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Trumpeter Darren Cornish Moore's Residency focused on bringing to life the sound world of 17th and 18th century Dublin through an exploration and re-invention of some of the most beautiful music from that era. He worked in a collaborative partnership with renowned organist Malcolm Proud and they performed live in the Studio, dlr LexIcon, on 5 November.

Roaming Roseingrave - Darren Cornish Moore performance.

Performed on the 5th of November 2021 in dlr LexIcon Library as part of Darren Cornish Moore's residency.

 

Trumpet and cornetto player Darren Cornish Moore shares his first digital update as dlr Musician in Residence: Designing the Project.

Darren Cornish Moore dlr Musician in Residence: Old Vs New. dlr Musician in Residence Darren Cornish Moore shares his second digital update with us: How to write a piece of music that is influenced both by 18th century musicians and also by the Dada movement of the 20th century.

Darren Cornish Moore dlr Musician in Residence third update on his residency.

Dublin Dejavu. Darren's fourth update before his live concert.

 

Their collaboration focused on bringing to life the sound world of 17th and 18th century Dublin through an exploration and re-invention of some of the most beautiful music from that era. The core of the project was the music of Thomas Roseingrave, an organist and composer who was very highly regarded at the time and ultimately retired to Dún Laoghaire.

Darren Cornish Moore is an accomplished trumpet and cornetto player. Among the many world-renowned groups with whom he works, Darren has played for the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the English Baroque Soloists, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Irish Baroque Orchestra, and His Majestys Sagbutts & Cornetts. He has appeared at the BBC Proms, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Lincoln Centre New York, and he teaches both privately and as a visiting professor at the Royal Irish Academy of Music.

The Musicians in Residence Scheme is jointly funded by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and the Arts Council and managed by Music Network.

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