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Galway Cathedral Summer Concerts 2018

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THE 25TH Galway Cathedral Recitals international summer concerts begins next week, and to mark the occasion there will be film screenings, vocal performances, brass music, as well as organ recitals.

Galway Cathedral Summer Concerts 2017

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GALWAY CATHEDRAL'S annual international summer concert series returns next month with performances by Paul Kieffer; The Choir of St Paul’s College, Hong Kong; Ansgar Wallenhorst; and an array of Galway talent.

Classical Heaven comes to Castlebar

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Four of Ireland’s finest violinists, Mia Cooper, Katherine Hunka, Ioana Petcu-Colan and Helena Wood perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday, April 24 at 8pm, as part of a Music Network national tour.

Two classical concerts of Brahms and Bach

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A SUNDAY afternoon with Brahms, and a lunchtime show, also involving Brahms, along with Bach and others, await classical music lovers, with two Music For Galway shows taking place over the coming days.

'Whenever I hear Brahms' music I feel spine tinglingly alive'

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SYBIL FAWLTY may not have appreciated the eternal genius of Johannes Brahms, calling his Symphony No 3 "that racket". Thankfully Galway has a better appreciation of the man's music than Basil's "little nest of vipers".

Jazz-classical fusion from Olivia Trummer

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OLIVIA TRUMMER, the acclaimed German jazz musician, will be in concert this Sunday from 7pm in An Taibhdhearc, Middle Street, accompanied by Swiss vibraphonist Jean-Lou Treboux.

Far Flung Trio to play Galway

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THE MUSIC of Bach, Liszt, Kreisler, Piazzola, and Offenbach, as well as Jewish klezmer music, and the songs of Edith Piaf, will be heard when the Far Flung Trio play two shows in County Galway.

Fab fortieth Westport Arts Festival starts next week

The 40th Westport Arts Festival kicks off next Wednesday, September 30, and this year’s festival features an eclectic mix of events for all ages across all art forms. The literary programme for this year’s festival includes the award-winning writer, John Banville, whose novel, The Sea, won the Man Booker Prize. There will also be readings from Donal Ryan, Martin Dyar, Geraldine Mills, and Orfhlaith Foyle. Dr Eimear O’Connor, art historian and author and curator, will give a presentation on Seán Keating and the Art of the Rebellion. The winners of the festival’s Poetry Competition will be announced at a special prize-giving evening of poetry and music in The Creel, featuring writer and singer-songwriter, Orlagh de Bhaldraithe.

 

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