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Tar - icy cold and smoking hot

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MÓC2 is proud to present Nollaig Cois Coiribe

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The musical Christmas celebration will be hosted in the dramatic and majestic setting of the Galway Cathedral, and features vocalists and instrumentalists from Galway and beyond.

CLADDAGH CHORAL PRESENTS Live from Galway

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The concert will feature Fir an Cladaigh and Galway City Chamber Choir.

Back with Bach — Music for Galway announces 41st concert season

Music for Galway (MfG) is thrilled to announce what looks like the first season with audiences in attendance in three years. For its 41st International Concert Season 2022/23, artistic director Finghin Collins decided to put the focus on J.S. Bach: “Beethoven called him ‘the immortal god of harmony’ and it is no exaggeration to say that Bach has influenced every composer who followed him” says Mr Collins.

Music for a Midsummer’s Evening from Knock Basilica tonight

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Following their sell-out performance in December 2019, Knock Basilica is delighted to announce the return of the Palestrina Choir for Music for a Midsummer’s Evening on Saturday, June 11 at 7pm.

Music for a Midsummer’s Evening from Knock Basilica

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Following a sell-out performance in December 2019, Knock Shrine is delighted to announce the return of the Palestrina Choir for Music for a Midsummer’s Evening on Saturday, June 11, at 7pm.

A musical breakaway — Patrick Cassidy Summer School and Concert in Mayo this May Bank Holiday Weekend

This May Bank Holiday weekend, leading Irish composer, Patrick Cassidy, will be in attendance at the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris to host a Summer School for orchestral instrumentalists, music students, singers and composition students as well as choral and musical groups.

The Galway Youth Orchestra, forty years

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Years ago, there was neither an independent community orchestra nor a musical instrument teaching system in Galway city or county. A handful of schools, mostly run by religious orders, taught a small range of instruments and would put a small orchestra together for their annual school show or operetta, their music teachers being very influential in passing on a love of music to their pupils.

Galway’s paper boat sets sail at last

Join a cast of over 100 performers on Saturday April 23 in St. Nicholas’ Church, Galway for the world premiere of Paper Boat - a community opera for Galway.

Galway’s paper boat sets sail at last

Join a cast of over 100 performers on Saturday April 23 in St. Nicholas’ Church, Galway for the world premiere of Paper Boat - a community opera for Galway.

 

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