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TOURING MUSICIANS and singers are nothing new. There were the bards and wandering minstrels of mediaeval times, while in Ancient Greece, Homer and Sappho were the singer-songwriters of their day, performing across the Greek islands.
THERE WILL be a strongly Italian flavour to the next Music For Galway concert when the world renowned Quartetto di Venezia perform in St Joseph’s Church.
Eimear Noone, conductor and composer of music for games such as World of Warcraft and Warlords of Draenor, will be honoured at Music for Galway’s fundraising gala for its Cellissimo festival, which takes place next year.
Eimear Noone, conductor and composer of music for games such as World of Warcraft and Warlords of Draenor, will be honoured at Music for Galway's fundraising gala for its Cellissimo festival, which takes place next year.
CELLISSIMO, GALWAY'S new triennial festival celebrating the cello - the instrument some believe most resembles the human voice - takes place in 2020, but ahead of that comes a fundraising gala for the festival itself.
HANDEL'S MESSIAH is as much a Christmas staple as Santa Claus and sleigh bells and, on Saturday December 8, Music For Galway presents this festive masterpiece at Galway Cathedral, performed by the Irish Baroque Orchestra.
WANDERLUST - STRICTLY speaking it means a great desire to travel, although in the popular imagination, it can be equivalent to the saucy and licentious adventures of lusty trousered youth in the early 19th century.
AIMEZ-VOUS Brahms? Music for Galway’s 36th International Concert Season comes to a close with two events, one celebrating Brahms' music, the other looking at his most enigmatic aspect - his love life.
THE MUSIC of Beethoven, Brahms, and Haydn, will be heard in the Emily Anderson Concert Hall in NUI Galway's Aula Maxima when the Trio Dali and Nathan Braude play the next Music For Galway concert.
JOHANN SEBASTIAN Bach's Overture in the French Style will be performed on harpsichord by the acclaimed Irish musician, Malcolm Proud, in a lunchtime concert for Music For Galway.