Apostle Church in Templeogue where she founded the St. Jude’s Chamber Orchestra and Concert Choir, a group she conducts to this day.

Saturday 7th May
Faure: Requiem
Cambiata Ensemble, conducted by Niall Kinsella
Martina Smyth – Organ
Unitarian Project Choir
8pm
Tickets €15 on the night (or €13 in advance from here)

Join us at the Dublin Unitarian Church for a special performance of Fauré’s sublime Requiem, conducted by Niall Kinsella. The Unitarian Project Choir, who prepared the work at a special ‘workshop day’, will be joined by the Cambiata Ensemble, organist Martina Smyth and soloists Sinéad Ní Mhurchú (soprano) and Peter Manning (baritone). The concert will also feature the music of Belgian composer César Franck.

Come hear the fruits of their labours!

Thursday 12th May
Music at the Unitarian Church
Christophe Capewell (piano)
1pm
Admission free

Multi-instrumentalist from Sheffield, England but long-time resident of Dublin, Christoph Capewell is well known on the Dublin live music scene regularly playing both solo and with Harry Bird & The Rubber Wellies. Today, he is looking forward to presenting his own original compositions.

Friday 13th May
Spring Journey 2016
The Whileaways
8pm
Tickets €12 (advance from here) and €15 (on the night)

Three powerful forces in irish roots music in their own right, Noelie McDonnell, Nicola Joyce and Noriana Kennedy combine as The Whileaways to create a beautiful blend of harmonies, tradition and lyrics. Using traditional American folksong and bluegrass as a starting point, all three write and sing songs drawing on their own experience and the result is captivating.

www.thewhileawaysmusic.com/

Thursday 19th May
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
Freddy Walsh (guitar)
1pm
Admission free

Irish classical guitarist having recently completed a Masters in Classical Performance at National University of Ireland Maynnooth

Friday 20th May
Mick Hanly In Concert
Doors 7.30pm
Tickets €25.40 from www.ticketmaster.ie

Following the release of his first album in 11 years, Mick Hanly is set to tour Ireland with regular collaborators Donal Lunny, Liam Bradley and James Delaney. His songs have been covered by Christy Moore, Mary Black, Dolores Keane, Delbert McClinton and others and, after a 50-year career of writing and performing, he continues to write with a freshness and vitality that few can match.

www.mickhanly.com

Thursday 26th May
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
Pablo Manjón-Cabezas Guzmán (clarinet)
Varazdat Khachatryan (piano)
1pm
Admission free

Sonata No. 2 for Clarinet and Piano in E-Flat major, Op. 120 by Johannes Brahms
Time Pieces for Clarinet and Piano by Robert Muczynski

Thursday 2nd June
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
Patrice Keegan (organ)
1pm
Admission free

Thursday 9th June
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
Ciarán O’Connell (flute)
Siobhán Kilkelly (organ)
1pm
Admission free

Saturday 11th June
Pierce Turner
Details to follow

Thursday 16th June
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
Songs for Bloomsday
Sandra Oman (soprano)
Niall Kinsella (piano)
1pm
Admission free

Thursday 23rd June
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
David O’Shea (organ)
1pm
Admission free

Thursday 30th June
Music at the Unitarian Church 2016
Carole O’Connor (organ)
1pm
Admission free

You may also be interested to hear of a special performance of the Requiem by Gabriel Fauré on Saturday 7th May at 8pm. This performance will be by the Cambiata Ensemble with a choir made up of members of the church choir and friends of the church. You can read more about the event at our Facebook event page.
Tickets for this event are €15 on the night or €13 in advance by clicking here.

There is lots of music happening at the Unitarian Church – we look forward to seeing you here sometime soon.

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