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Our 14th Year Celebrating Irish Connections

13th - 16th October 2016

Fundraising Gala 2016

Curtis Auditorium, CIT School Of Music, Cork Wednesday 7th September 2016, 8pm

13th – 16th October 2016

Ensemble Marsyas – Virtuosic music for winds from the 18th century

Ensemble Marsyas – Virtuosic music for winds from the 18th century

Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
Thursday 13th October, 8pm

Rachel Kelly, Peter Whelan & Cork Baroque Orchestra

Rachel Kelly, Peter Whelan & Cork Baroque Orchestra

Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music
Friday 14th October, 8pm

“Dream Hunting” with the Giordani String Quartet

“Dream Hunting” with the Giordani String Quartet

Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh
Saturday 15th October, 8pm

The Piper and the Faerie Queen – Camerata Kilkenny and David Power

The Piper and the Faerie Queen – Camerata Kilkenny and David Power

St.Multose Church, Kinsale
Sunday 16th October, 3.30pm

We have a wonderful programme of events this year, some very well known faces and names, music from local up and coming young musicians, workshops, and some late night sessions for a bit of craic.

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Please Support East Cork Early Music

East Cork Early Music, a registered charity, is generously supported by the Arts Council and County Council, but the cost of running a festival of this scale and artistic ambition is high and your continued support helps make the festival what it is.

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Céad míle fáilte to the East Cork Early Music Festival 2016 where we are celebrating “Irish connections” through music. We will be presenting an array of Ireland’s leading early music specialists performing an interesting selection of works by...

ECEMF Chamber Music Competition Winners!

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