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Classical guitarist in concert at Nuns Island

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CLASSICAL GUITAR and Irish trad will combine in the playing of Dublin guitarist John O’Shea, who is in concert at the Nuns Island Theatre this Saturday.

ConTempo lunchtime concert

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THE CONTEMPO Quartet will give a lunchtime concert at the Galway City Library, this Tuesday at 1.10pm.

Galway Gig for Gaza @ Monroe’s Live

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THE GREAT Máirtín O’Connor, acclaimed violinist Cora Venus Lunny, and a host of others will gather in Monroe’s Live tomorrow for the Galway Gig for Gaza.

World-class performers for Westport Festival of Chamber Music

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A starry line-up of international musicians has been confirmed for the second Westport Festival of Chamber Music.

World-class performers for Westport Festival of Chamber Music

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A starry line-up of international musicians has been confirmed for the second Westport Festival of Chamber Music.

Vivaldi, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky

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THE MUSIC of Vivaldi, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky will be heard in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church next month.

Owen Pallet - the indie-pop violinist returns

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THE LAST time Owen Pallet played the Róisín Dubh in 2009, he was operating under the name Final Fantasy. These days he goes under his birth name.

Italian music at Galway Cathedral

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THE TRIO sonatas of Italian composer Arcangelo Corelli will be heard at a concert in the Galway Cathedral this evening.

Owen Pallet - Five Essential Songs Playlist

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OWEN PALLET is a Canadian composer, violinist, keyboardist, and vocalist, who came to prominence initially under the moniker Final Fantasy, with his breakout second album He Poos Clouds winning the 2006 Polaris Music Prize.

Sir Richard Bonynge to conduct in Galway

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SIR RICHARD Bonynge, one of the greatest of all operatic conductors, playS a fundraising concert on Thursday May 29 in the Augustinian Church.

 

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