Thursday February 20, 2020

Classical Notes: National Concert Hall widens its horizons for the year ahead

I cannot myself hope to grapple with but a fraction of even the major highlights here

23rd April, 2017
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Fiddler Martin Hayes is to take up a residency at the NCH

The National Concert Hall delivered its kaleidoscopic agenda for the coming year with its usual organisational flair and a deluge of information that threatened, occasionally, to overwhelm a large attendance. We heard a lot – and not just about the goodies package for the new 2017/2018 season, but an interview by RTÉ’s Olivia O’Leary with NCH chief Simon Taylor, which left us in no doubt that the NCH was embarking on a wider programming agenda...

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