West Cork Music poised to showcase its wares in capital
W est Cork has good reason to be proud of its status and reputation in tourism terms as a result of three separate, yet culturally inter-linked, summer festivals. It has even more reason to be proud of the amazing range of top-notch music it produces
These festivals, dedicated to classical music, Irish music and literature, have brought thousands of visitors to the Bantry region down the years to revel in the region’s scenic beauty and enjoy festivals whose fame has spread across Britain and the continent.
Yet West Cork Music has not always made the Dublin “connection’’ as effectively as it might, and it is with this in mind that it is now coming to Dublin to do...
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