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Project Arts Centre presents
Dates: 23 Nov - 23 Nov
Show Time: 1.10pm
Tickets: €10 - €8
By Irish Baroque Orchestra
Composed by jazz violinist Hollis Taylor (USA), Groove Theory was Inspired by the scientific notion of String Theory, which is one way of explaining the existence of our universe, Through her music, Hollis creates her own “theory of everything”, in which all music must swing and dance, sway, pulse and groove.
And indeed it does. Uplifting and imaginative, this colourful music is quite simply….groovy!
This event includes a talk on music, science and all things baroque, with Monica Huggett, artistic director of the IBO and Grammy nominee, and special guests.
“Wow! What a knockout of a piece! I enjoyed every delicious second.”
-David Schiff, composer/music critic, Portland USA
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