The Silent Wild Symposium, Leeds University
Ailís has been invited to present a talk about her music-based work in the site-specific context at Leeds University. This symposium considers the use of sound in contemporary art and heritage sites: Why has sound become a powerful means of uncovering a hidden past for many visual artists?  In association with the Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage, University of Leeds. 18th September. Full details. 
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...