Put your house on this festival
The Great Music in Irish Houses festival still retains the sort of ambition and determination that first fuelled its formation in 1970
It may be within sight of its 50th anniversary, but the Great Music in Irish Houses festival still retains the sort of ambition and determination that first fuelled its formation in 1970.
This festival has always been a centrepiece of classical music activity, particularly chamber works, during the summer season, and the world-class status of its musicians and ensembles has never been in doubt. Every concert is a class act, but the festival has never been...
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