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News: National Concert Hall presents An Intimate Piano Performance from LAMBCHOP

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17 May 2023

National Concert Hall presents An Intimate Piano Performance from Alt Country Pioneer LAMBCHOP as part their European Tour

Kurt Wagner of Lambchop and Andrew Broder Wednesday 31st January 2024, 8pm Tickets: €27.50, €32 & €37.50 (10% Discount for NCH Friends and Groups of 10+) On Sale: Friday 19th May 2023, 10am Tel: 01-4170000 or

The National Concert Hall is delighted to announce ‘An Intimate Piano Performance from Lambchop’ featuring Kurt Wagner & joined by Minneapolis-based musician and producer Andrew Broder on Wednesday 31st of January 2024, 8pm for a special performance as part of their European Tour. 

Broder has worked with Wagner on Lambchop’s acclaimed albums, The Bible and Showtunes.This rare and special collaboration promises to be a showcase of their talents, stripping down Lambchop’s classic songs to their essence and highlighting their emotional power. Their European Tour promises to be a continuation of their fruitful collaboration with Wagner and Broder pushing each other to new heights of creativity and expression.  

Since Lambchop formed in the late 1980s, the band has released over a dozen critically acclaimed albums on City Slang and Merge Records. Over the years, they have evolved their sound, incorporating elements of soul, jazz, and country into their music. Throughout it all, Kurt Wagner's voice has remained the heart and soul of the band, a powerful and emotive instrument that can convey a world of emotion with just a few well-chosen words. 
Andrew Broder, meanwhile, has carved out his own niche in the music world as a producer, musician, and frontman of the experimental group Fog. With his deep knowledge of music theory and his love of experimentation, Broder has become known for pushing the boundaries of what is possible in music, blending genres and sounds in new and exciting ways. 

Tickets for ‘An Intimate Piano Performance from Lambchop’ at the National Concert Hall on Sale – 19th May at 10am from the NCH Box Office Tel: 01-4170000 or  


Media Queries: Sinead Doyle, Marketing & PR Manager, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2. Tel: 01-4170077 or or Roisin Dwyer, PR & Publications Executive, National Concert Hall 085-7129628 or   

The National Concert Hall (NCH) has an ambition to be one of the world’s great centres for music, a centre which will be a symbol of national pride for Irish people everywhere. But above all, a centre for music which will enable the NCH to best deliver on its statutory remit for music, the arts, for culture and for our nation.           
 Based in the heart of Dublin City Centre, the NCH is Ireland’s National Cultural Institution for music hosting in excess of 1,000 events each year pre-pandemic. World-class music and entertainment for all ages is at the heart of its offering, enriching people’s lives through music and the magic of live performance. It is the proud home to the National Symphony Orchestra, who perform their annual season of symphonic and classical music alongside more popular and lunchtime concerts throughout the year. The NCH is also host to a number of Ireland’s music development bodies including Music Network, Music Generation. Chamber Choir Ireland and NCH Associate Ensembles, Irish Baroque Orchestra and Crash Ensemble, who together with the National Symphony Orchestra secures the National Concert Hall’s position as a national centre for the performance, appreciation and enjoyment of music in Ireland.