Castleknock Music Festival

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Castleknock Music Festival

St. Brigid's Church of Ireland, Monday 20th May - Sunday 26th May 2019

Supported by Fingal County Council, the 2019 Castleknock Music Festival will bring leading Irish and International musicians to Castleknock to play for the public in its main venue, St.Brigid’s Church.
A key element of the 2019 programme will be the introduction of the junior competitions and master-classes with the renowned musicians to the festival's programme

Classical, Jazz, Romance and various contemporary music styles will all be represented at the Castleknock Music Festival and will give its audience the chance to hear the works of eminent Irish composers. By incorporating the competitions and master-classes into its programme, it will also give young Irish artists the opportunity to show their talents in public.

Music is a powerful instrument of cultural integration and celebration, ideal for the ethnically diverse community of Castleknock. Participation in the Castleknock Musical Festival is a leading step in the pursuit of excellence for families and young people, given the combined discipline and creativity that music demands. But at its core, the Castleknock Musical Festival is about passion – passion for the genius of music which has the power to move and inspire creative participation, like no other medium.


Date:
Monday 20th May - Sunday 26th May 2019
Time:
Varies
Price:
€10 - €20
Address:
Saint Brigids Church of Ireland, Castleknock Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15, Ireland

Google Map of Saint Brigids Church of Ireland, Castleknock Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15, Ireland

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