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Drogheda names its ‘magnificent seven’

Drogheda’s International Classical Music Series has good reason to be optimistic as it enters its fourth year

30th August, 2015
Ilya Gringolts

Last season saw a dramatic rise in ticket sales, a trend expected to continue with concerts to suit all tastes.

The seven in question are the monthly concerts that take place in the atmospheric St Peter’s Church of Ireland. The concerts will explore two of the great Czech composers, Dvořák and Janáček, as well as some of the best-loved works of Schubert.

Says artistic adviser Pauline Ashwood: “We have...

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