Make room for memorable music
From now on, concerts at the Kevin Barry Room at the National Concert Hall require serious and specific attention
From now on, concerts at the Kevin Barry Room at the National Concert Hall require serious and specific attention. Its elegantly restored environment and acoustics now bask in their own importance as the concert hall’s flagship for chamber music, a far cry from when the room was merely recital space upstairs.
Chamber music lovers, in particular, have to be constantly on the alert in case interesting stuff slips under the radar. To help...
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