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Classical Preview: Galway’s season of curvaceous cellos

The beauty of the cello in its various forms.

21st September, 2014
Cellist Daniel Muller-Schott.

The beauty of the cello in its various forms – even physical – all its forms is the focus for Music for Galway’s 34th season which opens on September 30 at the Taibhdhearc.

Entitled Cellisissimo, each concert will feature some aspect of the cello. Expect some surprises as artistic director Finghin Collins seemed besotted when he waxed lyrical about “this fabulously versatile instrument with its extensive range, noble sound and curvaceous body’’....

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