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LONDON’S CALLINO Quartet will perform Schubert’s masterpiece, the Octet in F major D803, at St Mary’s Church of Ireland Cathedral in Tuam as part of this year’s Galway Arts Festival.
“THOUGH EVERYTHING else may appear shallow and repulsive, even the smallest task in music is so absorbing, and carries us so far away from town, country, earth, and all worldly things, that it is truly a blessed gift of God.”
MUSIC FOR Galway presents a trusty antidote to the darkness and cold of January in the form of a heart-warming weekend of great chamber music running from Friday January 21 to Sunday 23 at the Town Hall Theatre.
PIANIST BARRY Douglas, illusionist Keith Barry, comedian Des Bishop, singer Johnny McEvoy, and classic plays by Tennessee Williams, Brian Friel, and Shakespeare all feature in the Town Hall’s programme over the coming months.
It was inspired by a farcical concert, it got up and running thanks to a whip round in a living room, and was sustained by much perspiration from its members during economically depressed times.
MUSIC FOR Galway, which has been bringing the very best classical music performers to the city since 1980, will celebrate its 30th birthday this year.
Roscommon Arts Centre and Music Network are delighted to announce a concert by The Callino Quartet on Wednesday April 8, at 8pm in Castlecoote House, Roscommon. The quartet will perform Joseph Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of the Saviour on the Cross.