Tuesday February 18, 2020

Classical Notes: DIT celebrates the past with a focus on the future

The Conservatory is preparing for the biggest leap of its life shortly

12th November, 2017
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Paula Murrihy, a mezzo-soprano graduate of the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama

The DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama celebrated 30 years of its Bachelor of Music Performance Degree at the National Concert Hall by throwing its full forces into the fray. No tone was left unturned.

The concert launched with a ferocious blast of Carl Orff’s O Fortuna and concluded with an explosion of Beethoven’s Ode to Joy – both under the baton of conductor David Brophy, a former DIT graduate.

In between...

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