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The award winning Claremorris Musical Society is in the final stages of rehearsals for its ninth annual production.
The senior choir at St Joseph’s Secondary School have hit a high note after qualifying for the regional finals of the RTÉ All Island School Choir Competition.
Musical season is officially open in Claremorris.
An NUI Galway project, led by INSIGHT will offer Europeans the opportunity to understand key EU policies and issues. The project, an EU Commission eGovernment project aims to give Europeans a voice in policy creation.
Choir fundraiser for Louisburgh Order of Malta tonight
The Mayo Male Voice Choir is currently seeking new talent to join its ranks and participate in its many popular performances throughout the year. The choir, which has members from all over Mayo, provides a wonderful showcase for some of the finest male singers in the county as well as offering a rewarding social outlet to members.
The Mayo Male Voice Choir start the 2008/2009 season with rehearsals in the Galway/Mayo Regional College, Castlebar this Thursday the September 11 and every Thursday at 8pm. New members are always welcome; auditions take place on the first two Thursday evenings.With 46 members we now have a great sound and the future looks good. Our new repertoire includes some Irish favourites like “Danny Boy” and “The West’s Asleep”, with hits from the musicals and of course the great male voice coral numbers like “ Do You Hear the People Sing” from “Les Miserables” and “The Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves” from Nabucco, we are also rehearsing Handel’s famous Hallelujah Chorus. and many more excellent numbers to add to our already large repertoire. This gives our Musical Director Deirdre Lee a great challenge, which she has proved she is well capable of handling. We have also launched our new website, at www.mayomalevoicechoir.com. Please check it out and we would welcome comments.
Top Irish theatre company Prime Cut Productions brings Marina Carr’s remarkable and critically acclaimed play Woman and Scarecrow to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday March 23 at 8pm.
Preparations have been under way over the last few weeks in St Joseph’s Secondary School Castlebar for this years transition year musical production, Lionel Bart’s musical, Oliver. This show has had a recent West End revival, thanks to last years BBC talent show, I’d do anything and the girls at St Jo’s, already familiar with the songs from the TV show and the film, are delighted to be putting on their own Oliver performance