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THE VATICAN once declared that the saxophone “gave reasonable concern for scandal”, but a concert coming to Galway will show the real scandal is how neglected this instrument is by classical composers.
FOUR OF Galway city’s secondary schools will join the Irish Chamber Orchestra for a concert featuring music by Philip Glass and Schubert.
NEXT WEEKEND sees the latest instalment of Music For Galway’s annual midwinter festival. This year’s offering is entitled Intimate Voices and offers a varied musical programme, ranging from the 17th to the 21st century, as well as a unique combination of artistry involving voice, dance, literature, drama, and visual art, as well as two internationally renowned quartets.
INTIMATE VOICES, Music For Galway’s annual January festival, will not only appeal to chamber music fans, but enthusiasts of the visual artists, dance, and jazz.
INTIMATE VOICES, Music For Galway’s annual January festival, promises something quite different, and an unusual and exciting way to start 2012.
THE CHATHAM Saxophone Quartet will perform its debut Galway concert in the Town Hall Theatre Studio on Tuesday September 6 at 1.10pm.
Kilkenny guitarist Michael O’ Toole is bringing his music closer to home this week when he appears at the GB Shaw Theatre in the Visual Link Gallery. This is a unique and intimate environment to enjoy an evening of music for this very special Music Network concert.
Galway’s arts community turned out in force on Monday evening for the official launch of this year’s Galway Arts Festival. Augmenting the large assembly of local festival devotees were visiting artists such as musicians Philip Glass and Richard Hawley, playwright Enda Walsh, and artist Ruth McHugh, all of whom feature in this year’s exciting programme.
If there was ever a time when business was business and the arts were — well, just messing around, enjoying oneself, it’s not now, and it’s certainly not in Galway.
Shannon Murphy and John Hoban at the Linenhall