Wednesday April 1, 2020

Bang On A Can’s bandwagon rolls on into Dublin

You hear a lot these days about kicking cans down roads, but next weekend, you can Bang On A Can with far more exciting results when the world-famous New York music collective – now a worldwide bandwagon – hits town for a two-day festival at the Nati

1st March, 2015
Bang On A Can: the music collective has done for classical music what the Beatles did for pop

What Bang On A Can did for classical music was roughly what the Beatles did for pop: inventing a whole new way of hearing it, seeing it, presenting it and enjoying it. And that includes a jeans-and-T-shirt informality for audiences, its “come and go as you please” attitude allowing punters to hop out for a bite to eat during marathon sessions – or just nip home for a nap.

The group, which became...

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