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MORE THAN 200 events, featuring international, national, and local artists will take place over the 11 days of the 38th Clifden Arts Festival which runs from September 17 to 27.
Two of the top Irish musicians of their generation, violinist Elizabeth Cooney and pianist Finghin Collins, are to give a special recital in Holy Trinity Church, Westport, at 8pm this Sunday July 19.
CLASSICAL MUSIC concerts have always formed part of the Galway International Arts Festival, but this year, classical music has a notably larger, more prominent, placing. Indeed it is almost a mini-festival within the GIAF itself. "The festival is really pushing out the classic side of things this year," notes the distinguished Irish pianist Finghin Collins approvingly. "It's a wonderful thing."
A special concert will take place in Oughterard as a result of a request in a local man’s will.
A giant, bulbous whale floating in the sky; a woman transitioning to a man; Red Rock‘s Cathy Belton in a one-woman show; a new short play by Enda Walsh, and Crowded House’s Tim Finn exploring his origins through song and story - this is just some of what is coming to the 2015 Galway International Arts Festival.
A GIANT, bulbous whale floating in the sky; a woman transitioning to a man; Red Rock's Cathy Belton in a one-woman show; a new short play by Enda Walsh, and Crowded House's Tim Finn exploring his origins through song and story - this is just some of what is coming to the 2015 Galway International Arts Festival.
SHOSTAKOVICH’S VISIT to Ireland in 1972 and ‘Jewish themed’ works by him andf Aaron Copeland will be the centerpieces of a Music For Galway event.
On Friday July 20 at 8pm, Finghin Collins (currently associate artist with the RTE National Symphony Orchestra) will end a week’s tour with Carol McGonnell and Elizabeth Cooney in Holy Trinity Church Westport.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre will host a concert celebrating singer John McCormack and violinist Fritz Kreisler this Monday at 8pm.
REDMOND O’TOOLE, one of Ireland’s most exciting young classical guitarists, and the brilliant violinist Elizabeth Cooney, will play St Mary’s Cathedral Tuam this month.