Jazz on the Terrace celebrates 35 years (1982 – 1917) with a series of Eight Concerts

The non-profit music organisation, Jazz on the Terrace, is celebrating 35 years of promoting jazz in Ireland. A series of concerts in Dublin City Centre are planned which will see International and Irish jazz musicians come together. Eight unmissable musical events to be added to every music lover’s calendar.

The celebration comprises two festivals and two standalone concerts over the latter half of November 2017.

The first festival, TrioTrioTrioPiano, takes place over three evenings at Arthur’s Bar on Thomas Street in Dublin. Allen Smith, founder of Jazz on the Terrace, has long had a soft spot for piano trios. To celebrate, he is indulging this love and treating us to six amazing trios over three evenings in Dublin City Centre. Tickets can be purchased for individual evenings or as a festival pass at http://buytickets.at/jazzontheterrace  

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Paddy Sherlock (trombone and vocals), from Paris, with The Buckley Ware Quartet

Paddy Sherlock plays trombone
Paris based trombone player, Paddy Sherlock

On Thursday 16th May trombonist Paddy Sherlock will perform live in Dublin’s premiere jazz venue, JJ Smyth’s on Aungier St. with the Buckley/ Ware Quartet.

This is the second in a series of gigs that we have organised called the Gallic Gaelic Entente supported by the Arts Council

Performing in the Buckley/ Ware Quartet are:

Hugh Buckley (guitar), Phil Ware (piano), Neil O’Loghlen (double bass) and Dominic Mullan (drums).

Doors 8.30pm, Music at 9.00pm. Admission €8.00.

JJ Smyth’s,DUBLIN’S PREMIER LIVE JAZZ AND BLUES VENUE.


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12 Aungier Street, Dublin 2. Telephone: 01 475 2565.