Artist & composer Laura Hyland returns to the Irish National Heritage Park this June for the third chapter of her Sounding Seams series, this time exploring the theme of chaos and order through sound. She’ll be accompanied by her quartet, Clang Sayne featuring Carolyn Goodwin (woodwinds), Caimin Gilmore (double bass) & Matthew Jacobson (percussion). Visitors to the park are invited to sit in on public rehearsals from Monday 6th to Friday 10th as they develop four of Laura’s new compositions for chimes, voices & instruments. They wrap up on Saturday 11th June with a live performance of the new material, and 4 workshops with individual Clang Sayne musicians for kids and teens from 10-18 years' old.
Supported by the Arts Council of Ireland
& Music Generation Wexford.
Irish National Heritage Park,
Ferrycarrig, Wexford Y35 X313
Monday 6th - Friday 10th June
open rehearsals 11am - 3pm daily
Sat 11th June — 3.30pm:
Clang Sayne live performance
€12.50 adults. €7 children. €10.50 concession.Advance booking
Clang Sayne workshops
in association with Music Generation Wexford
All workshops are free.
Caimin Gilmore: Double Bass Workshop
Caimin shares his approach to extended technique, improvisation, arrangement & composition in folk, indie & contemporary classical music.Book Double Bass Workshop here
11am -12pm —
Matthew Jacobson: Percussion Workshop
Matthew explores rhythms from around the world, and how they can be used creativelyBook Percussion Workshop here
12pm - 1pm —
Carolyn Goodwin: Composition Workshop
Carolyn explores music-making within an ensemble, using improvisation as a starting point.Book Composition Workshop here
1pm – 2pm —
Laura Hyland: Sound Chimes Workshop
Laura explores sonic art using everyday materials (metal, glass, water, wood, paper, etc), including the metal chime sculptures she made for the park in 2018/9.Book Sound Chimes Workshop here