Author Archives: seanlclancy

About seanlclancy

Irish Composer living between Dublin, Ireland & Birmingham, UK

Always Washes His Hands

I’ve started using a new moniker ‘Always Washes His Hands‘ to compose, perform and release new electronic music I’m working on in parallel with my instrumental music. My first offering is a nineteen minute piece imaginatively titled ‘Always Washes His Hands … Continue reading

Fortunately, No Complaints

The antithesis to destruction is creation… Austrian Cultural Forum At the beginning of November I was fortunate enough to be included in the Soundings Series at the Austrian Cultural Forum in London. It was such a marvellous experience to be … Continue reading

…and So On and So Forth…

I’ve been keeping busy. If you are interested in anything that I do, below you will find some highlights of the past few months. I also just posted a newish piece to soundcloud here. Walk from Birmingham to London for … Continue reading

45 Minutes of Music on the Subject of Football is here

I’m delighted to announce that last Friday, Birmingham Record Company released my first full length album with them entitled 45 Minutes of Music on the Subject of Football. Performed by Ensemble Krock from Sweden, the album was recorded and mixed … Continue reading

Release of 45 Minutes of Music on the Subject of Football and so on and so on…

Good news! Birmingham Record Company will be releasing my electric guitar quartet Forty-Five Minutes of Music on the Subject of Football on 7 August 2015. Performed by Ensemble Krock and recorded & mixed by John Murphy at Guerrilla Studios (with mastering … Continue reading

Planes, Trains, and… Walking

From 6 – 12 July Joe Cutler and I will walk from Birmingham to London along the Grand Union Canal in support of Orkest de Ereprijs’ Young Composers Meeting. Orkest de Ereprijs have had severe cuts over the past number … Continue reading

Nowhere Better Than This Place

Last Saturday I went to an exhibition at the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin where I saw Untitled, 1989/1990 by artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, a piece consisting of two large stacks of paper with the sentence Somewhere better than this place … Continue reading

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