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Galway - Event Notice
Friday August 13 2010
09:00 PM

Cultural diversity album launch in Galway

category galway | arts and media | event notice author Monday August 09, 2010 23:35author by Shay Leon - Seanua

Seanua - Bringing cultures together through music

Seanua is a multicultural project based in the West of Ireland, featuring musicians from around thirty countries in the World.
Our 2nd album is about to be launched this Friday, 13th of August in Kelly's, Galway.
Free concert 3-5 outside Galway Museum.

Seanua is a multicultural project based in the West of Ireland, featuring musicians from around thirty countries in the World.

We have spent a good number of months recording and mastering this top quality album that honours both your senses and the power of cultures linking their roots to grow their souls through music.

Cross genre fusion, from Early Christian Celtic music, to Indian ensemble, to Reggae, to Opera, African, Irish Harps and haunting experimental mixtures among others. This album has members from Ireland, Sweden, Zimbabwe, Australia, India, England, Russia, Nigeria and more!

Senua initially emerged from a research into newly arrived cultures and their integration into Galway City. Senua was featured in TG4 (Irish TV) and an album was released in 2007 with the name Sean agus Nua (Old and New in the Irish language).
This is the second album recorded by this non-profit community organisation as different musicians have intermingled and established themselves in this land of musical genius.

Related Link: http://www.indiegogo.com/Bringing-cultures-together-through-music

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