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THE MUSIC of Schumann, Saint Saens, and Britten will be heard in the Galway City Museum this Saturday from 11am in the last of the 3 Saturdays: 3 Kinds of Music concert series.
Mullingar has produced some fine performing talent to date, and Emmet Cahill (22) is a man whose time has certainly come!
OPERA, REGGAE, sean nós, Barbershop, jazz, folk, trad, and hip hop will be performed and celebrated at the 2011 Spirit of Voice festival from Friday November 11 to Sunday 13.
THE SPIRIT Of Voice Festival, the annual celebration of all styles of singing, the spoken word, and the human voice in general, returns from Friday November 11 to Sunday 13.
ESB Electric Ireland Feis Ceoil, Ireland’s biggest classical music festival, is set to showcase the talent of some 60 musicians from Kilkenny at the annual festival from April 4-15 inclusive.
There’s a musical treat in store when Mayo Girls Choir and the Ladybirds vocal ensemble present Old and New at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, May 6 at 8pm. United by a love of singing, Ladybirds vocal ensemble evolved out of The Bells of Mayo into a highly entertaining vocal ensemble. In the short time they have been together they have wooed audiences with snappy arrangements of songs from the swing era of the 30s to musical treasures of the 21st century. The Mayo Girls Choir was founded in 1994. Since then the choir has been awarded prizes in the Derry Feis Ceoil, Michael Van Dessel Festival, Pan Celtic Festival, Lyric FM Choirs for Christmas competition and in 2008 and 2009 they received the top prize for youth choirs in the Dublin Feis Ceoil. The Mayo Girls Choir and the Ladybirds vocal ensemble perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre on Thursday May 6 at 8pm.
THE GALWAY Boy Singers, and director Mark Keane, are seeking new members this season and boys aged seven to 12 are eligible to apply.
Hailing from Three Castles, Kilkenny, The Rafter Family is one of Ireland’s newest and most exciting classical music groups. Performing for the first time as a family across the country, they will perform a varied repertoire from the Italian classics to Irish ballads.