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Dearbhla and Finghin Collins

The Portico of Ards, Steel Dickson Avenue, Portaferry, County Down, BT22 1LE
Dearbhla and Finghin Collins photos by Frances Marshall

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A recital from siblings Dearbhla and Finghin Collins including the world premiere of Sean Doherty's new work 'Sonatina for two pianos'.

We are delighted to welcome Finghin Collins back to Portico, this time in the company of his sister Dearbhla Collins.

The siblings' programme includes the world premiere of Sean Doherty's new work Sonatina for two pianos. The piece is a response to Joan Trimble's work of the same title from 1938 (which also features in the concert programme) and is in three movements: Prelude and Fugue, Variations and Impromptu.

The programme will also include two pillars of the piano duet repertoire with the Dublin siblings performing at one piano - Schubert's hauntingly beautiful Fantasie in F minor and Ravel's Mother Goose Suite, famously composed for the children of the composer's friends.


Supported by Lottery Project Funding from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland

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Season (19 Feb 2023)
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Sunday15:00 - 16:45

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The Portico of Ards, exteriorThe Portico of Ards, PortaferryBuilt in 1841, this beautiful Greek-style church hosts concerts and houses heritage displays. Guided tours include the organ loft and a chance to play on the spectacular restored pipe organ. To book a tour or see what's on visit porticoards.com

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