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Tickets have just gone on sale for this year's Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival events.
THIS YEAR has been a good year for Sandra Coffey. Not only did she oversee the successful first running of Galway’s Oscar Wilde Festival, she also released her debut album, Morning Zoo, featuring eight self-penned songs, to considerable acclaim.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the foundation of Eyre Square, and this milestone event in the city’s chief civic space will be marked with an open air concert this Saturday.
Now in its 11th year, The Galway Sessions is looking forward to an exciting June. As part of the event’s ongoing partnership with Stirling in Scotland, from June 11 to 17, the organisers are looking forward to welcoming back the Scots to the streets of Galway. Last year saw record crowds with over 15,000 in attendance, half of whom were from overseas.
THE GALWAY Sessions festival, a celebration of the music of Ireland, Scotland, and America, and the historical, cultural, and ethnic links between the three nations, returns next month.
IRISH TRAD-folk duo, Murray & Falkenau, and their band, will play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, this Sunday at 8pm.
ANNA FALKENAU is from Germany and lives in Galway and across Ireland she has won acclaim for her Irish traditional fiddle playing.
MICK CREHAN has been at the helm of The Crane Bar on Sea Road for a decade and to celebrate this milestone, the venue will host a party running from Thursday to Sunday.
THE CONNECTIONS between Ireland and Scotland run deep, deeper than is often realised. Many are aware there is a similarity between Irish and Scots Gaidhlig, our traditional musics, and the distilling of whiskey, but there is more to it than that.
Áras na nGael in Dominick Street will host a new monthly traditional music session for children and teenagers, hosted by fiddle player and teacher Anna Falkenau.