Project Arts Centre presents



Dates: 14 Sep - 16 Sep

Tickets: €5

Three nights of improvised music from the comfort of Sean Carpio’s front room. Each night this exceptionally intimate venue will host a different line up. Featuring an exciting mix of European improvising musicians, each performance will be a new set of songs for those listeners only.

Featuring Sean Carpio on drums and Rhodes, Simon Jermyn on guitar and bass, Rebecca Collins on voice and guitar, Joachim Badenhorst on saxophone and clarinets, and Mikkel Peterson on guitar and drums.

As the capacity for the performances is strictly limited to 30 people, advance booking from Project Arts Centre is recommended.

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