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Once again August brings a musical treat as Dublin City Council puts on a series of musical events on the North Side of the city; and once again we are delighted to play host to two of the concerts.

 

The Dublin Guitar Quartet

Thursday 4th August at 8pm in St. Canice’s Church, Finglas

www.dublinguitarquartet.com

Brian Bolger, Pat Brunnock, Cian O Hara and Michael O’Toole (guitars).The Dublin Guitar Quartet is a Quartet with difference. The structure of the group is unique in that members play eight-string and eleven string guitars. This increases the available note range enabling the quartet to develop an entirely new repertoire for the guitar quartet medium and produce arrangements that would be impossible for standard guitar quartets.

 

Celtic Rose

Thursday 18th August at 8pm  in St. Pappan’s Church Santry

 


www.celticrose.ie

Celtic Rose is a unique and versatile musical ensemble combining the talent
and experience of some of Irelands foremost musicians and soloists.
At its core are concert harpist Aisling Ennis, violinist and pianist Mary McCague and soprano Emer Barry.

 

Admission to the concerts is FREE but seats should be pre-booked by ringing ARTSCOPE at 01-5059582 (office hours).

All information from www.dublincity.ie/RecreationandCulture/ArtsOffice

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This coming Sunday 31st July is St Pappan’s Day, and we will have a united Eucharist in Santry at 10 a.m. There will be no service in either Glasnevin or Finglas.

 

Almighty Father, you have built up your Church through the love and devotion of your saints: inspire us to follow the example of our founder Saint Pappan, whom we commemorate today, that we in our generation may rejoice with him in the vision of your glory; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

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