Spike Cello Festival

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Spike Cello Festival

Various Locations, Friday 8th February - Sunday 10th February 2019

Spike, Dublin's alternative cello festival, will be back for its third installation Friday 8th-Sunday 10th February 2019 in venues across Dublin. After the festival's hugely successful, entertaining and innovative 2017 & 18 incarnations, the 2019 programme will present unique events with some of the most talented and exciting cello artists & friends from home and abroad.

The festival will open on the evening of Friday 8th February with a special Yocella session in the elbowroom, with Kitty Maguire leading one of her unique “Yocella” classes – a blissful “yin” yoga class accompanied by cello. Then, in the first of the evenings at The Workman’s Club, Irish games composer and cellist Claire Fitch will premiere an interactive gaming piece for cellos and a big screen, commissioned by Spike. Claire, formerly a cellist in the RTÉNSO, has been writing music and creating sound effects for games since 2003, ranging from loud action shooters to quiet and cute educational games. For Spike she has created a project which will call on two cellists to react to movements on screen, as if playing a game, to create a piece of music. After this performance there will be an open mic chance for visiting and resident cellists to perform their own works in five fifteen-minute slots hosted by the festival.


Date:
Friday 8th February - Sunday 10th February 2019
Time:
Varies

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