Anne-Marie and Lorraine O'Connell
Anne-Marie O’Farrell with Lorraine O’Connell in the University of Budapest

Research

Educating composers in and for the community: The development of artistic connections between conservatory music students and primary school children, with Dr Lorraine O’Connell at Arts in Society Conference, Budapest, Society of Musicologists in Ireland Conference (2013) and at the European Association of Music in Schools Conference in Cyprus (2014), where it was selected for the special focus group “Practitioners Research in Music Education”.

The Impact of Lever Design Development on the Transcription of Repertoire for lever harp at Irish Harp Performance Practice Conference, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Co. Louth (2013)

Pioneers or Parrots: The Imitation of Excellence and the Distilling of Influence through Pastiche and Parody. A paper concerning the purpose and relevance of studying pastiche composition at third level presented at the Conference of the Society of Music Educators in Ireland, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick (2012)

Crafting the Divine: How Compositional Techniques Express Ideology, Society of Musicologists in Ireland Conference, Royal Irish Academy of Music (2011)

The Context of Seóirse Bodley’s Scintillae for two Irish Harps, Society of Musicologists in Ireland Conference, Waterford Institute of Technology (2009)

Harp & Hearth, Altar & Albain SMI Interdisciplinary Symposium, Mícheál O’Cléirigh Institute & DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama (2008)

Flight of Harps Flight of the Earls Conference, DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama (2007)

teaching fellows 2012
DIT Teaching Fellowship Award with Dr Lorraine O’Connell for Composers in the Community