“Sublime” – recital with international concert pianist Thérèse Fahy

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Friday 27th, 8pm, Holmpatrick Church – €10

Thérèse Fahy has recently returned from an international tour, where she enchanted audiences with Debussy’s dream-like Preludes.

She will bring some of that magic to the wonderful candlelit Holmpatrick Church.
Her programme will be very visual, including Debussy, Ravel, Granados and Liszt.
[Full programme listed below]

A magnificent Steinway awaits her. Together they will ensure a sublime experience, not easily forgotten.
Read more about Thérèse  in our People & Performers section on this website!

Therese Fahy

SPOILER ALERT!! Please look away now if you want to be surprised by the programme Thérèse Fahy has planned for us on Friday 27th: One word: “SUBLIME”:

CLAUDE DEBUSSY
Preludes Deuxième Livre (1913)
1. Brouillards (Mists)
2. Feuilles mortes (Dead Leaves)
3. La puerta del Vino (The Wine Gate)
4. «Les fées sont d’exquises danseuses» (“Fairies are exquisite dancers”)
5. Bruyères (Heather)
6. Général Lavine – eccentric
7. La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune (The Terrace of Moonlit Audiences)
8. Ondine (Undine)
9. Hommage à S. Pickwick Esq. P.P.M.P.C. (Homage to S. Pickwick)
10. Canope (Canopic jar)
11. Les tierces alternées (Alternating Thirds)
12. Feux d’artifice (Fireworks)

Intermission 15 minutes

ENRIQUE GRANADOS
The Maid and the Nightingale (from Goyescas) (1909-1910)

MAURICE RAVEL
Prelude from Le Tombeau de Couperin (1918)

Oiseaux Tristes (Sad Birds) from Miroirs (1906)

GIUSEPPE VERDI/FRANZ LISZT
Rigoletto Concert Paraphrase (1860)

3 thoughts on ““Sublime” – recital with international concert pianist Thérèse Fahy

    The Next Events | Soundwaves Festival 2013 said:
    September 23, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    […] in The Bubble Room or at the door. All of that before the second festival weekend with its Thérèse Fahy / Ryan O’Shaughnessy / Ham Sandwich concerts, Street Party and Festival Parade, to name but […]

    Thanks again + some extra info | Soundwaves Festival 2013 said:
    September 26, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    […] Fahy’s piano recital in Holmpatrick Church has  the fitting title “Sublime.” The programme includes Débussy and others, and the candle-lit church will boast a […]

    […] Holmpatrick Church on the same night: In the piano recital in candle-lit Holmpatrick Church, Thérèse Fahy  awed her audience with Débussy and  Ravel, Granados and Liszt, with her beautiful playing and […]

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