On Sunday 28th April, Daniel Rowland visits the National Gallery of Ireland for a chamber music concert organised by the Royal Irish Academy of Music. He will be performing in his capacity as International Visiting Artist at RIAM alongside other members of the faculty and some advanced students.
Daniel’s return to the National Gallery of Ireland comes after his sell-out performance of the Vivaldi/Piazzolla Four Seasons with the RIAM Chamber Orchestra in May of last year. He has also given several masterclasses at RIAM in recent years, and looks forward to performing string octets by Mendelssohn and Enescu in this weekend’s concert.
Daniel will be joined by violinist Sarah Sew (Professor of Violin, Head of Strings and Chamber Music at RIAM), violist Rosalind Ventris (Professor of Viola at RIAM) and cellist Maja Bogdanović (with whom Daniel also has a duo partnership).
Mendelssohn String Octet, op. 20
Enescu: String Octet, op. 7