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DUBLIN

Pre-con­cert con­ver­sa­tion with Martin John­son and Ken­neth Mont­gomery. 7pm Adm free 01-4170000

Martin John­son (cello), RTÉ NSO/Ken­neth Mont­gomery. Men­delssohn: Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream Over­ture; Frank Cor­co­ran: Cello Con­certo (first per­for­mance); Beethoven: Sym­phony No 6 (Pas­toral). 8pm 01-4170000

Re­becca Rodgers, An­gela Val­lone (so­pra­nos), Avery Amereau (mezzo so­prano), An­drew Gavin, Miles Mykka­nen (tenor), Peter Man­ning (bari­tone), Dearbhla Máire Collins, Wil­liam Kel­ley (pi­ano), Sa­muel Lilja, Rachel O’Byrne (ac­tors), Iain Burn­side, Conor Han­ratty (di­rec­tors). Ten Thou­sand Miles Away. 8pm Also Sat

LIM­ER­ICK

Geral­dine O’Grady, Oon­agh Keogh (vi­o­lins), Ruad­han Keogh-Daly, Aoivhin Keogh-Daly, Des Keogh (pre­sen­ter), Mar­garet O’Sul­li­van (pi­ano). 8pm 063-98727

WICK­LOW

Rachel Croash (so­prano), David Tobin (vi­o­lin), Nadene Fioren­tini (pi­ano). Love, Loss and Friend­ship — The mu­sic of Jo­hannes Brahms, Robert & Clara Schu­mann. 8pm 01-2818228

SATUR­DAY 14 DUBLIN

Acade­mos/Kather­ine Hunka (vi­o­lin). Strauss: Me­ta­mor­pho­sen. 2pm Adm free

Ten Thou­sand Miles Away. See Fri­day. 3pm, 8pm

GAL­WAY

Alex Petcu (per­cus­sion), Con­Tempo String Quar­tet. Keiko Abe: Dream of the Cherry Blos­som; Eve­lyn Glen­nie: A Lit­tle Prayer; Os­valdo Goli­jov: Mariel; Arvo Pärt: Fra­tres; Sam Perkin: Pre­lude and Fugue; Pi­az­zolla: Four for Tango; Ney Rosauro: Marimba Con­certo No 1; Joseph Sch­want­ner: Ve­loc­i­ties. 8pm 091-705962

SUN­DAY 15 DUBLIN

David O’Shea (or­gan), Cas­tle Con­sort. Boyce: O where shall wis­dom be found; Croft: O Lord, thou hast searched me out; Greene: Lord, let me know mine end; Stevenson: O Lord our Gover­nor; Te Deum; Men­delssohn: Judge me, O God; Hear my prayer; Robin­son: Bow down thine ear; Ste­wart: Thou O God Art Praised in Zion. 7.30pm

WED­NES­DAY 18 BELFAST

UO/Maxime Torte­lier. Gersh­win: Cuban Over­ture; Lili Boulanger: D’un soir triste; D’un matin de print­emps; Trim­ble: Suite for strings; Gi­nastera: Es­tan­cia Suite. 1.05pm Adm free 0044-3709011227

DUBLIN

In­sights — Talk by Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­times.com

BELFAST

A rich mix of work­shops, sto­ry­telling and per­for­mances for ba­bies, tod­dlers and chil­dren upt to aged 12. Var­i­ous venues in Belfast, Fri, var­i­ous venues and times. Ends March 13 youn­gatart.co.uk

DUBLIN

Award-win­ning ac­tor Amy Con­roy is the writer and Vir­ginia Kerr on On Wings of Song: Mu­sic and the Lyric Poet. 6.45pm

Eld­b­jørg Hem­s­ing (vi­o­lin), RTÉCO/John Wil­son. We­ber: Oberon Over­ture; Delius: Sum­mer Night on the River; Men­delssohn: Vi­o­lin Con­certo; El­gar: Enigma Vari­a­tions. 8pm

01-4170000

LIM­ER­ICK

He­len Houli­han (so­prano), Irina Der­nova (pi­ano). Per­golesi: Se tu m’ami; Mar­cell: Quell fi­amma che m’ac­cend; Du­rante: Danza, danza, fan­ci­ulla gen­tile; Haydn: She never told her love; Ravel: Cinq mélodies pop­u­laires grec­ques; Quilter: To daisies; Mu­sic, when soft voices die; Fair house of joy. 1.15pm Adm free 061-310293

THURS­DAY 19 BELFAST

An­nette Krebs. 1.10pm Adm free 048-90975337

CORK

Joanna Mac­Gre­gor (pi­ano). Bach: Pre­lude and Fugue in C BWV846; Shostakovich: Pre­lude and Fugue in C; Bach: Pre­lude and Fugue in C mi­nor BWV847; Shostakovich: Preludes and Fugues in E flat and D flat; Chopin Mazurkas Op 6 No 1 in F sharp mi­nor; Op 17 No 2 in E mi­nor; Op 59 No 2 in A flat; Op 30 No 3 in D flat; Op 17 No 4; in A mi­nor; Op 50 No 3 in C sharp mi­nor; Conor Line­han: New work; Ives: The Al­cotts; Th­elo­nius Monk: Monk’s Point; trad: Deep River; Prof Long­hair: Big Chief; Trad: Ain’t no grave gonna hold my body down; Pi­az­zolla/Mac­Gre­gor: Tangue­dia; Buenos Aires Hora Cero; Mi­longa del An­gel; Lib­er­tango. 8pm

DUBLIN

Uni­ver­sity of Dublin Choral So­ci­ety/David Leigh. Verdi: Re­quiem. 8pm 01-4170000[/LISTLIGHT] Ai­dan Dunne adunne@irish­times.com

AR­MAGH

A Fukushima and Por­ta­d­own cul­tural ex­change group ex­hi­bi­tion, cu­rated by Yumi Song and Shiro Ma­suyama. Mil­len­nium Court Arts Cen­tre, Wil­liam St, Por­ta­d­own Un­til May 2 mil­len­ni­um­court.org

BELFAST

Sur­vey in­clud­ing re­cent work by the pi­o­neer­ing per­for­mance artist known for his gritty en­gage­ment with so­cial and po­lit­i­cal is­sues over his 60-year ca­reer. The MAC, 10 Ex­change St West Un­til Apr 26 themaclive.com

Am­bi­gu­ity and nega­tion in work by David Crone, John Dowl­ing, Nuala Gre­gory, Wil­lie Heron, Tony Hill and cu­ra­tor Micky Donnelly. Fen­deresky Gallery, 31 North St Un­til Apr 11

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CAR­LOW

Mul­ti­screen film by Clare Lan­gan (Un­til May 3) Cos­mic Dust: Art, science and the spir­i­tual ex­plored in a group show cu­rated by Emma-Lucy O’ Brien (Un­til May 17) VIS­UAL Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Old Dublin Road, Car­low vi­su­al­car­low.ie

CLARE

126 Mem­bers Show on so­cial and tech­no­log­i­cal anx­i­eties. Bur­ren Col­lege of Art, New­town Cas­tle, Bal­ly­vaughan Un­til Mar 28 bur­ren­col­lege.ie

CORK

A project by Marie Fo­ley, cu­rated by Jobst Graeve. Link Gallery, Triskel Arts Cen­tre Un­til Nov 2015 triske­larts­cen­tre.ie Mex­i­can tex­tile artists Yosi Anaya. CIT Wan­des­ford Quay Gallery Un­til Mar 28 ccad-re­search.org/gallery

Brian Dug­gan’s new short film based on a text writ­ten by a famer mur­dered dur­ing the John­son County War in 1882 Wy­oming. Craw­ford Art Gallery, Em­met Place Un­til Mar 30 craw­for­dart­gallery.ie

Cul­tural rem­nants in the land­scape in a group show with read­ings and record­ings cu­rated by Mi­randa Driscoll. With Sara Baume, Adrian Dun­can, Kevin Brew and Luke Clancy, He­len De­vitt, Ken­neth O’Hal­lo­ran and Jill Quigley. Sir­ius Arts Cen­tre, Cobh Un­til Mar 22 sir­iusaarts­cen­tre.ie Work by 62 artists. The Lavit Gallery, 5 Fa­ther Mathew St Un­til Mar 21 lav­it­gallery.com

DERRY/LON­DON­DERRY

Mark Wallinger and Maolíosa Boyle cu­rate a the­matic group show. Void, Pa­trick St der­ryvoid.com

DUBLIN

Wa­tery land­scapes by Geral­dine O’Reilly Hynes. Door­way Gallery, 24 South Fred­er­ick St Un­til Mar 26 the­do­or­way­gallery.com

Marie Brett’s project ex­plor­ing the sub­ject of preg­nancy and in­fant loss. The LAB, Fo­ley St Un­til Mar 28 the­lab.ie

Works from two pho­to­graphic projects by Tom Hunter. Green on Red Gallery, Park Lane, Sspencer Dock Un­til Mar 28 greenonredgallery.com

Four film works by the Ir­ish-born Turner Prize win­ner (Un­til Mar 29) Ir­ish Mu­seum of Mod­ern Art, The Royal Hos­pi­tal, Kil­main­ham imma.ie

Al­le­gor­i­cal paint­ings by Fifth year art stu­dents at St Michaels Holy Faith School Fin­glas trans­form the ubiq­ui­tous dec­o­ra­tive white plas­ter fig­urines. Axis Bal­ly­mun Un­til Mar 31 axis-bal­ly­mun.ie Track­ing ev­ery­thing, from heart­beats to heart­break. Science Gallery, Trinity Col­lege Un­til Apr 4 dublin.sci­ence­gallery.com

Paul Seawright’s pho­to­graphs chart up-close de­tails of ‘the land­scape of the con­victed and dis­pos­sessed’ in North Amer­ica. Ker­lin Gallery, Anne’s Lane, South Anne St Un­til Mar 21 ker­lin.ie

Re­cent work by Uri Aran. mother’s tanksta­tion, 41-43 Watling St, Ush­ers Is­land Un­til Mar 28 moth­er­stanksta­tion.com

13 artists, all women, all pain­ters, who are af­fli­iated with Dublin. Pal­las Projects, 115-117 The Coombe Un­til Mar 15 pal­laspro­jects.org De­pic­tions of Coun­terRe­for­ma­tion saints from the Gallery’s col­lec­tion (Un­til May 31) Lines of Vi­sion: Ir­ish Writ­ers at the Na­tional Gallery: 56 Ir­ish writ­ers re­spond to se­lected works from the col­lec­tion (Un­til Apr 12) Plus works from the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion. Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land na­tion­al­gallery.ie Pat­terns of en­coun­ter­ing artis­tic prac­tice’ in work by Paul Bok­slag, Sarah Browne, Gareth Kennedy, Sarah Lin­coln, Fiona McDonal and Stu­dio Weave, cu­rated by Rosie

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