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ANDRES MARTORELL is a man on the move. Sunday night found the singer in Carna, where he was taking part in a traditional singers circle. The following morning comes this interview. An hour later he is en route to Dublin to catch a flight to Denmark.
A new term of Spanish courses will begin in February at The Spanish Institute. Adult courses range from beginner to advanced and, with a variety of times available, there is an option to suit everyone.
BAILE AN Salsa, the Irish trad/Latin music fusion band led by singer Andres Martorell, launch their new album Tribu at Monroe’s Live on Saturday December 6.
BAILE AN Salsa, the exciting Irish trad/Latin music fusion band, return to Galway to play Monroe’s Live this Saturday, with doors opening at 9pm.
THE MUSIC of Europe and Latin America collide in exciting and funky fashion in the band Mama Kasbah, who play Monroe’s Live this Saturday at 9pm.
WE BANJO Three, a quartet made of two pairs of brothers, have become something of a phenomenon in the folk/trad world, especially these last six months, which has seen them nominated for an award and play Latin America.
The Spanish Institute is launching a new term of Spanish courses starting on April 28. The courses are designed to suit any age group and learning level.
Professor James Petras, a senior political analyst and adviser on Latin American affairs in the US, and a former advisor to Hugo Chavez, is to speak in Galway.
Practical classes in beginning Spanish will start again next week at the Language Institute in the Granary Learning Centre. These 12-week courses are designed to give students the words and phrases they will need to visit Spain or Latin America with ease and confidence.
Galway man Gabriel Warde has been handed the keys of a new Scania Truck worth €100,000 after winning the Scania Young European Truck Driver 2012 competition.