Gráinne Mulvey | Composer

Composer

Gráinne Mulvey

Biography

Gráinne Mulvey is a composer of acoustic and electronic music. She also likes to collaborate with other art forms particularly video, dance, art installations and liaise with improv groups.

She has written for many soloists such as soprano, Elizabeth Hilliard, cellist Martin Johnson, principal cellist of the RTE NSO, clarinettist Paul Roe, flautist Joe O’Farrell, pianists Thérese Fahy, Nathalia Milstein, (winner of the International Dublin Piano Festival 2014,) and Matthew Schellhorn, Duncan Honeybourne, to name but a few. Ensembles such as Concorde, Hard Rain Soloists Ensemble, ACME in Chicago, Ensemble MISE-EN, Crash Ensemble, Platypus Ensemble and orchestras: RTE NSOI, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, The Northern Sinfonia, UK, and the Romanian Radio Chamber Orchestra have championed her music.

Her music has been performed, recorded, broadcast and published across the globe. Releases of her music on CD labels include Metier, Divine Art Recordings, PARMA, AUDIOR, RMN and for various festival promotional CDs. She has won many awards and has represented Ireland at the ISCM World Music Days in 2008, 2009 and the International Rostrum of Composers in 1994, 2006 and 2015. She is a member of Aosdána.

Her music is published by Babel Scores, France, Prairie Dawg Press, NY, CMC, Ireland.

September 2020