Monday July 6, 2020

Festival offers a true feast for orchestra lovers

28th June, 2015
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John Wilson, conductor, with the RTE National Symphony Orchestra for the Galway International Arts Festival

The City of the Tribes, as we all know, is big into festivals and does not stint in time or energy when getting its acts together. Take the forthcoming Galway International Arts Festival on July 13-26, a lengthy beano that could buckle even the most hardened culture vultures – even before they arrive.

There is far too much taking place over the fortnight to get into specifics on arts and literary events, but we can...

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