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CONSIDERED ONE of Norway's most prominent and influential contemporary musicians and composers, Christian Wallumrød is a solo artist, band leader, and diverse collaborator, who plays Galway this weekend as part of the Galway Jazz Festival.
"I DON'T know much about classic music," Sandy Bates, Woody Allen's character in Stardust Memories noted. "For years I thought the Goldberg Variations were something Mr and Mrs Goldberg tried on their wedding night."
A PIANO treated with bolts, but also plastic, rubber and a pencil eraser will be played in Druid's Mick Lally Theatre for one of the most 'out there' and experimental shows of the Galway Jazz Festival.
MICHAEL MCHALE, the Irish classical pianist, who playing has been described as "delicately graded and infallibly clear" by The Irish Times and filled with "lucidity and elegance" by The Daily Telegraph, will play two shows in County Galway.
GALWAY'S INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed chamber choir Cois Cladaigh, and the Galway Jazz Festival Ensemble, join forces for a concert in advance of the jazz festival which runs from October 6 to 9.
THE GALWAY Jazz Festival, described by The Irish Times as “a boutique festival with a big heart and growing international credibility”, returns from October 7 to 9 with three full days of music spread across the city.
ROCKABILLY AND roots music will collide in exciting fashion when the great Joe Fury & The Hayride play Monroe’s Live on Sunday June 5 at 9pm.
A total of 93 groups across Galway are to share in €385,000 in funding this year under the Galway City Council’s Arts Grants 2016 scheme.
INTERSKALACTIC, HAILED as “the future of ska in Ireland” by Ryan Tubridy, return to The Loft at Seven, on Friday February 26 at 9pm, for a night of big band flavour to first-wave, old-school, Jamaican ska.
WHEN LEGENDARY jazz-fusion pianist Chick Corea calls anyone "a creative genius", it is a good reason to pay attention. Add a string of awards, rave reviews, and collaborations with leading jazz players, and suddenly Gwylim Simcocks becomes a 'must see' musician.