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BRAHMS' ROMANTIC, tuneful, and sweetly melancholic clarinet quintet will be heard in NUI Galway's Aula Maxima when ConTempo join forces with French clarinetist Romain Guyot for the next Music For Galway Concert.
SOME OF Johannes Brahms' most iconic pieces of chamber music will be performed by six outstanding musicians as part of the opening concert of a season of music where Brahms is centrestage.
WHEN GEORGE Frideric Handel was writing and casting his play Radamisto in 1720, he intended the title role to be performed by Francesco Bernardi, the singer better known as Senesino. However, when Senesino became unavailable, Handel gave that male role to Margherita Durastanti instead.
CLASSICAL MUSIC goes clubbing next month when opera singer Salome Kammer, the Vogler Quartet, and DJ Cyril Briscoe join forces for a show at the Electric Garden & Theatre on Friday April 8 at 8pm.
LACRIMOSA, A concert of classical music and song to mark Good Friday, will be heard when the Collegium Chamber Choir, tenor Eoin Hynes, and organist David Leigh perform in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, on Friday March 25 at 5pm.
THEY COME from Germany, Australia, and France; they are based in Italy; and they are coming to Galway. They are classical group Trio di Parma, who play the Aula Maxima, NUI Galway, on Tuesday March 8 at 8pm.
MUSIC BY Mozart, as well as the Irish premiere of Jonathan Dove's 'Figures in the Garden', will be performed in Galway by eight leading national and international wind players
THE IRISH debut of Dutch baritone Henk Neven takes place in NUI Galway's Aula Maxima on Thursday February 4 at 8pm, where he will perform songs by Mendelssohn, Schuman, Ibert, and Ravel.
THE NEW year might only be a couple of weeks old but it is already time for Galway’s first festival of 2016, as Music For Galway unveils its annual midwinter festival, which runs from Friday January 22 to Sunday 24th, at the Town Hall Theatre.
IRELAND CAN never get enough of Handel's Messiah, not surprising since this classic work was debuted in this country in 1742, and Galway is in for a performance of this masterpiece next week.