Spellbinding Night Music at the Ulster Museum & Duncairn Arts Centre
Moving On Music, one of the leading promoters of jazz, folk, roots, traditional, classical and “other” music in Northern Ireland, in collaboration with Belfast Music Society, present a new series of short concerts entitled Night Music.
Night Music occurs on the first Wednesday of every month involving top end Irish and Northern Irish musicians presenting high quality chamber music in an informal setting, along with opportunities to eat, drink and meet the artists. The performances, which all begin at 9pm, will combine familiar masterpieces with new and contemporary works.
Moving On Music and Belfast Music Society are both supported by National Lottery Funding through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. Ciaran Scullion, Head of Music, at the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, commented,
“Night Music is a fantastic initiative which sees two of the Arts Council’s funded clients working collaboratively in a really positive way to produce this unmissable series of events. Night Music is a wonderful way to spend an evening allowing yourself to be carried away by beautiful music whilst also getting the rare chance to meet some of our most impressive artists.”
The first concert took place at the MAC on 1st Feb featuring the RTÉ Con Tempo Quartet with the remaining concerts taking place on:
Wednesday 1st March 2017, Carolyn Dobbin (mezzo soprano) & Joseph Middleton (piano) at the Ulster Museum
Wednesday 5th April 2017, Alex Petcu (percussion) & Ioana Petcu-Colan (violin) at The Duncairn Centre
Tickets cost £12 further information on programming and pre-concert talks visit www.movingonmusic.com