A Dedicated Jazz Venue for Ireland Gerry Godley of the Improvised Music Company makes the case for a custom-made venue for jazz.
After the Fianna: Reality and Perceptions of Traditional Singing in Ireland Collector Tom Munnelly assesses the state of Irish traditional singing today.
Aloys Fleischmann (1910-1992): A Life for Music in Ireland A review of a collections of articles and essays on the composer Aloys Fleischmann, compiled by his daughter Ruth Fleischmann.
MacMahon from Clare – Tony MacMahon A review of accordion player Tony MacMahon's first solo recording in over thirty years.
Babel – Roger Doyle A review of Roger Doyle's magnum opus – his five-CD Babel.
Harmonica – Mick Kinsella A review of harmonica vituroso Mick Kinsella's first CD.
Death of a Medium Composer Roger Doyle on the death of a beautiful art form.
Guitaracism and other stories ... A review of a new book on guitar accompaniment in traditional Irish music.
Pie Jesu – National Chamber Choir A review by composer Fergus Johnston of a new CD of contemporary Irish music.
The Art Problem We have an 'art problem', argues Irish writer Desmond Fennell.