Project Arts Centre presents



Dates: 03 Nov - 03 Nov

Tickets: €20

Improvised Music Company is adding a roster of exceptional Irish musicians to its portfolio, and this showcase offers a unique opportunity to assess the creativity at work in Irish musicmaking today.

It’s a diverse inter-generational affair, embracing established artists like saxophonist Richie Buckley with Organics, guitarists Halferty & Nielsen renewing their partnership, and bassist/composer Ronan Guilfoyle with his exploratory trio Microclimate.

Ringing the jazz changes are artists like recently signed vocalist Cormac Kenevey, composer Dylan Rynhart’s Fuzzy Logic, and Sean Carpio’s White Rocket.

There’ll be pluralism too, with the Balkan oriented Yurodny, Argentinian song with Dunne & Hernandez, and authentic Cuban grooves from Havana Son.

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