Big news this month is that Dublinjazz.ie has teamed up with Bagots Hutton to create a new music venue in the heart of Dublin city. Bagots Hutton opened in its new location back in January this year. The owners, Giovanni Viscardi and Brian Deery have been presenting live music in a restaurant environment until now. Going forward, Dominic Reilly of Dublinjazz.ie and Teddy D Promotions will exclusively program music into the venue 3-4 nights a week. The music room will be known as Bagots Hutton Live.
Dublinjazz.ie will be presenting the sensational Irish singer /songwriter SÍOMHA and her band in Bagots Hutton Live on the 25tth & 26 August. Since returning to Ireland last Autumn SÍOMHA has been receiving critical praise from all directions. Her single Fly made it into the list of top ten tracks played on RTE Radio 1 in 2016. SÍOMHA released her current hit July Red Sky on the 1st of July this year and it has gone viral on Facebook ranking up 1.7 million views so far!
The gigs will start at 8.30pm and tickets priced €13.00 can be purchased from Eventbrite.
The Joey Alexander Trio played an incredible concert in the NCH on the 12th July. The next day they jetted off to The Montreux Jazz Festival. Grainne Farren was at the concert and reviewed the event for Dublinjazz.ie. You can read the full review HERE.
Following a very successful appearance at The National Concert Hall on the 12th July when they opened for The Joey Alexander Trio, Colette Cassidy & Nigel Clark will be playing a series of gigs at the wonderful new music venue Bagots Hutton Live. Their first show will be on Wednesday 6th September; they will follow that up with shows on Wednesday the 13th. All shows will begin at 8.30pm and tickets for the events will be €12.00.
Matthias Winkler came to Dublin in 2013 to complete his studies in Jazz performances at Newpark Music Centre. He graduated in 2016 along with pianist Graeme Bourke and Bass player Eoin O’Halloran. They formed Ätsch along with drummer Hugh Denman. They are just about to release an EP.
Click HERE to read the complete review.
Advance news of Cassandra Wilson coming to Dublin.