Stage set: Gearóid Solan of Irish National Youth Ballet, dancing with Aoibh Ní Ríain Broin

Sisters – a classical-style piece choreographed by Stephen Brennan about stars that become humans, then(...)

 President Michael D Higgins prepares to lay a wreath during a Spirit of Place Ceremony and Dawn Service at the Anzac Commemorative Site in Turkey to mark the 100th anniversary of the  Gallipoli campaign. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire.

(...) was acknowledged by a performance, at the start of the service, of the didgeridoo by classical(...)

A mahogany dining table attributed to early 19th-century Dublin cabinet-makers Gillingtons, which was the best sale at the auction, at €70,000

(...) of Irish Regency neo-classical torchères “attributed to Del Vecchio, Dublin”, €28,000 (€20,000- €30(...)

Avi Avital (mandolin) and Ksenija Sidorova (accordion): highly charismatic young musicians

(...) – Histoire du Tango (exc). Nikolai Budashkin – Concerto in A minor.   Here are fringe classical(...)

May 2 and has just released a swell classical album – hear it below), Franceso Tristano and(...)

Laura Marling isn’t the kind of needy artist whose primary aim is to be understood by fans of her music and songs

(...) classical music, and the other gave me Heartbreaker by Ryan Adams.” The creative process: “I get solace(...)

Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato sang with a kind of effortless aplomb, as if singing of beauty and precision were something that could just be made to happen

The New York Philharmonic’s appearance at the National Concert Hall on Thursday was anything but orthodox for a visiting orchestra. There was no bi(...)

(...) traditional and classical music and gardening. Through her son’s interest in cricket she became for a time a(...)

The Dublin Castle event coincides with ‘Ireland: Crossroads of Art and Design, 1690-1840’, a major exhibition under way at the prestigious Art Institute of Chicago

(...) speakers and topics are Lynda Mulvin (Irish Collectors of Classical Sculpture: From Downhill to Russborough(...)

Gunnar Staalesen: ‘What book would I give to a friend’s child on their 18th birthday?  Probably Love in the Time of Cholera, so that he or she can understand that love can survive all’

(...) classical Swedish poet Carl Michael Bellman’s Fredman’s Epistles, illustrated by the artist Peter Dahl(...)