PREVIEW: Youthful talents ring in Chinese New Year
Concerts by three outstanding young classical musicians, aged 11 to 18, are at the heart of a packed schedule for the colourful Dublin Chinese New Year Festival at 12pm on Sunday March 4 at Dublin City Gallery the Hugh Lane.
The festival is to celebrate the Year of the Dog. According to a spokeswoman, the festival “is very excited to showcase the prodigious classical music talent that has emerged in its ranks. The festival is presented in association...
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