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Music & Musings with ConTempo

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MUSIC & MUSINGS is a new series of short concerts at the Black Gate Cultural Centre, featuring the ConTempo Quartet with emerging and established composers from Ireland, as well as guest artists.

Nosferatu - creeping onto a screen in Galway

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THE ORIGINAL Dracula film, the first cinematic interpretation of Bram Stoker's novel, and one of the greatest horror films of all time - Nosferatu - will be screened in Galway - accompanied by a live soundtrack from the ConTempo Quartet.

Sibéal Ní Chasaide is headline act in Moy Singers Christmas Concert

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Sibéal Ní Chasaide will join The Moy Singers as the special guest for their Christmas concert on Friday, December 1, in the Great National Hotel, Ballina. Mary Ruane Brogan, chairperson of the Moy Singers, said: “We are so honoured and excited to be welcoming such a high profile guest to Ballina for our annual Carols by Candlelight Christmas Concert.”

Architecture at the Edge festival programme announced

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Architecture at the Edge, a new festival designed to help citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, has launched its inaugural programme. The festival, which runs from September 29 to October 1 throughout County Galway and into County Mayo includes expert-led guided tours, talks, workshops and exhibitions and will offer audiences a unique opportunity to explore homes, buildings and spaces that are not usually open to the public.

A little classical music for Culture Night

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THE CONTEMPO Quartet will give four free concerts around the city to mark Culture Night, which takes place on Friday, while later this month, they will also present a cross-genre collaboration with Galway-based artists in NUIG.

Architecture at the Edge festival programme announced

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Architecture at the Edge, a new festival designed to help citizens understand the many ways architecture impacts our lives, has launched its inaugural programme. The festival, which runs from September 29 to October 1 throughout County Galway and into County Mayo includes expert-led guided tours, talks, workshops and exhibitions and will offer audiences a unique opportunity to explore homes, buildings and spaces that are not usually open to the public.

Galway Music Residency announces five-year partnership with NUI Galway

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The Galway Music Residency has announced a five-year partnership with NUI Galway, with the university becoming its education partner. The partnership will give Galway Music Residency an important role in the provision of expertise in the field of music to staff and students at the university, through collaboration on academic programmes and performances.

Vampires, concerts, and classes from Galway Music Residency

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This Sunday August 27, Galway Music Residency formally launches its September-December programme and it is a season that packs in talks, workshops, free lunchtime concerts in St Nicholas’s, and a Halloween screening of classic vampire film Nosferatu with a live score from ConTempo, among other attractions.

Invoke the imagination and provoke the senses at the Clifden Arts Festival

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Clifden Community Arts Festival began its 40-year life in Clifden Community School in 1977 and the arts in education has been the central ethos of the festival ever since. With the opening of a new community school in Clifden this year, the festival which takes place from September 13-24 2017, will be part of this new and exciting beginning for the town. The festival celebrates the arts for the children of Clifden Community School, Scoil Mhuire, Claddaghduff, Cleggan and Cashel and Ballyconnelly National school, helping to develop artistic and social skills, and provide an outlet for self-expression and development.

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.

 

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