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Eamonn Quinn: What’s interesting about his curiosity in the world of new music is his lack of ideology. He does not appear to be interested in any style or trend for its own sake

The Forberg-Schneider-Stiftung’s 2018 Belmont Prize award ceremony took place before the Louth Contemporary Music Society’s Book of Hours Festival in (...)

Máire Carroll

THURSDAY 21st Kirkoskammer – The Piano Bewley’s Café Theatre, Grafton Street, Dublin, 7pm, €10/€7, kirkoskammerpiano.eventbrite.ie  The latest(...)

Eamonn Quinn, co-founder and artistic director of the Louth Contemporary Music Society and winner of the prestigious Belmont Prize.

The list of winners of the €20,000 Forberg-Schneider-Stiftung’s Belmont Prize for contemporary music is an interesting one. It begins in 1999 with the(...)

Anna Devin: she is one of those singers whose sheer fluency and ease of command can quite mask the extremity of some of the demands she masters in performance

The first half of the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir’s concert under Kaspars Putnins at the National Concert Hall last Wednesday was devoted to m(...)

The Estonian Philharmonic Orchestra return as part of the celebration of the centenary of the foundation of the Republic of Estonia

WEDNESDAY 31 Classical Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir/Kaspars Putninš NCH, Dublin 8pm €27.50-€55 nch.ie It’s just over 10 years since the Esto(...)

The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir: hoping for a warm reception in Dublin

As the whole world must have heard by now, we Irish are officially the most oppressed people ever, a fact recognised by even northern unionists, via t(...)

Duo Gazzana feature at the ECM Weekend. Photograph: Stefano Borghi

Sunday, November 19 Edel Meade Arthurs, Dublin. 4pm, €10. arthurspub.ie Inventive Dublin singer Edel Meade performs songs from her new album, Blue Fa(...)

Karen Sheridan aka Slow Skies returns with Dancing

Hare Squead - Pure Jessy Rose, Tony Konstone and Lilo Blues are building on their major label connect and growing fanbase in UK and North America w(...)

Gerald Barry: His “treatment somehow intensifies, if that is imaginable, the topsy-turviness of Lewis Carroll’s imagination”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Musical taste is as complex and confounding as the rules of attraction. You can argue about it, but taste is one of those things that people don’t hav(...)

The concert ended with Gerald Barry’s From the Intelligence Park (1986), a collage-like piece, sometimes calmly mono-linear, sometimes fiercely aggressive

The Composing the Island festival at the National Concert Hall, surveying the past 100 years of music in Ireland, has presented a lot of music that h(...)

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