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National Concert Hall

The National Concert Hall fondly referred to as the (NCH) is located on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin, close to St Stephens Green and is the principal national venue for classical music concerts in Ireland. Due to its central location, lunchtime concerts and recitals are common practice. The resident Orchestra is the RTE National Symphony Orchestra.

Upcoming Shows 2016

Date Show/Event
23 MAY  Music Without Borders
24 MAY  ESB LIVE: Paul Brady
27 MAY  RTE National Symphony Orchestra
28 MAY Madame Butterfly
29 MAY Perspectives: Max Richter Ensemble
31 MAY  Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra
1 JUN Stars & Stripes
2 JUN  Northern Lights Gala Concert
3 JUN  The Tree of Life
7 JUN  The New Lands
8 JUN Waltons World Masters
9 JUN  Hibernian Orchestra 35 Years
10 JUN  Symphonic Rock with the RTE NSO
11 JUN  RTE CO Signature Series: Hayley Westenra
16 JUN  A Celebration of Irish Music
17 JUN  Viennese Favourites with the RTE NSO
18 JUN  GAZE Gala Concert
19 JUN  Brendan Shine and His Musicians
22-23 JUN  Starboard Home
24 JUN  RTE Lyric FM Top Orchestral Hits with RTE NSO
25-26 JUN  One Enchanted Evening
28 JUN  Popcorn Not Included
1 JUL  Movie Classics with the RTE NSO
4 JUL  Melody Gardot
7 JUL  Once More From the Top
8 JUL  RTE NSO Old-time Sing-a-long
15 JUL  Camille O'Sullivan with the RTE NSO
20 JUL  Rufus Wainwright
22 JUL  RTE NSO Opera Gala
24 JUL  NYOI Summer Proms
27 JUL  Tommy Emmanuel
31 JUL  The Irish Youth Guitar Orchestra
8 AUG  Visions of Floyd
19 AUG  RTE CO: The Ultimate Tribute to Rodgers and Hammerstein
20 AUG  Elvis: A Tribue to the King
22 AUG  The Great Romantics
26 AUG  RTE CO: Singin' in the Rain
27 AUG  Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
31 AUG  Eric Bogle
3 SEPT  Albert Hammond in Concert
10 SEPT  The Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britain
13 SEPT  And I Love You So...The Perry Como Story
17 SEPT  Festival of Welsh Choral Music
18 SEPT  Jimmy Webb - Still on the Line
22-27 SEPT  Colm Wilkinson
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