The National Concert Hall has released it’s 1019/20 programme, the first since announcing it’s partnership with Davy.
Writing in the programme introduction CEO Simon Taylor speaks of “Music as the raison d’etre for the National Concert Hall and our programme and our audiences are at the heart of what we do.
The International Concert series gets underway in September and will run to Tuesday, June 2nd with a closing performance by the renowned Hallé Orchestra conducted by Mark Elder.
There is imagination in the Perspectives series with a Tom Waits themed Swordfishtrombones Revisited show from David Coulter in October, coming straight off the back of a two-night residency from Philip Glass and a performance by Damon Albarn in May 2020.
It’s not all about music either with Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s tale appearing in November.
The printed programme itself is something of a work of art running to 108 pages.
Towards the back, it lists the principal funding partners and corporate supporters of the Concert Hall.
They include Davy as Innovation Partner, The Irish Times as Media Partner, Dublin City Council and the Arts Council as Cultural partners, Skoda, ING and Aercap as Diamond partners and Arthur Cox and IPUT as Platinum level.
The Government through Creative Ireland and the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht are listed as the Principal Funders and Partners.
Take a look at the programme by clicking on the image below.
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