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After the huge success of Coda at Castlebar Christ Church, Greenroom Bookings is bringing another exciting night of music with one of Ireland's most innovative and exciting bands in Kíla. This is sure to be one of the best nights of music that Castlebar has seen and heard in a long number of years. This amazing venue is without doubt the perfect setting for one of the nations greatest exports, with the high ceilings and beautiful decor it is a match made in heaven. The acoustics that come from this amazing church are like no other and the intimate setting of these gigs with the seating and band so close together makes for an amazing atmosphere.
The Mick Lally Theatre on Druid Lane, just off Quay Street, is a state of the art venue available for hire for private and public events. The building is one of Galway’s best -kept secrets and if its walls could talk, they’d have a fair amount of history to divulge.
THE PIANIST Izumi Kimura will be joined by the percussionist Gerry Hemingway for a concert of jazz, avant garde, and improvisational music entitled 'Thought Bubbles'.
ANTAL, THE Amsterdam DJ of the moment will be spinning the decks at the Shivers clubnight in the Electric Garden and Theatre, Abbeygate Street, for a three hour set tomorrow from 11pm.
CONSIDERED ONE of Norway's most prominent and influential contemporary musicians and composers, Christian Wallumrød is a solo artist, band leader, and diverse collaborator, who plays Galway this weekend as part of the Galway Jazz Festival.
"I DON'T know much about classic music," Sandy Bates, Woody Allen's character in Stardust Memories noted. "For years I thought the Goldberg Variations were something Mr and Mrs Goldberg tried on their wedding night."
A PIANO treated with bolts, but also plastic, rubber and a pencil eraser will be played in Druid's Mick Lally Theatre for one of the most 'out there' and experimental shows of the Galway Jazz Festival.
MICHAEL MCHALE, the Irish classical pianist, who playing has been described as "delicately graded and infallibly clear" by The Irish Times and filled with "lucidity and elegance" by The Daily Telegraph, will play two shows in County Galway.
GALWAY'S INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed chamber choir Cois Cladaigh, and the Galway Jazz Festival Ensemble, join forces for a concert in advance of the jazz festival which runs from October 6 to 9.
THE GALWAY Jazz Festival, described by The Irish Times as “a boutique festival with a big heart and growing international credibility”, returns from October 7 to 9 with three full days of music spread across the city.