Music in Kilkenny, in existence for more than twenty years, presents two seasons of concerts annually from September to May. We provide a performance platform for wold class artists from Ireland and abroad. our diverse programming includes classical music in all its forms: from medieval to contemporary, traditional Irish music, world music and Jazz. We benefit from the many beautiful venues throughout Kilkenny City and County.
Music in Kilkenny
Upcoming Live Concerts
- Sun, 11 SeptThe Concert Hall, ThomastownPrior to their performance of the same programme at the Varazdin Baroque Festival in Croatia, Camerata Kilkenny play Handel, Geminiani, Corelli/Dubourg and Scarlatti - music that was first heard in Dublin's concert halls during the 18th century when Handel visited and Geminiani lived in the city.
- Sun, 18 SeptThe Concert Hall, ThomastownTwo outstanding young musicians who are at present based in Vienna will play a mixed programme of well chosen solo and ensemble pieces from French, German, Russian and Polish composers.
- Sun, 09 OctThe Concert Hall, ThomastownThis extraordinary duo will showcase their incredible musicianship and virtuosity performing music by Beethoven, Respighi, Franck and a new Music Network commission by Irish composer John Buckley who will introduce and share his insights about the work directly before it's performance.
- Sun, 20 NovThe Parade Tower, Kilkenny CastleA stunning classical duo featuring Christian-Pierre La Marca, cello and Félicien Brut, accordion bring Music Network’s Autumn 2022 Season to a fantastic finish.
- Wed, 07 DecLocation is TBDFar Flung Trio with guests David Power uilleann pipes, Michael O'Toole guitar, Marja Gaynor violin and John Walsh guitarThis soirée style event promises to be a memorable occasion in a relaxed setting listening to some of Ireland's finest musicians perform their unique blend of great music from a variety of different genres.
- Sun, 18 DecThe Concert Hall, ThomastownChamber Choir Ireland and the award winning Irish Baroque Orchestra join forces under the baton of Peter Whelan for a first performance of Handel's Messiah in Thomastown. This will be a sell-out so buy your tickets early.
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