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DIT Conservatory presents music marathon for a great cause

Posted: 6 April, 2017

The DIT Music Marathon on Saturday 8 April showcases the talented students of DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in an afternoon marathon of musical performances with all proceeds donated to The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC).

Conservatory - Music Marathon

The marathon features the range of instrumental ensembles at the Conservatory, as well as concerto soloists, chamber music and piano performances. The programme includes popular classics and contemporary repertoire for film, stage and concert hall. 

All proceeds on the door will be donated to The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC), Ireland’s national child protection charity. Their mission is to make the protection of children everyone’s priority.
 
No need to reserve your seats, just roll up and support a great cause! A fun, family day out. All are welcome. 
 
Performances on the day include: 

Sinfonietta (Conductor – Gillian Williams), Solo Cello – Marco Slutzky, Solo Cello – Nicholas O’Neill, Chamber – Aoife Moran (Piano), Piano Duet – Cianna, Cregan & Siobhan McCluskey, Prelude Strings (Conductor – Orla Mulrey), Solo Piano - Sadhbh Dennehy, Solo Cello – Agnieska Skwarek, DIT Harp Ensemble, Piano & Voice – Aoife Moran, DIT Symphony Orchestra (Conductor – David Brophy), Trio – Sally-Ann Brannigan & Anna McKenna (Violin), Aoife Moran (Piano), Sinfonia (Conductor – David O’Doherty), DIT Brass Class Ensemble, DIT Brass Quintet, Prelude Winds (Conductor – Rónán Grant), Phoenix Winds – Flute Ensemble, DIT Percussion Ensemble, Concert Band (Conductor – Ian Dakin), Wind Ensemble (Conductor – Conor O’Riordan) 

ENDS

Saturday 8 April, 2pm-6pm
Gleeson Theatre, DIT Kevin Street
Charity Donation | All proceeds donated to ISPCC