Wednesday June 3, 2020

Music academy to showcase its many talents

The academy is also forging relationships with eminent music establishments for a special 1916 commemorative project.

25th October, 2015
Guitarist Xuefei Yang will give a masterclass at RIAM in the academy’s 2015-2016 season

I rarely pass the Royal Irish Academy of Music on Westland Row without wondering what great things are happening behind its closed doors; what great talent is being nurtured, which young stars are being groomed, what marvelous music is being performed.

I mention this for three reasons: first, its student flautist Miriam Koczena has just been named young Irish musician of the year; secondly, one of its most famous alumni, Finghin Collins, will perform in...

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