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The Chieftains are now recognised for bringing traditional Irish music to the world's attention. They have uncovered the wealth of traditional Irish music that has accumulated over the centuries, making the music their own with a style that is as exhilarating as it is definitive.
Fancy following in the steps of Westlife and Boyzone? The time is ripe for a new boy band to inject energy into the music business, and talented young men from across the Midlands are being sought to try out for this exciting opportunity.
THIS YEAR marks the bicentenary of the death of Joseph Haydn, one of the giants of classical music. To mark this occasion, Galway will hear Haydn’s music performed by The Haydn Trio Eisenstadt.
Ireland’s very own and hugely successful Three Tenors continue to be a major attraction at all venues and festivals all over Ireland and abroad and the show consistently achieves full houses in all leading venues. They come to the Athlone Springs on Friday October 16 for a charity night in aid of St Hilda’s, special needs school, Athlone.
Dutch brass trio De Jongen Driest will take up residency in Galway as part of the Galway Ensemble in Residence’s Autumn School Programme and treat the city to two concerts.
Bryan Adams brings his highly successful solo-acoustic concert tour to Ireland in January for The Bare Bones tour. This intimate concert will come to The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Monday January 18. Tickets are on sale from The Royal Theatre Castlebar on 0818 300 000 or www.theroyal.ie Tickets are priced from €65.70 inclusive of booking fee and limited to six per person/transaction.
“I NEVER meant to push or shove you/ Do you know how much I love you/ No you don’t, but I do/and I wonder if I’m past the point of rescue?”
KELLY’S PROMISES two very diverse acts this Bank Holiday weekend with shows by the outrageous and surreal The Rubberbandits and the acclaimed DJ duo The Nextmen.
AFTER THE Hypnotic Brass Ensemble play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh tonight, the venue will host another of the increasingly popular silent discos.
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.