Wednesday April 8, 2020

Sounds like a brilliant year: classical highlights for 2020

Beethoven 250 events at the NCH, an imaginative new principal conductor at the RTÉNCO, and an abundance of contemporary, baroque and chamber concerts nationwide are among the delights awaiting music lovers this year

12th January, 2020
Jaime Martín is already making a big impact at the National Symphony Orchestra

‘’What music should I like?” the English composer Edward Elgar was once asked.

‘’There is music in the air. All you have to do is take as much as you require,’’ was his famous reply. Maybe Eddie was just being his usual grumpy old self, but he had a valid point.

And so it is with the vast choice that Ireland’s music lovers have had laid before them...

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