BEd3 Socially Inclusive Music Education students, led by Dr Francis Ward and Dr Regina Murphy, School AEM, IOE with guest performance from St Joseph's Senior National School Band, Ballymun, conductor: Ron Cooney. As an outreach event, we will invite 1-2 classes from local primary schools.
This double bill is a musical treat. It starts with a documentary following Irish Jazz musician Ronan Guilfoyle, Indian percussionist Ramesh Shotham and the band Khanda, as they go on tour with a new musical style inspired by Traditional Irish, Classical Indian and Jazz music.
Ronan and Ramesh then take to the stage for a live performance of music from the Five Cities album that arose out of this unique collaboration.
Queer subcultures, Trans Identity and Drag are explored in one spectacular event. The session starts by taking a look back at the thriving underground queer scene of 1980's Dublin.
Singer, Songwriter, DJ and Graphic Designer Martin McCann discusses the era before decriminalisation with Garry O'Neill, Author of Where Were You? - Dublin Youth Culture and Street Style 1950-2000.
It's almost a century since music burst onto screens in The Jazz Singer. Since then, music and the moving image have been inseparable, but the creative process that brings them together is not often explored.
Part one of this two-part panel discussion will delve into the artistic collaborations that bring music to the screen - from creating music videos, to composing for film.
Session 2 gets into the practical aspects of the artform, from money and contracts, to licencing and syncing music for film.
Renowned percussionist Ramesh Shotham demonstrates the spell-binding intricacy of Indian rhythms in this powerful performance.
Performing with students from DCU's BA in Jazz and Contemporary Music Performance, the showcase follows a series of percussion workshops with these talented young musicians.
The University's Indian Dance Society add movement and colour to a unique musical event.
Words make connections in the fun showcase of creativity.
This performance includes readings from author of This Hostel Life Melatu Uche Okorie and a selection of short stories by young writers participating in Fighting Words programmes, plus short plays from a collaboration with the Abbey Theatre.
The Fighting Words partnership with DCU is highlighted through the exploration of the positivity that results from inter-generational arts collaborations.
What is to be done about the explosion of hate speech on social media? Do we ignore it, block it, or confront it head on?
Moderated by RTÉ Brainstorm editor, Jim Carroll, this panel explores the facilitation of hate speech by social media and explores if some platforms love Hate.
The ever-inventive Dumbworld team has created a Street Art Opera - a unique experience that combines animation and opera to tell a comic revenge story played out by pensioners on zimmer frames.
This animated short is projected on to the walls of All Hallows while you listen to the drama unfold on headphones.
Created by John McIlduff and Brian Irvine.
Video by Killian Waters, featuring the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, conducted by Fergus Sheil. Performers: Dan Reardon, Sylvia O'Brien and Doreen Curran.
The beautiful voices of DCU's celebrated Campus Choir take you on a journey through song.
Expect traditional airs, choral favourites, devotional classics and perhaps even a show tune.
This concert is the perfect recipe for an inspiring lunchtime break.
Concert curated and conducted by Christina Whyte.
A lunchtime concert featuring songs and music from DCU's Music and Trad Societies, with a dramatic twist from Dram Soc who will perform a scene from Chicago.
Concert curated by John O'Flynn.
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