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“AN IMPRESSIVE artist with remarkable, unfailing musicality always moving with the most natural, electrifying, and satisfying interpretations.”
PREMIERES OF new music, Handel’s Messiah, and the revolutionary sounds of Debussy, Schoenberg, and Stravinsky all form part of Music For Galway’s 33rd concert programme series.
THE AWARD winning Irish chamber choir, The Mornington Singers, will perform works by Bach, Mendelssohn, and Brahms in St Augustine’s this Saturday at 8pm.
Richard and Sally St George, whose family have lived at Kilrush House, Freshford, for more than 400 years, are opening their spectacular snowdrop display to the public for the first time.
There will be a free concert at Ballintubber Abbey on Sunday October 16 at 8pm. Ian Wilson’s Still Life in Green and Red is performed by the ConTempo Quartet and inspired by the people of Mayo.
Carlow/Kilkenny Home Care Team are appealing to the people of Carlow and Kilkenny to support their local home care team service on Ireland’s biggest coffee morning, which takes place on September 15.
Kilkenny guitarist Michael O’ Toole is bringing his music closer to home this week when he appears at the GB Shaw Theatre in the Visual Link Gallery. This is a unique and intimate environment to enjoy an evening of music for this very special Music Network concert.
It’s that time of year again when Mayo County Council arts office is almost ready to embark on a month long programme of activity for Bealtaine 2011. This is the 16th year of Bealtaine, the national festival which celebrates creativity in older age – co-ordinated nationally by Age and Opportunity. Bealtaine aims to involve older people in the arts, through expression and active participation. It also encourages older people to engage as an experienced audience for all art forms. All details of the programme are listed in the Bealtaine brochure which will shortly be available from the arts office, telephone 094 902 4444 ext 7558, or email [email protected] for more information.
This weekend is National Sunflower Weekend, which has been organised to raise much-needed funds for hospice care in Ireland.
The judging panel for the annual Stars in Disguise contest has been confirmed. Former Kilkenny Rose Stephanie O'Dwyer, Father Willie Purcell of Kilkenny Gospel Choir, last years winner Karen Berry, Mr Ian Wilson and KCLR FM's Johnny Barry will decide who will be crowned the 2010 champion. MC on the night will be George Chandler.