Interview in The Yorkshire Post
A recent interview with The Yorkshire Post on ‘Linger’ for The Brontë Parsonage Museum, to read, click here.

“While I was playing I was thinking about The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and also about how it must have been for these three women living together in the Parsonage. My own view of it is that it must have been a very claustrophobic situation and I wanted the music to represent that kind of controlled antagonism. None of the music gets over-emotional or flowery – it is very measured.”

 

Royal Academy of Music Premiere July 2022

Royal Academy of Music Premiere July 2022

Double-bass player and singer Eleanor Grant will give the world premiere of Ailís Ní Ríain's Mascaron for double-bass and recorded prepared piano on 1st July...

Irish Times Feature April 2022

Irish Times Feature April 2022

A feature about Ailís was published in The Irish Times in April 2022 in advance of the premiere of her orchestral work Flower Scar Road for the RTÉ Concert...