eter Moc Group feat. Jazz organist/pianist Brian Charette from New York City, play both wild and melancholic repertoire from their upcoming original album “NO ZONE” (2019) influenced by Jimmy Smith , Tony Williams Lifetime Group, The Eleventh House, Chick Corea and other acts from jazz, rock, gospel and folk world of music. Charette is a Grammy nominated and Hammond-endorsed artist, who was the winner of the 2014 Downbeat Critic’s Poll Rising Star organ award. He plays alongside George Coleman, Ben Monder, Oz Noy, Dave Weckl and many more. Composer, arranger, musical director, educator and guitarist Peter Moc , bassist Andrew Csibi and drummer Kevin Brady have worked and recorded alongside Grammy winning artists such as Nir Felder, Lage Lund, Larry Coryell . Peter Moc Group with Brian Charette always delivers exciting and energetic performance and is establishing its own identity among most hard-working European acts. doors 3.30 music 4~6
an open jazz jam session with a full backline provided.
Bring your instrument!
doors open 7.30 music 8-11#
The Tolka Hot Club are a hot swing quartet formed by the banks of the river Tolka on Dublin’s north side, late in 2014. The group bring a body of music from the Roaring 20’s and 30’s, from both sides of the Atlantic right into the twenty-first century, with a few modern surprises! All this is delivered with the lush yet percussive ambiance that only strings can provide in the hypnotic Gypsy jazz style. Stephen Daly – Guitar David Harrington – Guitar Thomas Mulrooney – Double Bass Eugene Ryan – Chromatic harmonica Holly Pereira – Vocals Ken Whelan – Accordion Brendan Lawless – Viola
doors 9 music 9.30-11 entry 10euro
On what will surely be an historic day for Europeans, The Commons is a collective statement by improvising musicians of Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland that, despite potential sea changes politically, music will always flow freely across any borders, and belongs ultimately to no-one. Rather, it is us who belong to it.Spearheaded by saxophonist Nick Roth in consultation with the other provinces, The Commons is an 8 piece ensemble featuring some of these Islands most illuminating talent, including celebrated pianist Huw Warren. These musicians have come together, playing each others music to reinforce and reflect our collective talent. Wales is represented admirably by award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist Maria Lamburn alongside Huw Warren with his son Zoot on drum duties. England by Neil Yates and the aforementioned Roth with Kieran McLeod representing the Scots on Trumpet. Rounding out this impressive ensemble are the talents of Galway native Matthew Berrill on saxophones and Dubliner Dave Redmond on bass. Neil Yates – trumpet Matthew Berrill – saxophones Nick Roth – saxophones Maria Lamburn – bass clarinet Kieran Mcleod – trombone Huw Warren – piano Dave Redmond – double bass Zoot Warren – drums Tickets: 12 online/15 at the door doors 9.30 music 10-12
Ireland’s Leading Jazz Guitarist Tommy Halferty performs at Arthurs with One of Ireland’s critically acclaimed rhythm sections Dave Redmond on Double-Bass and Kevin Brady Drums. This trio to date has been performing Internationally playing Halferty’s new original compositions which feature a blend of improvised music, swing, rock & blues. Halferty is one of the leading exponents of Jazz Guitar Improvisation from Ireland, having performed nationally and Internationally for over 30 years.
doors 9 music 9.30 entry 10euro