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“A four day event hot wired into the changing dynamic of the contemporary European jazz scene” The Observer “The freshest, hottest sounds in jazz and contemporary experimental music” The Irish Times

Improvised Music Company presents


12 POINTS FESTIVAL 2015: Wednesday

Dates: 15 Apr - 15 Apr

Show Time: 7.30pm (Doors 7.00pm)

Tickets: €15 - €12

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For its 9th edition, 12 Points Festival returns to its Irish home in Project Arts Centre, following a trip to Umeå, Sweden last year.

Over 4 nights, the festival will presents 12 young, cutting-edge jazz acts from 12 different European countries.


Auditive Connection

12 Points Festival 2015 opens on Wednesday with Strasbourg’s Auditive Connection. Their music is a sensory experience with multiple cultural influences and a brilliant interplay of both structured passages and open improvisations, with voice and cello combining with rock guitar for an invigorating sound.

The Norwegian jazz scene is always on the cutting edge, and the imaginative and fearless group Moskus keep this tradition. Their musical roots are firmly planted in the fertile earth of chamber jazz, but have been nourished by everything from religious hymns to avantgarde cinema.

Closing on Wednesday is Brussels groove-based band Stuff who have a playful, loose style combining 70s soul. 90s hip-hop and strong beats that will appeal to fans of Snarky Puppy.

Wednesday 15 April
Thursday 16 April
Friday 17 April
Saturday 18 April

Featured image: Auditive Connection

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Duration 3 hr 30 min (3 x 50 min sets and 2 x 30 min intervals)

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