The last two music concerts of the classic series are not to be missed

The next two concerts in Drogheda’s Classical Music Series feature some of classical music’s finest performers, performing together to elevate Drogheda as a center of excellence in promoting the arts.

n Thursday, April 7and at 7:30 p.m., international pianist Julius Drake is joined by mezzo-soprano Beth Taylor and violist Timothy Ridout in what is sure to be a concert to remember for years to come. Performing tunes and works by Brahms and Schumann, this is an opportunity to hear this beautiful music played as it should be. Regular performers on stages in London, Paris and New York, this will be a very special occasion for the audience at St. Peter’s Church in Ireland, Drogheda.

Closing of the spring series on Saturday, May 14and at 7:30 p.m., Canadian-German cellist Johannes Moser is joined by violinist Vadim Gluzman and pianist Yevgeny Sudbin for a climactic season finale. Performing works by Shostakovich, Schubert and Arvo Pärt, it’s a program that reflects many elements of Shostakovich’s music, from sadness to light-hearted irony and jazz-infused moments.

Both concerts take place at St. Peter’s Church in Ireland.

Tickets are just €20 each and can be purchased in advance through the Droichead Arts Centre. More details are available at www.droghedaclassicalmusic.com

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