Breathing new life into baroque

New initiative has just been announced by the Royal Irish Academy of Music

18th December, 2016
Ann Murray, Corina Ignat and Monica Huggett at the launch of the RIAM Historical Perforamnce Department Pic: Mark Stedman

A new initiative that will set the standards for the performance of baroque and early music performance in Ireland has just been announced by the Royal Irish Academy of Music.

The move is the final act in a year that has already seen the RIAM adopt a modernised attitude to its operations through a stream of ‘user-friendly’ developments that run counter to its traditional approach.

As we reported here recently, the RIAM now...

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