Ulysses Extended - a musical score by Stephen Gardner

16 May 2018 19:30

James Joyce Centre

The James Joyce Centre are delighted to host the second of three planned performances of celebrated composer Stephen Gardner’s ‘Ulysses Extended’ on Wednesday 16 May at 7:30pm.
In this musical work, certain passages from James Joyce’s Ulysses are interpreted by a trio of Ellen Demos on vocals, Paul Roe on bass clarinet/clarinet and Shane O’Donovan on percussion. Throughout the work, Joyce’s words will be ‘extended’ into other sounds, both vocal and instrumental, with Gardner’s score serving as a springboard for various avenues of improvisation.
The performance will last for approximately 35 minutes, with a brief reception wine beginning at 7.30pm and music commencing from 8pm. 
Stephen Gardner was born in Belfast and studied at the Universities of Ulster and Wales. His works have been performed and broadcast worldwide. Recent compositions have been for The Crash Ensemble, The Ulster Orchestra and Te Deum Adoramus choir in Sofia. He was elected as a member of Aosdana in 2003.
This is a free event - tickets can be booked on the James Joyce website here.

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