Wednesday May 27, 2020

Classical Notes: The mastermind behind the Masterworks

To coincide with our presidency of the European Union, many of our finest musicians will be spreading their wings over the continent, writes Dick O'Riordan.

3rd February, 2013
Hugh Tinney: an outstanding musician of sensitivity.

Our presidency of the European Union is revving up nicely on the music front. As an opening notice of intent, the Irish Chamber Orchestra played what was by all accounts a brilliant opening concert in Berlin's Konzerthaus on January 21 and in the coming months many of our finest musicians in all genres will be spreading their wings over the continent.

At home, too, we're putting our best out to bat. This is undoubtedly the case...

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