Friday November 27, 2020

Baroque supergroup bring songs and tales from the mountains

12th August, 2018
Apollo’s Fire: Pic: Roger Mastroianni

Apollo’s Fire are considered the hottest baroque band in the US, and have been blazing a trail in Renaissance and early classical music repertoire since they were founded in 1992.

Apologies for the pitiful puns, but they happen to be entirely appropriate, and the first visit to Ireland by this fabulous ensemble – an offshoot of the mighty Cleveland Symphony Orchestra - will provide a centrepiece of excitement for lovers of roots music when...

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