Composer of soundtracks to Requiem for a Dream, Pi, The Wrestler and Black Swan, Clint Mansell will make his Irish debut at the National Concert Hall, Sunday 12 October, with his band, the Sonus Quartet and Carly Paradis, piano.
The Grammy and Golden-Globe nominated composer is a long-time collaborator of ground-breaking director Darren Aronofsky, for whom he has scored the aforementioned movies. In addition to his impressive work for film, Clint received major acclaim for his 2009 score for Duncan Jones’ directorial debut Moon. His latest creation is the soundtrack to the film Noah, starring Russell Crowe.
Clint Mansell at the National Concert Hall is part of the National Concert Hall’s flagship series, Perspectives 2014 which is supported by The Irish Independent and Today Fm.
Tickets to Clint Mansell with his band, pianist Carly Paradis and the Sonus Quartet at the National Concert Hall / Sunday 12 October 2014, 8pm are €35 / NCH Box Office Tel: 01 417 00 00 or www.nch.ie