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THE CONTEMPO Quartet and members of Concorde, two of the most acclaimed quartets in Irish classical music, join forces for the next concert in the New Music: Different Sounds series.
A DAY of modern classical music for Galway takes place on Saturday February 8, presented by The Concorde Contemporary Music Ensemble and the ConTempo Quartet.
A CONCERT featuring Lynda Lee, one of Ireland’s leading sopranos, and an album launch by clarinettist Paul Roe, both take place next week.
THESE JANUARY days may be cold and wet, grim and grey, but Music for Galway’s aptly named Midwinter Festival can be relied upon to spread cheer and warmth on the weekend of January 25 to 27.
THE NEW Year in Galway begins with a celebration of the music of Ludwig Van Beethoven, through a mini-festival organised by Music for Galway.
BEETHOVEN, THE genius German composer, will be celebrated in the New Year with a series of concerts and events organised by Music for Galway.
PAUL ROE, the distinguished clarinettist, will join the ConTempo Quartet for a concert in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Friday February 17 at 8pm.
VOTED ONE of the top 10 plays of the last decade in the Sunday Times Critics Choice, Conor McPherson’s The Seafarer is a blackly funny, moving and spooky drama. Nomad Theatre Network and Decadent Theatre Company have now mounted a new production of this award-winning play which is coming soon to the Town Hall Theatre as part of a national tour.
READINGS IN kitchens, books left in cafés waiting to be browsed, musicians performing poems and prose, and street performers at a literary festival - this is, as Spock might say, “Cúirt Jim, but not as we know it.”
SUAVE IS a term normally reserved for the Pierse Brosnans and Bryan Ferrys of this world, but the classical musician, clarinettist Paul Roe, has this quality too.