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MUSIC FOR Galway's successful cello season Cellissimo closes this weekend when MFG joins forces with the Galway Early Music Festival for a concert of Baroque music in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church.
World famous conductor and organist, Mark Duley, is to perform in St Patrick’s Parish Church, Newport, with his choir Collegium on this Sunday evening (March 29).
HOWEVER YOU interpret Good Friday, as an act of selfless atonement, one of history’s most notorious miscarriages of justice, or a story of grief, suffering, and loss, there is music to capture it all.
HANDEL’S MASTERPIECE and one of the great works of classical and Christian music, Messiah, will be performed in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, on Sunday December 7 at 6.30pm.
FOR IT’S 34th International Concert Season, Music for Galway will celebrate the cello - an instrument MFG’s artistic director Finghin Collins enthusiastically described as “this fabulously versatile instrument with its extensive range, noble sound, and curvaceous body”.
OPERA GETS its turn at the Galway International Arts Festival tonight and tomorrow at 8pm when Atalante and Resurgam combine to present Luigi Rossi’s Orfeo at St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church.
THE IRISH Baroque Orchestra, the Resurgam choir, and four solo singers will perform Handel’s Messiah in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
Soprano Deirdre Moynihan and the Irish Baroque Orchestra chamber soloists perform Hidden Handel: Where Light and Shadows Merge at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Tuesday March 12 at 8pm.
ONE OF the highpoints of Galway’s musical calendar and festive season is coming up shortly when Music For Galway, the Irish Baroque Orchestra, and the Resurgam choir join forces for a presentation of Handel’s Messiah at St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church, on Saturday December 8.
COMBINING CLASSICAL, jazz, rock, blues, and folk is usually referred to as prog rock, eg, Yes, ELP, King Crimson, etc, but sadly that style of music has got a bad name. Hence a new approach - Groove Theory.