Pianist Andrew Zolinsky will present a programme of twentieth and twenty-first century music at the Kevin Barry Room, including a number of Irish premieres.
A large-scale, site-specific installation telling the story of the Titanic in Liverpool's Anglican Church uses music by Ailís Ní Ríain.
The 2012 Hard Working Class Heroes festival takes place 4–6 October, with bands, industry events, and photography exhibitions.
This festival brings traditional, hip-hop and indie music out of the city centre and into venues across Dublin's north side for afternoon concerts and masterclasses suitable for all the family.
The electro-acoustic performance group will bring a programme of works for harpsichord and electronics to the Bucharest festival.
The Classical, Music and Wired strands all focus on artists that fuse or defy genres, with an eclectic mix of international and Irish music.
The Irish choir mark their twenty-fifth anniversary with a new album and a Dublin concert.
Part of the Beyond the Season series of concerts, the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra will be joined by the singer and electronic music ensemble for a concert of new and old Irish music.
The August Kaleidoscope features Lynda O’Connor and Ailbhe McDonagh, Deirdre Moynihan and Alec O’Leary, Leonie Bluett, and Toner Quinn and Malachy Bourke.
The pianist and violist will present a concert that explores the range of repertoire for the duo from Brahms to Arvo Part on 28 July.
Independent label and stalwart champion of Ireland's instrumental rock bands is to close with a final concert in November.
The Irish Youth Choir are marking their anniversary with Soundworlds, a tour celebrating innovation in choral music.
Christy Moore is playing a series of three concerts for the Liffey Banks Sessions in Dublin, one solo and two with guests including Liam O'Flynn, Laoise Kelly and the Máirtín O'Connor band.
The long-running weekly jazz session at JJ Smyths jazz and blues venue will come to a close with a final gig on Thursday, 7 June.
The sixth annual festival, organised by children's charity the Musical Youth Foundation, has begun in Dublin, including music, art and food events.
Performers such as Séamus Begley, Oisín MacDiarmada, Edel Fox, Dermot Bynre, Natalie Haas, Alan Doherty, John Spillane, Alan Kelly, Conal Ó Grada, and Niamh Parsons will feature in this summer's Steeple Sessions at the Unitarian Church
Dublin production company Ergodos to bring the London singer/cellist here for one concert in The Grand Social
The charity's multicultural 'gig with a difference' will bring together Irish and world music
The ninth annual festival exploring guitar music features a range of styles and genres, and Irish and international performers and ensembles in a series of concerts and seminars in Dublin.
Soloists Georgia Cusack and Deborah Landolt will join the Diversus Guitar Ensemble for the ensemble's only concert in 2012.