Monday August 10, 2020

Classical Notes

Dublin faces a blitz of musical entertainment in August - with a considerable amount of it free to the public.

28th July, 2007

Dublin faces a blitz of musical entertainment in August - with a considerable amount of it free to the public.

Dublin City Council has increased its number of arts officers from one to five in the past year, and this has had the immediate effect of expanding its music programming into the suburbs, a positive and praiseworthy development.

Certainly, the north side of the city will benefit enormously from the arrival of the Northside Music...

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