Ernst Krenek

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Tuned in: Listeners in  the Electrophone Salon in Gerrard Street, London, circa 1903. Photograph: The Print Collector/Getty Images

Some 40 years ago, when Sony launched the first Walkman in Ireland, the company didn’t even call it the Walkman. Here, as in Britain, it was called th(...)

Maxim Vengerov: Nothing bland in his unassuming, highly articulate playing. Photograph: Benjamin Ealovega

The music writer Hans Keller (1919-1985), who was born in Vienna and lived and worked in Britain from 1938, including 20 years with the BBC, was a not(...)

Italian pianist Alessandro Taverna, has become a regular visitor to Ireland since taking the third prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition of 2009

THURSDAY 14 ICO/Thomas Zehetmair Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin, 8pm, €25/€22/€10/€5, irishchamberorchestra.com; also Fri, Limerick The public profi(...)

Jimmy Vaughan has been gone a long time from his native Dublin. His name does crop up from time to time in recitals with singers, or on a competition (...)

This is not so much an exploration of the 20th-century concerto grosso as of concertos in that spirit which feature flute (Karl-Heinz Schütz) and pian(...)