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About seanlclancy

Irish Composer living in Birmingham, UK

A festival of new music curated by the American composer David Lang has been announced

Originally posted on Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland:
The festival, presented by New Music Dublin, takes place at the National Concert Hall, Dublin from 6–7 March 2015 and will feature Bang on a Can All-Stars, Crash Ensemble, So Percussion, Trio Mediaeval,…

Forthcoming Performances

Below are some forthcoming performances I have just found out about. Maybe you can make it along! 23 August 2014 9:45pm – Greenbelt Festival, Big Top, Boughton House, Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK: Thumb perform Strange to See you Again by Seán Clancy … Continue reading

If it doesn’t exist on the Internet, it never happened…

(Ensemble KROCK recording at Guerrilla Studios in Dublin) Much has happened since the last post on this hidden corner of the Internet that has been left undocumented and as Kenneth Goldsmith says: ‘If it doesn’t exist on the Internet, it doesn’t … Continue reading

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KROCK perform a work by Seán Clancy on 11 July at the Kevin Barry Room, Dublin

Originally posted on Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland:
Ensemble KROCK Swedish ensemble KROCK specialise in playing contemporary music for electric guitars and electronics and since forming in 2005 have commissioned and premiered more than 30 pieces from internationally renowned composers. Fresh…

IICS & Future Performances

I’m just back from two weeks in Izmir in Turkey with my friend and colleague Ed Bennett where we were both teachers on the Interdisciplinary Involvement and Community Spaces project with Students from Birmingham City University. This project involves 30 students … Continue reading

Well, Well, Well

So after our fantastic Frontiers Festival there was but a small respite in work before another group of performances of my music in the UK and Ireland as well as a current trip to Stockholm (where I am now writing … Continue reading

Behind the Door by Giulia Berto

A number of weeks ago, I was invited to be photographed in my workspace for a project. Now, my workspace is not very exciting, it is the room in which I sleep with a desk in the corner. There are … Continue reading