2024 Programme

Prepare to be enthralled by the captivating melodies and mesmerising performances that await you in our 2024 programme!

EDUARDO MARTÍN & AHMED DICKENSON CÁRDENAS

Tuesday 21 May 2024, 8pm
When Cuban guitarist Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas first heard the music of fellow countryman Eduardo Martín he felt euphoric.

Before moving to England, Dickinson Cárdenas took lessons with Eduardo. Since then, their friendship, idiosyncratic empathy and mutual respect have transformed into a vehicle that connects, incorporates, juxtaposes their different generations, musical ideas and ultimately a spiritual journey that drives this unique duo.

The evening will be a celebration of some of Grammy nominee composer Eduardo’s most alluring works for two guitars.

THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED

INTIMATE MOMENTS AT THE PIANO

AN EVENING WITH RUTH MCGINLEY

Tuesday 26 March 2024, 8pm
Tickets £15 (under 25s £5)

Solo piano works by Bach, Rachmaninoff, Erik Satie, Chick Corea and Neil Martin

With performances at prestigious venues like the Southbank Centre, London and the Kennedy Centre, Washington D.C., Ruth continues to push artistic boundaries. Driven by a steadfast commitment to charting her own artistic course, it is the spaces between where Ruth’s interests really lie. A highly sought-after collaborator, Ruth works with musicians from many backgrounds including jazz, folk, electronic and film music. Join Music in Fermanagh, and Ruth, to explore the spaces between and a captivating programme of piano works on March 26th.

THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED

The Ulster Consort

Thursday 22 February 2024, 8pm
Tickets £15 (under 25s £5)

Vocal works by Charles Villiers Stanford, Vaughan Williams, John Rutter, Simon Beattie Bob Chilcott and more!

Join us for a delightful evening as The Ulster Consort, renowned as one of Northern Ireland's finest musical ensembles, is set to captivate the Music in Fermanagh audiences at The Ardowen on Thursday 22 February 2024, 8pm.

The evening will open and concludes with two of Vaughan Williams' most enchanting choral pieces – Serenade to Music and Five Mystical Songs. It's a heartfelt tribute to Fermanagh's own Joan Trimble, a composer and pianist, who learned the art of composition under the guidance of Vaughan Williams at the Royal College of Music. We look forward to seeing you there!

THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED