Castleconnell Concert Series | Katherine Hunka and Finghin Collins
Limerick Arts Office presents
Katherine Hunka (Violin) and Finghin Collins (Piano)
Introduced by Liz Nolan, RTE Lyric FM
All Saints Church, Castleconnell | Tues, Nov 28th | 8pm | €15/€10
* Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets will be available on the door this evening.
London born Katherine Hunka is Leader of the Irish Chamber Orchestra, frequently directing from the Leader’s chair. She has performed at major Irish chamber music festivals and toured regularly with her trio, the Far Flung. One of Ireland’s most successful musicians, Dublin born Finghin Collins has a vibrant international career, giving his second critically acclaimed performance at the BBC Proms in 2010, and featured as Gramophone’sEditors Choice in 2006. In addition to his performance career, he is artistic director of both the New Ross Piano Festival and Music for Galway.
In a new and exciting collaboration, violinist Katherine Hunka and pianist Finghin Collins will tour to nine venues on their Arts Council funded nationwide tour. As well as being among the top soloists in the country, they are exceptional communicators; entertaining and informative introductions to the music can be expected. The programme of duets for violin and piano will feature well-known classics by Beethoven and Brahms and lesser-known works by Czech composer Leos Janacek and contemporary Irish composer Ian Wilson.
Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata No. 4 in A minor, Op. 23
Ian Wilson ‘From the Book of Longing’
LeošJanáček Sonata for violin and piano
Johannes Brahms Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Op. 78
The concert is part of a classicallinks tour funded by an Arts Council Touring Award.
**Online offer: Buy a ticket to any two shows in the series for the special price of €25 – just add the tickets to your cart!
A Limerick Arts Office initiative in collaboration with the Castleconnell Concert committee.
- Please note all ticket prices include a €1 per ticket booking charge.
- No exchanges or refunds.
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