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Chamber Music festival comes to Westport

The first Westport Festival of Chamber Music will be held from Friday September 6 to Sunday September 8 in Westport House and Holy Trinity Church. As well as some of Ireland’s top international musicians, the festival will showcase some rising stars in the music world. Violinist Mairead Hickey and pianist Gary Beecher, both from Cork, will perform works by Schumann, Sarasate and Debussy at 12 noon in Holy Trinity Church on Saturday September 7.

Westport Festival of Chamber Music all set for September recitals

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The first Westport Festival of Chamber Music will be held on September 6 to 8. Tickets for the event are on sale in the Clew Bay Hotel and online at Both Westport House and Holy Trinity Church are perfect venues for live music performances, providing a most appropriate setting for a music festival.

The Vanbrugh and ConTempo together

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THE RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet and the ConTempo Quartet join forces for a concert which is part of next week’s Galway Music Residency 10th Birthday Festival.

Galway Music Residency tenth anniversary festival

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THE GALWAY Music Residency is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary season and is marking the occasion with a special birthday festival of concerts, talks, and workshops from Tuesday February 26 to Thursday 28.

A festival of classical music for February

ARGENTINEAN GUITARIST Ariel Hernandez and Irish pianist Isabel O’Connell will perform at the Galway Music Residency’s debut festival weekend this month.

A feast of music in Clifden

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CLIFDEN, THE capital of Connemara, will resound to the sound of classical music, folk, rock, Irish trad during the 34th Clifden Arts Week Festival from Thursday September 15 to Sunday 25.

Last chance to catch Múscailt events

NUI, GALWAY’S Múscailt Arts Festival draws to a close on Saturday but there is still a chance to see a few shows before then.

Celebrate Beethoven next weekend

BEETHOVEN’S LAST words were “Clap your hands my friends, the comedy is over,” but almost 200 years after his death, the applause for his magnificent music has stopped.

Classical music at its best at the Castle

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RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet is set to perform in the stunning setting of Kilkenny Castle’s Parade Tower.

RTÉ quartet comes to Shannonbridge

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The RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet is made up of Gregory Ellis and Keith Pascoe (violins), Simon Aspell (viola), and Christopher Marwood (cello)

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