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WHAT GOES into the making of an instrument? What are the processes, skills, materials, and equipment necessary to make a violin, a flute, or a guitar?
Tonight, Friday September 21, locals and visitors across the island of Ireland will enjoy the unique experience of Culture Night, a free night of entertainment, discovery, and adventure taking place in a record 34 towns, cities, counties, and islands in Ireland.
Musical highlights include Galway favourites Keywest who will take to the stage at Monroe’s Live on Saturday July 28. Róisín Dubh gigs include American folk singer Samamidon whose folksong albums have received wide critical acclaim on Sunday July 29, and Kormac’s Big Band featuring DJ Kormac and his superb barbershop quartet on Saturday July 28.
IF YOU love Irish trad and fancy hearing some music during your lunch break then head down to Monroe’s for the Galway Arts Festival Trad Lunchtimes.
The Galway Arts Festival returns from Monday July 16 to Sunday 29 and will be officially launched in Dublin this evening and in Galway tomorrow. Below is all that is on during the two weeks and there is plenty to look forward to.
The Music Makers is a music and film performance piece celebrating the creativity and skill involved in traditional music-making, from the actual making of musical instruments to the performance of traditional music on those very instruments. In the show, which takes place at the Linenhall Arts Centre Castlebar on November 10 at 8pm, live music is interwoven with film footage of the craft workers as they fashion the instruments being played.
The Full Irish coms to a conclusion
ST NICHOLAS’ Collegiate Church will host the next Tunes In The Church gig tomorrow from 8pm to 9.30pm.
Documentary premiere in Castlebar