Celebration of women in west Cork
The West Cork Chamber Music Festival is one of our great summer events, bringing – as it does every year since 1995 – the very best of international musicians and ensembles to the town of Bandon, on the ragged edge of Europe.
Going with the current flow, the festival declares that it “has gone out of its way” this year to find great works by women, but admits it has to hark back to 17th-century Italy...
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