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The response to the Music Generation project in Westmeath has been described by its coordinator as “staggering”.
John O’Shea is quickly establishing himself as one of Ireland’s best young musicians. Having studied for many years with Michael O’Toole at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, John went on to complete his studies with a Masters in Guitar Performance at the USC Thornton School of Music in Los Angeles - one of the world’s leading guitar schools.
It is Mayo all the way as the county’s finest musicians take to the stage in the Holy Rosary Church, Castlebar, next Saturday night April 27 for a special concert to raise funds for Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children Crumlin. Hosted by well known Castlebar business man Walter Donoghue, the concert features the Mayo School of Music Youth Choir, Cill Aodhan Choral Society, and Castlebar born organist Siobhan Kilkelly, a lecturer in piano at the DIT Conservatory of Music in Dublin.
THE CHATHAM Saxophone Quartet will perform its debut Galway concert in the Town Hall Theatre Studio on Tuesday September 6 at 1.10pm.
As part of the renowned Tuam Arts Festival, the town’s St Mary’s Cathedral will play host to a concert entitled ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ on Saturday August 19. Starting at 8pm, the performance will comprise opera arias, French songs, and a compilation of songs from movies and musicals. ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ will host an array of talented performers at the pinnacle of their art, including a native of the town as the star tenor.
Kilkenny guitarist Michael O’ Toole is bringing his music closer to home this week when he appears at the GB Shaw Theatre in the Visual Link Gallery. This is a unique and intimate environment to enjoy an evening of music for this very special Music Network concert.
A Variety Concert will take place on Thursday April 14, in the Set Theatre in aid of locally-based African charity, Kilimanjaro Direct.
Roscommon Arts Centre has recently announced its summer events for July and August and there is something to keep everyone in the family entertained over the coming weeks.
Many people think that the Alexander Technique involves improving posture by ‘sitting up straight’. Nothing could be further from the truth. It involves releasing unconscious tension from our body to allow us to move through life with greater ease. It can dramatically help or prevent backache, arthritis, insomnia, and a whole range of physical aches and pains. By learning the technique you may find that your confidence and self-esteem naturally grow. You may also find a natural spontaneity, a greater contentment, and a deeper love of life.
Dazzling trad with Flook at the Linenhall