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The National Concert Hall Announces the Return of Metronome - A Collaborative Series of Emergent Music, New Projects and New Artists this Spring

19 Jan 2024

The National Concert Hall Announces the Return of Metronome

The National Concert Hall Announces the Return of Metronome - A Collaborative Series of Emergent Music, New Projects and New Artists this Spring

Media Release Friday 19 January 10am 

The National Concert Hall is delighted to announce the next series of Metronome concerts, presenting emergent music, new projects and new artists. Working with Homebeat, Matthew Nolan Music and Gash Collective, Metronome sees an eclectic selection of performances take place in the NCH’s Studio space.  

The new series starts on Saturday 27 January when Gash Collective present a show featuring Connemara experimental musician Olan Monk, vocal artist Baptist Goth and multi-instrumentalist Jasmine Wood.  

Homebeat presents three shows in the new series; Belfast electronic music producer and DJ Phil Kieran and vocalist/harpist Méabh McKenna on Saturday 17 February, psych-rocker Elaine Malone and composer RF Chaney on Thursday 21 March and on Thursday 23 May Sudden Wells (the music project of composer and songwriter Michael Gallen) and modernist musician Róis take to The Studio stage.  

Matthew Nolan Music brings Cork indie band I Dreamed I Dream and the next new low to the National Concert Hall on Wednesday 28 February and showcases the talents of multi-genre musician James Makin and singer-songwriter Stewart Agnew on Thursday 9 May.  

  Tickets €15 On Sale Now 10% Discount for Friends of NCH    ENDS      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) 

ABOUT THE NATIONAL CONCERT HALL          

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.    

 

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