RTÉ questions whether cutting orchestra loose will save money
The national broadcaster has challenged arts minister Catherine Martin’s claim that removing its responsibility for the National Symphony Orchestra will see it save cash
RTÉ has questioned a suggestion by a government minister that removing its responsibility for the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) will save it money.
Catherine Martin, the Minister for Culture, Arts and Media, said on Wednesday that the government was pushing ahead with a plan to transfer the orchestra to the National Concert Hall (NCH). A sum of €8 million is being provided to the NCH to cover the orchestra’s running costs.
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