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Mayo flute player Jillian O’Malley won the prestigious Seán Ó Riada Gold Medal at the final for the competition held in Cork on Friday night, presented by Peadar Ó Riada live on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.
Rhythm is in everyone, and with some proper guidance from a professional teacher you could really surprise yourself and be playing along to trad music in no time.
Nominated as best emerging folk act at The RTE Folk Music Awards 2019 - Alfi are a fresh new trio combining American old-time and traditional Irish music and song to produce a unique and tasteful sound. Their music features an unusual blend of harp, five-string banjo, low whistle, uilleann pipes and vocals.
GRETB has launched the Skills to Advance programme, an initiative to support small and medium enterprises in maintaining and building staff skills and competencies. GRETB's director of further education and training, Eithne Nic Dhonnchadha, believes that continuous professional development is central to economic development and security of employment.
SHAKESPEARE'S MOST violent play; a powerful musing on greed, ambition, political ruthlessness, and guilt; and excuse for thespians to indulge in ridiculous and illogical superstitions, MacBeth is a play of many facets.
THE HARP, Ireland's national instrument, will be celebrated in the Galway City Museum this Saturday from 10.30am, with exhibitions, talks, and concerts.
Music — one of the great joys in life — is attainable and available through the internationally acclaimed teaching skills of Mary Bergin, widely acknowledged master of the tin whistle.
GALWAY CELLISTS are being sought to take part in what will be a photographic exhibition that will run in April 2020 as part of Music For Galway new Cellissimo festival, celebrating all things cello.
THE LIVELY, lilting, sound of the ukulele will take over the streets and venues of Galway’s Latin Quarter over the weekend of June 21 to 23 as the Galway Uke Fest struts its stuff for the second year.
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.