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Skeletal rattlings in St Nicholas’

SERIOUS GERMANIC utterances, colourful French character pieces, an amusing Danse Macabre, and ‘skeletal rattlings’ from Wagner and Beethoven, the new concert season from St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church has it all.

Celebrate anime at Akumakon 2014

ANIME, JAPAN’S distinctive form of animation, and manga, Japan’s long tradition of comic books, will be celebrated in Galway at Akumakon 2014.

The Birth of Modern Music

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MUSIC FOR Galway marks its 10th midwinter festival with a bold and exciting programme - The Birth of Modern Music - put together by its new artistic director, Irish pianist Finghin Collins.

Music For Galway’s mid-winter festival

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THE BIRTH of Modern Music is the title for this year’s Music for Galway mid-winter festival which runs from Friday January 17 to Sunday 19 at the Town Hall Theatre.

Classical piano at the Linenhall

Two Galway gigs from Louis Stewart

LOUIS STEWART, Ireland’s jazz guitar genius, will play two shows in County Galway this weekend, in the company of Honor Heffernan and Jim Doherty.

Rising star of classical piano to play Galway

THE MUSIC of Albéniz, Beethoven, and Schubert, and the world première of a new piece by Jane O’Lear,y will be performed by Ah Ruem Ahm in Galway next week.

Yehudi Menuhin approved cellist to play Galway

“AN IMPRESSIVE artist with remarkable, unfailing musicality always moving with the most natural, electrifying, and satisfying interpretations.”

Wagner, Nietzsche, and Engelbert Humperdinck

RICHARD WAGNER and Friedrich Nietzsche were once close friends but a serious falling lead to the philosopher vomiting in public after hearing the composer’s newest work.

Wagner, Nietzsche, and Engelbert Humperdinck

RICHARD WAGNER and Friedrich Nietzsche were once close friends but a serious falling lead to the philosopher vomiting in public after hearing the composer’s newest work.

 

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