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The Sabre Dance is not to everyone’s taste but the German cellist is looking forward to playing Khachaturian’s work
Why did national institution mark significant anniversary without involvement of an Irish composer, soloist or conductor?
The charismatic soprano on her theatrical style, ‘erotic’ Poulenc and ditching the Viking helmet
RTÉ to stage six-hour reconstruction of the debates held in the lead-up to the Civil War a century ago
Including Tommy Tiernan, The Mary Wallopers, The Sound of Music and more
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The contemporary music group celebrates its birthday with a range of special events. But what makes its members tick?
Bill provides legal framework to complete the transfer of the National Symphony Orchestra and choirs from RTÉ to the National Concert Hall
Tony Clayton-Lea trawls the music listings in search of memorable shows to light up the dark evenings ahead
Minister wants orchestra and RTÉ choirs ‘not only to survive but to flourish’
Composer on the challenges of her latest work and the transformative effect of Zoom
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