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Face The Music with Equinox

EQUINOX, THE acclaimed jazz/rock/fusion band, comprising Dutch, Irish, and American musicians, are coming to Galway to play the Town Hall Theatre.

Agnes Obel

SCANDINAVIA has been a great centre of pop and rock over the last 30 years and without question Sweden is the dominant nation. It has given us pop giants ABBA; a thriving heavy metal scene; and inspired indie/alternative acts such as I’m From Barcelona, Jens Lekmann, and Peter Bjorn and John.

Clifden Arts Week launches on Monday

Clifden Community Arts Week, the west of Ireland’s most prominent and longest running community arts festival, will return this September for its 34th year of artistic celebration. Taking place from September 15 to 25, the festival boasts an impressive line up of national and international talent with a jam-packed programme that covers all spectrums of the arts from literature and music to theatre, film, and comedy, as well as inspirational talks and lectures and a dedicated schools’ programme.

Schubert’s Octet to be performed in Tuam

LONDON’S CALLINO Quartet will perform Schubert’s masterpiece, the Octet in F major D803, at St Mary’s Church of Ireland Cathedral in Tuam as part of this year’s Galway Arts Festival.

Country folk and guitar orchestra lead the line up at the Linenhall

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Blackheart: County Folk duo at the Linenhall

Full line-up of events at the Linenhall over the next few weeks

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Maynooth guitar orchestra at the Linenhall

Galway Jazz Festival returns this month

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JAZZ MUSICIANS from Holland, Japan, the USA, and Scandinavia, will be converging on this city for the Galway Jazz Festival 2008 which runs from Thursday November 20 to Sunday 23.

World famous Callino Quartet celebrate Lent at Castlecoote House

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Roscommon Arts Centre and Music Network are delighted to announce a concert by The Callino Quartet on Wednesday April 8, at 8pm in Castlecoote House, Roscommon. The quartet will perform Joseph Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of the Saviour on the Cross.   

Jim White is a must-see at this year’s Rhythm and Roots Festival

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Since 1998, the Guinness Kilkenny Rhythm and Roots Festival has attracted some of the finest names in the Americana canon; acts like Calexico, Giant Sand, Ryan Adams, Alejandro Escovedo, Mark Eitzel, Guy Clark, Ray La Montagne, Richmond Fontaine, Rodney Crowell...the list is very long, and these are but a few names who have been drawn to the magnet of the Marble City Mardi Gras in the past.


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