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'Connecting the Dots', a public exhibition celebrating the output of an inter-generational, multi-ethnic project, will be launched in the Church Gallery in Ballinasloe Library on, Thursday, May 16, at 6pm.
THE CONTEMPO Quartet and the Coole Music Youth Orchestra are joining forces to perform a concert of works by Arthur Duff, Werner Thomas, Katharina Baker, and Luís De Freitas Branco, in Loughrea.
MONDAY APRIL 15 will be a red letter day for Galway’s classical music aficionados as it sees the debut of the city’s new orchestra, Luminosa, at Galway Cathedral. The debut concert programme, Maestra, will feature works by female composers ranging from the 12th century Hildegard of Bingen to Galway’s own Jane O’Leary.
FERGAL SCAHILL, fiddler and guitarist with the Irish folk/trad success story that is We Banjo 3, will be among the musicians performing at the next 3 Saturdays: 3 Kinds of Music concert.
A JAZZ commentary on Brexit, TG4’s young Musician Of The Year for 2019, and the ConTempo Quartet will be in The Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Lane, for the upcoming 3 Saturdays: 3 Kinds of Music concert.
WHAT IS Irish contemporary Mmsic? For a start it is a term which excludes rather than includes. It generally does not include music made by contemporary Irish musicians in the fields of rock, pop, folk, and trad. It usually only refers to classical music.
MUSIC FROM the unfairly overlooked Slovakian composer Ján Levoslav Bella will be performed by the ConTempo Quartet at the next From Europe With Love lunchtime concert.
MARIA RYAN and Lucia McPartlin of contemporary Irish music ensemble Strung will play at the first concert of the new season of 3 Saturdays: 3 Kinds of Music at The Mick Lally Theatre.
THE SOUNDS of Italy will fill St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, when the ConTempo Quartet performs works by Scarlatti, Donizetti, and Puccini, at the next From Europe With Love concert.
THE VOLDEMORT String Quartet, a group aged between 10 and 12, will perform along side quartets from DIT’s Conservatory of Music Drama and the Royal Irish Academy of Music, at a concert in Galway this month.