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SINCE WINNING first prize at both Florence's Premio Vittorio Gui and the Melbourne Chamber Music Competition, the Gould Piano Trio has firmly asserted itself as one of the most outstanding piano trios of today and this year is marking its 25th anniversary.
AIMEZ-VOUS Brahms? Music for Galway’s 36th International Concert Season comes to a close with two events, one celebrating Brahms' music, the other looking at his most enigmatic aspect - his love life.
THEY WILL play the piano separately and then, side by side, they will play the piano together, just to show that, not only do 'many hands make light work', but can, if they are the right hands, play wonderful music.
SYBIL FAWLTY may have witheringly dismissed Brahms' Symphony No 3 in F Op 90 as "that racket" when she heard Basil playing a tape of it in Fawlty Towers, but Galway is about to hear why it is anything but.
POPULA MEUS - Oh My People - is the title of this year's Music for Galway concert of reflective music on Good Friday, which will a performance from the Collegium Chamber Choir in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
THE MUSIC of Beethoven, Brahms, and Haydn, will be heard in the Emily Anderson Concert Hall in NUI Galway's Aula Maxima when the Trio Dali and Nathan Braude play the next Music For Galway concert.
THE MUSIC of Beethoven will be heard in re-named Emily Anderson Concert Hall at the Aula Maxima, NUI Galway, when the Ficino Ensemble perform the next Music For Galway concert.
A SUNDAY afternoon with Brahms, and a lunchtime show, also involving Brahms, along with Bach and others, await classical music lovers, with two Music For Galway shows taking place over the coming days.
ALMA DEUTSCHER is no ordinary 11-year-old. She is acclaimed as one of today’s most exciting young composers and pianists, and she joins a long line of classical musicians who have genuine claim to be considered a prodigy.
HE HAS played roles in National Treasure, Game Of Thrones, Blackadder, and Notting Hill, and now British actor Tim McInnerny is coming to Galway to take part in a show about the complex relationship of Brahms with Clara and Robert Schumann.