Sunday May 31, 2020

Classical Notes

Black Angels in Galway church

17th July, 2010

* Since arriving in Ireland as post Ceausescu musicians in 2003, Romania’s ConTempo Quartet have been at the heart of classical music in the west of Ireland - a region internationally associated with flying fiddles and beating bodhráns.

ConTempo have succeeded in spreading the gospel of Bach and Beethoven side by side with the region’s Irish music heritage in their role as Galway Music Residency. Now the group will achieve ‘‘a dream come...

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