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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Molloy, Ryan 

 
 

 

Biography

As a composer and performer, Ryan’s work has been performed to international audiences on four continents for over ten years, including major concert venues such as Tanglewood (U.S.A.), Lucerne Hall, KKL (Switzerland), Kölner Philharmonie (Germany), Holywell Music Room (England) and Waterfront Hall (N. Ireland). In great demand as an accompanist, he has recorded over a dozen albums and his repertoire spans numerous genres from traditional Irish music to contemporary classical music. Currently a lecturer in composition at Maynooth University, Ryan studied at the University of Oxford and latterly at Queen’s University Belfast where he completed his PhD ‘The Traditional Contemporary Dichotomy in Irish Art Music: A New Compositional Approach’ under Dr Simon Mawhinney and Prof. Piers Hellawell.
Ryan’s compositional work has won numerous prizes and has been broadcast both nationally and internationally on BBC Radio 3 and Radio Ulster, RTÉ Lyric FM, Radio 1 and Ráidió na Gaeltachta as well as on BBC 2, UTV and BBC World. From 2012 to 2014, Ryan’s compositional work was supported by a BBC Performing Arts Fund Fellowship in association with Moving on Music. Recently completed works include Gealach Chríoch Lochlann, a new string quartet for BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists the Danish String Quartet, Cantaireacht for clarinettist Carol McGonnell and Seisiún, a new commission from the Concorde Ensemble. Future projects include a new work for the Fidelio Trio, a large-scale piano work based on the music of Thomas Moore, and a song cycle for Elizabeth Hilliard based on Clearances by Seamus Heaney. Ryan is represented by the Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin.

 

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