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TWO SONATAS by Schubert, and Tchaikovsky's 'The Seasons', will be performed in Galway by one of the finest classical musicians to ever come from Ireland - Belfast pianist Barry Douglas.
TWO PIECES of music, both written in France during WWI, will be performed by Duo Chagall at a lunchtime Music For Galway concert entitled Notes from the Great War: French Chamber Music from 1917.
DECEMBER WILL be ushered in to the sound of classical music, with two lunchtime concerts taking place in NUI Galway's Aula Maxima, early next week.
REGARDED AS one of the finest interpreters of Beethoven’s music, French pianist François-Frédéric Guy will be in concert in Galway next week.
Violinist Catherine Leonard and pianist Hugh Tinney will visit Westport on Sunday 7 October for an afternoon concert at 4pm in Holy Trinity Church as part of Westport Arts Festival. Their programme artfully combines two Beethoven sonatas (No.6 and the "Kreutzer" Sonata) with Westport born Raymond Deane’s “Parthenia Violata” and Ravel’s Sonata in G major.
PIANO SONATAS and flute quartets by the great Austrian composer Jospeh Haydn, a friend and teacher to both Beethoven and Mozart, will be performed in NUI Galway’s Aula Maxima.
The distinguished violin and piano duo of Catherine Leonard and Hugh Tinney will tour to Roscommon Arts Centre today, Friday October 15 at 8pm. This duo has a special affinity with Beethoven’s music and will perform two of his sonatas for violin and piano (No.3 and No.10). They will also play James Wilson’s Sonata No.5 written for the duo in 2001 together with Debussy’s sonata which Leonard describes as being “full of fantastical elements and jazzy rhythms”.
THE GREAT Swiss pianist Andreas Haefliger will dazzle Galway audiences with performances of Mozart, Wagner, Liszt, and Schubert, at the Hotel Meyrick on Tuesday May 4 at 8pm.
MUSIC BY the great Georg Friedrich Händel will be performed by the classical duo Gandolpho in a concert entitled Handel 250 Years/Joyful Mystery on Wednesday December 2 at 8pm in the Aula Maxima, NUI Galway.