In celebration of Trinity Orchestra’s 30th year, the orchestra is playing their second classical concert of the academic year, the Hilary Term Concert! Trinity Orchestra is comprised of Trinity College Dublin’s most talented musicians with members coming from every corner of Trinity, brought together by their love for music. It is the only entirely student-run orchestra in Ireland.
The programme includes Sibelius’s ‘Finlandia’, Liszt’s ‘Totentanz’, Copeland’s ‘Fanfare for the Common Man’, Barber’s ‘Adagio for Strings’ and the ‘Afro American Symphony’ composed by William Grant Still. The concert is conducted by Cathal Folan and features the extremely talented piano soloist Juliette Morrison.
Where: Church of the Immaculate Conception, Dublin, 4 Merchant’s Quay, Dublin
When: 7pm to 10pm
How much: €12 adults/€10 students
The ‘Back to Basics Tour’ documentary, created by CLIFFORD CLIFFORD Productions, offers an authentic and genuine insight into the world of unsigned and independent musicians creating and promoting their material in Ireland. The documentary follows songsters Greg Clifford, Barry Jay Hughes, and Ian N. Brennan, as they take on a self-funded and booked 17-show tour of the country over 3 weeks, as they attempt to find success or solace in an ambiguous and cluttered industry.
The tour aesthetic was one of the grassroots DIY graft, with an emphasis placed on pure, honest and stripped back acoustic performances. Recognising and working sensibly within limitations and parameters was key, as was ‘bringing music back to its simplest form… bringing it all back to basics’.
Where: IMRO, Pembroke Row, Dublin
When: 7pm to 9pm
How much: Admission free, for registration mail email@example.com
Transparent is a collective based in Dublin that focuses on sustainable fashion and intersecting environmental and social justice issues surrounding fast-fashion. It’s a non-profit collective with contributors from Ireland and beyond.
Issue 1 addresses diverse and interrelated topics surrounding fast-fashion. It gives a taste of the multitude of issues that need to be addressed and solved in today’s fashion world. Through this issue, they define what sustainability means to the collective and why they think it is important to talk about it. The aim is to make sustainability more topical and fun. The content in this issue addresses topics such as feminism, consumerism and body positivity, just to name a few.
Where: The Big Romance, 98 Parnell Street, Dublin
When: 8pm to 12am
How much: Admission free, registration required