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Plainchant, medieval song, baroque cello, early brass and harpsichord – a feast of beautiful old music will float across the city as events take place at The 20th Galway Early Music Festival, from May 14-17.
SATURDAY MARCH 21 is European Day of Early Music which Galway will mark with a concert of medieval and renaissance music and a harp workshop.
THE 17TH Galway Early Music Festival runs from Thursday May 17 to Sunday 20 and this year’s festivities will open with a concert by the Cois Cladiagh Choir.
BAGPIPES AND harps, France, Spain, and Scotland, the mediaeval world to the 18th century, all will be explored and celebrated for the 2012 Galway Early Music Festival.
The music of France, Spain, and Scotland will be performed in Galway city next month as part of the 2012 Galway Early Music Festival.
A FESTIVE concert of French and Irish traditional music and dance takes place in the Corrib Rowing and Yachting Club, Earls Island, on Thursday December 15 at 8pm.
MAGO MUSICAE, a new exhibition of contemporary artwork inspired by mediaeval music will take place next week as part of the Galway Early Music Festival.
A GIG FOR ALL SEASONS, a concert of sean nós song, ancient harp music, and traditional tunes, takes place in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Thursday May 5 at 8pm.
If Galway is to keep its reputation as a city which supports the arts, it must maintain the current level of arts funding and not allow it to drop in December’s budget.
Galway Culture Night 2010 takes place on Friday September 24 across the city and county with theatre, exhibitions, talks, music, readings, film, dance, and literary events from 5pm to 11pm.