Tom Ó Drisceoil (b.1986)
I'm a harpsichordist, organist and occasional composer from Cork, Ireland.
Recently completed an MA degree in performance at CIT Cork School of Music, having studied for an Erasmus term at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" at Leipzig. I graduated with a BMus degree from CSM in 2010, and I graduated from UCC in 2007 with a BA Degree. I have a particular interest in French Harpsichord music, early English music, and North German music (especially Sweelinck and J.S. Bach). I'm also an enthusiastic choral singer: I sing with Madrigal '75 Vocal Ensemble (recently awarded 2nd Prize for Mixed Choirs at the Montreux Choral Festival) , as well as with the choir of St Fin Barre's Cathedral.
Recent projects: A critical edition of Rameau's Premier Livre de Piéces de Clavecin (1706), as well as d'Anglebert Principes de l'Accompagnement (1689) - both based on facsimiles of their first printings. Currently (slowly!) preparing Jacquet de La Guerre's Piéces de Claveßin (1687), from a facsimile of the Cessac examplar (discovered in 2003), which contains a number of revisions versus the Venice exemplar.
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