Irish composer Gribbin recalls children who fled Nazis

24th June, 2018
Deirdre Gribbin

Women composers are consistently prominent on the Irish scene – particularly in the contemporary music arena - with many getting exposure through commissions from our national orchestras and music establishments.

Among the most prominent are Elaine Agnew, Siobhán Cleary and Deirdre Gribbin.

It is encouraging too that – as we reported last week - the West Cork Chamber Music Festival is pursuing a women composers agenda during its ten-day festival in Bantry (June...

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