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 Pipeworks Festival 2019 

Nosferatu with organ score improvised by Rónán Murray
9pm | Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
The 2019 Festival opens with a screening of Murnau’s 1922 expressionist silent film “Nosferatu”, his retelling of the Dracula story, in the dramatic gothic surroundings of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral...
Four Hands, Four Feet, One Organ | Patrice Keegan and Carole O’Connor (organ duet)
1:15pm | St Teresa’s Church, Clarendon Street 
The accomplished eight-limbed duo perform romantic and modern repertoire in the stunning surroundings and sumptuous acoustics of a hidden gem of Dublin city churches...
Tallis’s Lamentations and Medieval Chant | Tenebrae Consort
8pm | Christ Church Cathedral
Leading vocal ensemble Tenebrae re-enact the daily duties of singers in a medieval English cathedral from late afternoon to dusk. Experience the hypnotic dialogue of antiphonal psalms...
Vive la différence! | Simon Harden (organ)
1:15pm | St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral 
International prize-winning Irish organist Simon Harden, recently returned from Germany puts the puissant organ of the Pro-Cathedral through its paces...
Masterclass with Daniel Moult 
3pm | St Philip’s Church, Milltown
Daniel Moult is head of the organ faculty at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and enjoys an enviable reputation as a concert organist, teacher and organ animateur...
RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Pipeworks Festival Chorus, Fergal Caulfield (organ), David Leigh (conductor)
Fauré Requiem plus Barber and Elgar
8pm | Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

In partnership with The RTÉ Concert Orchestra and Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

Fergal Caulfield—a former Dublin International Organ Competition prizewinner and one of Ireland’s leading keyboard players—takes the virtuosic solo organ part in Toccata festiva, a work revealing a surprisingly exuberant side to its composer Samuel (Adagio for Strings) Barber...

Young Organists’ Platform Concert
11:30am | Dublin Unitarian Church, St Stephen’s Green
Some of Ireland’s most promising young organists perform their repertoire in a public concert on the recently restored J. W. Walker organ at the Dublin Unitarian Church...
The Trinity College Organ Through Five Centuries | Organbuilder Dominic Gwynn in conversation with Andrew Johnstone
2pm | Public Theatre, Front Square, Trinity College
Hear the remarkable life-story of Ireland’s oldest playable musical instrument from its origins in the year before Bach’s birth to its recent re-emergence from generations of obscurity...
Masterclass with Daniel Moult
4pm | Public Theatre, Front Square, Trinity College
Daniel leads a masterclass on the historic college organ focusing on the music to which it is especially suited. He will help participants craft their performances of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century repertoire...
From Byrd to Wesley on Ireland’s Oldest Organ | Daniel Moult (organ)
6:30pm | Public Theatre, Front Square, Trinity College
Daniel Moult showcases the organ newly reconstructed by Goetze & Gwynn in the Public Theatre of Trinity College in a programme surveying English repertoire ...
Naji Subhy Paul Irénée Hakim (organ)
8pm | St Michael's Church
Naji Subhy Paul Irénée Hakim is renowned as one of the greatest organists of our time. Winner of seven first prizes at the Paris Conservatoire and of many international competitions

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