Micro-lessons and exclusive live performances in the mix at the virtual Sligo Jazz Project

The Sligo Jazz Project goes virtual this week as an alternative to the usual summer school and festival cancelled because of the virus. Running from tomorrow until 26 July events include Zoomcasts, micro-Lessons and exclusive live performances …

Published: 20 Jul 2020. Updated: 14 days.

The Sligo Jazz Project goes virtual this week as an alternative to the usual summer school and festival cancelled because of the virus.

Running from tomorrow until 26 July events include Zoomcasts, micro-Lessons and exclusive live performances with Rufus Reid in concert with his Trio and Big Band; a world premiere of folk star Cathy Jordan with with Paul Clarvis and Liam Noble; SJP Big Band with Liane Carroll, Sachal Vasandani and Sara Colman also starring Malcolm Edmonstone (Musical Director/Arranger) Ryan Quigley, John Goldsby, Paul Clarvis, Paul Dunlea, Josephine Davies, Paul Booth, Phil Robson, Scott Flanigan, Steve Davis; plus live recorded sets made especially for SJP by Steve Hamilton; Henrik Linder-Federico Malaman - Nicolas Viccaro; Tony Kofi & Larry Bartley in duo; Christine Tobin & Phil Robson; Josephine Davies and Ben Somers; Linley Hamilton/Steve Davis/Scott Flanigan; Paul Booth & Phil Robson; Mike Nielsen & Michael Buckley; Scott Kohlmann & Barry Donohue; Aengus Hackett; Saffron Trio and Conor Bastible. David Lyttle's Jazzlife movie will also feature.

More details here.

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Lead-off track from Krononaut debut streams

'Wealth of Nations' from Krononaut's self titled debut is now streaming. To be released on the tak:til / Glitterbeat label on 4 September, Krononaut has Brian Eno guitarist Leo Abrahams and Spin Marvel drummer Martin France at its futuristic core …

Published: 20 Jul 2020. Updated: 14 days.

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'Wealth of Nations' from Krononaut's self titled debut is now streaming. To be released on the tak:til / Glitterbeat label on 4 September, Krononaut has Brian Eno guitarist Leo Abrahams and Spin Marvel drummer Martin France at its futuristic core with quite a bunch of interesting collaborators from various backgrounds playing their part on a number of tracks and who include Tim Harries, Shahzad Ismaily, Matana Roberts and Arve Henriksen.