From: The Journal Of Music [noreply_at_journalofmusic_dot_com]
Sent: 13 April 2012 14:41
Subject: This week in The Journal of Music
Do you go to a traditional music session? Tell us about it.
Dublin traditional fusion band Spook of the Thirteenth Lock are today releasing their second album, The Brutal Here and Now on Transduction Records, produced by Stephen Shannon and Enda Bates.
Ciar?n ? Maonaigh of Fidil is performing in Bewley's next week with concertina player and dancer, Caitl?n Nic Gabhann.
The Tocht Festival of Dance is taking place this weekend at Siamsa T?re Theatre, Town Park, Tralee?, County Kerry, and the Fonn Rince dance school is on next weekend in Tigh Roy, Ionad Cult?rtha in the Glen of Aherlow, County Tipperary.
Vox Novus have issued a call for works of one minute in length or shorter, for composers of all ages and nationalities.
A performance of John Cage's Musicircus in London delights Liam Cagney, but he is less convinced by the deification of the composer.
As Kate Ellis takes on the role of Co-Artistic Director of Crash Ensemble, Stephen Graham talks to her about her many exciting musical projects, from her residency at Cork Opera House, to her monthly 'music salon', Kaleidoscope Ni
The ninth annual festival exploring guitar music features a range of styles and genres, and Irish and international performers and ensembles in a series of concerts and seminars in Dublin.
This Arts Council-funded tour takes in Cloverfield in County Limerick, Burncourt in Tipperary, Rahanna in Carlow, Ballickmoyler in Laois, Baltinglass in Wicklow, and Milltown in Westmeath.
PhD student Susan Gill is looking for participants for her research into the DIY approach in Irish contemporary music.
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