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FRANKIE GAVIN'S first taste of performing in front of an audience was in Corrandulla Town Hall, playing tin whistle, and standing beside him was the man who saw the potential in the youngster - the fiddler and flautist Eddie Moloney.
EDDIE MOLONEY a traditional Irish musician extraordinaire, considered to be the best traditional flute player of his time and a formidable violinist, will be celebrated at this year's Galway Sessions Festival.
THE GALWAY Sessions festival, the annual celebration of Irish folk, trad, and dance, returns from Monday June 15 to Sunday 21, with a special focus on Connemara's many and magnificent musicians, singers, and dancers.
•Oughterard Golf Club: Men’s open singles stableford, Tom Gallen (16) 40; Luke Bohan (7) 39; Cyril Foye (13) 39; Adrian Connell (23) 38. Men's stableford, Colm Kavanagh (19) 43; Tony O'Donnell (21) 41; Gross Robert Monroe (6) 34; Christy Smyth (19) 39; Conor Bohan (15) 39; Cathair Conneely (6) 39. Ladies’ Cystic Fibrosis Open, Valerie Heery (23) 36; Sarah Donnelly (36) 35; Gross Annette O’Neill, Tuam (11) 23; Carmel Moore (29) 34; Cat 1, Margaret O’Neill (20) 33; Rita Jordan (17) 32; Cat 2,Noreen Maloney (26) 33; Kathleen Ivers, Galway (27) 33; Cat 3, Mary Loughman (29) 33; Mary O’Connell (36) 32.
Kilkenny’s Eddie Moloney showed his class to take the spoils at the Allianz Leinster indoor horse championship at the Kill International Equestrian Centre in Co Kildare last weekend.
Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Eireann in Galway was formed in the mid-fifties by schools inspector Pádraic Ó h-Eidhin and by Dr Galligan. Groups of musicians began to meet in St Patrick’s School, the Industrial School, and Mattie Forde’s Eagle Bar on the corner of Henry Street and William Street West. This represented the first stirrings of general interest in Irish traditional music in the city.
Triple gold for Joseph’s duo