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Nils Frahm for NCH Perspectives curated Music For Dublin weekender

Nils Frahm for NCH Perspectives curated Music For Dublin weekender

Nils Frahm

Nils Frahm is among the announcements for the National Concert Hall’s Perspectives series 2024.

The German composer and pianist leads the programme for the series which will also feature Katia & Marielle Labeque premiering their Philip Glass’ Cocteau Trilogy, the jazz singe Samara Joy and Derry pianist Ruth McGinley.

Frahm plays two nights next July on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th. It will also feature a curated lineup across the weekend under the name Music For Dublin, “where he will curate a weekend of music by artists he admires”.

It will be part of a worldwide tour in which each show is dedicated to each city, Nils presents to Dublin brand-new material that moves between the worlds of experimental, neo-classical, ambient and electronica.

Tickets are priced €29, €39, €49 for Nils nights.

Tickets for the programme are on sale Wednesday November 22nd at 10am from

See Also

National Concert Hall Perspectives Series 2024
Samara Joy – Saturday 20 April 8pm €22, €27, €32
Ruth McGinley – Thursday 2 May 8.30pm €15
Katia and Marielle Labèque Cocteau Trilogy Saturday 15 June 8pm €29.50, €37.50, €45
Nils Frahm Music for Dublin – Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July 8pm €29, €39, €49

As previously announced, Perspectives also welcomes the pioneering group Kronos Quartet on Sunday 27 May as part of their 50th anniversary Five Decades tour.

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