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Oranmore soprano, Helen Hancock will present an evening of singing and music in the auditorium of Galway Community College, Moneenageisha tomorrow Friday March 22 at 8pm.
THE 25TH Galway Cathedral Recitals international summer concerts begins next week, and to mark the occasion there will be film screenings, vocal performances, brass music, as well as organ recitals.
A concert later this month will raise much-needed funds for Tomorrow for Tomás, a charity set up to assist Tomás, a bright chatty boy originally from Renmore and now living in Corofin, who has faced some major challenges in his first seven years.
Galway Choral Association is 20 years young in 2018, and to mark the occasion they are hosting a gala concert this weekend.
If you love singing, the Galway Choral Association (GCA) wants to hear from you. The Association is a 60–voice community choir and has vacancies for men and women who want to make great music. The association’s 20th anniversary is in 2018, and they will host a special Gala concert in January. The programme will include Fauré’s “Requiem”, with Galway natives soprano Aisling Kenny and organist David Grealy. Later in 2018, the choir will visit Germany, to sing Vaughan Williams’ “Dona Nobis Pacem” with Ulm Chor Levantate.
St Attracta’s Church, Kiltartan was the scene of a joyful outpouring of faith last week as the parish celebrated the 175th anniversary of the opening of the church. The clergy, led by four Mass servers, walked in procession from the old church while the large outdoor bell was rung by Tommy Nolan. The faith journey of the parish was recalled by the chief celebrant, a native of the parish, Canon Martin Downey.
GALWAY CATHEDRAL'S annual international summer concert series returns next month with performances by Paul Kieffer; The Choir of St Paul’s College, Hong Kong; Ansgar Wallenhorst; and an array of Galway talent.
"I DON'T know much about classic music," Sandy Bates, Woody Allen's character in Stardust Memories noted. "For years I thought the Goldberg Variations were something Mr and Mrs Goldberg tried on their wedding night."
ARTHUR Ó NÉILL, one of the last of the travelling harpers, who died in 1816, and whose influence on Irish harp music is immense, will be celebrated at a concert in Galway.
AN EVENING of baroque and romantic music awaits concert goers at the final Galway Catherdal Recital concert of the season which takes place this evening at 8pm.