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ONCE HUNGARY and Austria were among the most powerful countries in Europe - the days of the Viennese court, the Hapsburg family and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Traditional music fans will have been more than happy to hear that a new 21st century De Dannan has been regrouped with founding member Frankie Gavin at the helm.
OVER THE Rainbow, the story of singer Eva Cassidy who died at only 33 from cancer, but whose music has touched millions, is coming to Galway.
AMERICAN MUSIC Club’s Mark Eitzel, “America’s greatest living lyricist” according to The Guardian has just released a new solo album and will play Galway next month.
“THE GREATEST composer who ever lived. I would bare my head and kneel at his grave.” So said no less a composer than Ludwig van Beethoven about the great Georg Friedrich Handel.
THE 2009 Galway Jazz Festival takes place from Thursday November 19 to Sunday 22 and will feature acts from Norway, The US, Germany, Britain, Italy, and Ireland.
THE CHOREOGRAPHER Carol Langstaff of the award winning Flock Dance Company will hold dance classes at the Galway Rowing Club, Woodquay.
JAMES LISNEY, the self-styled “great grand pupil of Chopin”, will visit Galway for a mini-residency during the NUI Galway Muscailt Festival in February.
TUAM TROUBADOUR Noelie McDonnell will launch his new album Come Alive with a special matinee performance/all ages show in the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday at 3pm.
THE HORNS that raised the battlecry for ancient warriors will be played once again at a gala music concert at St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Friday November 13 at 8pm.