Frank Corcoran

Frank Corcoran

Photo by Eugene Langan, Courtesy Contemporary Music Centre Ireland

Frank Corcoran

Composer Frank Corcoran’s work includes chamber, symphonic, choral and electro-acoustic music, through which he explores particularly Irish issues like language and history. He has worked with text by the poet Seamus Heaney in the chamber piece Mad Sweeney (1996), and by the Irish-language writer Gabriel Rosenstock.

Songs of Terror and Love

New York premiere of internationally renowned Irish composer, Frank Corcoran´s new SONGS OF TERROR AND LOVE (2010) for Basso Drammatico and Ensemble, to be performed by renowned U.S. Chamber Orchestra, North South Consonance under their brilliant conductor, Max Lifchitz. Settings of the poet Jacopone da Todi (1303) in the original Umbran version and in translation (English version by Frank Corcoran).

Locations & Dates

Start Date – End Date

120 West 69th.
Street New York,

March 14 – March 14