“The weathered stone” launches at Smock Alley


Dublin composer Benedict Schlepper-Connolly launches his new album The weathered stone on 28 September 2016 with an immersive performance of beautiful and intricate compositions. The evening opens with a solo performance by reeds player Seán Mac Erlaine and ends with a launch reception. read more

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Ergodos announces global distribution with Cargo


Ergodos is delighted to announce a global distribution deal with Cargo Records. This major development for the Dublin-based label will ensure that Ergodos’ releases can be discovered in record shops from Tokyo to San Francisco. read more


Ergodos at the London Independent Label Market


Ergodos will be joining over one hundred other record labels at the Independent Label Market in London on Saturday, 23 July from 11am to 6.30pm. Held at the London Brewers’ Market in Spitalfields, the Independent Label Market attracts over forty-five thousand music lovers across the day. read more

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Bladmuziek van de Nederlandse componist Peter Adriaansz.
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Peter Adriaansz’ Enclosures Launches in the Hague


Ergodos is proud to be releasing composer Peter Adriaansz’ new album, Enclosures, on 15 June 2016. Written between 2008 and 2013, this record is a treasury of chamber music highlighting the Netherlands-based composer’s fastidious artistic mind. read more

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Left Behind on tour


Left Behind, a beautiful, transcendent music project marking the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, will tour Ireland in April and May 2016.

Written by composer and curator Simon O’Connor, and commissioned and presented by vocalist Michelle O’Rourke, Left Behind: Songs of the 1916 Widows is a new collection of songs which draw on the experiences of the wives of prominent rebel leaders in the 1916 Rising. read more


David Collier’s Smacht to Launch on 2 April


Irish composer David Collier’s debut album, Smacht, will be released on vinyl on 2 April, with a special event in Dublin to mark the occasion.

Admission to this event is free, but booking required: for full details on the launch event, which will feature live music by an all-star string quartet, plus a screening of a new film by director Bob Gallagher, see here. read more


Songs on the road


Ergodos Musicians hit the road from 3 to 11 February, bringing the celebrated Songs project to seven venues around Ireland, presented by Music Network.

“Nothing could better exemplify the continued vitality of the song tradition,” wrote the Irish Times about the music that will reach Dundrum, Carrick-on-Shannon, Clifden, Carlow, Bray, Tralee and Waterford. read more

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The world according to Bob


Ergodos is proud to be curating and producing a concert in London on in March 2016 as part of a two-day event to remember the musician and musicologist Bob Gilmore, who died earlier this year. read more


Give vinyl this Christmas


Thinking about giving the timeless gift of music this Christmas? The Ergodos store is filled with beautiful vinyl records for the music lover in your life. From exhilarating orange vinyl to stunning artwork, these are wonderful objects to unwrap, hold and own. read more


Ergodos Musicians tour Songs project in February


Promoted by Music Network, the Ergodos Musician’s Songs project will reach seven venues across Ireland in February 2016.

“Prepare to be utterly entranced as five of Ireland’s finest contemporary musicians celebrate the undying power of song, the most constant of musical forms,” write Music Network. read more


Ergodos at the ECM Weekend Fringe


Ergodos is honoured to be part of a must-see weekend of events at Triskel in Cork celebrating the German record label ECM.

On Saturday, 28 November, Ergodos founders Garrett Sholdice and Benedict Schlepper-Connolly are joined by Michelle O’Rourke (voice), Seán Mac Erlaine (bass clarinet) and Linda Buckley (voice/electronics) in a performance in the Triskel Project Space. read more


“A pure delight.”


Siobhán Long gave a fine response to The master’s return in the Irish Times. In her four star review, Long writes that “hearing the spry notes hop and skip through the ether conjures worlds long gone, but hankered after, for all their devil-may-care nonchalance”. read more


The master’s return


Renowned fiddle player Frankie Gavin, who co-founded the highly influential supergroup Dé Danann, joins forces with the father-and-son duo of Malachy Bourke (fiddle) and Brian Bourke (bodhrán) to explore the spry and athletic repertoire of early twentieth-century Sligo-American fiddler, Paddy Killoran (1904-1965). read more


Launch concert for new Kevin Volans album


We celebrate the launch of violin:piano, a new record of scintillating chamber music by composer Kevin Volans, with a very special concert from pianist Jill Richards and violinist / violist Waldo Alexander in Dublin’s atmospheric Pepper Canister Church on Sunday 4 October at 8pm. read more


The feeling of remembering


A luxuriant set of recordings, The feeling of remembering (released on CD) and re:play (released on vinyl), present music for cello by the singular English composer Christopher Fox. Both formats share much of the same music – but each format frames the material in its own unique way, making for a beautiful, mutually enriching, collectable pair. read more