Sirene 1009: Park/Lash/Sanders/Pugh + Sikora/Walsh

Sirene 1009: Park/Lash/Sanders/Pugh + Sikora/Walsh

Friday, 19 May 2017, 8.00pm

“Colorful, sometimes violent and revelatory listening experience that infuses modern aesthetics with the spirit of the ancient.” John Morrison, Jazz Right Now.

Sirene 1009, “a fierce, adventurous band that goes… into the unknown, fearlessly in search of the new” (☆☆☆☆½: David Menestres, Free Jazz) returns to Cork. Bringing yet more spontaneous musical interactions between artists local and international, the final concert in the Art Council funded series features guitarist Han-earl Park (Ireland/California), double bassist Dominic Lash (England), drummers Mark Sanders (England) and Dan Walsh (Ireland), vocalist Caroline Pugh (N. Ireland/Scotland), and saxophonist Catherine Sikora (New York/Ireland).

Presented with funding from the Arts Council of Ireland, and support from FUAIM Music at UCC, UCC Music Department, CIT Cork School of Music and the Cork Improvised Music Club.


Published on 25 April 2017

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