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As the world of music is finally reawakening after such a long period of silence, people everywhere are keen to seek out the nourishment provided by live performance.
Live music is back in from the cold this autumn, and Ballina Fringe Festival is making the most of it!
PERSONAL BELONGINGS of IRA volunteer Seamus Quirk and Fr Michael Griffin; Bronze Age artefacts from Dún Aonghasa; the myths of the River Corrib; and an exploration of Gaelic Ireland - there is a wealth of local and Irish history to be experienced at the Galway City Museum.
“EARLY MUSIC is linked with the history and heritage of Galway. It’s exotic in some cases, and it has that adventurousness and curiosity that appeals to us about what music was then, how it sounded, and how people played it. Above all, it’s simply just good music.”
Several hundred people worldwide have registered to join human rights group Afri’s annual famine remembrance event.
THE GALWAY Early Music Festival will mark it’s 25th anniversary this year, with an online festival of concerts, workshops, and zoom events, from Friday May 21 to Sunday May 23.
Normally at this time of year, Mezzo-Soprano Anne Marie Gibbons is busy finalising her Festive Harmony Concert at the Westport Town Hall Theatre, which has been held there annually since December 2016.
HARPIST AND concertina virtuoso, and multiple All-Ireland Fleadh winner, Holly Geraghty, will play the penultimate Music In The Town Concert Series in Athenry.
Martin Hayes, Eleanor Shanley, Dave Sheridan, Steve Cooney, and Cormac Begley will be among the musicians playing the Feakle Festival, which runs in the east Clare village from Wednesday August 7 to Monday 12.