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The Courtyard Gallery at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, will provide the setting for a unique choral performance at 2.30pm on Friday, May 24.
MONGOOSE CALL themselves "a musical melty-pot combining the vocals, instrument-playing and songwriting of four women", and they are coming to the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
THEY WILL be on the street, they will be in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church, and at a dance workshop. They are The York Waits, the English Renaissance music group, and they are coming to the Galway Early Music Festival.
THE HARP is one of the key symbols of Ireland, featured on the State's coat of arms, the Presidential standard, and Irish euro coins. It has been in use since mediaeval times, but was violently suppressed during the Cromwelian era.
One of the most famous visual artists in the Arab world, Palestinian cartoonist Mohammad Sabaaneh, last week at the Black Gate Cultural Centre in St Francis Street, hosted a talk and exhibition on his work and the realities of life for Palestinians today under Israeli occupation.
THE ANNUAL concert of sacred music for Good Friday returns to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, with a performance of Heinrich Schütz’s setting of the last words of Christ on the cross: Die Sieben Worte Jesu Christi Am Kreuz.
LIVEFEED: Workshop & Open Mic is a Galway 2020 project for young people interested in music performance, production, promotion, songwriting, sound engineering, and music related photography, social media, and journalism.
A NIGHT of punk rock, doom metal, heft metal, and crust metal, takes place in The Cellar Bar, Eglinton Street, this Saturday at 8pm.
CLARA SCHUMANN kept first rate company when it came to musicians - she was married to Robert Schumann and was friends with Johannes Brahms. She was also a superb composer and pianist in own right.
WHAT IS Irish contemporary Mmsic? For a start it is a term which excludes rather than includes. It generally does not include music made by contemporary Irish musicians in the fields of rock, pop, folk, and trad. It usually only refers to classical music.