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An extraordinary night of music was enjoyed by a packed Town Hall Theatre on Saturday evening. Music for Galway, that simple title that conveys so much, celebrate 30 years of existence during which it placed Galway high on the map of venues for many of Europe’s leading musicians, performers and choirs. It has initiated not only a loyal following for its exemplary Autumn and Winter programmes throughout the years, but enabled the talented Con Tempo Quartet to reside here as its ensemble in residence. This popular quartet has now merged into a music residency which delivers performances, education and community programmes to schools, and groups throughout the city and county. Music for Galway is one of the great cultural attractions of our city, which gives us the edge over all other centres, and a quality of life envied by many.
Moycullen basketball coach Enda Byrt hopes to strengthen his team for tomorrow evening’s second Superleague fixture against Neptune in Cork.
MUSIC FOR Galway is proud to announce that Metropolitan Opera star Rodion Pogossov has agreed to come to Galway to celebrate MFG’s 30th Anniversary Season on Saturday October 16, at the Town Hall Theatre.
The leading Irish sculptor John Behan will next week unveil a special commemorative sculpture to celebrate Music for Galway’s 30th anniversary.
IF YOU are in Clifden later this month, you will discover that almost everywhere you go in the town there will be an art exhibition on display.
A “crazy cycling challenge” has provided much-needed support to a young Galway toddler who suffers from cerebral palsy.
“PAINTING AND sculpture are very archaic forms. It’s the only thing left in our industrial society where an individual alone can make something with not just his own hands, but brains, imagination, heart maybe.”
Leading Galway and national artists such as Kenneth Webb, Aideen Barry, and John Behan are taking part in this year’s Claregalway Educate Together NS art auction.
JOHN BEHAN, one of Ireland’s greatest sculptors, will give a public demonstration of his working methods in The Kenny Gallery in the Liosban Estate this Saturday at 2pm.
More than 50 well known artists will take part in an art auction next month to raise funds for the Claregalway Educate Together national school (CETNS)