upcoming

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After Beethoven

New Chamber Work, Fossil Light & Curated Concert with Musikfabrik,

National Concert Hall’s Beethoven 250th Birthday Celebration,

Commissioned by the Office of Public Works,

Ireland, June 2022

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The Little Lives

collaboration with A.L. Kennedy,

Munich Biennale: International Festival for New Music Theatre,

Germany, 2022

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gravity dreams for cello, double bass & electronics,

commissioned by Caimin Gilmore and Kate Ellis,

with funds from the Arts Council of Ireland,

Ireland, 2022

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Gaudeamus Juror for 2022 Prize

Ann will join the assessment panel along with Huang Ro and Ted Hearne. For full information on the terms, categories and submission details, go here: https://gaudeamus.nl/call/gaudeamus-award/

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Visiting Lecturer at ESMUC for the Autumn Semester,

Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya,

Barcelona, Autumn 2022

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New Large Scale Work for moving Soloists, Large Choir, and Orchestra,

Collaborative work with text from Annemarie Ní Churreáin, film from Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, visual direction from Justine Cooper,

New Music Dublin Festival,

Ireland, April 2023

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Diatribe Landscape Series,

Recording ‘an Cúigiú Cúige’ Album,

Irish Midlands, 2021-23

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New Electric Guitar Duo

santorsa~pereyra duo,

Commissioned by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation,

Supported by a residency at The Experimentalstudios, Freiburg

2023

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Guest Composer & Teacher at June in Buffalo,

University of Buffalo,

USA, June 2023

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Composition Fellow

Civitella Ranieri Foundation

Italy, Summer 2023

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Guest Composer & Teacher at Il Suono Contemporary Music Week,

Ensemble Suono Giallo,

Italy, July 2023

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New Site-Responsive, Multi-layered Work

collaboration with Crash Ensemble, Lay of the Land, Fionnuala Conway, and Maeve Stone,

site-specific and concert work for large ensemble & visual environments,

Ireland/The Netherlands/UK, 2023

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film version of a recent chamber opera,

developed with funds from the Next Generation Bursary, Arts Council of Ireland,

2018-23

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New Ensemble Work

evening length piece for large ensemble,

ELISION,

Australia, 2024

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New Cycle of Works/Multi-Layered Theatre

for brass instruments and electronic sculptures in extended concert/theatre environments,

for Callum G’Froerer, Max Murray, Weston Olencki, and Samuel Stoll,

Developed with funds from The Arts Council of Ireland’s Music Bursary Award,

Ireland/Germany/Australia/USA, 2017-2025

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