Teada Orchestra

Monday 2nd December, 7.30pm
Artwork by Ena Brennan
Téada (the Irish word for ‘string’) are a group of 22 violin, viola, cello and double 
bass players who came together through their love of string music, and now 
form Dublin’s newest orchestral collective. Coming from such diverse 
musical backgrounds as classical, trad and jazz, they bring you a colourful 
selection for their debut showcase, spanning a century of string repertoire.
The programme includes: 
Pyotr Tchaikovsky - Serenade for Strings (1880)
Arvo Part - Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten (1977)
Arthur Duff - Irish Suite (1949) and a mix of chamber music.
The evening will take place in the beautiful acoustic of the Back Loft, and will be 
accompanied by mince pies and other refreshments.
Tickets E 8, buy at the door or purchase at
Téada Orchestra warmly thank the Back Loft for their generous support.