Wednesday November 25, 2020

MusicTown working overtime to break down the cultural barriers

7th April, 2019
Andrew Gavin, tenor, and Rachel Croash, soprano, in The Deadly World of Opera, staged by Irish National Opera

Music is genre- fluid, to use modern lingo. By this, I mean it evolves in form not just over centuries, but from within itself through a sort of natural selection process. It morphs into forms to suit the times and prevailing cultures.

Children born into one kind of musical culture learn to love it, but as they progress in years and life experiences they can often challenge the very sounds that once made them so...

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