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Tony Clay­ton-Lea tclay­ton­lea@irish­times.com

FRI­DAY MAY 1 BELFAST

The Stran­glers Vet­eran punk rock­ers still shak­ing it up. As part of CQAF 2015. Fes­ti­val Mar­quee 8pm £20 cqaf.com

Josh Rouse Ne­braska singer-song­writer plugs new al­bum, The Em­bers of Time. As part of CQAF 2015. Black Box 8pm £12 cqaf.com

CLARE

The Rails Much ad­mired UK folk/pop/rock duo on tour, as they plug their lat­est al­bum,

Fair Warn­ing. Grey­hound Bar, Kil­kee 9pm 110 Also Sat, Cork; Sun/Mon, Kilkenny

DUBLIN

Moon Duo San Fran­cisco duo Ri­p­ley John­son and Sanae Ya­mada. Think mes­meric space rock mul­ti­plied by what­ever num­ber en­ters your head. The Work­man’s Club 8pm 112 the­work­man­sclub.com Also Sat, Done­gal

The Char­la­tans UK band still charm­ing the pants off peo­ple of a cer­tain age. Academy 8pm

130 thea­cade­my­dublin.com Also Sat, Belfast

Blues HQ Ex­pect tra­di­tional elec­tric to pro­gres­sive acous­tic blues from a bunch of gen­uine pro­fes­sion­als. JJ Smyths 9pm

110 jjs­myths.com

Dar­ling Dublin duo Gary Harding and James McGuire aim­ing for an even bet­ter time in 2015. Whe­lan’s 8pm 113.50 whe­lanslive.com

GAL­WAY

Le Galaxie Ir­ish elec­tro band plug ac­claimed new al­bum Le

Club. Róisín Dubh 9pm 112.50 roisin­dubh.net Also Sat, Lim­er­ick; Sun, Cork; Thurs, Belfast

KILKENNY

Cale Tyson Nashville song­writer con­tin­ues the le­gacy of Gram Par­sons and Guy Clark, to name but two. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Billy Byrnes 7pm 112 kilken­ny­roots.ie

Sons of Bill Townes Van Zandt? Early R.E.M.? Or Pink Floyd with a roots sen­si­bil­ity? As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Cleere’s 10.30pm 112 (sold out) kilken­ny­roots.ie

LIM­ER­ICK

The Twi­light Sad Scot­tish indie band – go see. Dolan’s Up­stairs 8pm 110 dolans.ie Also Sat, Dublin

LOUTH

Van­tas­ti­val 2015 Fam­i­lyfriendly three-day event fes­ti­val fea­tures the likes of Deloren­tos, Goldie Lookin Chain, RSAG, Jinx Len­non, The Flaws, Rack­house Pil­fer, I’m your Vinyl, and many more. Bel­lur­gan Park 1pm 195/ 145 van­tas­ti­val.com

WATER­FORD

the Sur­face is the very fine new al­bum from this Ir­ish band – check ‘em out, and tell ‘em The

Ticket sent you. Shortts 8pm 115 Also Sat, Cork

SATUR­DAY 2

BELFAST

Calex­ico See Seven Days. The Lime­light 7pm £22.50 lime­light­belfast.com Also Sun, Kilkenny; Mon, Dublin

The Char­la­tans See Fri­day, Dublin. As part of CQAF 2015. Fes­ti­val Mar­quee 8pm £20 cqaf.com

CORK

Sinead O’Con­nor Ire­land’s most hon­est song­writer? Reckon so. Opera House 8pm

139 cork­op­er­a­house.ie

The Rails See Fri­day, Clare. Sir­ius Arts Cen­tre, Cobh 7.45pm 115 sir­iusarts­cen­tre.ie Also Sun/Mon, Kilkenny

Ham­sand­wicH See Fri­day, Water­ford. Cyprus Av­enue 9pm 115 cyprusav­enue.ie

DONE­GAL

Moon Duo See Fri­day, Dublin. Dis­torted Per­spec­tive, Let­terkenny 8pm 114

DUBLIN

Roswell 56 The best in US blues as well as orig­i­nal songs and jazz/blues in­stru­men­tals cour­tesy of Dick Far­relly. JJ Smyths 9pm 110 jjs­myths.com

Pierce Turner Say hello to an Ir­ish mu­si­cian who has no fear of cre­ative ex­plor­ing. Seamus En­nis Cul­tural Cen­tre, The Naul 7.30pm 120/118 sea­musen­nis­cen­tre.com The Man­hat­tan Trans­fer Renowned vo­cal group make a rare ap­pear­ance in Dublin. Na­tional Con­cert Hall 8pm

155/130 nch.ie

The Twi­light Sad See Fri­day, Lim­er­ick. Whe­lan’s 8pm 117 whe­lanslive.com

Twin At­lantic Glaswe­gian hard rock band – ear plugs alert! Academy 8pm 116 thea­cade­my­dublin.com

GAL­WAY

Lucy Sprag­gan The X Fac­tor con­tes­tant who got sick and re­fused to re­turn? New al­bum,

We Are, chan­nels Kirsty MacColl like no one’s busi­ness. A good thing. Róisín Dubh 8pm

116 roisin­dubh.net Also Sun, Dublin

KILKENNY

Pete Cum­mins Trusty roots/ rock mu­si­cian de­liv­ers gutsy tunes across two gigs to­day. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Biddy Earlys 2pm Adm free; Cleeres 10pm Adm free kilken­ny­roots.com

Lee Bains III & the Glory

Fires Rag­ing rock’n’roots from US trou­ble­mak­ers. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Set Theatre 10pm 115 kilken­ny­roots.com Also Sun, Kilkenny

The Barr Broth­ers Inspiring Amer­i­cana from North US band. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Cleere’s 8pm 115 (sold out) kilken­ny­roots.com Also Sun, Kilkenny

LIM­ER­ICK

Le Galaxie See Fri­day, Gal­way. Dolan’s Ware­house 8pm 110 dolans.ie Also Sun, Cork; Thurs, Belfast

LOUTH

Grit, Noise and Revo­lu­tion – an evening with Wayne Kramer One-time mem­ber of pi­o­neer­ing proto punk band MC5 will per­form acous­tic and elec­tric sets, as well as par­tic­i­pate in an in-depth Q&A with yours truly. As part of Drogheda Arts Fes­ti­val. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Drogheda 9pm 118/116 droghedaarts­fes­ti­val.ie

SUN­DAY 3 BELFAST

Public Ser­vice Broad­cast

ing Uk duo much en­am­oured with sound col­lage, spooky spo­ken word, and at­mo­spheric elec­tron­ica. Man­dela Hall 7pm £16 man­de­la­hall.com Also Tues, Dublin

CORK

Le Galaxie See Fri­day, Gal­way. Cyprus Av­enue 9pm

113.50 cyprusav­enue.ie Also Thurs, Belfast

Colleen French multi-in­stru­men­tal­ist Ce­cile Schott teams up with spe­cial guest Caoimhín Ó Raghal­laigh for a once-off date on her Euro­pean tour. Opera House 8pm 117.50 cork­op­er­a­house.ie

DUBLIN

Hot Choco­late Im­mensely suc­cess­ful UK pop band. Spe­cial guests are The Three De­grees. Vicar St 7.30pm 145 vi­carstreet.ie

Lucy Sprag­gan See Satur­day, Gal­way. Whe­lan’s 8pm 118 whe­lanslive.com

KILKENNY

The Barr Broth­ers See Satur­day, Kilkenny. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Cleere’s 1pm 115 (sold out) kilken­ny­roots.com

Calex­ico See Seven Days. See Satur­day, Belfast. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Set Theatre 10pm 128 (sold out) kilken­ny­roots.com Also Mon, Dublin

The Rails See Fri­day, Clare. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. The Pumphouse 6pm 112 kilken­ny­roots.com Also Mon, Kilkenny

Lee Bains III & the Glory

Fires See Satur­day, Kilkenny. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Kytel­ers 8.30pm 115 kilken­ny­roots.com

LIM­ER­ICK

Hud­son Tay­lor Ir­ish broth­ers in arms and in mu­sic – say hello to much-drooled-over pop/rock act. Big Top 7pm 123 dolans.ie

LOUTH

Wolf­gang Flur - Musik

Sol­dat See Seven Days. As part of Drogheda Arts Fes­ti­val. West­ern Re­tail Park, Drogheda 10.30pm 125 droghedaarts­fes­ti­val.ie

MON­DAY 4 BELFAST

Take That See Seven Days. Odyssey Arena 8pm £90/£70/ £60 odysse­yarena.com Also Tues, Belfast

The Staves Sis­ter trio from the UK – think gor­geous har­monies and solid tune­smith­ery. As part of CQAF 2015. Fes­ti­val Mar­quee 8pm £12 cqaf.com Also Thurs, Cork

DUBLIN

The Pop Group See Seven Days. Whe­lan’s 8pm 120 whe­lanslive.com

Calex­ico See Seven Days. See Satur­day, Belfast. Olympia theatre 8pm 127 olympia.ie

Pu­rity Ring Canadian duo pro­mote their new al­bum,

An­other Eter­nity. But­ton Fac­tory 7.30pm 120 but­ton­fac­tory.ie

KILKENNY

The Rails See Fri­day, Clare. As part of Kilkenny Roots Fes­ti­val. Cleere’s 4pm 112 kilken­ny­roots.com

LOUTH

Solo at Beaulieu Mu­si­cian SJ McAr­dle cu­rates an af­ter­noon of alt.pop/folk singing-song­writ­ing, with guests Miss Paula Fylnn, Drawn by Dogs, and The Voice Squad’s Gerry Cullen. As part of Drogheda Arts Fes­ti­val. St Brigid’s Chapel, Beaulieu, Drogheda 1pm Adm free (limited avail­abil­ity) droghedaarts­fes­ti­val.ie

TUES­DAY 5 BELFAST

Take That See Seven Days. Odyssey Arena 8pm £90/£70/ £60 odysse­yarena.com

Bassekou Kouy­ate & Ngoni

Ba Grammy nom­i­nated African mu­si­cian pre­mieres his new al­bum, Ba Power. As part of CQAF 2015. Fes­ti­val Mar­quee 8pm £15/£12 cqaf.com

The Lost Broth­ers Ir­ish roots/pop duo – highly re­garded. Spe­cial guest is Malojian. As part of CQAF 2015. Black Box 8pm £10 cqaf.com

DUBLIN

Public Ser­vice Broad­cast­ing See Sun­day, Belfast. But­ton Fac­tory 7.30pm 115 but­ton­fac­tory.ie

WED­NES­DAY 6 BELFAST

Bryan Ferry The only Ir­ish date on his cur­rent tour for the man who named his most re­cent stu­dio al­bum af­ter a brand of milk (that’d be Avon­more). Wa­ter­front Hall 7pm £32 (sold out) wa­ter­front.co.uk

Luka Bloom Ir­ish singer-song­writer of no small re­pute. As part of CQAF 2015. Black Box 8pm £13 cqaf.com

DUBLIN

Kate Miller-Hei­dke Aussie singer and song­writer launches new stu­dio al­bum, O Ver­tigo! Sugar Club 8pm 114 the­sug­ar­club.com Also Thurs, Cork

Tops Mon­treal band adept at de­liv­er­ing raw punk fused with bur­nished pop. Whe­lan’s 8pm

113 whe­lanslive.com

THURS­DAY 7 BELFAST

Peter Brod­er­ick Indie US singer-song­writer per­forms tunes from his new al­bum, Colours of the Night. As part of CQAF 2015. McHugh’s Base­ment 8pm £8 cqaf.com

Le Galaxie See Fri­day, Gal­way. As part of CQAF 2015. Aether & Echo 8pm £8 cqaf.com

CORK

The Staves See Mon­day, Belfast. Every­man Palace Theatre 8pm 122 ev­ery­man­cork.com

Kate Miller-Hei­dke See Wed­nes­day, Dublin. Cyprus Av­enue 9pm 110 cyprusav­enue.ie

John Spil­lane Smart’n’solid Cork singer-song­writer. DeBar­ras, Clon­akilty 9pm 110 debarra.ie

DUBLIN

Laura Mar­ling See Seven Days. Olympia theatre 8pm

127 olympia.ie The Very Round Robin Tour Take three mu­sic acts (De­clan O’Rourke, Roesy, The Young Folk) and a round­table vibe, smoothyl mix, and present with a side or­der of laugh­ter. Voila! The Uni­tar­ian Church 8pm 110

LIM­ER­ICK

The Henry Sis­ters An­other op­por­tu­nity to get to hear smart folk/pop/roots from this sib­ling group. Dolan’s Up­stairs 8pm 115 dolans.ie

WEX­FORD

Sarah McQuaid US singer­song­writer con­tin­ues her Ir­ish tour in sup­port of her lat­est al­bum, Walk­ing Into White. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre 8.30pm

112/110 wex­for­darts­cen­tre.ie Cor­mac Larkin clarkin@irish­times.com

FRI 01 WICK­LOW

Francesco Tur­risi’s Taquín

Ex­per­i­ments Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days Town Hall, Main st., 6.30pm, 110, bray­jazz.com

Dublin City Jazz Orches­tra/Lau­ren Kin­sella/Laura Jurd/Pete

Churchill Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main st., 8pm, 125, bray­jazz.com

Bunk Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. May 1-3, var­i­ous venues, bray­jazz.com

SAT 02 DUBLIN

Man­hat­tan Trans­fer See Seven Days. NCH, Earls­fort tce, 8pm, 155/ 30, nch.ie

WICK­LOW

Francesco Tur­risi Quar­tet Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Har­bour Stage, Sea Front, 3pm, No CC, bray­jazz.com

The CEO Ex­per­i­ment Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Har­bour Stage, Sea Front, 8pm, Adm free­bray­jazz.com

Ed Motta Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main st., 8pm, 125, bray­jazz.com

But­ter & Guests Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Har­bour Stage, Sea Front, 10pm, Adm free, bray­jazz.com

SUN 03 DUBLIN

Louis Ste­wart Quar­tet The in­com­pa­ra­ble gui­tarist with his cur­rent quar­tet JJ Smyths, Aungier st., 5pm,

110, jjs­myths.com

WICK­LOW

Nick Roth Quar­tet Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Har­bour Stage, Sea Front, 3pm, Adm free, bray­jazz.com

Re:Elling­ton Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Har­bour Stage, Sea Front, 8pm, Adm free, bray­jazz.com

Sue Ryn­hart Duo Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Town Hall, Main st., 6.30pm,

110, bray­jazz.com

Am­brose Ak­in­musire

Quar­tet Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main st, 8pm, 125, bray­jazz.com

Ha­vana Che Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Martello@Mid­night, Sea Front, 12.15am, 110

MON 04 WICK­LOW

Square Pegs Bray Jazz Fes­ti­val: See Seven Days. Har­bour Stage, Bray Sea Front, 10pm, Adm free, bray­jazz.com

TUE 05 DUBLIN

New­park Grad­jazz Fes­ti­val See Seven Days. Kevin Barry Room, NCH, 6.30pm, Adm free, face­book.com/new­park­grad­fest

WED 06 DUBLIN

New­park Grad­jazz Fes­ti­val See Seven Days. Kevin Barry Room, NCH, 4.30pm, Adm free, face­book.com/new­park­grad­fest

THU 07 DUBLIN

New­park Grad­jazz Fes­ti­val See Seven Days Kevin Barry Room, NCH, 3.30pm, No CC, face­book.com/new­park­grad­fest Siob­han Long slong@irish­times.com

FRI­DAY 1 CORK

Ré See Seven Days. Triskel Arts Cen­tre, Cork 8pm 120 tunesinthechurch.com Also Sat, Kerry; Sun, Cork; Mon, Kerry; Tues, Kerry; Wed, Gal­way; Thurs, Mayo

Tim Den­nehy Monthly gath­er­ing of Sk­ib­bereen Singers’ Club with host Aine Meirb­hic, fea­tures fine Kerry singer Den­nehy. Cor­ner Bar, Sk­ib­bereen 9,30pm Vol­un­tary con­tri­bu­tion 086-8530459

DUBLIN

Jerry O’Reilly, Fer­gus Rus­sell, Frank Nu­gent and

friends Weekly singing club. An Góilín, The Teach­ers’ Club, Par­nell Square 9.30pm 13 goilin.com

WEX­FORD

Caitlín and Ciarán See Seven Days. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre 8pm 115/112 wex­for­darts­cen­tre.ie Also Mon, Kerry; Tues, Cork; Wed, Kerry.

WICK­LOW

KílaThe full throt­tle band gather for a per­for­mance close to home. Hot Spot Mu­sic Club, above Beach House pub, Grey­stones Har­bour 9pm

117/115 the­hotspot.ie

SATUR­DAY 2 KERRY

Ré See Seven Days. St. James’ Church, Din­gle 8pm 116.50

tunesinthechurch.com Also Sun, Cork; Mon, Kerry; Tues, Kerry; Wed, Gal­way; Thurs, Mayo

SUN­DAY 3 CORK

Ré See Seven Days. St. Bren­dan’s Church, Bantry 8pm

120 tunesinthechurch.com Also Mon, Kerry; Tues, Kerry; Wed, Gal­way; Thurs, Mayo

MON­DAY 4 KERRY

Ré See Seven Days. St. Mary’s Church, Kil­lar­ney 8pm 120 tunesinthechurch.com Also Tues, Kerry; Wed, Gal­way; Thurs, Mayo

Caitlín and Ciarán See Seven Days. An Díseart, Din­gle 8pm

112 an­dis­eart.ie Also Tues, Cork; Wed, Kerry;

TUES­DAY 5 CORK

Caitlín and Ciarán See Seven Days. The Every­man Palace 8pm 112 ev­ery­man­cork.com Also Wed, Kerry; Thurs, Lim­er­ick

DUBLIN

John McKenna, Paul Bradley, Der­mot Byrne and Der­mot McLaugh­lin Ro­bust gath­er­ing of mu­si­cians fea­tur­ing pipes, fid­dle and ac­cor­dion: all guests of Na Píobairí Uil­leann’s monthly Ses­sion with the Pipers. The Cob­ble­stone 9.30pm 112/18 pipers.ie

KERRY

Ré See Seven Days. John The Bap­tist Church, Valen­tia 8pm

120 tunesinthechurch.com Also Wed, Gal­way; Thurs, Mayo

WED­NES­DAY 6 GAL­WAY

Ré See Seven Days. St. Ni­cholas’ Col­le­giate Church 8pm 120 tunesinthechurch.com Also Thurs, Mayo

KERRY

Caitlin and Ciarán See Seven Days. St John’s Arts Cen­tre, Lis­towel 8pm 112/110 stjohn­sthe­atrelis­towel.com Also Thurs, Lim­er­ick

LEITRIM

April Verch Band See Seven Days. The Dock, Car­rick On Shan­non 8.30pm 115/112 the­dock.ie Also Thurs, Kerry

THURS­DAY 7 CAR­LOW

Andy Irvine and Dó­nal Lunny

Two of the most con­sis­tent, cre­ative forces in tra­di­tional/folk mu­sic. Vis­ual, Old Dublin Road 8pm

125 vi­su­al­car­low.ie

CORK

Der­mot McLaugh­lin and

Der­mot Byrne Two fine Done­gal mu­si­cians on fid­dle and ac­cor­dion open this year’s mag­i­cal Bal­ti­more Fid­dle Fair. Dún na Séad Cas­tle 8.30pm Sold Out fid­dle­fair.com

KERRY

April Verch Band See Seven Days. St. John’s Arts Cen­tre, Lis­towel 8pm 112/110 mu­sic­net­work.ie

LIM­ER­ICK

Caitlín and Ciarán See Seven Days. Lime Tree Theatre 8pm

112 lime­treethe­atre.ie

MAYO

Ré See Seven Days. The Holy Trinity, West­port 8pm 120 tunesinthechurch.com

CLAS­SI­CAL

Michael Der­van mder­van@irish­times.com

FRI­DAY 1 BELFAST

Ul­ster Hall

Colm Carey (or­gan). Simon Pre­ston: Al­leluias; Men­delssohn: Pre­lude and Fugue in C mi­nor; David Coo­nan: Je­sus Chris­tus, unser Hei­land; Men­delssohn: Pre­lude and Fugue in F mi­nor; Calvin Hamp­ton: Five Dances for Or­gan (exc). 1pm £5 048-90334455

Ul­ster Hall Guy John­ston (cello), UO/JoAnn Fal­letta. Mus­sorgsky/Rim­sky-Kor­sakov: Dawn on the Moskva River; John Tavener: The Pro­tect­ing Veil; Men­delssohn: Sym­phony No 3 (Scot­tish). 7.45pm £10-£25

DUBLIN

NCH David Adams (or­gan). Mozart: Over­ture in C K399; An­dante in F K616; Stravin­sky/van der Meij: Sym­phonies of Wind In­stru­ments; Mozart: Ada­gio and Fugue in C mi­nor. 6.45pm Adm free 01-4170000

NCH Pre-con­cert con­ver­sa­tion with David Py­att, Vladimir Altschuler and John Fin­u­cane. 7pm Adm free 01-4170000

NCH David Py­att (horn), RTÉ NSO/Vladimir Altschuler. Tchaikovsky: Ser­e­nade for Strings; Mozart: Horn Con­certo No 1; Strauss: Horn Con­certo No 1; Shostakovich: Sym­phony No 1. 8pm 112-135 01-4170000

CORK

Triskel Christchurch, Cork Read­ing Phoenix Choir/David Crown, The Chanterelles/ Shirley Court. 1.10pm Adm free St Fin Barre’s Cathe­dral, Cork

James Tay­lor (or­gan). Krebs, Reincken, Walther, Jon­gen, H An­driessen, Cogen, Du­ru­flé. 1.10pm Adm free CIT Cork School of Mu­sic, Cork

Cham­ber Choir Ire­land/Paul Hil­lier. Sem­i­nar on New Choral Mu­sic with Ian Wil­son, Eoghan Des­mond, Rhona Clarke. 2pm Adm free St Fin Barre’s Cathe­dral, Cork

Cham­ber Choir Ire­land/Paul Hil­lier. Howard Skemp­ton: Rise up my love; Eoghan Des­mond: Mother Goose’s Melodies (first per­for­mance); Ian Wil­son: Slouch­ing To­wards Beth­le­hem (first per­for­mance); Carter: Mu­si­cians Wres­tle Ev­ery­where; plus Amer­i­can Shaker songs, Fa­sola Hymns & Fug­ing Tunes. 7.30pm 120 021-4501673

North Cathe­dral, Cork Vo­caMe. Evo­ca­tions. 10.30pm

115 021-4501673

KERRY

St Niall James’ Val­lely, Church, Van­brugh Din­gle String Quar­tet.Quar­tet No Sean3 (The Do­herty: Devil’s Dream); Niall Val­lely: The Red Tree; Dave Flynn: The Cran­ning; Peter Schick­ele: Quar­tet No 1 (Amer­i­can Dreams). 7pm 115 087-3467632

LOUTH Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Drogheda Jos van Kan (direc­tor), Michiel Voet (designer), Ties Mellema (sax­o­phone). Ian Wil­son: The End of De­sire. 8.30pm 115 041-9833946

SLIGO St Columba’s Church, Drum­cliffe Vogler String Quar­tet., Trio Imàge, Tat­jana Ma­surenko (vi­ola). Haydn: Em­peror Quar­tet; Schu­mann: Pi­ano Trio in D mi­nor Op 63; Dvo­rak: String Quin­tet in E flat Op 97. 8pm 125 01-5059482

SATUR­DAY 2

CORK

City Hall, Cork Cork In­ter­na­tional Choral Fes­ti­val Na­tional Open Com­pe­ti­tions. 10am 15 021-4501673 CIT Cork School of Mu­sic, Cork Laure Gier­sch (vi­o­lin), CSM Cham­ber Orches­tra/ Ge­of­frey Spratt. Mozart: Vi­o­lin Con­certo No 3; Sym­phony No 25. 1.10pm Adm free

Triskel Christchurch, Cork Ir­ish Youth Choir/Greg Beard­sell. Heav­enly Bod­ies. 1.30pm 110 021-4501673 St Anne’s Church, Shan­don,

Cork Sonic Vigil — Im­pro­vi­sa­tion and Sound Art, with Christina Ku­bisch, Hein Schoer, Arif Ayab, David Bremner, Mikael Fern­strom, John God­frey, Paul He­garty, An­thony Kelly, Danny McCarthy, miXile, Harry Moore, Irene Mur­phy, Katie O’Looney, Mick O’Shea, Robin Par­mar, Karen Power, Caro­line Pugh, Nick Roth, David Stalling, Sean Tay­lor . 2pm-8pm 15

City Hall, Cork In­ter­na­tional Fleis­chmann Gala. 3pm, 8pm

110-125 021-4501673

GAL­WAY St Ni­cholas Col­le­giate Church, Gal­way Mairead Ber­rill (pre­sen­ter), Con­Tempo String Quar­tet. Beethoven: Quar­tet in F Op 18 No 1; Quar­tet in A mi­nor Op 132. 7.30pm 110 091-586706

KERRY

St James’ Church, Din­gle

Vo­caMe. 5.30pm 115

LOUTH St Peter’s Church (CofI), Drogheda Marino For­menti (pi­ano). Kurtág’s. Ghosts. 8pm

110 041-9833946

SLIGO St Columba’s Church, Drum­cliffe Trio Imàge, Aoife Ní Bhríain (vi­o­lin), Vogler String Quar­tet. Haydn: Trio in E flat Hob XV 31; Poulenc: Vi­o­lin Sonata; Beethoven: Quar­tet in F Op 18 No 1. 3pm 115 01-5059482 St Columba’s Church, Drum­cliffe Arioso String Quar­tet, Me­sefe String Quar­tet. Nielsen: Quar­tet in G mi­nor Op 13; Shostakovich:

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