Music/Sound Art

By annmarie.keaveney, 19 October, 2023

Suzanne hails from Carrickfergus. Having studied at UUJ, DIT, TCD and UUC she relocated to Warsaw, Poland in 2006 due to her husband’s work commitments. There she was a Music Specialist at the British School. Suzanne also implemented the inaugural ABRSM examination session in Warsaw along with regular gigs for embassies.

By annmarie.keaveney, 19 October, 2023

Nocht Studio is an emerging collaborative art practice that focuses on made objects and interactive experiences. The studio was founded in 2018 by Martin McGloin and Philip Ryan with studios and workshops in both Clonmel, Tipperary and Beltra, Sligo. Martin and Philip both graduated from the Dublin School of Architecture in 2013.

By annmarie.keaveney, 16 October, 2023

Yonit Kosovske performs as a soloist, chamber musician, and collaborative artist on harpsichord, modern piano, fortepiano, and chamber organ. She is dedicated to a diverse body of repertoire spanning 500 years, from the 1500s through Contemporary music. She is involved in many different projects bringing together music and dance, visual arts, poetry, and film. Yonit is co-producer of the Limerick Early Music Festival, co-director of H.I.P.S.T.E.R.

By annmarie.keaveney, 16 October, 2023

Kristof is a singer-songwriter living in Carrick-on-Suir, Ireland ; originally from Orléans in France.

He received his first guitar as a Christmas present from the factory where his father was working. Since then the guitar has been a true companion. In the second half of the 90’s Kristof joined the group “Au Lit Les Mômes”. It was a great formative time with great friends playing original songs and folk music from Ireland and Quebec.

By denise.mcdonagh, 21 September, 2023

Pat is a professional piano player, vocalist and musical director for over 30 years. 

He is an A.I.M.s award-winning sound engineer providing full sound system, lights and video recording for all events. 

MA Festive Arts - IWAMD - UL 

BA Arts (Music) - UCC 

H. Diploma in Education - UCC

By administrator, 20 July, 2023

Sam Barker grew up in rural Tipperary. 

He achieved an honours degree in music performance and a subsequent master's degree in composition from CIT Cork School of Music. Sam engages in a broad range of musical styles while mainly focusing on classical, jazz and improvised music. His compositions have been performed by soloists, ensembles and orchestras across Ireland and abroad.

By administrator, 20 July, 2023

Edel Meade is an award-winning vocalist and composer from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. For her, music-making is less about playing within the confines of a particular genre and more about stretching her abilities as a creative artist with something to say. 

By administrator, 20 July, 2023

I'm an experienced community musician with a specialism in devised, collaborative work. I have substantial experience working with schools and adult mental health groups and am particularly interested in developing arts and health work with adults. I have built a group resource in the form of The Good Vibrations Orchestra, a set of extremely accessible tuned instruments, gongs, percussion and electronics which I use for much of my work. 

I generally work with people who don't consider themselves to be 'musicians' and encourage active, creative input from participants.

By administrator, 20 July, 2023

Aideen Barry is a visual artist whose work has been widely exhibited in solo and group exhibitions and commissions in Ireland and internationally. 

Significant projects include: residencies and exhibitions at;  IMMA, The Irish Museum of Modern Art; Ireland, CAC Malaga; Spain,  The Headlands Center for the Arts; US, Centre for the Less Good Idea; South Africa,  Art OMI; US, The Whitaker Museum; UK, NASA Kennedy Space Center; US, Skaftfell; Iceland, Banff Centre; Canada, Centre Cultural Irlandais; France.