Jonathan Nangle writes for RTÉ CultureRead more
Composer Jonathan Nangle was written a revealing essay for RTÉ Culture about his new album with Crash Ensemble, Pause.
Simon O’Connor appointed director of Ulysses CentreRead more
We are proud to share the news that composer Simon O’Connor will be the first director of a major new cultural centre in Dublin.
“…elasticated interruption, momentary stillness…”Read more
Classical Ear’s Michael Quinn gave Jonathan Nangle’s new album a five-star review this week, describing the title track, Pause, as…
“No stranger of the soldering iron”Read more
Jonathan Nangle was the focus of RTÉ lyric fm’s Culture File, covering subjects as diverse as soldering, shopping, knitting and 3D printing.
A new studio for DublinRead more
After months of planning, construction and final touches, we are delighted to announce our new purpose-built composition and post-production studio in the heart of Dublin.
Jonathan Nangle’s TessellateRead more
Tessellate, the second track to be released from Pause, Jonathan Nangle’s new album with Crash Ensemble, hits Spotify, iTunes and many other platforms today.
“…serenely atmospheric music for strings…”Read more
The leading USA music publication I Care if You Listen has just premiered Where distant city lights flicker on half-frozen…
“…music of serene focus…”Read more
The first track from composer Jonathan Nangle’s stunning new album with Crash Ensemble is now available across digital platforms.
“…always exuding a gentle, glowing warmth…”Read more
What is living and what is dead, an album of immersive solo piano music by Irish composer Simon O’Connor, has received a…
“What is living and what is dead” premiere in New YorkRead more
Ergodos launches new album What is living and what is dead by Irish composer Simon O’Connor at the American Irish…