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NCH Presents Piano Sensation Jamie Duffy in Concert on Tuesday 12 March at 8.30pm

23 Jan 2024

NCH Presents Piano Sensation Jamie Duffy in Concert on Tuesday 12 March at 8.30pm

Jamie Duffy in Concert Tuesday 12 March 8.30pm The Studio, National Concert Hall Tickets €15 (10% Discount for Friends of NCH or Groups of 10 or more) Tickets On Sale: Tuesday 23 January 10am · Box Office Tel: 01 4170000

Media Release Tuesday 23 January 10am 

The National Concert Hall is pleased to announce the Earlsfort Terrace debut of rising star Jamie Duffy, in the intimate surrounds of The Studio, on Tuesday 12 March. The 22-year-old Monaghan musician and songwriter made history with debut track ‘Solas’, which was the most streamed debut song by an Irish artist since Hozier's ‘Take Me To Church’. It has also amassed more than 65 million streams on Spotify. 

Jamie's music seamlessly blends traditional, popular, and classical influences. Other works include ‘Into The West’, his enchanting collaboration with County Mayo cellist Patrick Dexter, the poignant ‘What Am I Here For’ with Waterford’s Moncrieff and ‘Eyrie’ with Swedish neo-classical composer Peter Sandberg, whose work can be heard on the soundtrack to Netflix’s Stranger Things. He also recently worked with Limerick band Kingfishr on a piano version of their debut single ‘Flowers-Fire’. 

Continuing his exploration of diverse musical landscapes, Jamie's single ‘Réalta’ is a rich and uplifting instrumental piano piece, celebrating the enchanting experience of celestial gazing during the small hours amidst the darkness of the Irish countryside. 

Jamie's ascent is remarkable. The official video for ‘Solas’ has soared to over 10 million views, while his TikTok channel boasts more than 191 thousand followers, 5.8 million likes, and ‘Solas’ has been viewed 54.6 million times. 

Don’t miss the chance to see this phenomenal talent. 

Tickets €15  

On Sale Now    

10% Discount for Friends of NCH      

10% Discount for Groups of 10 or more       

Box Office Tel: 01 4170000     



Media Queries: Sinead Doyle, Marketing & PR Manager or Roisin Dwyer, PR & Publications Executive, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2. (S. Doyle Tel: 087 1775334 / R. Dwyer 085 7129628)      




The National Concert Hall (NCH) is Ireland’s national cultural institution for music, proudly serving the Irish public since it opened in 1981 through live music performances and significant educational and cultural programmes. Based in the heart of Dublin’s city centre, next door to the picturesque Iveagh Gardens, the NCH is proud home to our National Symphony Orchestra, as well as providing residence for a range of other music organisations including Chamber Choir Ireland, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Music Network, Crash Ensemble and Music Generation. It is currently planning for a major redevelopment of all facilities as part of the National Development Plan and Project Ireland 2040.