“…a city that lives and breathes music…”

This Sunday 4 March, as part of the New Music Dublin festival, Ergodos invites you on a unique musical walking trail through the city. On a winding route through the city’s back streets and laneways, you’ll discover music from a fascinating range of musicians and composers.

Some not-so-secret highlights include:

  • A re-imagining of the music of 12th-century abbess, Hildegard von Bingen, by Fiona Kelleher, Irene Buckley and Linda Buckley
  • An immersive soundscape of woodwind and electronics by Seán Mac Erlaine
  • New songs by composer Judith Ring, performed by vocal trio Silver Kites
  • Jonathan Nangle’s new “kinetic sound sculpture”, where music meets technology
  • A musical exploration of water by Olesya Zdorovetska, Keith Lindsay and Nick Roth

Visiting some of Dublin’s most hidden spaces, you’ll encounter a surprising sequence of performances across more than two hours of musical exploration.

“Dublin is a city that lives and breathes music, and the New Music Dublin trail looks to continue this strong tradition. We’ve invited some of our very favourite musicians and composers to take part, and we’ve found some very special places for their music to be heard.” – Ergodos directors Benedict Schlepper-Connolly and Garrett Sholdice

Trails begin from the National Concert Hall at 11:00am, 11:30am and 12:00pm on Sunday 4 March. All walks 150 mins approx. Coffee and snack included. Book now.