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Best Nationalconcerthall podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Nationalconcerthall podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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2019 marks the fifth year of the National Concert Hall’s Music in Mind programme - a participative music programme for people living with mental health concerns such as depression or anxiety. Designed in partnership with Mental Health Ireland, the programme provides 8-week percussion and singing workshops to service users, staff, and friends/family…
 
Nadine O'Regan speaks with composer and arranger David Coulter about interpreting the classic Tom Waits album Swordfishtrombones. David will be re-imagining the 1983 opus as part of the NCH Perspective Series on Tuesday 29th November. Joining him on the night is an impressive team of musicians and special guests - LA singer and performance artist D…
 
Nadine O'Regan speaks with Rough Trade/River Lea Records founder Geoff Travis alongside Cavan singer-songwriter Lisa O'Neill. Lisa will perform as part of the NCH Tradition Now series on Saturday 5th October as part of a lineup curated by Geoff Travis, Tim Chipping and Jeanette Lee. Also on the bill that evening are Ye Vagabonds and Brìghde Chaimbe…
 
Singer-songwriter, rapper, bassist and peerless giant of expression Meshell Ndegeocello talks to Ben Eshmade ahead of her Irish debut on May 29th. The 10-time GRAMMY nominee discusses the inspiration behind her stunning 12th album Ventriloquism; what she looks for in musicians, and the importance of artistic experiences in shaping the person she ha…
 
Nadine O'Regan talks to Rose McGowan ahead of her appearance at the National Concert Hall. Actress, feminist, whistle-blower, activist and agent of change Rose McGowan talks about her early life, her career and the events that inspired her to write the ground-breaking memoir Brave. Rose and Nadine discuss the origins of the #MeToo movement; how it …
 
Nadine O'Regan interviews Matt Haig ahead of his appearance at the National Concert Hall. Author of Reasons to Stay Alive and Notes on a Nervous Planet, Matt Haig is one of the UK’s leading voices on coping with depression and the impact of modern life on mental health. Primarily known as a novelist, he has collaborated with artists across the boar…
 
Nadine O’Regan interviews Catherine Mayer ahead of her appearance at the National Concert Hall. Writer, activist, speaker, consultant and the co-founder and President of the Women's Equality Party, Mayer is also the author of three books: Amortality: The Pleasures and Perils of Living Agelessly, Charles: The Heart of a King and Attack of the Fifty …
 
Musician and writer Viv Albertine, formerly of The Slits, speaks to journalist and broadcaster Nadine O’Regan in episode 1 of the NCH’s new WORDS+IDEAS Podcast. The series takes an in-depth look at the lives and careers of some of the guests who will appear in the WORDS+IDEAS talks series hosted at the National Concert Hall. Viv Albertine comes to …
 
Britain’s most important post-minimalist composer, Gavin Bryars, speaks to Ben Eshmade about his career and works that have impacted the musical landscape profoundly. Reflecting on his best-known works (Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet, The Sinking of the Titanic) and explaining the inspiration behind some of his more recent works (Winestead, The N…
 
Sorcha Kenny talks to the NCH's Head of Programme Planning Gary Sheehan about the thinking behind the new Perspectives Series. The podcast includes interviews with Lisa Hannigan, Chris Thile of Punch Brothers, Gavin Bryars, Meshell Ndegeocello and Philip Glass. Perspectives opens on October 6th and 7th with a collaboration between Lisa Hannigan and…
 
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