Norway’s top opera job is being taken up by Annilese Miskimmon. The post comes with its own dramatic history
Times have been hard, but the decision to cut funding to three musical organisations is unnecessarily damaging
New Music Dublin has suffered numerous abuses in its short life and has been postponed for 2016. Can it be fixed?
Only one living Irish composer is part of the NCH’s seven-concert series for the 1916 centenary
Many years ago I wrote about music for a while under a female pseudonym. It was a real eye-opener
The Swedish Chamber Orchestra offered an alternative to ‘stouter’ performances of Brahms's second symphony
NI Opera’s ‘Turandot’ is stunning, while Leif Ove Andsnes enjoys stint at the NCH
The renaming of Wexford Opera House is odd: what’s fine for a festival does not necessarily make sense for a national institution
Some might have found performances with Mahler and Disney at their core to be OTT, but there was plenty to be moved by
Interview: Bardon, a Led Zeppelin fan who came to opera late, is home in Dublin for Mahler’s Resurrection symphony
That question was arguably answered in concerts at the National Concert Hall and University Church last week
And, in another NCH show, Basel Symphony Orchestra and conductor Dennis Russell Davies memorably take on a major flop
The second year of the Ros Tapestry Suite saw top-notch piano performances of five commissioned compositions
The conductor has done it all and is marked out by the strength of his commitment to new music
Lang Lang takes a strict approach to consistency – so is two out of three acceptable when it comes to a concert?
OTR is out of here
A new report makes some interesting findings about the sounds of Dublin when it comes to popular music
Ten years after I first heard of Wandelweiser, Louth Contemporary Music Society has brought it to Ireland
Sung in the city’s unmistakable twang, ‘Long Story Short: The Belfast Opera’ is fresh, contemporary and slightly daring
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