John O’Conor, one of Ireland’s most-loved and regarded pianists 

FRIDAY 16 OCTOBER 2020
At 7.30pm

John O’Conor makes a welcome return to play two works by Beethoven in this the composer’s 250th year


The Pathétique, named to convey the romantic and even sorrowful mood of the sonata and the Moonlight sonata which sparks imagery of a boat floating in the moonlight, are instantly recognisable works by Beethoven. A truly delightful concert.

This concert is available to attend in person and will also be streamed via Vimeo and available to watch from Saturday 17th October for €10.

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Programme


Beethoven Sonata in c minor Op. 13 Pathétique


Beethoven Sonata in c sharp minor Op. 27 No. 2 Moonlight

This concert will be approximately 1 hour in duration, without an interval 

Our artists


JOHN O’CONOR, PIANO

The Irish pianist John O’Conor has been gathering wonderful reviews for his masterly playing for over forty years.

Having studied in his native Dublin, in Vienna with Dieter Weber and been tutored by the legendary Wilhelm Kempff his unanimous 1st Prize at the International Beethoven Piano Competition in Vienna in 1973 opened the door to a career that has brought him all around the world.

Tickets


This concert is available to attend in person and will also be streamed via Vimeo and available to watch from Saturday 17th October. Find out more details on these viewing options below.

In person

Plans have been drawn up to ensure that concerts can take place safely in the presence of an audience in the church. Under current Government advice, no more than 50 people will be present, including performers and venue personnel. Tickets to these concerts will go on sale one week before the concert and priority will be given to past season ticket holders and Benefactors. 

TICKETS
€20

WHEN
Friday 16th October 2020 at 7.30pm

WHERE
St Peter’s Church of Ireland, Drogheda

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Online

This concert is filmed and presented with top-level audio, recorded live in St Peter’s Church of Ireland, Drogheda. You can view the concert from the comfort of your home via our online broadcast. It will be broadcast on Vimeo On Demand from Saturday 17th October for €10 and available to watch for 3 days.

VIMEO ON DEMAND
€10

WHEN
Saturday 17th October 2020

WHERE
Watch from the comfort of your home

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