Tuesday January 21, 2020

Classical Notes: Waterford Music keeps show on the road after 75 years

You don’t survive for such a long time without steely resolve

25th September, 2016
Camerata Ireland will feature as part of Waterford Musics 2016/17 season

There are hidden heroes everywhere, and classical music has more than its fair share of people who work tirelessly for the cause. Take, for instance, Pat Grogan, who this year stepped down after an extraordinary 51 years as treasurer of Waterford Music Society.

Just imagine the mighty dedication that service required to keep the show on the road.

Think of the blood, sweat and tears involved in trying to balance budgets as the society’s artistic wing...

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