Darragh Brogan, piano student at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama will perform a short piano recital at Christ Church this Saturday lunchtime, June 23 at 1.15. Programme includes music by Prokofiev, Chopin, Brahms and Debussy.
Coming from an initial career in architecture, Mayo native Darragh Brogan began his BMus (Performance) in 2009 at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama. Since then, under the tuition of Dr. Mary Lennon, he has availed of numerous performance opportunities and enjoyed many successes as a soloist and accompanist in both the Feis Ceoil and the internal competitions at the DIT including the Lorcan Sherlock Gold Medal for advanced piano performance and the Heneghan Trophy for concerto playing. To date he has participated in master classes with Barry Douglas, Mabel Swainson, Jonathan Plowright and Graham Johnson. Completing his Licentiate Diploma in piano performance from Trinity College London in the summer of 2012 Darragh will resume his studies at the DIT in September for his final year
Admission is free, with standard admission to the Cathedral (€6)