Wednesday, 15th June 2011
Michael Joyce (piano) and Elaine Kenny (viola)
Christ Church Cathedral is pleased to welcome viola and piano duo Elaine Kenny and Michael Joyce to perform on Saturday June 18th. Elaine Kenny began studying music at the tender age of five in the Cork School of Music. Over the years, she has studied the viola with many noted tutors including Tomás McCarthy, John Vallery and Joachim Roewer. She has also partaken in master classes with Professor Bruno Giuranna, Massimo Paris and Liviu Stanese. Elaine completed her BA in Music and English in 2008 in University College Cork where she also attained her BMus in 2009. She is now studying for a Masters in Classical String Performance at the University of Limerick under Professor Bruno Giuranna . Elaine will be joined on piano by Michael Joyce.
We welcome back Michael Joyce who performed at the Cathedral in Spring. Michael began his piano studies at the Cork School of Music. He studied piano performance in Detmold, Germany, with Professors Nerine Barrett and Renate Kretschmar-Fischer at the Hochschule für Musik. He graduated with a first class honours Batchelor's degree. Michael has performed recitals throughout Ireland, most recently on a Music Network tour, and internationally at venues including the Maggio Musicale in Florence, the Casa da Musica in Porto and Wigmore Hall in London.
The concert will begin at 8pm and tickets are available on the door for €16/?12 concession. Join us for what is sure to be a wonderful night of music!
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