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Composer: Ireland, John (1879-1962)

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Year of birth1879
Year of death1962
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Period20th century
June 2018
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Matinee performance
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Port ErinMichael Collins and Michael McHale

Michael Collins and Michael McHale
Finzi, Ireland, Arnold, Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Poulenc
Michael Collins; Michael McHale

LondonGathering Storm Clouds

Gathering Storm Clouds
Gurney, Ireland, Vaughan Williams, Delius, Bridge
Mark Bebbington; Rebeca Omordia; Irene Loh

LondonFarewell to Arms

Farewell to Arms
Howells, Gurney, Ireland, Finzi, MacMillan
Richard Robbins; Guy Murgatroyd; Unknown

HerefordOpening Night

Opening Night
Ireland, Smyth
Philharmonia Orchestra; Geraint Bowen; Eleanor Dennis; Madeleine Shaw; Paul Nilon; Neal Davies

HerefordGould Piano Trio

© c Chris Stock
Ireland, Watkins, Messiaen
Robert Plane; Gould Piano Trio
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English jewels in the European crown

Mark Bebbington © Rama Knight
A delectable programme from Barry Wordsworth and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with pieces by Elgar and Vaughan Williams and a rare chance to hear John Ireland’s eclectic Piano Concerto.
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British Classics with a difference

Roderick Williams © Benjamin Ealovega
A pleasant afternoon's entertainment with grand sweeps and some beautiful singing by Roderick Williams.
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Leeds Lieder's Songs of the Sea leaves audience buoyant

Roderick Williams © Benjamin Ealovega
Songs of the Sea, the opening concert of the Leeds Lieder Festival, leaves the audience in a happy and buoyant mood.
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Echoes of a Mountain Song in Manchester

Sir Thomas Allen © Sussie Ahlburg
Wednesday night saw the masterful rendition of British songs, by the legendary baritone at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall, part of the ‘Echoes of a Mountain Song’ series. 
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Eclectic Anglo-Japanese programme from Anna Hashimoto

© Anne Hashimoto
Hashimoto is clearly a brilliant technician, but often felt overly cautious in this St John's Smith Square programme.
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