Thursday April 2, 2020

Classical notes: tribute to trailblazer McSwiney

Friends celebrate the world-class pianist’s extraordinary 60-year career with a concert at the NCH

5th January, 2020
Veronica McSwiney, a world-class pianist whose work will be celebrated at the National Concert Hall on January 7

Let’s begin the new year with a tribute to one of the great women of Ireland’s music world, one who has graced the scene for over 60 years. Veronica McSwiney is embarking on her 80th year and enjoying the sort of esteem reserved especially for those who have done and seen it all during a long career as a world-class pianist.

The celebration, hosted by the Dublin International Piano Competition, is combining...

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