Irish music academy Music Academy will feature a series of songs inspired by Irish culture and history.
The show, which runs until December 1, will feature music from a range of sources including the BBC and the Irish National Symphony Orchestra.
The programme will be the first of a number of events this year, and will take place at the National Arts Centre in Dublin from November 30 to December 5.
“We’re thrilled to bring this exciting new musical journey together with Irish people from all over the country,” Music Academy director and chief executive Peter McGarry said.
“It will be an amazing opportunity for Irish audiences to engage with music of their own and discover how Irish music has inspired the lives of millions of people.”
Music Academy and other musical events have been held at the Arts Centre for decades, with the Irish music programme featuring a selection of concerts and other performances by Irish musicians.
The National Symphony, in which Irish musicians perform, has also staged several special concerts in recent years, including one in 2015 which included Irish soloists Noel Reid, John Deere and Tom McNeish.