National Concert Hall

A Celebration of the Arts on International Women’s Day

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

To mark International Women’s Day for 2017, the National Concert Hall are hosting a panel discussion, music and lots of debate with leading figures from the arts and media sectors.

•Welcome address by Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.

•Performances by Saint Sister, Crash Ensemble and Anú Productions.

•Panel discussion hosted by Sinéad Gleeson (Journalist), with Anne Clarke (Landmark Productions), Moya Doherty (RTÉ), Louise Lowe (Anú Productions), Mary McCarthy (Culture Ireland), Judith Ring (composer), Eithne Shortall (The Sunday Times).

Please note that there is limited availability on tickets. For further details please contact the NCH Box Office on 01-4170000.

New Music Dublin: Tiny Portraits in Tiny Rooms

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Alice in Wonderland: Advice from a caterpillar

Taking place in the various rooms and spaces inside the National Concert Hall 

Performances featuring pieces by composers: Ivan FedeleOndřej AdámekUnsuk Chin and Kaija Saariaho.

This is a free ticketed event.  Tickets available from the Box Office of the National Concert Hall one hour before the performance start time on the day of the performance

New Music Dublin 2017 is a partnership initiative of RTÉ, the National Concert Hall and The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon


New Music Dublin: Festival Club

Friday, 3 March 2017

Programme to include the world premiere of Streets become Liars by Christopher Mayo.


Location: The Studio at the National Concert Hall.

After the main auditorium concert.  Festival Club open to ticket holders for evening Main Auditorium events.

The Rehearsal

Tuesday, 20 September 2016 to Saturday, 24 September 2016

The Rehearsal by Jimmy Eadie 
 20-24th Sept, National Concert Hall Foyer
 ‘The Rehearsal’ takes recordings from Crash Ensemble rehearsals for Composing The Island -small elements, outtakes, snippets, tuning process, etc, which are processed extensively and then replayed through 10 small speakers [each speaker represents a Crash Ensemble performer] placed in the foyer of the National Concert Hall during the final week of Composing The Island.