A band renowned for hypnotising audiences with their deep cinematic grooves, slow burning intensity, and a sonic soundscape that evokes both the glacial tundra and the volcanic desert of their native Iceland, their name, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) may be somewhat confusing.
Following a sell out performance in the National Concert Hall and performances in NYC and Chicago in 2017, Emilie Conway is delighted to bring her celebration of writer Maeve Brennan to Dunamaise Arts Centre, together with her Trio, some of Ireland\s leading jazz musicians: Johnny Taylor, piano and Damian Evans, bass.
Having played to a capacity crowd at Wexford Library as part of the Wexford Opera Festival Fringe Festival, the Kevin Lawlor Trio will build on the performance to give another energetic performance at the Sky and the Ground.
19:30 | Ireland, Dublin - St Ann's Church of Ireland
Following a successful pair of duo concerts with Barry Guy and Gerry Hemingway respectively last Spring, IMC is delighted to highlight the return of acclaimed Irish-based pianist Izumi Kimura with another unique and enticing one off concert for Dublin, bringing both of these musicians together for another thrilling musical encounter as a trio.
Thought You Knew is the second album from Snowpoet, the London based band led by writing duo of Jazz FM Vocalist of the Year (2016) Lauren Kinsella and multi-instrumentalist Chris Hyson. The band also features Josh Arcoleo on saxophone, Matt Robinson on keys, Nick Costley-White on guitar and Dave Hamblett on drums.
2017 was a busy year for Wexford jazz drummer Kevin Lawlor with sell out performances in Wexford Library and Wexford Arts Centre during the Opera Fringe festival as well as several themed shows focusing on particular iconic jazz artists during the year. He also played 5 shows with Mary Stokes Band during the Cork Jazz Festival.
19:00 | Ireland, Dublin - The National Concert Hall
Combining technical prowess with a truly eclectic taste in music, pianist Brad Mehldau presents his first Dublin performance in many years with his longstanding trio - bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Jeff Ballard.
The RemiHarris Trio take Gypsy Swing characteristics and infuse them with influences from Jazz, Blues, Rock'n'Roll, Funk, World Music and more. They play an eclectic mix of original compositions, jazz standards and new arrangements of music from Django Reinhardt, Jimi Hendrix, Wes Montgomery, Charlie Parker, Peter Green and more.