Rhythm Nation: Cora Venus Lunny
The virtuoso violinist picks the ten tracks that mean the most to them
Next Friday will be Ireland’s 16th Culture Night. For obvious reasons, it should also be one of the most special. Among the many Irish musicians scheduled to perform for the first time in more than 18 months is virtuoso violinist Cora Venus Lunny, who can be seen at Dublin’s Hugh Lane Gallery as part of its An Evening of Art event.
Lunny’s latest release is Folding, an album of compositions inspired by...
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