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West of Ireland musical and dancing talent showcased at children’s arts festival

Wednesday, 13th September, 2017 10:20am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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West of Ireland musical and dancing talent showcased at children’s arts festival

Photo: Andrew Downes

West of Ireland musical and dancing talent showcased at children’s arts festival

Photo: Andrew Downes

By Siobhán Holliman

 


PERFORMANCES from some of the most talented young musicians and dancers in the West of Ireland will be among the highlights of this year's Baboro International Arts Festival for Children in Galway next month.

Catching Waves is a show suitable for all ages and will feature music from Sym-Phonic Waves and dancers from Youth Ballet. Sym-Phonic Waves is the West of Ireland's new youth orchestra and as part of the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture programme will see the orchestra grow to a full symphony orchestra.
Baboró runs from October 16-22 and will feature colourful and energetic shows for children of all ages, storytelling, creative workshops and beautiful visual art displays.
The Peter Pan Experience is a quirky, high-energy show about rediscovering the joys of play while Bounce from a company in France, is a sensitive and funny dance show featuring live music with plenty of climbing, playing, dancing and singing.

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