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The Journal of Music 3h
Looking for a new position in music? Take a look at the latest jobs and opportunities on The Journal of Music, updated daily:
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Belltable 3h
Tara Breen, , Josephine Marsh & , four leading traditional musicians, will play together at Belltable on Wed, 18th Sep. Find out more about 2019/2020 national tour in this article.
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The Journal of Music 4h
Music Generation Louth are hiring!
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The Journal of Music 16h
ICYMI: New Work by Josephine Marsh, Alex Petcu and Brian Bolger in Upcoming Music Network Tours.
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The Journal of Music 17h
Tomorrow, as part of Cork Midsummer Festival, Sō Percussion will perform the European premiere of Donnacha Dennehy’s ‘Broken Unison’. Last week Dennehy spoke to The Journal of Music about his music and what drives his work:
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The Journal of Music 20h
Damon Albarn will present a new audio-visual work inspired by his time in Iceland, as part of the National Concert Hall's 2019/2020 Programme. View the full programme here:
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Liam O’Connor Appointed Director of the Irish Traditional Music Archive | The Journal of Music: News, Reviews & Opinion | Music Jobs & Opportunities
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The Journal of Music 24h
// Concert Planner: 17–23 June 2019 // This week's concerts from Monday to Sunday. To have your concert included next week (24–30 June), please add it to our listings.
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The Journal of Music Jun 17
Today's jobs and opportunities include openings with Music Generation Louth, London Symphony Orchestra and Universal Music Group in LA:
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The Journal of Music Jun 16
Music Generation South Dublin are hiring:
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Joshua Burnside singing ‘Red and White Blues’
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Sinead O’Shea, Lyndon Stephens, Stephen McAuley, Eoin O’Callaghan and Joshua Burnside discussing the role music plays in our lives at ‘The Given Note’
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Alfi finishing up the first half of ‘The Given Note’ with the song ‘Drink’, from their new EP launched last week
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Discussing Belfast’s bid to be a Unesco City of Music by 2023
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Fiachra Meek from Alfi telling about his ancestor Henry Joy McCracken who helped organise the Belfast Harp Festival in 1792
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Ray Giffen from and Charlotte Dryden from discussing changing local music and arts scene in Belfast
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Philip King discussing the origins of – now in its 17th year.
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
Alfi opening up the afternoon session of music and discussion, ‘The Given Note’
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
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The Journal of Music Jun 15
West Cork Chamber Music Festival is taking place from 28 June to7 July and will feature up to six concerts and four masterclasses each day, a series of fringe events, talks and interviews:
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