2015 Competition Press

Please see below various news stories about the 10th Dublin International Piano Competition, 2015, which appear in print and online.

Television

TV3

Ireland AM

Thursday, 21st May 2015

http://www.tv3.ie/3player/show/184/93784/1/Ireland-AM

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Radio

Morning Ireland

Wednesday, 20th May 2015

http://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/rteradiowebpage.html#!rii=9%3A20783016%3A48%3A20%2D05%2D2015%3A&type=radio

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Online Video

Irish Times

18th May 2015

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Online

Journal.ie

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RTE Ten
News piece on Dublin International Piano Competition
Young international pianists to gather in Dublin – RTÉ Ten
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Independent.ie
Dublin International Piano Competition included in event listings
If you do one thing this week: Picture Perfect – Independent.ie
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RTE Ten
Interview with Fiachra Garvey mentioning his time in the competition

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Final Note Magazine

http://www.finalnotemagazine.com/

 

Print

RTE GUIDE

20 April 2015

Interview with John O’Conor

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Sunday Business Post
10 May 2015
Interview with Ulrich for ‘First Person’ feature
Sunday Business Post Magazine 9th May 2015
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Sunday Independent
10 May 2015
Dublin International Piano Competition included in ‘If you do one thing this week’
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Irish Times
11th May 2015
Interview with John O’Conor
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Irish Examiner
14th May
Interview with Gary Beecher
Irish Examiner 14May 2015 DIPC
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Irish Examiner
15th May
Photograph of Wenting Shi rehearsing for Dublin International Piano Competition.
Irish Examiner 15 May 2015DIPC
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Irish Independent
15th May
Image of Wenting Shi at the RDS ahead of the Dublin International Piano Competition
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Sunday Business Post
16th May
DIPC overview
SBP Magazine 17 May DIPC
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Irish Times
20th May
Michael Dervan
Irish Times 20 May DIPC

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