Dr Estelle Murphy publishes on new discovery about Matthew Dubourg's violin concerto.
Date: Monday, 28 August 2023
Prof. Victor Lazzarini has released a new EP - Portrait - and two new singles - 'The Singing Wind' and 'Meeting of the Spirits'.
Date: Monday, 27 March 2023
Jacqueline Fletcher, a graduate of the MA in Music at Maynooth 2022, has been awarded the prestigious Finding a Voice 2023 Emerging Composer Competition
Date: Thursday, 09 March 2023
Dr Laura Watson has published an article titled 'Feminist Musical Activism in Ireland (2016-21) and Feminist Musicology', in Vol. 8 of Ethnomusicology Ireland.
Date: Monday, 27 February 2023
Dr Estelle Murphy has taken up a Bodleian Fellowship for the month of July, working at the Weston Library, Oxford.
Date: Friday, 15 July 2022
Maynooth College and Maynooth University’s Music Department and Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies and Philosophy, in partnership with Music Generation Kildare and Kildare County Council, are delighted to announce the appointment of Sharon Carty (mezzo soprano) as Maynooth Campus Associate Artist for the coming academic year, 2020–2021.
Date: Monday, 05 October 2020
Dr Francesca Placanica presents on Cathy Berberian and the Stripsody Project at Instituto Italiano di Cultura
Francesca Placanica and Eleonora Lima (TCD) will discuss how comics, music, and visual arts came together in Stripsody, an extraordinary collaboration centering the larger-than-life talent of composer and performer Cathy Berberian.
Date: Tuesday, 25 February 2020
The Centre Culturel Irlandais offers Fellowship bursaries to encourage research on its Old Library and Historical Archives collections. The purpose of the Fellowships is to establish the intellectual and academic value of the holdings. The Old Library contains 8,000 volumes (from the 15th to the 19th century). Once the library of the Irish College when it was a seminary, the collection contains works of theology, history, philosophy etc. More than 19,000 items are held in the Historical Archives, covering a period extending from the 14th to the 20th century. The main themes are daily life at the Irish College and the buildings which were owned by the Irish Community, the grant foundations, the religious community etc. The areas of research are open, depending on the candidate's interests, and could focus on a historical subject, a period of time, an author, the manuscripts or printed items, the provenance of part of the collections, the bindings etc. We are looking for an output which would add to our knowledge of the library or archives and to the information which we can put into the public domain. Priority will be given to research subjects examining a corpus of references instead of one reference in particular.
Date: Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Dr Estelle Murphy awarded a Charlemont grant from the Royal Irish Academy.
Date: Wednesday, 10 July 2019
Dr Antoni Cascelli's article, 'L'Orfeo: Memory, Recollection, and the Tragedy of Choosing Between Seeing and Hearing' is no published and fully available online.
Date: Thursday, 04 April 2019