The loves of my life: David Brophy, conductor
Published 14/12/2015 | 02:30
Gadgets and accessories don't feature on the conductors list although he does admit to being self-centred.
Anyone who can make me laugh.
Too many to recall now. The most recent fond memory is conducting the Atlanta Symphony and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestras last December in America
The moment of the day
There are thousands - today, it's The Nurse by The White Stripes
Emmet from The Lego Movie
A book called Fooled by Randomness by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
I don't think I have any . . .
Boot-runners, jeans and a T-shirt
I'd rather do without any
The pet hate
I love all my friends!
The beauty product
They don't work on me!
Anywhere in the sun
The piece of advice
"Melodious is the closed mouth" (received from my granddad)
Currans, An Daingean
The part of my body
What a strange question!
It's not for me to say
Like many conductors, I tend to be self-centred
David Brophy conducts the RTE National Symphony Orchestra's New Year Celebration concerts with star soprano Claudia Boyle in Dublin (Friday, January 1, National Concert Hall) and Wexford (Saturday, January 2, National Opera House); and the RTE National Symphony Orchestra's St Patrick's Day Celebration with uilleann piper Liam O'Flynn (Thursday, March 17, National Concert Hall) See rte.ie/nso
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