Pipeworks 

From its beginnings in 1980 as the Dublin International Organ & Choral Festival, Pipeworks has brought to Irish audiences a diverse programme of music-making with the organ at its centre, fully exploiting not only the wonderful range of instruments to be found in Ireland, but the splendid cathedrals, churches and concert halls which house them.

 

Pipeworks has expanded its remit to explore Ireland’s organ heritage. In non-festival years, Pipeworks presents recital series and has become known for its complete-works series, having presented the complete organ works of J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Dieterich Buxtehude and Olivier Messiaen, as well as the complete organ symphonies of Louis Vierne, all given by organists resident in Ireland.

Pipeworks Call for applications for Artistic Director 2023-25

Pipeworks seeks an imaginative, agile and experienced cultural leader, well connected and respected within the organ sector with the capacity to build positive relationships and collaborate with a range of stakeholders within diverse contexts. An ambitious artistic leader who will bring a generous, inclusive, equitable leadership approach in alignment with Pipeworks’s ethos and values.

Closing date for applications: Friday 4th September 2021

 

A full job description and details on how to apply can be found here >>

Pipeworks From the Organ Loft 2.0 | June 16 - 20 2021

Pipeworks presents five digital events featuring Tom Little, Carole O'Connor, David O'Shea, David Leigh, Alan Smale and Evan Lawrence, delivering a diverse programme of music and informative talks filmed at Christ Church Cathedral, the Dublin Unitarian Church and Sandford Parish Church.

All lovers of organ music will find something to enjoy in our online programme of three concerts and two talks.

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