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A Christmas concert for all the family will take place at the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar, on Sunday, November 25 next at 7pm when the classic and much-loved Handel's Messiah will be staged in a two-hour musical spectacular.
In December 1983, a group of singers under the direction of Audrey Corbett staged a performance of Handel’s Messiah to a packed audience. The success of this concert led to the foundation of a permanent choir - the Galway Baroque Singers.
CLAUDE DEBUSSY is the starting point of modern music. As music critic Roger Nichols wrote: "If one omits Schoenberg...a list of 20th-century composers influenced by Debussy is practically a list of 20th-century composers tout court."
TWO OPERAS by Giuseppe Verdi - Aida and La Traviata - will be performed as part of The Metropolitan Theatre's new 2018/2019 season, which will be broadcast live to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
TWO SONATAS by Schubert, and Tchaikovsky's 'The Seasons', will be performed in Galway by one of the finest classical musicians to ever come from Ireland - Belfast pianist Barry Douglas.
Sherry FitzGerald brings to the market No 225 Corrib Park, for sale by private treaty. This is a mid-terrace two storey family home located close to a large communal green, playing pitches, and amenity area in the popular development of Corrib Park. Built in the mid 1970s this lovely dwelling has been well maintained and cared for over the years and is presented in good decorative order throughout. Corrib Park is a popular, well located, development close to NUIG, UHG, and Galway city centre.
THE CHAMBER Philharmonia Cologne, one of Germany's finest classical music ensembles, make their annual journey to Galway, to play works by Vivaldi, Handel, Peter Tchaikovsky, and Niccolo Paganini.
THIS YEAR'S line-up at the Heineken Big Top is the biggest in the festival’s 41-year history, with 10 acts taking to the stage over 14 days - one of which is the RTÉ Concert Orchestra for the Festival Proms concert on Saturday July 28.
THAT MONTY Python sketch, with John Cleese as Beethoven, all roars, shouts, irascible temper, and prone to shooting things, may have been closer to the truth than we realise.
BEETHOVEN'S SEVENTH Symphony, referred to by Wagner as "the apotheosis of dance", and which received a new lease of life via its inclusion in the soundtrack to The King's Speech, will be performed in Galway.