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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.
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.
TWO PIECES of music, both written in France during WWI, will be performed by Duo Chagall at a lunchtime Music For Galway concert entitled Notes from the Great War: French Chamber Music from 1917.
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.
MUSIC BY Schubert, Boccherini and Dohnanyi will be heard when the ensemble Musici Ireland play the Hotel Meyrick’s Oyster Bar on Thursday February 11 at 1.05pm.
RICHARD HAWLEY, one of Britain's finest contemporary songwriters, has announced a major Galway show for the New Year, as part of his forthcoming British and Irish tour in support of his latest album Hollow Meadows.
A LUNCHTIME date with the music of Beethoven, Chopin and Bartok beckons with next week's Music For Galway lunchtime show, featuring a rising star of Irish classical piano, Fiachra Garvey.
AN UNCONVENTIONAL musical journey from Russian composer Alexander Borodin to American jazz singer Billy Holliday can be expected at a forthcoming concert from musical siblings Naomi and Matthew Berrill.