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galway jazz festival 2016

programme of events

latest news and updates at www.gjf16.com

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our funders

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Bill Whelan

Ultan Molloy

Cois Cladaigh Chamber Choir

introducing john mc kenna Described by The Wall Street Journal as “Ireland’s most authoritative food writer” John McKenna is the curator of the annual The 100 Best Restaurants in Ireland. He has been writing about Ireland’s food culture for twenty-five years and has won four Glenfiddich Awards, the André Simon Special Award and a Slow Food Ireland Media Award. A columnist for The Irish Times for over twenty years, John was born in Belfast, and lives in West Cork with his longtime collaborator and partner, Sally McKenna. McKenna owns every edition of The Penguin Guide to Jazz, which take up a metre of shelf space in his office, and he has enough Miles Davis cds and vinyl to cover most of the Sheep’s Head peninsula. He began his writing career with Hot Press magazine and – somehow – the magazine managed to survive.

welcome to galway jazz festival 2016 This year sees our most adventurous and comprehensive lineup to date, with contributions from renowned local, national and international artists, and we’re thrilled to be presenting four days packed with a variety of music ranging from Bach and John Cage through to Hip Hop and Electronica. We’re particularly happy to present the Andy Sheppard Trio teamed with Irish actor Jane Brennan performing the Shakespeare Songs, the mesmerising Christian Wallumrød Ensemble from Norway and the 2016 UK JazzFM Vocalist of the Year, Dubliner Lauren Kinsella, who will be travelling from England with her London based ensemble. This year’s festival has been supported by the Galway City Council Arts Office and has been made possible by the efforts of the local business community and the many individuals who have rowed in behind our various fundraising efforts. Huge thanks to you all! You might notice that many of our sponsors are from the food and hospitality sector. The connection between good food and drink, and jazz and improvised music runs deep. Both start with fantastic raw ingredients, require a high degree of skill and hard work to reach an acceptable level, but then the good is separated from the outstanding by the willingness to improvise, to take risks, to be driven by passion. Both our sponsors and our artists exemplify this. It’s no surprise then that when we were considering who might launch this year’s festival, on the top of the list was Ireland’s leading food writer, a passionate jazz fan and a former music journalist. We’re delighted to welcome John McKenna to Galway to officially open this years festival. I hope that you enjoy the programme on offer this year and I look forward to meeting you at one or more of the performances and sessions taking place throughout Galway.

Matthew Berrill Artistic Director, gjf|16

official opening Thursday 6th October 6 pm / free The Kitchen

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the sofa sessions presents facebook.com/ sofasessionskilkenny

Galway Jazz Festival are proud to present ‘The Sofa Sessions’, at the Meyrick Hotel, Eyre Square. We’ve handed over the Oyster Bar at The Meyrick to Irish Times jazz scribe, Cormac Larkin who curates the wonderfully atmospheric ‘Sofa Sessions’ at Billy Byrnes in Kilkenny city. For this lunchtime series, Cormac presents three very different acts, representing the diversity of the Irish jazz scene.

shane latimer shane latimer

Dublin based Shane Latimer performs improvised music with six, seven and eight string guitars, synthesizers, various preparations and electronic processing. Shane is active in Ireland, UK and mainland Europe performing solo or with a variety of Irish and international groups, and is a curator of the annual Bottlenote Festival of improvised music in Dublin.

Thursday 6th October 1.10 pm / €5 Meyrick Hotel

phil ware trio phil ware trio Friday 7th October 1.10 pm / €5 Meyrick Hotel

A textbook example of the ongoing vitality of the mainstream jazz tradition, the Phil Ware Trio have set a new benchmark for the piano trio in Ireland. UK-born but based in Dublin for over a decade, Phil can he heard accomapnying some of the finest singers on both islands, but the magic really happens when he teams up with his long-time partners, bassist Dave Redmond and drummer Kevin Brady, who together form one of the most creative and hardest-swinging rhythm sections on the Irish scene.

f-job f-job Saturday 8th October 1.10 pm / €5 Meyrick Hotel

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F-JOB is a new piano trio featuring three of the most original and creative musicians on the Irish jazz scene, pianist Greg Felton, drummer Matthew Jacobson and bassist Cormac O’Brien. Though their unique sound is rooted in the jazz tradition, they draw on a wide variety of influences. All three studied in Chennai, India and are exploring ways to combine that rich rhythmic language with jazz harmonic structures.

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zinc + felton/carpio/berrill Thursday 6th October 8 pm / free Biteclub

zinc

Combining hypnotic grooves with raw textures to bring the listener on a trip, Zinc’s music is under the wide umbrella of post-rock, but hip-hop and electronica also play a huge role in defining their sound. Composing through improvisation, their live shows are similarly informed, often improvising whole pieces at length. The band is Andrew Madec (bass), Simon Kenny (drums) and Aengus Hackett (guitar). Put these three ingredients together, and you get Zinc – exhilarating post-rock, with the melodic side of electronica and the roughness of hip-hop.

berrill/carpio/felton Clarinettist and GJF Artistic Director, Matthew Berrill is joined by two more of Ireland’s finest in a clarinet/piano/ drums trio that’s big on originality and huge on technical mastery. Seán Carpio is a multi-instrumentalist whose practice incorporates song, sound and improvisation. Described by the Irish Times as “maybe the finest drummer ever produced here”, Seán an active as a soloist in Europe and the USA, and to this date has featured on twenty recordings. Greg Felton is regarded as one of the best pianist/composers to emerge in Dublin in recent years. He holds a Masters in Composition from Waterford IT and a diploma in Jazz Performance from Newpark Music Centre, where he teaches composition, rhythm and improvisvation.



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lauren kinsella lauren kinsella Friday 7th October 9 pm / € 10 Electric

Lauren Kinsella is an Irish vocalist and composer based in London. Awarded UK Vocalist of the year at the JazzFM Awards (2016), she is known as one of London cities most adventurous artists performing throughout the UK and Europe as a soloist, a bandleader, and within several crossarts projects. She is a passionate educator and holds a senior lecturing post at Leeds Conservatoire. Lauren Kinsella is supported by PRS for Music Foundation. In the past she has been awarded the Young Musicwide Performance Award (2010), the Kenny Wheeler Prize (2013), the THSH Birmingham Jazzlines Fellowship (2015) and she was a participant on the Take 5 10th Edition with Serious. She has received commissions from BBC Radio 3 and from Marsden Jazz Festival.

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Born in Dublin, Lauren completed her masters at the Royal Academy of Music, London. She will be performing alongside Tom Challenger (saxophone), Dan Nicholls (piano and electronics), Conor Chaplin (bass), Simon Roth (drums). more info and latest news at gjf16.com

antal Amsterdam’s ‘Rush Hour’ record label founder Antal is a hugely versatile DJ who moves effortlessly through musical genres, weaving together house and techno or Afro and disco just as smoothly. He’s been doing it since the Nineties, working throughout Europe, across the US and through Asia and Australia, all the while digging deep into many musical forms away from what would conventionally be termed ‘dance music.’

antal Friday 7th October 10pm / €5/8 Electric

For those in the know, Rush Hour - the label he runs with a close group of key colleagues - is a meticulously curated operation and a cherished store. As well as releasing the most exciting new music, the label is famed for its on-point re-issues of forgotten old classics whilst the shop also stocks records bought on crate digging trips around the world. This collaboration between the Galway Jazz Festival and Shivers aims to show to diehard followers of jazz and club music that the gap is constantly narrowing...

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mark duley goldberg variations Mark Duley came to Ireland from New Zealand in 1992 and has held several major posts in this country, including organist and director of music at Christ Church Cathedral Dublin, chorus master to the RTÉ Philharmonic Choir and artistic director of the Irish Baroque Orchestra. As conductor and organist he has appeared with all of the major Irish ensembles, and has played at all of the major Irish festivals as well as many abroad. He currently holds the posts of Pipeworks artistic director, organist of the Collegiate Church of St Nicholas, Galway, founder-director of St Nicholas Schola Cantorum, and artistic director of Resurgam. First published in 1741, and written for the two-keyboard harpsichord, the Goldberg Variations are considered to be the most important example of variation form, and one of the most iconic pieces of music ever composed. mark duley goldberg variations Friday 7th October 8 pm / €10 St. Nicholas’ Church

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The work comprises an opening aria, and 30 short variations - or improvisations - that are linked via the bass line and chord progression. It’s a work that has been transcribed for almost every possible solo instrument and ensemble. It’s also a work that has captivated musicians for more than 250 years, and shows no sign of loosening its grip on the current or future generations of classical or jazz players. more info and latest news at gjf16.com

Aerie is a pan-European quintet lead by German saxophonist Ingo Hipp. He founded the band in 2013 and they have since played over 30 concerts around Europe. Although the instrumentation is that of a typical jazz quintet - saxophones, guitar, bass and drums - the group strive to avoid the clichés of modern jazz, always searching for a fresh take on forms and structures as well as instrumental functionality. It is lively in the aerie* so expect the unexpected: crazy flights, elegant sails, diligent hunting, always checking for limits. Aerie creates exciting modern jazz, connecting written material and improvisation with rock and jazz grooves. Live, Aerie continues to catch audiences by constantly varying the shape of their music. *nest of an eagle or large bird of prey Matthew Jacobson drums

aerie double bill w/ Shakespeare Songs / p10 aerie + shakespeare songs Saturday 8th October 8 pm / € 20 Mick Lally Theatre

Sam Comerford Ingo Hipp Laurent Meteau saxophone saxophone/composition guitar

beer & cheese tasting After the success of last years tasting, ‘A Kind of Blue’ where Sheridans Cheesemongers brought us six different blue cheeses to taste, this year it’s the turn of our friends at Galway Bay Brewery to invite us to sample their wares. Beers will be matched with cheese again by Sheridans.



Peedu Kass bass

tasting Saturday 8th October Mick Lally Theatre 7 pm / free w/ ticket to Shakespeare Songs & Aerie



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shakespeare songs double bill with aerie / p9 shakespeare songs + aerie Saturday 8th October 8 pm / € 20 Mick Lally Theatre

A musical journey across Shakespeare’s world, this new Anglo-French project combines the talents of three leading contemporary jazz voices, weaving their magic around a series of musical portraits of characters from his plays and poems. Part improvised and part written, the music draws inspiration from Renaissance composers Thomas Morely and William Byrd, giving great importance to colour, melody, dynamics and, most of all, to space and silence. ‘The great English poet of the saxophone’, Andy Sheppard joins established French artists, drummer Christophe Marguet and pianist Guillaume de Chassy in their musical exploration of Shakespeare’s world. Texts for this performance will be read by Irish actor Jane Brennan. Jane has been acting for over 30 years and has worked extensively in theatre, film, television and radio. She received an Irish Times theatre award for her role in The Alice Trilogy by Tom Murphy at the Abbey and an IFTA for her role in the film Brooklyn. She recently recorded Jane Eyre for RTE radio and filmed NW for BBC2.

This performance is generously supported by Bill Whelan

Andy Sheppard

Jane Brennan

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christian wallumrød double bill with cuar / p12 Christian Wallumrød has worked as a musician and composer since 1992, and he is considered one of the most prominent and influential musicians of his generation in Norway. Following his debut on ECM Records (No Birch, issued in 1996), he has released a string of albums with the Christian Wallumrød Ensemble (CWE) on the same label, all to considerable critical acclaim.

christian wallumrød + cuar Sunday 9th October 8 pm / € 20 Mick Lally Theatre

While being the composer and leader of his own ensemble, Wallumrød also focusses strongly on improvisation with another longstanding collaboration, the FrenchNorwegian group Dans Les Arbres (DLA), also with two releases on ECM. CWE and DLA have been his main body of work over the last 10-12 years, and both groups are touring extensively. Over the last few years Wallumrød has been commissioned to write for smaller chamber groups (such as BIT20, Håkon Stene, Barolo, BOA). The Ultima Festival (Oslo) and the AngelicA Festival in Bologna commissioned and put on his orchestral piece ‘When celebrities dream of casual sleep (second try)’ in 2013. For their 50th anniversary festival in 2014 Kongsberg Jazzfestival commissioned a piece from Wallumrød with Trondheim Jazz Orchestra.

Espen Reinertsen tenor saxophone

Per Oddvar Johansen drums, vibraphone Eivind Lønning trumpet

Tove Törngren cello

Christian Wallumrød piano, harmonium, toy piano





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joe o’callaghan & derek whyte This performance pairs two players with a wealth of experience from playing alongside Ireland’s finest musicians as both sidemen and leaders, who play off each other to create a soundscape which is vastly greater than the sum of its parts. Joe will be playing a 6 string acoustic guitar, and Derek a 5-string fretless electric bass. ‘Joe O Callaghan will be, to use a technical term, playing the living shit out of the guitar!’ Ronan Guilfoyle

joe o’callaghan & derek whyte Saturday 8th October 4 pm / € 5 Mick Lally Theatre

cuar double bill

w/ christian wallumrød / p11

Cuar is an ensemble led by Neil O’Loghlen that explores composition and improvisation within the framework of Irish traditional music. Individually the group are acknowledged as three of the most exciting young musicians in Ireland, performing regularly with some of Ireland’s leading ensembles including Ensemble Ériu, Crash Ensemble and the Irish Memory Orchestra. Together they seek to establish a new chamber music language from Ireland influenced by some of its many great artists. cuar + christian wallumrød

Matthew Berrill clarinet

Sunday 9th October 8 pm / €20 Mick Lally Theatre

Neil O’Loghlen double bass, flute Aoife Ní Bhriain fiddle

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izumi kimura

John Cage - Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano ‘Sonatas and Interludes’ is a collection of twenty short pieces for prepared piano, and is generally recognized as one of Cage’s finest achievements. A ‘prepared piano’ is one where the composer directs that various materials be placed between, over or around strings to alter their sound. In this case, Cage experimented with different materials and different notes until he was happy that he had transformed the piano into an instrument capable of communicating music that could ‘sober and quiet the mind, thus rendering it susceptible to divine influences’. The piano being prepared for this performance is a 6ft American Steinway, built in 1939, very close in age and size to the instrument Cage would have been working on when writing this music. Izumi Kimura is a Japanese born pianist resident in Ireland who, while having played with both RTE Orchestras and all of the leading Irish ensembles, has a very strong affinity with improvisation, and has championed new music throughout her career.

izumi kimura john cage Saturday 8th October 3 pm / €10 Mick Lally Theatre

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booka brass band Booka Brass return to Galway to celebrate the release of their first album, ‘Chilled Milk’.The band laid the basis of the album in true Booka Brass style by jamming through ideas in an improvised setting. Drawing on influences from jazz greats like Miles Davis and Art Blakey, to hip-hop icons Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar, the album’s sound is a fusion of Booka Brass’s classical mastery of their instruments combined with their understanding and passion for jazz sensibilities.

booka brass band Saturday 8th October 9 pm / € 20 Roisín Dubh [tickets from Roisín Dubh]

deviant An evening of jazz odysseys and vinyl obscurities from DJ, producer and co-founder of Community Skratch Games. Vinyl set. deviant

mixtapes from the underground Saturday 8th October 12 am / free Biteclub

Saturday 8th October 9 pm / free Bierhaus

mixtapes from the underground Mixtapes is a fully live, improvised, Hip-Hop collective, organically shifting the music in and out of styles, from Hip-Hop to Dub to Afro-Beat and everything in between. Since their inception in 2006 they have become renowned for their incendiary shows and have garnered a strong reputation among Hip-Hop heads and music fans alike. ‘A scorching collision of jazz and hip-hop’ Cormac Larkin, The Irish Times

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hackett/o’loghlen/roth GJF stalwart and guitarist Aengus Hackett leads two trio gigs for this year’s festival. This first one sees him team up with bassist Neil O’Loghlen and drummer Simon Roth. Neil is a founding member with trad innovators Ensemble Ériu and the newly formed trad/classical improv trio Cuar. Simon has toured the UK, US, Asia and Ireland with a who’s who of established and up-and-coming musicians.

hackett/o’loghlen/roth Saturday 8th October 5 pm / free Salthouse



“Simon Roth’s drumming is always just perfect – subtle, imaginative, in the pocket and never too loud.” London Jazz News.

hackett/evans/blackmore For the second of the Salthouse sessions, Aengus welcomes back to Galway trumpeter Bill Blackmore and one of the Galway Jazz Festival founders, bassist Damian Evans. Damian is a constant presence on the Irish jazz scene, appearing alongside the finest Irish-resident players as well as being a ‘go-to’ sideman for many visiting soloists. He has just completed his Ph D thesis which was a study of the Dublin Jazz scene and he owns three goats. A music graduate from Trinity College Dublin, Bill Blackmore has also studied with renowned trumpeters Kenny Wheeler and Dave Douglas.

hackett/evans/blackmore Sunday 9th October 3.30 pm / free Salthouse

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boylan/ buckley/ evans Sunday 9th October 12 pm / free Biteclub

Brunch, cocktails and the classic jazz trio of grand piano, guitar and bass – what better way to gently re-boot the system on a Sunday? The Boylan/ Buckley/Evans trio has been described as playing ‘oh so sweet standards and soul infused originals for piano, guitar and bass respectively’. What started in 2008 as a way to kill time during a year spent on a Masters in Jazz Performance has blossomed into a satisfying swinging trio of the old school with a contemporary twist.

honor heffernan & hugh buckley ‘two heads are better than one’ album launch A vocal/guitar duo with “Ireland’s First Lady of Jazz” Honor Heffernan, and one of Ireland’s leading guitarists, Hugh Buckley. This, their first recording as a duo, reflects the diverse repertoire developed in live performance over the last few years. The material on the CD is drawn from the Great American Songbook, 70’s and 80’s pop songs, the Blues, an original by Honor and a poem by Desmond Morris, set to music by Hugh. supported by

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honor heffernan & hugh buckley album launch Sunday 9th October 4 pm / free Il Vicolo

john daly Galway resident John Daly returns to The Garden in Electric for his Sunday night residency happy to be doing his thing as part of GJF16. As a music producer who has kept sampling at the core of his sound, it’s little wonder that he knows his jazz – particularly the darker and funkier side of the genre – better than most.

john daly Sunday 9th October 10 pm / free Electric

John has a new album under his ‘The Smoke Clears’ alias set for release in September on All City records featuring eight new tracks and a collaboration with vocalist Cian Finn.

izumi kimura & joe o’callaghan A recently formed duo featuring Izumi Kimura on piano and Joe O’ Callaghan on acoustic guitar, playing new music written by Joe. With influences from contemporary classical to jazz and rock music, this duo are an exciting addition to the Irish creative music scene. And yes, there will be a piano in Cava, a real upright piano!

izumi kimura & joe o’callaghan Sunday 9th October 5 pm / free Cava Bodega

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open session It’s said that all the best jazz clubs are below street level. If that’s the case, then Il Vicolo is not only the most picturesque venue in Galway, but also the perfect setting for a jazz club. Here reside the trio of Paul O’Driscoll (bass, vox), Conor Cantrell (guitar) and Szymon Misniak (drums) who host a wide variety of local and visiting musical guests. Highlights include Derry pianist John Leighton at 6pm Saturday, and renowned singer Honor Heffernan with Hugh Buckley at 4pm on Sunday

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open sessions Thurs & Fri / 6.30pm Sat / 6 pm Sun / 4 pm Il Vicolo / all free

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masterclasses John Leighton John Leighton piano / intermediate Saturday 8th October 12 pm / free Maoin Cheoil na Gaillimhe John Leighton piano / advanced

John Leighton

Saturday 8th October 2 pm / free Maoin Cheoil na Gaillimhe Hugh Buckley guitar

Artistic Director of the Derry Jazz Festival, John Leighton’s contribution to musical life in his home town is all encompassing – pianist, composer, teacher, collaborator and organiser, he is very much at the heart of Derry jazz scene.

Hugh Buckley Hugh Buckley is a Dublin born and based, selftaught guitarist, composer, arranger, educator and author. Besides performing, Hugh regularly conducts guitar workshops and teaches privately. He holds a 1st class honours Master of Music degree from DIT Dublin.

Sunday 9th October 11 am / free Mick Lally Theatre

Sharon Rollston CEO, Music Network

Lauren Kinsella musician

panel discussion Saturday 8th October 11 am / free Mick Lally Theatre

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Nigel Flegg Head of Education, Community and Outreach, NCH

Ellen Cranitch musician & broadcaster

Eddie Lee musician & founder, Sligo Jazz Project

For many of us working in the arts, the most significant commemoration of 1916 was the occurrence of the ‘Waking The Feminist’ movement. Even the most devout of jazz followers might find it hard to name women musicians who aren’t singers or pianists. So how come more women don’t play the drums? (or bass, sax, guitar,vibes...) To discuss this we’ll be joined by five panellists who play key roles in the Irish jazz scene. more info and latest news at gjf16.com

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HOTEL MEYRICK • EYRE SQUARE

Michael McHale

Tom Grealy

St. Nicholas’ Scola Cantorum

rhythm section EAT at Massimos Riah Creighton David O’Sullivan Mairéad Berrill Fergal Scahill Pearse Doherty

Bray Jazz Festival Jack Talty Dough Bros Willie Campbell TGO Falafel Teddy D Promotions Michael Fitzgerald Maria O’Hara Sligo Jazz Project Mick Lally Theatre Maria Murphy

backing singers Janet O’Donnell Alannah Robbins Mairead McKeon Emma Connor Adrienne Casey Patrick Groenland Rod Gillon Eleanor Hough Hazel Collins Sadie Mackey Bee O’Connor Jamie Oehlers Harold Wolk Madeleine Flanagan Naomi Berrill Paul Ryan

Aine Bird Dave Flynn Jerry Buckley Anne Pott Xavier Gomis Rory Bohan Margaret Hogan Evelyn Collins Barbara Vulso Geraldine O’Gorman Jeremiah Spillane David O’Connor Aisling Keogh Ellen Cranitch John O’Dwyer Sorcha O’Reilly John Bruzzi

Anne Wynne Aine W Kathleen Tynan Geraldine Kubernat Tim Collins Ciaran Feeney Gillian Bowen Johnny Berrill Susanna Rastelli Michelle Concannon Eamonn Colbert Eoin Wynne Fionnuala Leneghan Sarah Daniel Darragh Creaven Peter Berrill

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festival schedule festival schedule

time

page

event

1.10 pm

4

Sofa Session: Shane Latimer

Meyrick Hotel

€5

october

8.00 pm

5

Zinc + Berrill/Carpio/Felton trio

Biteclub

free

friday

1.10 pm

4

Sofa Session: Phil Ware Trio

Meyrick Hotel

€5

6.00 pm

2

Opening

The Kitchen

free

thursday

6th 7th

october

8th

october

sunday

9th october

price

6.30 pm 17 Open Session

Il Vicolo

free

8.00 pm

8

Mark Duley: Goldberg Variations

St. Nicholas' Church

€ 10

9.00 pm

6

Lauren Kinsella

Electric

€ 10

Antal

Electric

€ 5/8

11.00 am 18 Panel Discussion

Mick Lally Theatre

free

12.00 pm 18 Masterclass: intermediate piano

Maoin Cheoil na Gaillimhe

free

11.00 pm 7 saturday

venue

1.00 pm

Meyrick Hotel

€5

2.00 pm 18 Masterclass: advanced piano

4

Sofa Session: F-JOB

Maoin Cheoil na Gaillimhe

free

3.00 pm 13 Izumi Kimura: John Cage

Mick Lally Theatre

€ 10

4.00 pm 13 Joe O'Callaghan & Derek Whyte

Mick Lally Theatre upstairs

€5

5.00 pm

15 Hackett/O'Loghlen/Roth trio

Salthouse

free

6.30 pm

17 John Leighton/Open Session

Il Vicolo

free

8.00 pm 9/10 Shakespeare Songs + Aerie

Mick Lally

€ 20

9.00 pm

14 Deviant

Bierhaus

free

9.00 pm

14 Booka Brass Band

Roisin Dubh

€ 20

12.00 am 14 Mixtapes from the Underground Biteclub

free

11.00 am 18 Masterclass: guitar

Mick Lally Theatre

free

1.10 pm

16 Boylan/Buckley/Evans trio

Biteclub

free

3.30 pm

15 Hackett/Evans/Blackmore trio

Salthouse

free

4.00 pm

16 Hugh Buckley & Honor Heffernan

Il Vicolo

free

5.00 pm

17 Izumi Kimura & Joe O'Callaghan

Cava Bodega

free

6.30 pm

17 Open Session

Il Vicolo

free

8.00 pm 11/12 Christian Wallumrød + Cuar

Mick Lally

€ 20

10.00 pm 17 John Daly

Electric

€ 5/8

Tickets for for all from Druid: 568660 orfrom www.druid.ie/whats-on Tickets allpay-in pay-inperformances performancesavailable except Booka Brass091 are available Druid on 091 568 660 Tickets for JoeO’Callaghan/Derek O’Callaghan/ DerekWhyte Whyteare areonly only available available at Tickets forthe theSofa SofaSessions Sessionsand andfor Joe atthe thedoor. door. For a map of all venues, go to www.gjf16.com For a map identifying all the venues, go to www.gjf16.com