Noa Wildschut - Pablo Barragán - Amadeus Wiesensee

Pablo Barragán, Clarinet
Noa Wildschut, Violin
Amadeus Wiesensee, Piano


Saturday 9th March 2024 | 7.00pm


The DMA in association with Music Network presents Noa Wildschut, Pablo Barragán, Amadeus Wiesensee.

Violinist and former ECHO Rising Star, Noa Wildschut will be joined by the brilliant clarinettist Pablo Barragán and exceptional young pianist Amadeus Wiesensee.
The trio will present their interpretation of some of the best-known works for clarinet, violin and piano, including Saint-Saëns’s elegant sonata for clarinet and piano, alongside exuberant dance melodies from Hungry and Romania and a beautiful jazz influenced Sonata for violin and piano.
The evening will close with music by Schoenfield drawing extensively on the traditional Klezmer music of Eastern Europe.

Don’t miss what will be an eclectic, exquisite and exhilarating evening of music!

Tickets are €28 per person and will go on sale on November 17th

The concert commences at 7pm and doors will be closed until the next break in music.

A limited number of post concert supper tickets can be purchased with your concert tickets.




The DMA Memory Book

In 2021, the DMA published a Memory Book, listing all concerts and music played since the first concert in 1987. The book has wonderful sketches from concerts at Tullynally drawn by the late Jeremy Williams. There are also several delightful short 'memories' from performers and audience members. Books are €10 each plus P&P at €3 per book and you can purchase them by contacting
If you have booked to attend a forthcoming concert, you can reserve books to collect saving you the cost of postage.  We are now operating our events as 'cashless' so we ask you email your order to in advance and pay into the DMA account directly and you can collect your books at the concert.      


2023/24 Concert schedule

October 21st, Marmen Quartet
presented in association with the NSQF

November 25th, Anna Dennis, soprano; Jonas Nordberg, lute; Liam Byrne, viola da gamba
presented in association with Music Network

Full details of the Autumn 2023 and Spring 2024 concerts can be found here

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Patron: Thomas Pakenham 

Chaired by: Jane Massy

Una Fitzgibbon (Co Secretary), Eliza Chisholm, Muireann Sheahan 
Joan Flood, Dawn Harmon, Hugh Logan, Octavia Tulloch, John Farrell, Charney and Maire Weitzman.