PATRON: Michael D. Higgins

Dublin Office Centre
Ground Floor
14 Herbert Street
Dublin 2

CHY 8934

Artistic Director: Mark Duley



Pipeworks Festival 2014

The next Pipeworks Festival will take place from
18-27 June 2014

The Festival Programme will be launched online
in mid-April


Pipeworks International Organ Competition 2014

16 Quarterfinalists have been chosen from a record number of applicants. The competition will take place during the festival and will use the 2013 Ruffati organ in the chapel of St Patrick's College, Maynooth (quartefinal round) and the 1900 Willis organ in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dundalk (semifinal round). For the first time there will be concerto finals in the Ulster Hall with the Ulster Orchestra.


20CC Part 2

Pipeworks Artistic Director, Mark Duley will undertake part two of his 20 Cathedral/20 Concerts marathon from 19-25 May. Part 1 took place in 2007 and raised €13,000. This will be our major fundraising event for the festival. Details will be announced at the festival launch.

Forthcoming Pipeworks Events

Pipeworks @ the NCH

4th April 18.45: David Leigh
Max Reger (1873-1916) Symphonic Fantasia and Fugue Op 57 “The Inferno”
Dan Locklair (b.1949)) Rubrics – A Liturgical Suite for Organ    

I: ["The ancient praise-shout,] 'Hallelujah,' has been restored..."
II: "Silence may be kept"
III: "...and thanksgivings may follow."
IV: The Peace may be exchanged"
V: The people respond - Amen!"

30th May 18.45: David Adams
Richard Wagner (1813-83)
arr. AW Gottschalg (1827-1908))
Prelude to Tristan und Isolde
Johannes Brahms (1833-97) Three preludes from Elf Choralvorspiele Op 122
Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
arr. David Adams
Morgen Op 27 No 4
Johannes Brahms Two preludes from Elf Choralvorspiele Op 122
Richard Wagner
arr. Edwin Lemare (1866-1934)
Overture to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg


28 March 2014