Raymond Deane recounts a weekend on which music from Ireland flooded the French capital at the Centre Culturel Irlandais.
Crash ensemble have announced details of their first concert as Project Arts Centre's ensemble-in-residence, to feature music by Glenn Branca and Kevin Volans.
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.
Violinist Darragh Morgan brings a programme of new Irish violin music to the contemporary music festival at Canterbury
Donnacha Dennehy's song cycle If He Died, What Then is based on a first hand account of the Irish famine of the 1840s, and features Dawn Upshaw as soloist.
Iarla Ó Lionáird latest album, Foxlight, is a departure from the singer's previous records.
The composer Bill Whelan spoke of the challenges facing composers at the launch of the Music Composition Centre at Trinity College, Dublin. Here, we reprint his speech in full.
Stephen Graham talks to Irish composer Seán Clancy ahead of the premiere of the latter's Findetotenlieder by BCMG and Susan Narucki.
New Sounds, a contemporary music programme on New York's WNYC station, has announced that Crash Ensemble has topped a recent listener poll.
Elastic Harmonic NMC D133 Joanna MacGregor, Tatiana Koleva, Crash Ensemble, ensemble Intégrales, Darragh Morgan, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra/Gavin Maloney The direction at the beginning of the score for Glamour Sleeper, the track that
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The music of Donnacha Dennehy.