A Celebration of Emerging Jazz Artists in Ireland

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A Celebration of Emerging Jazz Artists in Ireland

National Concert Hall, Tuesday 14th May - Thursday 16th May 2019

A Celebration of Young Irish Jazz

An exciting opportunity to see the best of young Irish jazz, as DCU’s BA in Jazz and Contemporary Music Performance students take to the stage to perform in front of a live audience to showcase their talents, as part of their final assessments.

Over three nights, 17 groups lead by 17 different musicians, and featuring over 70 performers will play a programme of original music, devised and developed by these promising young musicians.

Concert goers will be treated to a truly eclectic combination of sounds, reflecting the students’ varied cultures and backgrounds, spanning Ireland, Brazil, Iran, Israel, Italy, Denmark, India, France, and Serbia.

Expect the unexpected at this unique event – an absolute must for all jazz fans!

Each day has an afternoon and evening session.


Date:
Tuesday 14th May - Thursday 16th May 2019
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Saint Kevin's, Dublin 2, Ireland

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