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Monkstown makes its mark with music

2nd September, 2018
Nathalia Milstein

We all know that from little acorns great oaks grow – but far too slowly for my liking. Not so when it comes to music festivals if one is to judge by Music in Monkstown, which planted its ‘acorn’ just four years ago and is now a sturdy and impressive annual event in the south Dublin suburb.

The man who planted the Monkstown acorn was RTÉ Symphony Orchestra lead clarinettist John Finucane, a...

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