H.I.P.S.T.E.R. launch: European Day of Early Music 2020 ***POSTPONED***

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The People's Museum of Limerick

2 Pery Square

V94 HF53 Limerick

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***POSTPONED***

We regret to inform that our events for 21 March have been POSTPONED until further notice, in the interest of public health and safety.

However, we plan to add to the wonderful online presence of early music taking place across Europe. Visit www.earlymusicday.eu for more, and sign up for our mailing list to keep up to date about our rescheduled H.I.P.S.T.E.R. launch and other future early music courses and events.

We will gladly refund any tickets purchased to date, please contact us immediately if you wish to get a refund.



Ireland celebrates European Day of Early Music 2020

New Limerick-based Early Music organisation H.I.P.S.T.E.R. celebrates the European Day of Early Music in Ireland with a full day of concerts, exhibitions and educational events

H.I.P.S.T.E.R.—Ireland's Historically Informed Performance Series, Teaching, Education and Research—brings music, instruments and dance from centuries ago to Limerick audiences with their official launch on Saturday, the 21st of March. The organisation celebrates the European Day of Early Music with a compact one-day festival, which gathers together performers in chamber concerts of music from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods. An exhibit of early instruments and a Renaissance dance workshop are two other crowd-pleasers on this unique day, featuring music from over a thousand years. H.I.P.S.T.E.R.’s founders and co-directors, historical keyboardist Yonit Kosovske and singer Vlad Smishkewych, are joined by historical dance instructor Felicity Maxwell, recorder player Theresa Burton, Michelle O’Connor on medieval vielle and fiddle, and viola da gamba player Sarah Groser, also on vielle.

All events are being held at the People’s Museum of Limerick in the heart of the Treaty City’s Georgian Quarter.

All concerts last around 40 minutes and are followed by informal Q&A sessions with the musicians.

  • 10am–5pm Instrument Exhibit (free admission)

  • 11am Medieval Concert: Unexpected Innovations

  • 1pm Recorder Concert: Chrome Attic

  • 4pm Viola da gamba Concert: Fire in the Belly

  • 5:30pm–7:30pm Dance Workshop: Introduction to Renaissance & English country dance

  • 8PM Reception: EDEM Celebration and H.I.P.S.T.E.R. launch (free admission)

For full information, artists' bios, and to find out how to get involved with H.I.P.S.T.E.R., visit: hipsterireland.com

Full-day passes available online and at the door until 11am; tickets can be purchased for each separate event online and at the door on the day until sold out.

For more information about national and international events for the European Day of Early Music, visit: earlymusicday.eu and rema-eemn.net, the European Early Music Network.

These events are made possible through the generous support from the Limerick City and County Council. In partnership with European Expo 2020.

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FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Admission to concerts and to the instrument exhibit is open to all ages, though we kindly request that young guests under 12 attend in the company of a responsible adult. The dance workshop is limited to participants 18 and over to ensure compliance with Child Safety and Protection. Non-participant onlookers will be admitted to the dance workshop at the door, space permitting (12 people maximum).

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Street parking is available in the area around the People's Museum, but be aware that there are ongoing works in the area, and some areas require parking discs. There are several parking garages within a few blocks of the museum.

Is the venue accessible by wheelchair or for those with reduced mobility?

The main venue is a historic Georgian building, and unfortunately has no lift or ramps for accessibility.

What's the refund policy?

Tickets are refundable up to 1 day before the event.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, you can bring the ticket on your mobile device.

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Location

The People's Museum of Limerick

2 Pery Square

V94 HF53 Limerick

Ireland

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

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