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Glasshouse Ensemble announce Aphex Twin, Joni Mitchell and R.Kitt shows this month

Glasshouse Ensemble announce Aphex Twin, Joni Mitchell and R.Kitt shows this month

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Glasshouse Ensemble are the Irish collective who perform orchestral and contemporary arrangements of classic songs and artist catalogues, from Sufjan to Prince, and they have some shows coming up this month with a focus on Aphex Twin, Joni Mitchell and a special collaboration called Léiriú with R.Kitt and Glasshouse composer Aran O’Grady.

Here are the shows you can buy tickets for:

Thursday 14 October: Glasshouse perform Joni Mitchell @ The Sugar Club

Glasshouse perform a live orchestral concert of our Joni Mitchell arrangements.


In this, the 50th year of her seminal album Blue it’s a particular privilege to bring these songs to life. Expect an emotional evening as we trace through the work of one of the greats. For the Joni concert Glasshouse will be joined by Ellie O’Neill, Dan McAuley & Caoi de Barra. The concert was recently performed at the Meadows Festival and went down really well.

Tickets €22 from ti.to/glasshouse/joni-mitchell

Presented with the support of the Department Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.


Thursday 21 October: Glasshouse perform Aphex Twin @ Opium Live

Glasshouse perform their renowned rendition of Aphex Twin, richly arranged by Aran O’Grady. Enjoy this lush and soaring take on a highly influential figure in electronic music. The concert features chamber ensemble and electronics.

Tickets €15 from Whelan’s Live.


Monday 25 October: Glasshouse & R.Kitt perform Léiriú by R.Kitt & Aran O’Grady @ Opium Live

Glasshouse & R.Kitt perform Léiriú, the new composition by R.Kitt & Aran O’Grady. Léiriú is inspired by the fading nightlife of Dublin City. It is at once a celebration of club culture, and a lament for the homogenisation of Dublin’s nighttime scene. The concert features a novel instrumentation of amplified chamber ensemble and electronics.

Developed with the support of the Arts Council of Ireland.

Tickets €15 from Whelan’s Live.