Criticism

Live Reviews: Si Schroeder and Boxes Paul Watts Si Schroeder and BoxesCrawDaddy, Dublin11 May 2006It’s been something of a running joke in Dublin’s music underground that Simon Kenny, who’s been the one constant in the Schroeder family of bands (Schroeder’s Cat, Schroedersound and...
Live Reviews: Garry Walsh, Máire Breathnach, Dave Hennessy & Donal Clancy Pat Ahern Garry Walsh, Máire Breathnach, Dave Hennessy & Donal ClancyMusic Network Tour, Briery Gap, Macroom21 May 2006The traditional music repertoire consists of many parts. There are the old tunes, which were handed down with the Ten Commandments, or so...
Live Reviews: Mostly Modern Festival Barra Ó Séaghdha Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, Dublin / 3-4 March 2006
Live Reviews: Dublin Guitar Quartet Paul Watts Lazybird (The International Bar), Dublin, 12 March 2006This gig served as an album launch for the Dublin Guitar Quartet’s debut album Deleted Pieces, which had just been released a couple of days beforehand on Greyslate Records, and attendance-wise it...
Live Reviews: Caoimhín Ó Raghaillaigh, with Jane Hughes and Lorcan Mac Mathuna Pat Ahern St Brendan’s Church, Bantry, 17 March 2006Outside the confines of the Church of St Brendan the Navigator in Bantry, the populace celebrated the National Feast with the customary mixture of ballads and booze. Inside, Caoimhín Ó Raghaillaigh...
Live Reviews: i-and-e festival Barra Ó Séaghdha Various venues, Dublin / 31 March-1 April 2006
Live Reviews: Trihornophone Live Reviews: Trihornophone Toner Quinn Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, 23 February 2006
Live Reviews: Horizons – Elaine Agnew Jacqui McIntosh NCH, Dublin, 17 January 2006Lutoslawski – Musique Funèbre (á la mémoire de Béla Bartók); Agnew – Slasp; Kats-Chernin – Heaven is Closed; Agnew – Straight to the PointRTÉ National Symphony Orchestra;...

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