Search Results for 'James Galway'

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Phil Coulter to hit the right note in Galway

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Phil Coulter embarks on a nationwide tour this October and November, followed by three Christmas shows in December, to celebrate the release of Echoes of Home his first solo piano album in 25 years.

Eugene O’Brien’s debut play brought to life in Mullingar

Galway’s Decadent Theatre Company are set to bring Eugene O’Brien’s award-winning play Eden to the Mullingar Arts Centre on October 5.

Enjoy a concert of Summer Airs

IT IS the month of May and officially summertime, so why not welcome in the new season at the Summer Airs concert in the Town Hall Theatre on Friday May 14 at 8pm.

Duck Baker leads the line-up at the Linenhall

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Duck Baker, one of the most highly regarded finger style guitarists of his generation, performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday April 20 at 8pm. Born Richard R Baker IV in Richmond, Virginia, ‘Duck’ is unique among jazz guitarists in that his repertoire spans the entire history of music from ragtime through swing to modern masters like Thelonious Monk and Herbie Nichols and into free improvisation. His devotion to American music, also encompasses more traditional forms like blues, gospel, Appalachian music, and its Scots-Irish ancestry. Duck’s extensive discography reflects the diversity and quality of his musical talent, as do collaborations with the likes of bluesmen Charlie Musselwhite and Jerry Ricks, bluegrass’s Tim O'Brien and Dan Crary, traditionalists Ali Anderson and Brian MacNeil, new music icon John Zorn, rock legend JJ Cale, Irish fiddler Kieran Fahy, and guitarists Jamie Findlay, Woody Mann, and Ken Emerson. A chance to see a true original in the flesh. Don’t miss it. Duck Baker performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre on Monday April 20 at 8pm. Booking is advised.

Drama season at the Linenhall

Brian Friel drama on stage

Bagatelle at the Beaten Path

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What a great and outstanding achievement for a band to reach its 30th anniversary and for its music/songs to still be as popular now as they were way back then! Yes, in the eighties Bagatelle had so many great hits. ‘Summer in Dublin’ kickstarted this amazing run of hits; songs that would become household favourites in Ireland and eventually all over the globe.


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