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NEXT WEEKEND sees the latest instalment of Music For Galway’s annual midwinter festival. This year’s offering is entitled Intimate Voices and offers a varied musical programme, ranging from the 17th to the 21st century, as well as a unique combination of artistry involving voice, dance, literature, drama, and visual art, as well as two internationally renowned quartets.
Kilkenny clarinettist Léonie Bluett (22) was, for the second year running, one of the leading young instrumental students selected to take part in the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra’s 2011 Mentoring Scheme for Advanced Young Musicians.
As part of the renowned Tuam Arts Festival, the town’s St Mary’s Cathedral will play host to a concert entitled ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ on Saturday August 19. Starting at 8pm, the performance will comprise opera arias, French songs, and a compilation of songs from movies and musicals. ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ will host an array of talented performers at the pinnacle of their art, including a native of the town as the star tenor.
SPAIN’S RICH culture, diverse history, and extraordinary range of native music - a fusion of European, Islamic, Jewish, and Gypsy styles - has never failed to seduce and inspire.
On Friday September 23 the wonderful music of the Carpenters will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre, with Kim Dickinson taking the role of Karen Carpenter. Kim Dickinson was touched by Karen Carpenter’s breathtaking voice, and by the wonderful arrangements of The Carpenter’s beautiful songs. She became and has remained, one of their greatest fans. Now Kim transports her audiences with the natural and uncanny likeness of her voice to that of Karen Carpenter.
VLADIMIR JABLOKOV is a violin virtuoso, from a classical music family in Slovakia, who enjoys putting contemporary spin on the classics, be they Bowie or Bach.
DRAMA, FIRE, delicacy, humour, and virtuosity can be expected in the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra’s current all-Mozart spring tour which arrives in Galway on Tuesday featuring the acclaimed Irish pianist Finghin Collins as soloist and director.
THE COOLE Music School in Gort, will reach a new milestone this Saturday when its youth orchestra makes its debut at the National Concert Hall in Dublin.
TENOR FRANK Naughton is promising to dispel some of the doom and gloom pervading the country these days with two seasonal concerts at St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church on Friday December 3 and Saturday 4.
Kilkenny clarinettist Léonie Bluett has won an exclusive place performing alongside the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra at the National Concert Hall.