A mesmeric mélange of Mozart from the heart of London town
Dublin’s National Concert Hall has an impressive chamber music itinerary this coming year, not just for the strength of its own home-based programming and artists, but also for the inclusion of some of the finest chamber ensembles in the world as part of its flagship International Concert Series.
This series has begun already and is bookended by the major symphony contributors, the already departed Staatskapelle Dresden – which gave a real cracker of...
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