Play list Jazz Scene No. 90 Saturday 21st. March 2015 from 5 to 6PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM
1. Candela Azul ( 4.02 ) - Phisqa - CD Phisqa 5 phisqa.com
IRISH BASED ARTIST
2. Tunnel Vision ( 8.04 ) Jean Toussaint - CD Tate Song lyterecords.com jeantoussaint.com
3. Subterranean Samba ( 5.16 ) - Benny Sharoni - CD Slant Signature bennysharoni.com
4. Goin' Crazy With The Blues ( 3.08 ) - The Hot Sardines - CD The Hot Sardines Decca Records hotsardines.com
5. Born To Be Blue( 4.22 ) - Jane Monheit - CD The Heart Of the Matter Emarcy Records janemonheitonline.com
6. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word ( 4.10 )- Diana Krall - CD Wallflower dianakrall.com vervemusicgroup.com
7. Gypsy Jump ( 3.19 ) - Ryan Truesdell Gil Evans Project - CD Lines Of Color gilevansproject.com
8. Blue In Green ( 3.03 ) - Jacky Terrasson - CD Take This Impulse Records jackyterrasson.com
9. Strange Fruit ( 2.35 ) - Mary Coughlan - CD Red Blues marycoughlanmusic.com
IRISH ARTIST - 2002 RELEASE
10. Sleep Away - Il Paradiso Del Cacciottielli ( 4.38 ) - David Lunx / Diederik Wissels / Fay Claassen / Maria Pia De Vito - CD One Heart Three Voices E-Motive Records
11. New York ( 2.58 ) - Beka Gochiashvili - CD Beka Goochiashvili
Original Release Date: September 11, 2012 Label: Roxboro Entertainment Group, Inc./Bungalo Records
BEKA GOCHIASHVILI will be appearing on a mini tour with gigs in Limerick and Dublin. This young sensation comes with a serious pedigree already in his 18 young years. St. Ann's Church Dawson Street Friday 27th. March 2015.
12. Cheer Up Charlie ( 3.10 ) - Kevin Fort - CD Red Gold kevinfort.com
Sun, Mar 22nd at 3.00pm
Venue: The Hot Spot Music Club, Greystones, Co. Wicklow.
Featuring: Sunday Soiree with Proteus, an eight piece jazz band who play numbers from Louis Armstrong to Miles Davis, Horace Silver and Herbie Hancock as well as doing tunes by Van Morrison and Warren Zevon. Joined by the excellent jazz singer Aran McMahon who will serenade you with jazz standards from the 40s, 50s and 60s.
Sun, Mar 22nd at 4.30pm
Venue: The Drawing Rooms, 25 Mountjoy Square, Dublin 1
Elva MacGown - Vocals
Sarah Lynch - Fiddle,
Drazen Derek - Guitar
Bill Blackmore - Trumpet.
EVAN PARKER / PAUL G. SMYTH DUO
Kevin Barry Room, The National Concert Hall
Thursday 26th March at 8.30pm
Note's series focussing on the work of Irish pianist Paul G. Smyth continues with a thrilling collaboration with one of the greatest saxophonists alive. Parker's significance to the world of improvised music can never be overstated, with an incomparable legacy stretching back to the Spontaneous Music Ensemble in the 1960s, right through the 'Saxophone Solos' and 'Monoceros' recordings of the 1970s, to collaborations with artists as varied as Cecil Taylor, Robert Wyatt, Scott Walker and Spiritualised.
Joanna MacGregor musicnetwork.ie for more information plus booking information.
Witness the musical phenomenon that is pianist Joanna MacGregor as she performs an eclectic and engaging programme from spine-tingling renditions of Bach via Piazzolla and Thelonious Monk, showcasing her innovative style and individuality.
22 March The Model Sligo
23 Mar Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar
25 Mar Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire
26 Mar Georgian Large Room, City Hall, Waterford
28 Mar Tullynally Castle, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath
Since coming to prominence in the 1980s, Joanna MacGregor has built a formidable reputation as one of the world’s most innovative – and tireless – musicians. A renowned concert pianist lauded for her dazzling technique, irrepressible energy and musical intellect, she is also a highly-respected composer, curator, conductor and teacher.
Throughout her career, MacGregor has repeatedly broken the mould, thanks in part to a hugely diverse repertoire stretching from the Baroque canon to improvised jazz and North American avant-garde. A veteran of over thirty solo recordings, she has collaborated with an amazing array of artists, including Django Bates, Moses Molelekwa, Andy Sheppard, Brian Eno and Nitin Sawhney, as well as performing with such eminent conductors as Pierre Boulez, Sir Colin Davis, Sir Simon Rattle and Michael Tilson Thomas.