Irish Folk Music Studies/Éigse Cheol Tíre, Volumes 5-6, 1986-2001 A review of the most recent issue of Irish Folk Music Studies/Éigse Cheol Tíre.
Changes in Music Education in Ireland: Part 1 Ita Beausang charts the changes in music education in Ireland in instrumental tuition, music in schools, and third level music education.
Irish Classical Recordings A review of Irish Classical Recordings: A Discography of Irish Art Music by Axel Klein.
Irish Youth Choir 21st Anniversary Concert A preview of the Irish Youth Choir 21st Anniversary Concert.
In Dreams Begins Responsibility: An Irish Academy for the Performing Arts? Richard Pine examines the issues surrounding the establishment of an Irish Academy for the Performing Arts.
Composers' Choice: Fergus Johnston A preview of Fergus Johnston's Composers' Choice on March 28th, 2002, in the John Field Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin 2.
Live Reviews: Horizons: John Buckley Horizons – featuring the music of John Buckley, Henri Dutilleux and György Ligeti, National Concert Hall, Dublin, 29 January 2002, with the National Symphony Orchestra (Conductor: Colman Pearce) and soloist Peter Sweeney (organ)
Scotland's Centre of Traditional Excellence Steve McGrail reports on a ground-breaking project in Scotland to give youngsters in-depth traditional music tuition within an ordinary local school.
Adorno's Philosophy of Music In the light of a recent weekend of music from the 2nd Viennese School, Conor Kostick looks at the ideas on music of philosopher Theodor Adorno.
Investing in Tradition European audiences have been offered African music as a kind of dichotomy, i.e. either very traditional rural acoustic music or urban dance bands, with very little in between. This article looks at the way in which one African musician, Chartwell Dutiro, has subverted this polarity.