These two King dances ground themselves in tradition before launching brilliantly into contemporary choreography
Former Westlife singer fails to qualify for final of song contest with ‘Sunlight’
From Georgian rockers to Norwegian ice queens, plenty of variety in second semi-final
The NCH closes its week-long exploration of 100 years of cultural history with a freewheeling journey through traditional music and words
The Canadian singer’s set crackled with energy and invention, until technical faults brought the show down
The BAFTA-winning and Academy Award-nominated composer delivers a mesmerising performance from the Czech National Symphony Orchestra and Hungary’s Kodalay Choir
The references and riffs come thick and fast in a performance that becomes a theatrical, immersive experience
Kendrick Lamar, Major Lazer and The National will headline Marlay Park event
The Dundalk band ended their 10-year live hiatus with a secret charity show at the Ruby Sessions. Is it The Right Time for a comeback?
Social history, personal memories feature against backdrop of innovative performance
Band’s first show in city since 1997 combined big songs with overwhelming visuals
Florence Welch is industrious throughout but the odd bit of wildness shows the Machine’s more chaotic potential
What starts out as a small crowd in the Little Big Tent ends up as an appreciative throng
Like an apparition in club gear, she emerges from the smoke
New surveys show that those over 35 years of age are not pivoting to streaming services for a range of reasons
Second in the Event Talks series shows how science can help event organisers
A high proportion of composers do not like writing about their work but listeners find such context invaluable
In the past 10 years, the grant to Wexford has crept up but OTC's has fallen fast. What’s the rationale?
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