Classical Notes: Young Europeans keep alumni in fine tune
The European Union Youth Orchestra is to hold a special performance in Dublin this Wednesday, in partnership with the Royal Irish Academy of Music
Every day, I ask myself how music can survive socially and financially in these times of Covid-19. It was always going to be tricky when Brexit was the only cloud on the horizon, but both coming together is awful, to say the least.
However, somehow things are moving on and though it’s unlikely we will be having a friendly musical discussion with the person in the next seat any time soon, there is light beginning...
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Album reviews: Julien Baker, Maximo Park, Wyvern Lingo
A fearless US songwriter, down-to-earth Newcastle band and resilient Bray trio are reviewed this week
Classical Notes: Female composers reap the rewards for original music
The NCH’s Female Commissioning Scheme offers established and emerging female and female-identifying composers from all musical idioms a platform to create work
David Gray interview: ‘All that matters is the thing you’re doing and how much heart, energy and creativity you’re giving it’
He should be on his 20th anniversary White Ladder tour right now, but with that on hold, the singer-songwriter has taken the opportunity to release a new record, one that has an Irish connection