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Friday, May 19, 2017

Jazz Mine No. 107 Saturday 20th. May 2017 from 5 to 6PM on

Dermot Rogers is in the chair for this edition of Jazz Mine Saturday 20th. May 2017 from 5 to 6PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM


Play list Jazz Mine No. 107 ( with Dermot Rogers sitting in ) Saturday 20th. May 2017.

1. Donny McCaslin - Bye Ya - CD Exile & Discovery Naxos Jazz Records

2. Joey Alexander - My Favorite Things - CD My Favorite Things Motema Records
Joey Alexander Trio at National Concert Hall Dublin Wednesday 12th. July 2017

3. Christian Scott - The coronation of X. Atunde Adjuah

4. Kamasi Washington - Seven prayers CD The Epic

5. Cassandra WIlson - Wouldn't it be loverly - CD Loverly

6. Carla Bley, Steve Swallow and Andy Sheppard - Vashkar

7. Soweto Kinch - Jazz Planet

8. Alex Garnett - The Serpent

9. Allen Toussaint - Lotus blossom

10. Mimi Fox - Blowing in the wind

The Joey Alexander Trio
Start Date Wednesday 12-07-2017 20:00

Room: Main Stage
Prices: €40, €35, €30
Concessions: €36, €31.50, €27
Children aged 17 years and under: €20
10% discount for Groups of 10 or more
15% discount for Friends of the National Concert Hall

Joey Alexander Piano
Willie Jones III Drums
Alex Claffy Double Bass

Teddy D Promotions in association with are very proud to present the jazz phenomenon of our generation, Joey Alexander.

Vocal Jazz Weekend Intensive

Sat, Jun 17th at 12.00 noon
Venue: Camden Recording Studios, 67 Pleasant's Place

Adm: €0.00

Edel Meade - Vocal Coach

Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th June from 12noon – 5.00pm each day.

The 2-day intensive is suitable for singers who would like to learn the basics of jazz singing. Participants will learn how to sing popular jazz standards while emphasis will be placed on swing music and the blues. The weekend will be jam-packed with lots of singing, improvisation and lots of fun!

Sun, Jun 18th at 8.00pm
Venue: Whelan's, Wexford Street, Dublin 2

Adm: €18.00 (Early Bird €14.00 Before Thur 18th May)

Gadi Stern - Piano, Keys
David Michaeli - Double Bass
Matan Assayag - Drums

TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY 10th MAY in association with Teddy D Promotions ltd. are proud to present Shalosh, one of the most energetic bands on the European circuit today. Over the last two years the band have had a meteoric rise which see them playing in Dublin for the first time followed by a double appearance in London’s Ronnie Scott’s and Paris’s Duc Des Lombards. A powerful rhythmical sound built on a jazz foundation. Shalosh is an up and coming force in the international jazz scene, with close to one hundred international concerts in 2015-16. The genre-bending, Acoustic, Progressive, raw Jazz band, has been turning heads of audiences internationally since the release of their debut album “The Bell Garden” in March 2014. Despite the classic Jazz trio format (piano, bass and drums) and the band members’ deep root in Jazz and improvised music. Shalosh’s music takes its own path across and between genres like Rock, Classical, Electronic, African and Middle Eastern music. The members of Shalosh have a connection not only through music, but also through a lifelong friendship. After years of working separately and internationally, both as sidemen as well as bandleaders, the three reunited to form a band with a tight-knit style of their own. In the past two years, Shalosh has generated a huge buzz around the world. Their music has grabbed attention in Europe, Japan, U.S.A and South America, and has been marked by the press, as one of the most prominent promising sounds of years to come. The band has toured in Japan, Korea, UK, Germany, Poland, The Czech Republic, Latvia. Belgium, France, Romania, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Albania, Holland, Turkey and Israel, and is planned to have shows USA and Canada in 2017-18 as well. In March 31st 2016 Shalosh embarked on a two months long tour, with 40 concerts all across Europe, promoting the music of their new album Rules Of Oppression (will be released January 2017, on contemplate records) This new album took the band’s sound another step forward in the creation of their unique voice. The band’s agenda is to make music that moves its audience in the greatest way possible, in order to break through the barrier created between the music and the listener, which is often found in intellectual music of this genre. Shalosh places as much emphasis on their collective sound as on individual virtuosity. Their music is derived from a deep place of musical friendship and is aimed towards the deepest and purest place within. Shalosh very much stands out from today’s Jazz scene, mainly due to the fact it is not led by a single artist, but co-led by its three members who enjoy an artistic evolution from years of collaborations and friendship. Moreover, for the past two years, the band released their first album and booked over 100 shows under their own management and label.

“…blending all sorts of cultural and rhythmic references without obscuring strong melodies, catchy hooks and refreshing grooves.” – London Jazz News

“… the music is so perfect that it’s almost enough to make you reflect on fate and destiny.” – All About Jazz

Colette Cassidy & Nigel Clark

Wed, Jun 21st at 8.30pm
Venue: Arthur's Blues n' Jazz Club, Thomas Street, Dublin 8

Adm: €10.00


Colette Cassidy - Vocals
Nigel Clark - Guitar

Fresh from the successful launch of their debut album “Confetti Falling In The Rain” Colette Cassidy and Nigel Clark will be performing songs to captivate the imagination and touch the soul when they appear at Arthur’s in June.

Dublin - Ruba Shamshoum Launches her debut album ‘Shamat' at Whelan’s.
On May 25th, Palestinian vocalist, Ruba Shamshoum will launch her debut album ‘Shamat’ (Beauty Spots) at Whelan’s - upstairs. Ruba’s music draws from the harmony, sensibility, improvisation and playfulness of jazz, mixed with tinges of Middle Eastern and Arabic musical elements, that compliment her style. Ruba sings in both Arabic and English, and uses music to deal with identity, anger, lack of communication, fear and love.
2016 was a great year for Ruba’s music; playing international festivals, giving a TED talk at TEDx London Business School, and recording her first album with acclaimed musicians. This gig at Whelan’s will be a celebration of her journey.
Ruba Shamshoum will be guesting in Midweek Music Miscellany on Wednesday 24th. May from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM. Chat, tracks form the album plus a couple of her favourite music tracks.

Orlando Molina (Venezuela) - guitar
Barry Rycraft (Ireland) - double bass
Matthew Jacobson (Ireland) - drums
Aleka Potinga (Romania) - cello
Matthew Berrill (Ireland) - clarinet

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