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Between Oppositions
Reviews
Between Oppositions
In July, the Dutch Ragazze Quartet premiered Garth Knox...
Jul 8, 2021
The Composer as Raconteur
Opinion
The Composer as Raconteur
A memoir and diary belonging to the composer Brian Boydell...
Jan 23, 2020
Uncomfortable Story Beautifully Told
Reviews
Uncomfortable Story Beautifully Told
Irish National Opera's current production of '...
Mar 28, 2019
Not Your Ordinary Megalomaniacal Psycho
Reviews
Not Your Ordinary Megalomaniacal Psycho
Irish National Opera presented the Irish staged premiere of...
Oct 18, 2018
British Music Criticism and Anti-intellectualism
Opinion
British Music Criticism and Anti-intellectualism
Mark Fitzgerald reviews a new book edited by Jeremy Dibble...
Aug 30, 2018
Misunderstandings, Trickery and Guile
Reviews
Misunderstandings, Trickery and Guile
Irish National Opera's production of The Marriage of...
Apr 26, 2018
Recent Releases: Classical Music
News
Recent Releases: Classical Music
A round-up of recent classical music releases
Mar 28, 2018
'Extremes of nervous tension' – Rhona Clarke's 'Edge' to be Premiered by Quatuor Voce
News
'Extremes of nervous tension' – Rhona Clarke's...
French string quartet on nationwide Music Network tour from...
Nov 13, 2017
Violin Reflections
Reviews
Violin Reflections
Four of Ireland's leading violinists, an inventive...
May 2, 2017
The Meeting of Known and Unknown
Opinion
The Meeting of Known and Unknown
Four recent solo recordings by Kate Ellis, Caoimhín Ó...
Mar 31, 2015
All is Chaos
Opinion
All is Chaos
The idea of a common language in composition is a thing of...
Jul 1, 2011
The Musical Priest
Opinion
The Musical Priest
He was a cantankerous eccentric who stressed that the Irish...
Feb 1, 2010
New Work Notes: Critical Mass
Radar
New Work Notes: Critical Mass
John McLachlan asks if we have what it takes to develop a...
Sep 1, 2008
Laughing at the Chaos: György Ligeti (1923–2006)
Opinion
Laughing at the Chaos: György Ligeti (1923–2006)
This November, a festival dedicated to the music of György...
Sep 1, 2007
letters
Letters: Irish Musical Culture / RTÉ LMF
Barra Ó Séaghdha, Dublin, writes:
Sep 1, 2007
Opinion
Colour on all sides
A review of the recent RTÉ Living Music Festival which...
May 1, 2007
Opinion
Hard Core Values
The Sonorities Festival 2006.
Jul 1, 2006
E-debate: Music and Society – Raymond Deane and Ronan Guilfoyle
Opinion
E-debate: Music and Society – Raymond Deane and Ronan Guilfoyle
If pulse-based music is the norm in our society, are most...
Jan 1, 2006
Contemporary Music?
Opinion
Contemporary Music?
Jazz may be challenging and complex, but, rooted in the...
Nov 1, 2005
letters
Letters: Looking for the Irish Bartók
Dear Editor,A ghost haunts the JMI – the ghost of the Irish...
Sep 1, 2005