We have all struggled with Lockdown, but LOVE Castleconnell have been very busy behind the scenes. We all know and admire the stunning imposing building that is All Saints Church in Stradbally Castleconnell, but it always comes as a surprises as to how few of the local community have actually been inside the doors.

We are delighted to give you an opportunity tonight to walk through the doors and watch a spectacular show in featuring musical prodigy pianist Kevin Jansson.

The Castleconnell Autumn Concert Series 2020 are brought to you in association with the Culture and Arts O­ffice of Limerick City and County Council, with financial support from the Arts Council and Creative Ireland. The first of many this concert is introduced by RTÉ Lyric FM’s Liz Nolan promises to be a feast for the senses. It will only be available to watch online for a limited time so grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy!

Click here watch Castleconnell Autumn Concert Series 2020 Online Live from 8pm 3rd November 2020


Born in 2000, Kevin is emerging as one of the finest musicians of his generation. Having received six international first prizes, most recently at the 2018 Jeune Chopin Competition in Switzerland, he released his debut solo piano CD with Claves Records in 2017. He received thirteen first prizes at Feis Ceoil in 2015, 2017 and 2019 and most recently received the RDS Music Bursary Award.

Having made his recital debut at twelve, his concerto debut at thirteen and his debut at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall in 2017, Kevin also performed extensively throughout Europe, most recently in an all-Chopin tour of Poland. He is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree with Yoheved Kaplinsky and Julian Martin at the Juilliard School, where he is a recipient of both the Rose Piano Fellowship and the Artzt Piano Scholarship.

His programme will begin with Franz Schubert’s Sonata in A Minor D. 845 and will finish with Robert Schumann’s Fantasie in C Major op. 17. His concert recording features on RTÉ Lyric Fm’s Full Score programme on October 21st as a prelude to this year’s concerts.