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IN 1770, a child was born in the city of Bonn, then part of the Holy Roman Empire, who would go on to become a towering genius of music. His name was Ludwig van Beethoven.
THE CONTEMPO Quartet continues its December series of concerts with two shows next week - one in the Mick Lally Theatre in Galway city and the other in Headford.
THE COIS Cladaigh Choir will present its annual Christmas concert in St Nicholas Collegiate Church at 8pm this Saturday. The concert will also raise funds for MS Ireland Western Region.
2020 MARKS the 250th anniversary of the birth of one of the absolute giants of music - of classical, or any genre - Ludwig van Beethoven, and his music will be at the centre of Music for Galway's annual mid-winter festival.
MUSIC BY SWEDISH and Irish composers will be the stuff of the ConTempo Quartet's upcoming concerts in Galway city throughout the first week of December.
MUSIC FOR Galway has announced its ambitious and expansive 39th Season, unfurling its music programme for Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture, and its Bookends autumn concert series.
PORTUMNA WILL play host to four days of theatre, music, literature, film, visual art, family-friendly events, and a schools programme, when the south Galway town hots the Shorelines Arts Festival.
'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.