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Luminosa bringing light out of darkness

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The latest radiant concert from Galway’s own orchestra, Luminosa, began with late evening sun still streaming through the windows into St Nicholas’s Church. It seemed a fitting metaphor to illuminate the latest in their concert series, bláthú, flourishing with the coming of spring.

Cellisimo event in Galway features former president

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The opening concert of the 2024 Cellisimo series will feature the National Symphony Orchestra performing alongside a star-studded cast at Leisureland, Salthill, on Saturday, May 18, including an address by Mary Robinson.

Corinthians hit Skerries for six

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Heavenly music in Galway

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On November 26, 1905, the new organ in the Augustinian Church was launched at a High Mass. The organ was placed ‘in the western gallery of the church in a handsome varnished case of specially selected woods, stands 26 feet high and 25 feet wide. The front pipes, some of which are over 18 feet long, are gilt and present a superb effect. The sides of the organ are recessed to leave room for an augmented choir and for the present, the organ is blown by hand at one end of case; at a future time it is hoped to apply a hydraulic motor to do this work. There is great variety in the tones of the various stops and the general effect of all combined is truly magnificent. The entire work reflects great credit on the builders who built it at their factory in Dublin. The number of speaking pipes in the organ is close to 2,000.'

Franciscan Friary to host perennially popular annual Samaritans Gala Christmas concert

The Army Band of 2nd Brigade, based in Athlone, will once again provide the main musical support for the 31st Annual Gala Samaritan Christmas Concert to take place within the surrounds of the Franciscan Friary on Wednesday, December 6, at 8pm.

Rotary Club of Athlone to host St Hilda’s Services fundraising gala concert

The Rotary Club of Athlone will host a gala concert in aid of St Hilda’s Services tonight, Thursday, November 9, in the Radisson Hotel, Athlone at 7.30pm.

Meeting Eimear

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Eimear Noone is an Irish conductor and composer best known for her award-winning work on video game music. She has conducted the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic, Orchestre National de Bretagne, the Sydney Symphony, the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, and several other national orchestras.

Opera Collective Ireland presents Flight, Jonathan Dove’s breakthrough opera

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A superb, original modern-day operatic comedy which has found universal popularity, will be performed in the Town Hall Theatre next month.

[Closed] Win two tickets to Irish National Opera’s Così fan tutte & More!

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Coming to Leisureland on Monday May 29 at 8pm, Mozart's Così fan tutte is one of the composer’s best-loved operas. Audiences are thrilled by the fabulous score, hilarous plot-twists and of course, healthy doses of love, lies and deceit.

Irish National Opera presents Mozart’s controversial comedy, Così fan tutte, at Leisureland

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Coming to Leisureland on Monday May 29 at 8pm, Mozart's Così fan tutte is one of the composer’s best-loved operas. Audiences are thrilled by the fabulous score, hilarous plot-twists and of course, healthy doses of love, lies and deceit.

 

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