Royal Irish Academy of Music
The Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM) is a home of musical excellence and innovation. Founded in 1848, the Academy is Ireland’s oldest musical institution and is a place of teaching and learning which consistently achieves its objective of maintaining and sharing the highest standards of music performance, composition and research. The RIAM plays a central role in the development, delivery and promotion of Ireland’s cultural and educational agenda, contributing to a dynamic, innovative society for which the Performing Arts are a source of inspiration and value.
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(2018-04-12)Recording of performance given by Dr Annette Cleary (Cello) and Prof Réamonn Keary (Piano), RIAM Amplify Research Day, Recital Room, RIAM, Thursday 12th April 2018. Video by Jonathan Nangle.
(2018-04)Recording of performance given by Dr Annette Cleary (Cello) and Prof Réamonn Keary (Piano), RIAM Amplify Research Day, Recital Room, RIAM, Thursday 12th April 2018. Video by Jonathan Nangle.
Roles for leading ladies: investigating the influence of ovarian hormones on performance anxiety and vocal impairment in elite singing Professional singing in the classical western tradition is a highly stressful occupation. Training requires many years to gain proficiency. The vocalis muscle is influenced by fertility hormones. Unlike men, women experience ...
Final thoughts? Interpretation of the first movements of Beethoven's and Schubert's last three piano sonatas Considered as the apex of the literature for piano sonatas in the classical period, Beethoven’s last three piano sonatas, Opp. 109, 110, 111, and Schubert’s last three piano sonatas, D. 958, 959, and 960, are still well ...
Miklós Rózsa's 'double life' : an assessment of Hungarian folksong elements in three of Rózsa's concert hall works Miklós Rózsa (1907 – 1995) is best known for his Hollywood film scores, but in addition to this he also composed many concert hall works, leading to a diverse compositional output and the self-declaration of a ‘double ...