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22 May 2022

Dundalk IT announce free 50 year celebration concert

Dundalk IT announce free 50 year celebration concert

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Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) have announced a free concert is to take place in Droichead Arts Centre on Saturday 14th of May at 7 pm.

This special event will showcase the work of Music students and lecturers in celebration of Dundalk Institute of Technology's 50th anniversary.

Along with featuring the Institutes Music Department, supported by the Audio & Music Production programme it will feature guest performances by Porto-based Curso de Musica Silva Monteiro.

A variety of genres will be presented, with solo, duet, ensemble, and singer/songwriter performances. Join us to celebrate some of the regions finest emergent and established performing artists. Tickets are free but advance booking is recommended. 

DkIT has a rich heritage in Music and offers undergraduate courses such as BA (Hons) in Music, BA Musical Theatre and there are also several Post Graduate programmes including Master’s in Music Technology and Music for Screen. The Institute additionally has a renowned and award-winning music research department. 

DkIT’s Music courses are based in the Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music, which is the creative hub of the Institute. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities including recording studios, performance spaces and discipline-specific lab spaces. The Music department regularly host a popular series of public events including concerts, exhibitions, showcases and conferences that enrich the cultural life of the Institute and region. 

Line up on the night includes Francisco Berény Domingues (guitar), Luís Costa, Sonas Duo (Francesca De Nardi and Davide Forti), Annalisa Monticelli, CMSM Wind ensemble (Nélson Ferreira, Hélder Barbosa, Hugo Leite, Tiago Nunes and Inês Lemos), Oscar Montague (Guitar), Cian Connolly (Guitar), Sirka (Singer/Songwriter) 

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https://droicheadartscentre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873634511

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