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Sundays in the Studio – 2 April

Using video, images and recordings, Michael Murphy brings into sharp focus the emotions and ideas that inspire and inform the works in the Irish Chamber Orchestra’s Spring Season 2017.

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Mozart’s Don Giovanni Overture suggests an impending tragedy, but the music makes an emotional u-turn into something quite magnificent. It counter-balances the powerful close of Mendelssohn’s Reformation Symphony (No. 5), a work written to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation that affords an instructive insight into the composer’s use of Lutheran church music.

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Internationally acclaimed, Thomas Zehetmair is much sought after as a conductor, violinist and chamber musician. His debut with the ICO is eagerly anticipated!

Dvořák‘s much-loved Serenade for Strings, Op. 22 is one of his most popular works. Written during a happy and productive period in his life, is a light and carefree work.

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It’s 60 years since Bernstein’s iconic 1957 West Side Story took the world by storm, producing ten Oscars and a string of established classic hits, including Maria, Somewhere, Tonight and the rousing but brilliant, America.

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