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23
Jul

Jazz Jam

19:00 | Ireland, Dublin - The Grand Social
Jazz Jam

EVERY MONDAY 8pm  IN THE GRAND SOCIAL

The Jam started in December 2013 and has become very popular among  jazz lovers. It offers an ideal meeting point for like-minded musicians, it's centrally located, it has a relaxed atmosphere and it provides good quality back line equipment which is made available to all the Jam's participants.

Jam Session

Sligo Jazz Project Youth Academy in Partnership with Music Generation Sligo

03:10 | Ireland, Sligo - Institute of Technology Sligo
Sligo Jazz Project Youth Academy in Partnership with Music Generation Sligo

SLIGO JAZZ PROJECT INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL 24-29 JULY 2018

Sligo Jazz Festival

Sligo Jazz Project International Summer School and Festival

08:30 | Ireland - Sligo
Sligo Jazz Project International Summer School and Festival

Secure your place on this year's big event (JULY 24-29 2018) for a special low rate. See dropdown menu for the various options.

Sligo Jazz Festival
24
Jul

Liane Carroll and Friends at Sligo Jazz

19:00 | Ireland, Sligo - Hawk's Well Theatre
Liane Carroll and Friends at Sligo Jazz

The sequel to last year’s memorable “Ladies of Jazz” opening night Sligo Jazz Festival concert, this will truly be a night of multinational splendour, with songs and tunes featuring a star studded cast

Sligo Jazz Festival
24
Jul

The Lounge Quintet

19:30 | Ireland, Dublin - The Leeson Lounge
The Lounge Quintet

For the Best of Blue Note Jazz and more, drawing inspiration from classic jazz of the 1950s they play a set of jazz standards, Latin and Be-Bop.

Residency
24
Jul

Jazz Improv! ( all players welcome )

20:00 | Ireland, Cork - The Crane Lane Theatre
Jazz Improv! ( all players welcome )

Jazz jam session every Tuesday, hosted by Paul Dunlea. This is the original Jazz Improv in the city and features as part of the  Cork jazz festival every Oct. All players welcome.

Residency
24
Jul

Souldriven

22:50 | Ireland, Cork - The Crane Lane Theatre
Souldriven

Soul Driven- eight piece groove masters, Soul Driven have been kicking down venue doors all over the country with their hard-hitting, brass infused mixture of soul, funk, jazz and blues.

Gig

Joe Dart Masterclass/Workshop with MC Federico Malaman

14:30 | Ireland, Sligo - Hawk's Well Theatre
Joe Dart Masterclass/Workshop with MC Federico Malaman

Joe Dart, Bass Superstar - The Groove Masterclass!

Sligo Jazz Festival

Wax On #9 Charlie Parker

18:00 | Ireland, Dublin - The Workman's Club
Wax On #9 Charlie Parker

WAX ON is both a listening party, placing the needle in the groove of a collection of favourite jazz albums, as well as an intimate space for story-telling and reflections.

Special Event
25
Jul

Jazz at The Music Cafe

18:30 | Ireland, Dublin - The Music Cafe
Jazz at The Music Cafe

The Music Cafe Wednesday Jazz Session Featuring The Music Cafe House Trio with special guests.

Residency

The Olllam & Two Bass Hit at Sligo jazz 2018

19:00 | Ireland, Sligo - Hawk's Well Theatre
The Olllam & Two Bass Hit at Sligo jazz 2018

SPECIAL DEAL FOR JOE DART MASTERCLASS PLUS GIG €30. PHONE HAWKS WELL THEATRE 071 9161518. FOR DETAILS - not available online

Sligo Jazz Festival

New Orleans Swamp Donkeys

16:00 | Ireland, Galway - Roisin Dubh
New Orleans Swamp Donkeys

Galway International Arts Festival 2018 - NEW ORLEANS SWAMP DONKEYS

Special Event
26
Jul

The Olllam

19:00 | Ireland, Limerick - Dolan's Pub
The Olllam

The Olllam were formed in 2012 as a collaboration between Belfast piper John McSherry and seminal Detroit musicians Tyler Duncan, Michael Shimmin, Joe Dart, Theo Katzman and Woody Goss. A resulting album was released on Compass Records.

Gig
26
Jul

OKO

20:00 | Ireland, Kilkenny - Billy Byrnes
OKO

The Sofa Sessions presents OKO Live in the Garden

Gig

Berlin's Cabaret - A Centenary Celebration!

12:05 | Ireland, Dublin - The National Concert Hall
Berlin's Cabaret - A Centenary Celebration!

In 1918, out of the ashes of World War I, Berlin emerged as a cultural and socially cosmopolitan centre in Germany’s delicate new Weimar Republic. Central to this era were the fabulous music and famous cabaret performances which sprang up in new venues and theatres all over the city; these songs took advantage of the relaxation of censorship laws in inter-war Berlin and poked satirical fun at the political, economic and societal topics of the day…from which there were many to choose! However, within a few years of Nazi accession to power in 1933, this short but glorious subculture was suppressed and its greatest exponents fled Germany. Three of those Berlin artists, Kurt Weill, Friedrich Hollaender and Marlene Dietrich, later found great success in Hollywood and on Broadway and some of their well-known music – Lili Marlene, Mack the Knife, Falling in Love Again – features in this concert.

Concert

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