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HE HAS been called "the very finest of pianists” by The Guardian, while the Royal Philharmonic Society has praised “the unique magic of his sound combined with a profound musical intelligence”.
GEORGES BIZET'S Les Pecheurs de Perles - aka The Pearl Fishers - featuring one of opera's best known and loved duets, 'Au Fond Du Temple Saint', will be performed in New York's Metropolitan Opera.
OPERA THEATRE Company comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 23 at 8pm, with an exciting double bill of short works, Poulenc’s The Human Voice and Wolf Ferrari’s Susanna’s Secret.
RICHARD WAGNER has often suffered from bad press, what with Adolf Hitler being a big fan and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche such a stern critic, but the quality of his music continues to enrapture audiences.
TARA ERRAUGHT, the much acclaimed mezzo soprano, will perform songs by Dvorak, Brahms, Wolf, Copland, Mahler, and Britten, in NUI Galway's Aula Maxima on Wednesday November 4 at 8pm.
TWO WORKS by Shakespeare - one by the man himself, another an operatic adaptation by Giuseppe Verdi, being performed in different countries - one in England, the other in the USA, will both be shown at The Eye Cinema.
IL TROVATORE, Verdi’s popular Spanish opera, will open New York's Metropolitan Opera House 2015/2016 season and it will also be screened live, via satellite, to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, this Saturday.
Following her recent two month summer tour in China as lead vocalist with Riverdance's new production, Heartbeat of Home, Lucia Evans will be returning to Galway to give private, one-on-one, lessons at her vocal studio.
THE MYTH of Orpheus, retold through the songs and instrumental music of Elizabethan and Jacobean England, is the stuff of Orfea Britannica, a concert in the Galway Cathedral on Thursday August 6 at 8pm.
PUCCINI'S LA Bohème, one of opera's greatest romances is being staged by Britain's Royal Opera, and Galway will be able to see it when it is broadcast live to the IMC Galway Cinema on Wednesday June 10 at 7.15pm.