Support ‘What is living and what is dead’


We’re looking for your help to bring out a recording and published score of Simon O’Connor’s landmark solo piano work, What is living and what is dead. Today, we launched a FundIt crowd-funding campaign, and we would be grateful for your support bring about this compelling project. read more


“…musical states exposed to time…”


Robinson Panoramic Quartet, a unique string quartet comprising Malachy Robinson, double bass, Kate Ellis, cello, Robin Panter, viola and Anita Vedres, violin, will perform Benedict Schlepper-Connolly’s elegantly virtuosic A view from Above, this Sunday in Dublin. read more


Praise for ‘Rise up, my love’ on Classical Ear


Rise up, my love by the Irish Youth Chamber Choir, has received a glowing review from Michael Quinn writing for  the smartphone music app Classical Ear.

“As a marker of the still infant ensemble’s abilities, this first recording – a 22-minute-long EP – serves as a musical calling card of consummate elegance,” writes Quinn. read more

Photo: Lucy Clarke

Left Behind


We’re delighted to announce details of Left Behind, an exciting new collaboration, to round off the first season of Santa Rita Concerts at the Little Museum of Dublin. Join us at 7pm on Wednesday, 25 March, for an evening of fine wine and beautiful music in the intimate, candlelit setting of Dublin’s most charming museum. read more


Central and Remote


Seán Mac Erlaine was featured in an in-depth interview on the music website Fractured Air recently. The interview, titled ‘Central and Remote’ and conducted by Mark Carry, goes into the making of Mac Erlaine’s two solo albums and delves right back to the earliest stages of Mac Erlaine’s musical development. read more


Irish Youth Chamber Choir to tour debut EP


The Irish Youth Chamber Choir will tour their new EP in venues around Ireland this Spring. Released on the Ergodos label in January, Rise up, my love, is a fresh and vital debut, featuring music by contemporary choral masters Howard Skempton, Gabriel Jackson, Pēteris Vasks and Eric Whitacre. read more


The Santa Rita Concerts: SnowPoet


The Santa Rita Concerts, our series of music and wine evenings in the Little Museum of Dublin, continues on Wednesday 25 February with SnowPoet.

London-based SnowPoet was born out of a musical friendship and understanding. read more

Bob Gilmore (c) Paolo Giudici

Remembering Bob


Today we are in Amsterdam for the funeral of Bob Gilmore, who died in the early hours of Friday, 2 January with his beloved Elisabeth next to him. Bob will be remembered as a great musician, musicologist, teacher and father — but also, and by so many, as a warm, inspiring and funny friend. read more


All the ends of the earth on sale now


All the ends of the earth reaches across nine centuries to connect three contemporary Irish voices with Christmas music by a mediæval master. Present-day Dublin and 12th-century Notre Dame Cathedral have never seemed closer in this, the latest time-shrinking project by the visionary Ergodos Musicians. read more