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HE IS one of Ireland's most outstanding classical pianists, but remarkably, when Finghin Collins plays NUI Galway next week, it will be his first solo recital in the city since taking over as artistic director of Music for Galway in 2013.
EMMA JOHNSON, one of the few clarinettists to have established herself as a major solo artist, and who has since become of the biggest selling classical artists in Britain, is coming to Galway.
A MULTIMEDIA festival of music, film, and discussion will make up Captive, Music For Galway's mid-winter festival, which features music written by inmates of WWI Concentration and POW camps.
MUSIC INSPIRED by what it would be like to be an alien stranded on earth, music inspired by Oscar Wilde, and music that written in a WWII POW camp, will make up Captive, 2016's Music For Galway's mid-winter festival.
MOZART AND Stravinsky will dominate the programme of an upcoming classical concert featuring one of Ireland's leading pianists Finghin Collins, accompanied by the Irish Chamber Orchestra, under director Katherine Hunka.
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.
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.
One of Kilkenny's most successful musicians – acclaimed pianist Finghin Collins – will play in Waterford’s city hall next Thursday evening.
DRAMA, FIRE, delicacy, humour, and virtuosity can be expected in the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra’s current all-Mozart spring tour which arrives in Galway on Tuesday featuring the acclaimed Irish pianist Finghin Collins as soloist and director.
THE RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, with pianist and conductor Finghin Collins, will play the Bailey Allen Hall, Áras na Mac Leinn, NUI, Galway, on Tuesday March 8 at 8pm.