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Karl Jenkins to conduct The Armed Man in Galway

COMPOSER AND conductor Karl Jenkins will make his Irish debut in Galway when he conducts The Armed Man - a Mass for Peace in Leisureland, on Thursday April 28 at 8pm.

Hurlers handed heavy defeat by Tipp

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Nobody heading into Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon could have foreseen the absolute tanking Galway received at the hands of the reigning All Ireland champions Tipperary.

NUIG to host major Baroque music concert

BAROQUE MASTERWORKS, a concert featuring the music of Bach, Handel, and Telemann, tales place in NUI, Galway’s Bailey Allen Hall tomorrow at 8pm.

Camogie colleges hat-trick for Kilkenny schools

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Last Saturday was a memorable day for Kilkenny schools as Grennan College (Thomastown), Loreto Kilkenny and Castlecomer Community School all recorded All-Ireland victories in Trim Co Meath. The day began with Grennan College landing honours in the Roinn B title defeating St Louis Ballymena 4-9 to 3-3. Grennan playing into the breeze during the opening-half led 3-2 to 2-1 at half-time thanks to goals from Aine Lannon, Niamh Donnelly and Kelly Hamilton.

Mullingar gets a look at a conducting prodigy

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That venerable institution of Midlands music - the Mullingar Choral Society - had its 43rd annual concert earlier this month, and where one might logically expect an element of august gravitas on the rostrum, director Fergus Carroll and the committee felt no compunction in sitting in front of a packed cathedral beneath the baton of the prodigiously talented 28-year-old Gavin Moloney.

Mullingar gets a look at a conducting prodigy

That venerable institution of Midlands music - the Mullingar Choral Society - had its 43rd annual concert earlier this month, and where one might logically expect an element of august gravitas on the rostrum, director Fergus Carroll and the committee felt no compunction in sitting in front of a packed cathedral beneath the baton of the prodigiously talented 28-year-old Gavin Moloney.

A feast of Baroque music for Galway

CATALAN SOPRANO Nuria Rial, English conductor Matthew Halls, and The Irish Chamber Orchestra are bringing the music of Bach, Handel, and Telemann to Galway.

Drama, delicacy, and Mozart - Finghin Collins and the RTÉ NSO

DRAMA, FIRE, delicacy, humour, and virtuosity can be expected in the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra’s current all-Mozart spring tour which arrives in Galway on Tuesday featuring the acclaimed Irish pianist Finghin Collins as soloist and director.

The King’s Speech

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The King’s Speech is undoubtedly one of the best dramas to hit the big screen in a very long time deserving all the award nominations given to it for its amazing storyline and brilliant cast. I could watch this over and over again.

Galway schools to perform with the Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland

GALWAY NATIONAL schools will be showing off their classical musical talents next month when they join the Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland for two concerts.

 

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