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Thomas Simaku Lecture in Dublin

Dublin Soliloquy V

Thomas Simaku gave a lecture at the Conservatory of Music & Drama – Dublin Institute of Technology, on 13 May 2016.

In his lecture, entitled ‘…from 1 to 100…’, Dr Simaku focused on his Basca award-winning work Soliloquy V – Flauto Acerbo, commissioned by Christopher Orton and the BBC Performing Arts Fund, and his Concerto for Orchestra – the winning work of Lutoslawski International Competition 2013, performed by the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra.

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