RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra 2010-2011 Season
The Early Evenings and Late Nights


Come to our Early Evening or Late Night concerts and enhance your 8pm concert experience, or come to the Late Night events only and enjoy thirty minutes of great music in the late evening. Seating unreserved at all events.

Featuring leading names from the main season and guest artists including classical accordionist James Crabb, trombonist Christian Lindberg, cellist Pieter Wispelwey and organist Mark Duley.

Early Evening dates
Friday 24 September: Piano Recital with Sophie Cashell
Friday 15 April: Organ Recital with Mark Duley

The Late Night dates
Friday 17 September: Tangos Recital with James Crabb, accordion and RTÉ NSO Principals
Friday 15 October: Piano and Winds Recital with Finghin Collins and RTÉ NSO Principal Winds
Friday 14 January: Trombone Recital with Christian Lindberg
Friday 21 January: Cello Recital with Pieter Wispelwey
Friday 28 January: Piano and Winds Recital with Finghin Collins and RTÉ NSO Principal Winds

Just interested in the Late Nights? Make an evening of the Late Night events. Come in after 8.30pm, and enjoy a drink in the foyer or a bite to eat in the Terrace Café. Great new offers, including tapas and a glass of wine from €10.

Is there a charge? The Early Evening concerts are free to all, with 8pm ticket holders receiving seating priority. The 5 Late Nights are also free for 8pm ticket holders. If you are coming in at 10pm, the Late Nights are just €5 per concert.

One Late Night for free! Come to all 5 concerts, and enjoy 5 for the price of 4. To get your free or paid ticket, contact the NCH box office in advance.

Who you will hear
The Late Nights will feature leading names from the 2010-2011 season and RTÉ NSO musicians in a range of great music from across the centuries up to the present day; music for solo accordion, solo cello, solo trombone and the quintet combination of piano, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn.

What you will hear The sublime uplifting beauty of a Bach solo cello suite performed in single spotlight; magnificent, yet contrasting, Mozart and Beethoven quintets for piano, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn; the street-sounds and tangos of Argentina on classical accordion and, from Christian Lindberg - the virtuoso trombonist of whom the New York Times said, 'You could stick a kazoo in his hands, and he'd sell the concert hall out' - the spectacular Bombay Bay Barracuda for trombone and DVD and the theatrical A Short Ride on a Motorbike.

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