Thursday September 24, 2020

Festival puts new music on the radar

The upcoming New Music Dublin festival, which will take in a range of venues over four days, will unite the whole gamut of Ireland’s finest with a spectacular cast of artists from around the globe

24th February, 2019
Jennifer Walshe: a ‘dangerously compelling’ artist Pic: Blackie Bouffant

New Music Dublin, the annual festival of contemporary music that brings the best Irish talent together with great international masters, makes a welcome return to the NCH from February 28 to March 3.

Let’s hope it has better fortune than last year, when it was snowed off at short notice. (A slot was made available later in the year at NCH for a limited chunk of re-scheduled concerts – humorously described as a “defrosted” version.)...

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