About

Linda Buckley is a composer from the Old Head of Kinsale in Ireland, currently based in New York.

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Her music has been described as “exquisite” (Gramophone) “strange and beautiful” (Boston Globe), with “an exciting body of work that marks her out as a leading figure in the younger generation of Irish composers” (Journal of Music). Her work has been performed by BBC Symphony Orchestra, Dresden Sinfoniker Orchestra, Crash Ensemble and internationally, including Seoul International Computer Music Festival. She holds a Ph.D in Composition from Trinity College and was RTÉ Lyric FM Composer in Residence 2011/13. She was recently awarded a Fulbright scholarship to spend a year in New York for composition and research, affiliated with NYU.

Past events

November 2016
Sound Traffic in the Village

Isabelle O’ Connell plays my Fridur for piano and electronics, along with new music by Akio Mokuno, Craig Michael Davis, Howie Kenty and Matthew Gantt – Cornelia Street Cafe, West Village, New York, November 28th.

November 2016
ab uno pluribus

ab uno pluribus” – from one to many – November 2016 session, East Village, NYC

In the November session of this monthly audio-visual event we will present electro-acoustic live music with audio performances by LINDA BUCKLEY [flute, voice + electronics], CHAMPAGNE SEQUINS [analog modular synths] and LUCIERNAGA [guitar + effects].

Live visuals by GEOFF MATTERS.

November 2016
Performance of vocal/electronic works, SoundKarD, Manchester
St Ann’s Church,
Manchester M1 1JW

17th November, 7.30pm doors

SoundKarD: voice Sarah Dacey, piano Kate Halsall, electronics Duncan MacLeod + guests..
Programme includes music by Catherine Lamb, Ryoko Akama, Duncan MacLeod, Linda Buckley.
October 2016
Awarded Fulbright Scholarship for 2016/17

Fulbright scholarship to spend a year in New York for Composition and Research, afilliated with New York University.

September 2016
Crash Ensemble perform Fiol, Composing the Island Festival

String trio Fiol performed as part of Crash Ensemble new music marathon, National Concert Hall Dublin.

September 2016
Isabelle O’Connor performs Fridur for Piano and electronics, Composing the Island festival, NCH

Irish pianist Isabelle O’Connell will perform a recital of works by contemporary female composers on September 21st at 6.30pm at the National Concert Hall. This recital will form part of ‘Composing the Island: A century of music in Ireland 1916-2016’ which takes place between the 7th and 25th of September 2016.

September 2016
I Have Five Things to Say performed at Hugh Lane Gallery

Lina Andonovska, flute
Kate Ellis, cello
Michelle O’Rourke, voice
Michael Joyce, piano

perform I Have Five Things to Say song cycle based on Rumi poetry, Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin, Sundays at Noon series.