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Finlay Programme: SIX SELECTED!‎

Last December, following the exceptional standard of the participants and in an unusual move, six ‎talented young pianists were selected to take part in the next William Finlay Programme for Gifted ‎Young Pianists 2017-2018.‎ Breaking with tradition since the foundation of the programme in 2010, where four promising ‎pianists have been chosen for each Competition

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TWO PIANO RECITAL, NCH FRIENDS’ GALA IN AID OF DIPC

What has 176 keys, six pedals, twenty fingers and two minds? The answer, of course, is a two piano recital. Dublin music lovers will have a rare opportunity to enjoy such a special concert, featuring two of Ireland’s most respected and distinguished performers, Veronica McSwiney and John O’Conor, who will come together to provide a

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The William Finlay Programme for Gifted Young Pianists

Ireland’s outstanding young pianists are a source of great excitement and potential, displaying the talent, motivation and ability to enter a high level career in music. However, standards rise quickly and the DIPC aims to offer our most gifted pianists and their teachers a supportive programme that maximises their abilities and their potential. A gifted

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Nathalia Milstein at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall

2015 First Prize Winner Nathalia Milstein March 21, 2016, 7:30pm Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall Tickets: $20. Students and Seniors: $15 (Box Office only). Available at CarnegieCharge 212.247.7800, www.carnegiehall.org or at the Box Office; 57th Street and 7th Avenue About Nathalia Milstein

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VICTOR RETURNS FOR SOLO PERFORMANCE

20 year old French pianist, Nathalia Milstein became the first ever female winner of the Dublin International Piano Competition when she scooped first prize in 2015. Nathalia returns for her Dublin debut recital at the National Concert Hall on February 17th at 8pm This glittering rising international star’s programme will include Schumann’s charming and graceful

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