LifestyleEntertainmentLimerickMusicNewsCastleconnell Concert Series concludes online next weekBy Meghann Scully – January 7, 2021 239 THE Castleconnell series of online concerts concludes this month with the Esposito Quartet broadcasting from All Saints Church, Castleconnell on Tuesday, 12thJanuary next at 8pm. Previous articlePaul O’Connell To Join Irish Backroom Staff As Forwards CoachNext articleLimerick Post Show | Ógie Ó Céilleachair Meghann Scully Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Advertisement The Esposito Quartet comprises of four distinguished musicians with a combined wealth of experience as recital artists, orchestral leaders and teachers. They have been playing as a quartet since 2010 and their national tour forms part of the National String Quartet Foundation’s Beethoven 250 celebrations.The series is presented by Limerick City and County Council Culture and Arts Office in partnership with Love Castleconnell.The council would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Arts Council in programming the series and Creative Ireland in making the concert series recording possible. The concert is presented by Liz Nolan from Lyric FM.The Quartet’s name honours Michele Esposito, pianist and composer, who for forty years from 1888 was the initiator for much of the chamber music making in Dublin through the establishment of The Royal Dublin Society concert series.Mia Cooper: The Quartet consists of Mia Cooper, leader of the RTE Concert Orchestra. She previously held principal positions with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and City of London Sinfonia, and has appeared as guest leader of many of the UK’s symphony orchestras.Equally at home as a chamber musician, Mia has participated in chamber music festivals, in Ireland, the UK, France, India, and Lithuania. Mia studied with renowned pedagogue Yossi Zivoni at the Royal Northern College of Music, and continued her training at the Paris Conservatoire. She teaches violin at the Royal Irish Academy of Music.Anna Cashell: Outside of her work with the Esposito quartet Anna Cashell, violin, performs regularly with her husband the pianist Simon Watterton and is a member of the Adderbury Ensemble and the Irish Chamber Orchestra. With the ICO she has performed in Heidelberg, the Wiener Konzerthaus, Würzberg, Rheingau the Lincoln Center and the Konzerthaus in Berlin.Joachim Roewer: Born in East Germany, Joachim Roewer, viola, graduated from the Hochschule für Musik “Franz Liszt” Weimar and the Orchesterakademie of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.In 1994 he moved to Ireland to become principal viola with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, a position which he has held ever since. He has also worked as principal viola with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland and Camerata Ireland.On numerous occasions he appeared as soloist with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, recently alongside Anthony Marwood in Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante.Joachim Roewer is a passionate teacher and a busy chamber music player. Joachim teaches viola and chamber music at the Cork School of Music and the MA course for classical string performance at the World Academy at the University of Limerick.William Butt: The celloist enjoys a busy career as soloist, chamber musician and is professor of cello at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin. On the concert platform he has performed extensively throughout Ireland, the UK, Europe and the Far East.The Esposito Quartet will be playing Beethoven’s Quartet in A minor Op.132 and Quartet in E minor Op.59 No.2 Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Linkedin WhatsApp Email Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live This concert will be available from Tuesday 12th January at 8pm on Limerick.ie here WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Facebook Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGSCastleconnell Concert SeriesKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick
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Image courtesy of Dota 2Valve has taken a significant step in helping serve its fan base by clarifying its stance around community broadcasting for Dota 2.In a statement released on the official Dota 2 blog earlier this week, Valve stated that in addition to streams produced by tournament organisers, they believe that “anyone should be able to broadcast a match from DotaTV for their audience”. This new rule allows popular streamers such as Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg and Grant “GrandGrant” Harris an avenue to show competitive games on their channels, but the change does come with some additional stipulations.Valve’s first rule is that amateur streams don’t broadcast “in a commercial manner or in a way that directly competes with the tournament organizer’s stream”. That means no additional advertising (such as overlays), and no sponsorships. It’s a sensible move, providing official tournament sponsors with protection from misuse or third-party conflicts of interest. It does, however, seem to leave streamers open to donations and Twitch subscriptions, which will still allow for personalities to monetise their streams.Broadly speaking, we see two groups of fans (with some degree of overlap). Some fans follow competitive play … other fans have strong affinities to specific personalities. We want to make sure that there is content available that serves both groups of customers.Valve CorporationAdditionally, community streamers are forbidden from reusing official broadcast assets such as camerawork and the events’ official casting, denying outside broadcasters the possibility of profiting from the original organisers’ production. The final rule is disallowing studios from broadcasting each others’ events, with the ultimate message for everyone to “play nice”.Potential broadcasters should note that the Dota 2 event calendar for 2018 has started filling out, with ESL announcing their first event for the upcoming year. Classed as a minor, it will take place in Malaysia from the 23rd-28th of January, and the tournament will see $400,000 (£304,000) alongside 400 qualifying points for The Invitational up for grabs.Esports Insider says: It’s rather disarming to see a developer take a lax and sensible approach to tournament broadcasting, and this should be a net positive for the Dota 2 community. Amateur casters looking to make their mark should definitely take the opportunity to benefit from this rule clarification.