Cassiopeia Wind Quintet - Forest

Ireland's top wind players on tour...

Sunday April 9th 8pm
Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge
Tickets 16/14 euro - T. 045 448327 or www.riverbank.ie.

Wednesday April 26th 8:30pm
The Dock, Carrick on Shannon
Tickets 16/14 euro - T. 071 9650828 or www.the dock.ie.

Saturday May 6th 8pm
The Source Arts Centre, Thurles
Tickets 15/12 euro - T.0504 90204 or www.thesourceartscentre.ie.

Sunday May 14th 12noon
Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane
Admission Free
Sundays @ Noon Concert Series

Saturday May 20th 1:05pm
St. Iberius Church, Wexford.
Promoted by Music for Wexford.
Tickets 17/14 euro (conc); 5 euro (student)
from: National Opera House www.nationaloperhouse.ie. - T. 053 912 2144 (09.30 - 17.30 Mon - Sat)

Sunday May 28th 8pm
Station House Theatre, Clifden.
Promoted by Clifden Arts Society.
Tickets 12/10 euro available at box office on the night - T.095 21699 (enquiries)


Anton Reicha (1770-1836) Wind Quintet in e minor
Ronan Guilfoyle (b.1958) Groove Merchants
Paul Taffanel (1844-1908) Wind Quintet in g minor
Joan Trimble (1915-2000) Three Diversions for Wind Quintet
Darious Milhaud (1892-1974) La Cheminee du Roi Rene
George Gershwin (1898-1937) Selections from Porgy and Bess

This tour is made possible thanks to funding from the Arts Council www.artscouncil.ie.

Past Engagements

Since being founded in 2010, Cassiopeia Winds have been busy performing throughout Ireland. Highlights include performing the Poulenc Sextet with renowned Irish pianist Finghin Collins in 2011, and concerts at the Music for Wexford Concert Series in 2012 and at Waterford Music in 2013. In 2014 they were invited to perform at the Music for Galway Midwinter Festival, and at the New Ross Piano Festival. Also in 2014, they performed live on Lyric FM's Classic Drive for the opening of the new Tower Records in Dublin, and were invited by Lyric FM to perform at the Bloom Festival. In 2015 they commissioned a new wind quintet from Irish composer John Buckley, his Wind Quintet No.2, with funding from the Arts Council of Ireland. The work was then performed throughout Ireland, as Cassiopeia Winds undertook a national tour in the winter of 2015/2016.

Cassiopeia Wind Quintet-Monkstown Concert
Cassiopeia Winds in concert with Finghin Collins, in a concert for GOAL, May 2011.
Photograph by Paul McGovern.

Copyright Cassiopeia Winds 2011. Photography by Emily Manning.