Thursday, 20th September 2018
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Young Artist Series

Project Music Management and House of Waterford Crystal present Katarina Nazarova on Violin as part of the Young Artist Series. This is the second event of its kind here, and follows on from the tremendously successful Tony Yun piano recital recently. Katerina, originally from Tasmania, now lives in London, and is well know on the music scene there. She will be joined by her accompanist, in what will be a wonderful Soiree in the beautiful surrounds of the House of Waterford Crystal. As we continue to develop and grow this series, along with our tremendous partners and House of Waterford Crystal, we are exited by its progress to date, and are inspired to bring more of such innovative and positive events to the City.

The evening starts at 7.15pm, where attendees will be treated to a welcome glass of wine on arrival. The main event begins at 8.00pm, and will deliver what Project Music Management promises. This Event is SOLD OUT, but more information on future events can be gotten by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Watch out for our next Soiree in November, the Messiah in Waterford and Kilkenny in December, Christmas in Benildus 2 and a charity evening in the Edmund Rice Chapel.

This event would not be possible without the support of our partners Waterford Castle, Auto Boland, Grow Your Own, Keller and Son Solicitors, McDonald Dwyer Reddy and Byrne Insurance, and The RE/MAX Ireland. Engaging the business community in the City is a core ingredient of how Project Music Management plans to progress. This positive engagement will allow music and the arts to grow further in the City, and allow us access the very best international, national and local musicians, offering opportunities to all.

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