DAYBREAK WITH EVONNE FERGUSON
Evonne will be up with the early birds to ease you into the weekend with her gentle blend of music from across the centuries, plus regular intervals for news and weather.
Join ecologist, Anja Murray, every Saturday morning at 9.20 for Nature File - a celebratory journey to the lesser known realms of nature in Ireland.
Episode 21 - Feral Goats
Goats were brought in to Ireland thousands of years ago by prehistoric ancestors, now many populations roam freely across rocky uplands. Each August the Puck Fair in Kerry celebrates the symbolism of the goat. This week Nature File looks at the history folklore, ecology, and tradition of Ireland's Feral Goats.
RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 7th August, 7am-10am
MOVIES AND MUSICALS WITH AEDÍN GORMLEY
Music from three Dustin Hoffmann films ahead of his birthday: Tootsie, The Graduate and Midnight Cowboy. A great number from Hamilton sung by Leslie Odom Jr. plus great scores from Bombshell, Call Me by Your Name, On Golden Pond, Anna Karenina and If Beale Street Could Talk, and hit songs from Oklahoma, Carousel, Chicago and Into the Woods.
RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 7th August, 1pm-4pm
OPERA NIGHT WITH PAUL HERRIOTT
Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito with Tara Erraught
La Clemenza di Tito, Mozart's opera about the benevolent Emperor Titus who forgives an assassination attempt, features Joyce DiDonato as Sesto, Rolando Villazón as Tito, Marina Rebeka as Vitellia, Tara Erraught as Annio, Regula Mühlemann as Servilia and Adam Plachetka is Publio. The Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the RIAS Kammerchor is conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin
RTÉ lyric fm, Saturday 7th August, 7pm-10pm
VOX NOSTRA WITH VLAD SMISHKEWYCH
Ornamentation would seem to be part and parcel not only of traditional music but also music from the Renaissance through Baroque periods. What we know as ornamentation is actually a centenary, even millenary tradition-with the distinct disadvantage that the further we go, the harder it is to know what ornamentation was executed. But as far as the 17th century is concerned, we are lucky to have several treatises and documents to help us along, and artists Stephen Devine and Oliver Webber have recently released an album on Resonus Records which shows the beauty and variety in the Italian seicento. On 'Con arte e maestria: Virtuoso violin ornamentation from the Italian Baroque', this duo explores the art of diminution, in which simple melodies were given exquisitely virtuosic embellishments, effectively creating new works. Ornamented creations by Francesco Rognoni, Bovicelli, Ortiz and many others will form the core of this Sunday's programme, which will dip into ornamentation in Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical periods to explore how works have been constantly renewed throughout the history of music by way of ornamentation and embellishment.
RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 8th August, 7am-10am
AEDÍN GORMLEY'S SUNDAY MATINÉE
In our Sunday concert from the Ulster Hall, Belfast, the Ulster Orchestra conducted by Oliver Zeffman play the overture to Prince Igor by Alexander Borodin and Tchaikovsky's Souvenir d'un lieu cher Op. 42. Plus, a selection of recordings from The Fidelio Trio of works by Fauré, Saint-Saens and Philip Glass.
RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 8th August, 1pm-4pm
VESPERTINE WITH ELLEN CRANITCH
A programme for the musically curious. Ellen Cranitch introduces a carefully curated choice of classical, jazz, folk and world music.
RTÉ lyric fm, Sunday 8th August, 10pm-1am
THE FULL SCORE WITH LIZ NOLAN
The Full Score is delighted to broadcast another concert from the Awakening, Limerick Concert Series. Pianist Hugh Tinney and cellist, Christopher Marwood perform a beautiful programme including Debussy and Prokofiev's Sonatas for Cello and Piano. Liz Nolan presents a showcase of unabridged musical masterworks, featuring live recordings of Irish and international performers, plus selections from the latest CD releases.
RTÉ lyric fm, Monday 9th August, 1pm-4pm
NIALL CARROLL’S CLASSICAL DAYTIME
Niall Carroll plays music from the heart of the classical repertoire. At midday each day Niall chooses his Five of a Kind. This week Niall chooses five works by Enrique Granados.
RTÉ lyric fm, Tuesday 10th August, 10am-1pm
MARTY IN THE MORNING
Join the dawn chorus with Marty for your morning wake-up call with music, competitions and news and weather.
In late May, Moya Brennan was Marty's first live guest in over a year. Today in Throwback Thursday she talks to Marty about Clannad at 50, the changes the last year has brought about in her life and Clannad's farewell tour in 2022.
RTÉ lyric fm, Thursday 12th August, 7am-10am
THE FULL SCORE WITH LIZ NOLAN
Today's concert was recorded as part of the Castleconnell Concert Series in Limerick as The Esposito Quartet perform works by Beethoven. Liz Nolan presents a showcase of unabridged musical
masterworks, featuring live recordings of Irish and international performers, plus selections from the latest CD releases.
Beethoven: Quartet in A minor Op.132
Beethoven: Quartet in E minor Op.59 No.2
The Esposito Quartet
RTÉ lyric fm, Thursday 12th August, 1pm-4pm
THE FULL SCORE WITH LIZ NOLAN
The Full Score visits the West Cork Chamber Music Festival as pianist Cédric Tiberghien (photo Simon Perry) performs Beethoven's Diabelli Variations, Op.120. Liz Nolan presents a showcase of unabridged musical masterworks, featuring live recordings of Irish and international performers, plus selections from the latest CD releases.
RTÉ lyric fm, Friday 13th August, 1pm-4pm
THE LYRIC CONCERT WITH PAUL HERRIOTT
Join Paul Herriott as he looks back at a 2019 concert with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Nathalie Stutzmann, in Schumann's third symphony and Daniel Lozakovich performs Bruch's first violin concerto.
Berlioz: La damnation de Faust: Will-o-the-Wisps, Dance of the Sylphs, Rákóczy March
Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1
Schumann: Symphony No. 3 ('Rhenish')
RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra
Nathalie Stutzmann (conductor)
Daniel Lozakovich (violin)
(First broadcast 4th October 2019)
RTÉ lyric fm, Friday 13th August, 7pm-9pm
SOUND OUT WITH IAN MCGLYNN
Louth Contemporary Music Society's 'We Sing for the Future' was a five-day festival of contemporary works by composers from Ireland and around the world. Taking in a range of traditions and perspectives, the online performances featured leading musicians recorded in a range of locations and tonight we'll hear the second of two programmes which includes the world premiere of 'Lenguas de Fuego' (Tongues of Fire) by Kevin Volans composed for string quartet, flute and percussion.
RTÉ lyric fm, Friday 13th August, 9pm-10pm