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Classicial Notes: RTE NSO waltzes into its new season

The RTE National Symphony Orchestra's 2012-2013 season kicks off on Friday at the NCH with a waltz-laden programme of Lehár, Richard Strauss and Ravel, writes Dick O'Riordan.

1st September, 2012
Alan Buribayev, principal conductor of the NSO.

The RTE National Symphony Orchestra's 2012-2013 season, which comes with hundreds of names and copious facts and figures attached, kicks off on Friday, September 14 at the National Concert Hall with a waltz-laden programme of Lehár, Richard Strauss and Ravel.

The music and personalities are always the main points of interest to the punter but, nevertheless, it is worth sketching the basic framework of the new schedule, which RTE supremo Seamus Crimmins says has...

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