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IRELAND CAN never get enough of Handel's Messiah, not surprising since this classic work was debuted in this country in 1742, and Galway is in for a performance of this masterpiece next week.
World famous conductor and organist, Mark Duley, is to perform in St Patrick’s Parish Church, Newport, with his choir Collegium on this Sunday evening (March 29).
HOWEVER YOU interpret Good Friday, as an act of selfless atonement, one of history’s most notorious miscarriages of justice, or a story of grief, suffering, and loss, there is music to capture it all.
OPERA GETS its turn at the Galway International Arts Festival tonight and tomorrow at 8pm when Atalante and Resurgam combine to present Luigi Rossi’s Orfeo at St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church.
TRAD FIDDLE great Frankie Gavin will be among the stellar line-up of musicians performing at the NUI Galway’s Arts in Action Finale Concert.
ERIN HEADLEY and her award-winning pan-European ensemble Atalante are coming to Galway to perform a concert which aims to “transport the soul and elevate the spirit”.
THE JES Choir and the NUI Galway Medical School Orchestra join forces with Frankie Gavin and Cora and Breda Smyth for a major concert on the university campus.
FOR THE first time in Ireland, JS Bach’s epic choral masterpiece, the St Matthew Passion, will be performed and Galway’s St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church is the venue.
The world renowned Mark Duly will give a recital in Castlebar, in addition to the Mayo Male Voice Choir and St Joseph's Secondary School Senior Choir, in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar, this evening, Friday December 16 at 8pm.
ON TUESDAY Cois Cladaigh Choir Galway will embark on a tour of southern Spain performing in Cordoba and Seville. The choir will be celebrating 30 years in existence next year and will perform their usual eclectic mix of Renaissance and contemporary music with a particular emphasis on music of Spanish composers including Albert Alcaraz, Juan del Ancina and Fransisco Guererro.