Dublin

In recent years Dublin has suffered the effects of an economic downturn, including unemployment, emigration and the closure of many of its once bustling shops and restaurants. Housing is less expensive than it was during the booming Celtic Tiger years, from the late 1990s until 2008, but in 2013 pri...

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Ed Devane: Stop/Run

11-18 December 2010. Stop/Run is an installation by Dublin-based audio artist Ed Devane in which he uses five kinetic instrument-ensembles as part of his live performance. Creative director of mus...
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DEAF 2009 (Dublin Electronic Arts Festival)

22 - 31 Oct 2009. Now in its 8th year, the Dublin Electronic Arts Festival (DEAF) presents an annual public platform for the electronic arts in Dublin, promoting this musical art form to new and ever-...
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Glenn Miller Orchestra in Dublin.

22 March 2009. The National Concert Hall hosts Britain
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Our Lady's Choral Society of Dublin performs in Rome.

Our Lady's Choral Society of Dublin performs in two concerts in Rome. On 11 Feb at 17.30 they will perform selections from Mendelsshon's "St Paul" at the tomb of St Paul at the Basilica of St Paul-out...
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Summer chamber classics at the National Concert Hall.

16-30 July 2008. Award-winning American pianist Max Levinson presents three Summer Chamber Classics at the National Concert Hall. The first concert is dedicated to New York, featuring the music of Ger...
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Hugh Lane Sunday concerts.

7 Oct-16 Dec 2007. First held in 1976, the Hugh Lane Gallery
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Altan at the National Concert Hall.

26 Sept 2007. Outstanding traditional Irish band Altan performs in concert with the RT
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Maxim Vengerov in concert.

5-6 May 2007. Virtuoso violinist Maxim Vengerov returns to the National Concert Hall (NCH) for two concerts as director and soloist with the critically acclaimed UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra. Russia...
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Anne Bushnell sings Edith Piaf.

3 Feb 2007. The life and songs of legendary French singer Edith Piaf (1915-1963) are celebrated in this one-woman show by internationally acclaimed Irish vocalist Anne Bushnell. Bushnell
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Willie Nelson and Family.

19 Jan 2007. Country and western legend Willie Nelson heads the line-up of the Mean Fiddler Fleadh 2007 at the Point Theatre in Dublin. The all-star evening features the Sharon Shannon Big Band with E...
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Mozart by Candlelight.

25 Nov 2006. The Mozart Festival Orchestra performs two concerts of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts best-loved works at Dublins National Concert Hall. Dressed in full 18th-century costume and playing by cand...
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Sundays at Noon concerts.

22 Oct-26 Nov 2006. The Hugh Lane Gallery hosts free concerts at noon every Sunday, featuring music of all genres. Composers of new pieces are often present to introduce and discuss their work. Octobe...
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Traditional music and storytelling in Dublin.

28 Aug-2 Sept 2006. The Gaiety Theatre hosts six evenings of traditional music and story-telling featuring some of the greats of the Irish folk scene hosted by compere Jim McCann. Legends of Folk star...
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RT lunchtime concerts.

6 June-29 Aug 2006. The in-house orchestras of the RT, Irelands national broadcaster, perform lunchtime concerts every Tues at Dublins National Concert Hall throughout the summer. Presented by Liz Nol...
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International Piano Competition.

13-19 May 2006. The preliminary rounds of the AXA International Piano competition take place at the Royal Dublin Society 5-11 May. Twelve successful competitors then go through to the semi-finals at t...
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An evening with Sean Keane.

26 March 2006. The National Concert Hall hosts an evening of music with one of Irelands most popular folk singers, Sean Keane. Born into the Keane family of traditional musicians in Co. Galway, his re...
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Carols by Candlelight.

17 Dec 2005. As part of its many festive season offerings this year, the National Concert Hall in Dublin presents two candle-lit concerts with the Mozart Festival Orchestra in full 18th-century costum...
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Chemical Brothers.

19 Aug 2005. Backed by Sonic Youth, the Chemical Brothers play Marlay Park in Dublin as they tour in support of their new album, Push the Button. The Chemical Brothers, also known as Ed Simons and Tom...

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