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Principal conductor JoAnn Falletta on new trends, taking risks and 'providing for the community'
Browse the full running order and register to attend a variety of discussions at the Oh Yeah Music Centre and Ulster Hall Group Space
The singer has a new album and headline slot at Belfast Music Week to look forward to. 'Things couldn't be better'
Project co-ordinator Rory Donaghy on the Nerve Centre's community recording project for UK City of Culture
With performances from no less than 12 of Belfast's most exciting new acts, the Belfast Music Week Showcase will be an unmissable highlight of Belfast Music Week at the Limelight Complex on November 14
Frontman Mike Mormecha looks forward to launching second album The Difference Between during Belfast Music Week, writes Chris Jones
The Distortion Project announce details of heavy metal showcase concert during Belfast Music Week
Open application for the legendary singer's Freedom of the City concert begins Tuesday, November 22
Ahead of Belfast Music Week, Heather McGarrigle learns more about the Oh Yeah Music Centre’s talent development programme
Singer-songwriter Mark McCambridge can finally see the wood for the trees after years spent performing with other bands, writes Chris Jones
Oh Yeah Music Centre announce details of their inaugural music prize, which will be revealed during Belfast Music Week
The closing concert of Belfast Music Week 2013 celebrates the late Nobel Laureate
Aged 62, the guitarist and singer finally releases his debut album. 'I'm glad I did it'
Acclaimed DJ John Digweed will play the Ulster Hall on November 16 during Belfast Music Week
With a record contract and debut album in the can, the X Factor graduate's hard work is beginning to pay off
Demand shifts Van Morrison’s Freedom of the City gig from the Ulster Hall to Belfast Waterfront during Belfast Music Week
The legendary folk singer and activist hopes to uncover some familial history when she performs in The MAC on October 3
The synth rockers caught our attention with debut single 'Voices'. Now if they can just find a decent rehearsal space...
Fighting With Wire frontman Cahir O'Doherty on co-curating the one-day music festival in Derry~Londonderry on September 28
The new government-backed music business support programme launches in Derry~Londonderry
The week-long series of events returns from November 11 – 17, featuring a concert from Van Morrison and more
Emmet Doherty's ensemble of amateur singers is set for the Millennium Forum on September 8
The all-girl post-punk group on dodgy sound engineers, touring Scotland and making radio playlists wtih 'Lemons and Wine'
John Peel's son curates a series of concerts at The MAC this September. 'The music of Belfast has always been in our family'
With the thrash metal renaissance in full swing, Philly Byrne and co release of their fourth album, writes Chris Jones
Listen to 73-year-old Kathleen Tracey singing 'Noreen Bawn' after a visit to the Nerve Centre in Derry~Londonderry
Belfast to host one of four scheduled concerts on September 26, when Guinness & Co celebrate Irish creativity
Now in its 15th year, Jim Heaney's roots and Americana club is spreading the gospel by venturing out of Belfast
Belfast-based digital record label release free EP by Russian hip-hop producer Feyorz
After a six-year hiatus, the hugely influential post-hardcore band from Derry~Londonderry are back with a new album, Don't Try, writes Chris Jones
One of the UK's most prestigious orchestras begin ten-day residency in the City of Culture
The singer-songwriter on comparisons with Soak, performing at the final Glasgowbury and hiding behind a stage name
Celtic funk maestros The Olllman kickstart Eamon Murray's experimental concert series at The MAC
Applications now open for all courses and tickets available for concerts at the North West Regional College
The Kearney brothers from Warrenpoint like to play music in public for fun. Watch video of performances in Belfast and Derry~Londonderry
Northern Ireland's only lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered choir prepare to perform at the Belfast Pride Festival
Glasgowbury music festival founder on receiving Michael Eavis' blessing and welcoming City of Culture
The classical music event returns to Titanic Slipways in September featuring the Ulster Orchestra
Some of Ireland's finest traditional musicians travel to Derry~Londonderry for a taster session at Music City!
Composer Brian Irvine and jazz musician Sid Peacock enlist flute bands for Music City! concert in Derry~Londonderry
English folk duo secure a spot at the Music City! festival in Derry~Londonderry on June 21
The singer-songwriter offers up some tips, focusing on 'The Road to Fivemiletown' from his latest album Sing Under the Bridges
The folk, roots and Americana festival celebrates 15 years of authentic performance in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter
Stevie Scullion maintains the momentum of a busy year with a songwriting seminar at the Belfast Book Festival
Graeme Stewart on learning about the history of Derry~Londonderry, involving local musicians and bringing out the lutes
Watch highlights from the three-day musical extravaganza in Ebrington, Derry~Londonderry
Stephen Catherwood on singing on the streets of Belfast, shooting the breeze with the locals, and his enduring fear of the stage
Friends of Portaferry Presbyterian Church have successfully re-imagined the classical building as an arts venue
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin and Musicians Without Borders collaborate on Derry~Londonderry music festival from May 16 – 19
Snow Patrol join Kings of Leon at the annual music festival at Boucher Road Playing Fields, Belfast in August
Amateur singers, dancers and entertainers are invited to enter UK City of Culture 2013 talent competition
Bruno Mars, Biffy Clyro and Calvin Harris to headline BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2013 in Derry~Londonderry.
The renowned jazz pianist prepares to tinkle the ivories at the City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival this Saturday
Belfast City Council's Development Committee give the week-long music event the go-ahead for November 2013
The singer-songwriter from County Down continues with his studies despite preparing to release EP number three, If You're Goin' That Way, in June
Listen to a podcast interview with the legendary Fermanagh-born guitarist and former member of Mama's Boys
Braid Arts Centre welcomes George Fenton as part of the Ballymena Arts Festival
Watch video from the launch and browse the full programme of events taking place from May 2 – 6
After releasing their debut album, Years Ago in Our Backyard, in 2012, singer/guitarist Stephen Macartney reveals how album number two might shape up
Steve Simms draws on 30 years' experience in the rock and metal scene to help emerging acts achieve success