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RTÉ Concert Orchestra set to receive a new lease of life

Montrose’s pride and joy is under new management, but its commitment to unstinting excellence remains undimmed

19th January, 2020
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RTÉ Concert Orchestra performances are rarely screened on RTÉ

There is no show that fills Dublin’s National Concert Hall faster and with more regularity than the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. I use the word “show” in preference to “concert” or “performance” because this orchestra, more than any other, has pure entertainment coursing through its veins.

That alone may not make it the most popular band of musicians in the country, but let’s not forget that it...

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