An Inishowen pianist is to perform the Grieg Piono Concerto at the National Concert Hall in Dublin later this month.
Nadene Fiorentini from Moville, was the National Concert Hall Rising Star of 2014 and the highest placed Irish competitor in the 2012 Dublin International Piano Competitiom.
Nadene is a past-pupil of Carndonagh Community School and of the City Academy of Music in Derry where she was taught by Ray and Ruth McGinley.
On 9th May, Nadene will play the Grieg Piano Concerto, one of the best loved works in the piano repertoire, in the National Concert Hall, Dublin.
The concert will celebrate 75 years of the Dublin Orchestral Players.
This amateur orchestra gave its first concert on 5 June 1940 in the Abbey Lecture Hall, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin.
Since then, the Dublin Orchestral Players have given three concerts every year, in Dublin and throughout Ireland.
On 8th March 1958, the orchestra played in The Great Hall of Magee College, Derry.
The May 9th concert will also feature Finlandia, by Sibelius; Polovstian Dances by Borodin; the Albinoni Adagio; and Bolero by Ravel.
The orchestra will be joined by two choirs, the AIB Choral Society and St. George’s Singers from Belfast.