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IN PERSON shows, online events, festivals, and concerts - after a long absence, it is all happening once again at the Town Hall Theatre.
GALWAY SOPRANO Aimee Banks, has become the youngest Eimear Noonan Music Bursary Awards recipient for 2020-21, at eighteen years of age.
Aimee Banks, the acclaimed soprano and one of Galway’s finest voices, will give a concert to raise funds for a Galwayman who needs to travel abroad to receive life saving treatment for colorectal cancer.
Aimee Banks, the acclaimed soprano and one of Galway's finest voices, will give a concert to raise funds for a Galwayman who needs to travel abroad to receive life saving treatment for colorectal cancer.
AIMEE BANKS, the 15-year-old soprano who shot to fame representing Ireland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Bulgaria, will give a concert at the Augustinian Church as part of the 2017 Galway Fringe Festival.
AIMEE BANKS, the 14-year-old soprano who burst on to the international scene last year after representing Ireland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, will give her debut Irish concert in Galway.
THE THREE Tenors, the much loved light classical trio of Ray O’Hare, Dominic McGorian, and Derek Moloney, will sing from the altar of the Galway Cathedral on Friday December 18 at 8pm.
This year, for the first time, Ireland will be competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Sofia on Saturday November 21. Representing Ireland is Aimee Banks, a 13-year old from Moycullen, who will be singing ‘Réalta na Mara’/‘Star of the Sea’, a song which she co-wrote and composed.
AIMEE BANKS, a 13-year-old from Moycullen, has made the Irish final of Junior Eurovision 2016, winning the televised heat on Sunday of the song contest, which is being broadcast on TG4.