NCH festival tribute to a century of music makers
Over three weeks 29 events to examine classic, contemporary and choral music
One of the most important and far-reaching series of concerts on the development of music in Ireland during the past 100 years takes place at the National Concert Hall (NCH) from September 7-25.
Over the three-week period, 29 events will record, analyse and comment on what is basically a performance history of classical, contemporary and choral music since the foundation of the state.
How this music developed, and the times and circumstances in which it was written,...
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