Ian Fox wrote his first criticism for the Irish Times in 1969 and has been music critic of the Sunday Tribune since 1988. He is Irish correspondent for Opera (London) and Opera Canada, and is a member of the Critics' Circle, London. He founded and edited the first Irish classical music magazine, Counterpoint, in 1969. He is a Governor of the Royal Irish Academy of Music and a Council member of the Wexford Festival.
The Forum for Music in Ireland – An Introduction to its Activities.
Dear Editor,There was always an old journalists’ pact that dog doesn’t eat dog and I am sorry to see that this has not penetrated to your journal. However, if Mr Barra Ó Séaghdha wishes to criticise other writers, he should first...
The Role of the Classical Music Critic in Ireland.