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Sligo International Chamber Music Festival
Jan
21

Ib Hausmann

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“Ib Hausmann, without a doubt, is one of Europe´s leading clarinetists“
Norbert Ely, Deutschlandfunk

Ib Hausmann, who plays both the classical clarinet and the E flat, bass clarinet and basset horn, studied in Berlin with Ewald Koch and with the pianist of the Beaux Arts Trio, Menahem Pressler, in Banff. His cultural development was also influenced by György Kurtág.

Jan
21

Amatis Piano Trio

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The Amatis Piano Trio was founded in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in 2014 by German violinist Lea Hausmann, British cellist Samuel Shepherd and Dutch/Chinese pianist Mengjie Han.

Jan
21

Hugh Tinney

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Since winning first prize at both the 1983 Pozzoli and 1984 Paloma O’Shea piano competitions in Italy and Spain, Hugh Tinney has performed in more than thirty-five countries throughout Europe, the USA, Latin America and the Far East.

Jan
16

clair-obscur

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The main focus of the group is chamber music. With the support of their mentor and teacher, viola player of the Artemis String Quartet, Prof. Friedemann Weigle, clair-obsur has developed into a highly sought after ensemble, playing venues such as the Philharmonie, Berlin and the Carnegie Hall, New York, first playing here in 2006.

Jan
16

Cassiopeia Winds

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Cassiopeia Winds is an Irish chamber wind ensemble formed in 2010, whose performances are marked by vivacity, panache and a dedication to the exploration of fine sound-worlds. Though the ensemble has the capacity to expand or contract to suit its innovative programming, at its core is a quintet of players whose members are among the finest in the country, including players from the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, RTÉ Concert Orchestra and the Crash Ensemble.

Jan
26

RTÉ Contempo Quartet

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“Full of telling detail…this was a performance undertaken out of love for the music” (Irish Times, 2016)

Jan
25

The Vogler Quartet

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Tim Vogler (violin), Frank Reinecke (violin), Stefan Fehlandt (viola), Stephan Forck (cello).

Formed in East Berlin in 1985, The Vogler Quartet quickly established itself as one of the finest quartets of its generation.