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Are you aged 13 - 17 and love to play an instrument?

By solstice Friday, 15th February 2019 | 0 comments
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Are you aged 13 - 17 and love to play an instrument?This is your chance to play with British Composer Awards winner Brian Irvine and his thirteen piece ensemble at a very special gig in Solstice Arts Centre on Saturday 9 March. Solstice and Brian are looking for young musicians aged 13 – 17 who want to help create genuinely fresh sounds, to throw off the confines of traditional music lessons, and to creatively connect with exceptional musicians from a variety of disciplines. Participants will get to explore new sounds with the ensemble in the afternoon, before joining in live on the Solstice stage that evening with the award winning band.  

This is How we Fly in-residence at Solstice Arts Centre

By solstice Monday, 9th July 2018 | 0 comments
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New Music to soar from Solstice  Solstice Arts Centre with This is How we Fly announce new Music Residency  Solstice Arts Centre and This is How we Fly announce a new music residency throughout 2018/19. The residency will be launched on Saturday 28 July with a welcome performance at Solstice in Navan, Co. Meath.
      A NEW DAWN FOR SOLSTICE eCOMM Announce Two-Year Creative investment of Solstice Arts Centre, Navan eCOMM Merchant Solutions and Solstice Arts Centre today announced a new two-year creative investment beginning in January 2019.  The investment will focus on developing creative arts opportunities for young people.  Valerie Moran, Business Development Manager eCOMM and Belinda Quirke, Director, Solstice Arts Centre made the announcement at a partnership launch hosted at Solstice on Tuesday 29th May.

An enchanting Christmas story for children from 4 years up...

By solstice Tuesday, 21st November 2017 | 0 comments
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Silver MoonAn enchanting Christmas story for children and families aged 4 years upThursday 7 December, 7:00pm   |   Tickets: €7 / €5 Children


By Solstice Arts Centre Friday, 26th April 2013 | 0 comments
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We had a successful launch of Cultural Companions on Wednesday 24th April in Solstice.  It was officially opened by Leas Cathaoirleach, Cllr Jimmy Fegan and there was music from cellist Grainne Hope. There was afternoon tea and a chance to meet new people and to network with new cultural companions.


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