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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.
Music for Good Friday at St Nicholas’
Music for Galway teams up with Mark Duley once again to present Membra Jesu Nostri a concert to mark Good Friday, which this year falls on April 15. It features the vocal ensemble RESURGAM and takes place at 5.00pm in St. Nicholas’ Church, Galway.
Carpe Diem Rise and Shine fundraising concert
SPRING IS here, restrictions are lifted, and musicians are ready to rise and shine, especially in south Galway for the return of the annual Carpe Diem concert.
May the Force and the music be with you
WHEN STEPHEN Bell ascends the podium in Leisureland to conduct the RTÉ Concert Orchestra in an evening of music by John Williams, he will do so, not only as a lifelong fan of film scores, but as someone who has worked with John Williams himself.
John Williams - a celebratory birthday concert
JOHN WILLIAMS, composer of some of the most memorable, iconic, and much loved film scores in all cinema history, will be celebrated in Galway with a concert marking his 90th birthday.
Luminosa to play final concert in Arcadia series
‘SHADOWS OF Dusk’, the final concert in the Luminosa Strings Orchestra’s Arcadia series, will take place in Galway Cathedral this Sunday, November 14 at 8.30pm.
Culture Night 2021 - what are you going to see?
FOR 18 months the arts were in lockdown, but the autumn saw them return, and this weekend there will be events all over the city and county with Culture Night 2021, under the theme of ‘Come Together Again’.
‘Might you be Jackie Coogan’s brother?’
It was not only Winston Churchill who was cross and embarrassed at Clare Sheridan’s adventures in Moscow, London society was both alarmed and intrigued. It was surprised that a member of its upper class should have ventured alone into the viper’s nest. She was invited to balls and receptions mainly as a curiosity. One hostess told her outright that she was nothing but ‘a Bolshevik’, and a suspicion persisted that she was a spy, a fact that Clare did little to contradict. But despite a critical reception on the surface, her book From Mayfair to Moscow* was eagerly snapped up.
Jane O’Leary’s music to be performed at Mayflower 400
MUSIC BY the Galway based composer, Jane O’Leary, will be performed at the Theatre Royal Plymouth, and by Ireland’s National Symphony Orchestra.
Advertiser founder to be conferred with honorary degree by NUI Galway
The founder of the Galway Advertiser; the first female conductor at the Academy Awards; and the west of Ireland man who spearheaded the global Covid-19 response are all among 14 individuals who will be conferred with Honorary Degrees by NUI Galway in 2021.