We’re sorry to see our guest cellist, Kate Ellis, unable to perform with us. But we’re delighted to announce that Katie Tertell has stepped in to perform pieces for our guest performers from the Crash Ensemble. Welcome, Katie!
The deadline for early bird and presenter registration has now been extended to 6 May, 23:00 UTC. Register at https://ulevents.eventsair.com/2022-icmc/icmc2022reg/Site/Register. The featured image is an Atlantic Puffin, which makes its home on western islands of Ireland. Photo from https://birdwatchireland.ie/birds/puffin/ credited to Peter Loughlin.
We will continue to post information as we receive it. In the mean time, we have compiled some travel tips and destinations as you plan your visit to Limerick. Check out the Travel Advice and Information page from the website menu.
The deadline for submissions has been extended until 10 January 2022. The submission link is still https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ICMC2022.
We are absolutely delighted to announce that this year’s keynotes will be George E. Lewis, Rebecca Fiebrink and Roger Doyle. Head over to our Keynotes page to read their bios.
Our partner, the Contemporary Music Centre (Ireland) will be providing a limited number of bursaries covering ICMC registration fees for composers/sound artists born or based on the island of Ireland who have been selected for ICMC 2022. Submit your work now! The call to apply for the bursaries will open in March 2022.
We are delighted to be partnering with the Crash Ensemble (https://www.crashensemble.com/) to bring you the featured performers for ICMC2022. We look forward to submissions that include Violin, Cello, Flute, Guitar and/or Percussion. Take a look at our Featured Performers page to read the bios for Kate Ellis, Larissa O’Grady, Barry O’Halpin, Susan Doyle and AlexContinue reading “Featured Performers”