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DÓNAL LUNNY, one of the greatest driving forces in Irish folk and trad, is coming to Galway to play a charity concert for the Galway/Palestine Children’s Appeal charity.
THE GALWAY Early Music Festival returns in May and as a warm-up, leading Irish harpist Siobhán Armstrong will give a concert in Galway this weekend.
ON TUESDAY Cois Cladaigh Choir Galway will embark on a tour of southern Spain performing in Cordoba and Seville. The choir will be celebrating 30 years in existence next year and will perform their usual eclectic mix of Renaissance and contemporary music with a particular emphasis on music of Spanish composers including Albert Alcaraz, Juan del Ancina and Fransisco Guererro.
From Kilkenny’s medieval origins, the construction of Kilkenny’s historic buildings, The Duke of Ormonde and Kilkenny Castle, witches, plague, and floods, audiences will enjoy an overview of the history of Kilkenny through music at a very special tea time event planned for the Bishop’s Palace.
GROWING UP in a house where the old vinyl collection featured Bob Dylan, Sweeney’s Men, and Pentangle alongside the Rolling Stones and Slade meant there was a good chance I would end up liking folk music as much as rock.
Ballina is the place to be this weekend
A renowned music teacher who set up a charity following a life-changing safari trip in Africa, hopes a fund-raising CD featuring traditional, sean nós, and contemporary artists will hit the right note with music lovers across the country.
THE MUSIC of Ireland, Scotland, and Canada will resound throughout Galway from Sunday June 12 to Sunday 19 during The Galway Sessions, the city’s annual celebration of traditional music.
TODAY, TOMORROW, Saturday, and Sunday, the narrow streets of Galway city centre’s mediaeval past will come alive with mediaeval music for the 16th annual Galway Early Music Festival.
A GIG FOR ALL SEASONS, a concert of sean nós song, ancient harp music, and traditional tunes, takes place in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Thursday May 5 at 8pm.