Look Who's Talking! Barra Ó Séaghdha A look at the current state of reviewing in jazz, traditional and classical music in Ireland.
Euro-Paddy Land Desi Wilkinson Traditional music and the Irish diaspora in Europe.
Silver on Silver Thrills Itself to Ice Mark Patrick Hederman Reading recent debates in JMI, one could be excused for thinking that there must be a misunderstanding about the term ‘music’, argues Mark Patrick Hederman.
Piano Concerto Piano Concerto Ronan Guilfoyle Ronan Guilfoyle previews his Piano Concerto at the National Concert Hall on Friday 16th August, 2002, with Conor Linehan (piano) and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra (Laurent Wagner, conductor).
Belfast Flute-Playing: The Next Generation Belfast Flute-Playing: The Next Generation Robbie Hannan A review of Harry Bradley's second CD, As I Carelessly did Stray.
Changes in Music Education in Ireland: Part 2 Changes in Music Education in Ireland: Part 2 Ita Beausang In the second part of her article, Ita Beausang charts the changes over the last century in music education in Irish schools and third level music education.
Jazz: A Singular Source of Opposition Declan O'Driscoll Exploring the art of improvisation.
Does the Fat Lady Have to Sing Like That? Ian Wilson Composer Ian Wilson looks at opera writing today through the work of Gerald Barry, Salvatore Sciarrino and Morton Feldman's Neither.
It's Just Town! It's Just Town! Raymond Deane A review of a recent edition of Horizons on Lyric FM, in which John Schaeffer of WYNC Radio in New York was asked to take an outsider's look at the new music scene in Ireland.
Live Reviews: Imagination and Music Live Reviews: Imagination and Music Conor Kostick Composer’s Choice: Jennifer Walshe', National Concert Hall, Dublin, 27 March 2002