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Athenry Music School Sinfonietta to give online Culture Night concert

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THE YOUNG musicians of Athenry Music School Sinfonietta will give their debut performance of ‘A Baroque Session (with Carolan & Friends)’ by Raymond Deane online at 7pm on Culture Night, Friday, September 17.

Villagers - Fever Dreams (Domino)

FEVER DREAMS is expansive, ambitious, and cinematic in scope, fusing the many disparate strands of Conor J O’Brien’s music into one entity. It is also the oddest album of his career.

What Is Tempo Running and How Do I Do It?

One of the most important aspects of my training is what is known as ‘tempo running’ - the idea is to run at a pace for an extended period of time that is quicker than your normal running speed, but not so quick that it is your race pace.

Saint Sister - Where I Should End (FUGA)

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“MY BRILLIANT friend traces where I should end and where I should begin, and he touches me with all the need and the want that goes on between us.”

Trill eager to develop young talent

Galway WFC has appointed Phil Trill as youth development manager.

What Is Tempo Running and How Do I Do It?

One of the most important aspects of my training is what is known as ‘tempo running’ - the idea is to run at a pace for an extended period of time that is quicker than your normal running speed, but not so quick that it is your race pace.

GMIT virtual choir release version of Bohemian Rhapsody

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Choir expands to include staff and students in Connacht-Ulster Alliance (CUA) institutes

Karl Clews - jazz-funk bassist releases new album

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KARL CLEWS, the bass player, session musician, and founder of the Galway jazz-funk-fusion band, Earthship, has just released his new album - Navigator.

The uniquely Galway Cello to make its bow at Cellissimo

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A uniquely Galwegian instrument will see its concert debut at the opening of Music for Galway’s reimagined CELLISSIMO festival, a new cello festival for the west of Ireland, in a special performance at 7:30pm on March 25th, when Headford musician Naomi Berrill plays a piece specially composed for the Galway Cello by Bill Whelan.

‘The sound of the cello, it seems as if it’s coming up from the earth’

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“THE CELLO can be bass, soprano or alto. Its endpin strikes the ground and it seems as if its power and deep sound are coming up from the earth. When played it lies between the musicians legs and they have to embrace it. It’s a very physical thing, it almost becomes part of their body.”

 

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