Four of the best – recommended jazz events this week
Triskel Christchurch, Cork, 1 p.m., 10 â¬ /â¬ 8, triskelartscentre.ie
Francesco Turrisi’s latest album, the beautiful and thought-provoking Nordic migrations, is a musical account of the transformations that occur when we are not living where we were born. âI no longer fully belong where I come from,â says the Turin-born pianist, âand I will never fully belong where I am goingâ. Since arriving in Ireland, Turrisi has become a dynamic force in transgender worlds where jazz, early music, folk and improvisation overlap, playing accordion, frame drums and more. , but for the launch in Cork of the new recording, it will be confined to the new Steinway of Triskel.
Phil Ware Trio
Workman’s Club, Dublin, 7 p.m., 10 â¬, facebook.com/dublinjazzcoop
Pianist Phil Ware is so busy supporting others – from British singer Iain Shaw to Swedish trumpeter Ander Bergcrantz, to tutoring the next generation of Irish pianists on DCU’s Jazz Performance course – that he’s dusted off the dust. his own trio and gave him a good run. So this concert, the latest offering from the new Dublin Jazz Co-Op hosted by musicians at Workman’s Club, is a rare opportunity to catch a mainstream piano master in the company of his longtime partners, the rhythm section out peer of bassist Dave Redmond and drummer Kevin Brady.
Julien & Jean
Bagots Hutton, Dublin, 5 p.m., 13/10 â¬, dublinjazz.fr
Dublin guitarist duo Julien Colarossi and John Keogh met during jazz lessons at Newpark 10 years ago and have since developed a repertoire that appeals to everyone, a repertoire that touches everything from Crusaders to Chaka Khan to Coldplay. The duo have just released a second album, Just the way you Are, featuring their own take on the well-known tunes of Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, and even an arrangement of Jerry Goldsmith’s theme for the film First blood.
Paul Dunlea Quintet
Arthurs, Dublin, 9:30 p.m., â¬ 10, arthurspub.ie
Cork trombonist, impresario and big band leader Paul Dunlea is reduced to a quintet for this rare appearance in Dublin – or almost. Not content with a group comprising newcomer (and welcome) Ben Castle (son of Roy) on saxophone and Venezuelan virtuoso Leopoldo Osio on piano, Dunlea also recruited fleet-fingered saxophonist Derek O’Connor of the Camembert Quartet and Late show renowned as a special guest. The trombonist’s first album in 2013, Bipolar, was a funky mix of jazz, soul and R&B, and with bassist Eoin Walsh and drummer Davie Ryan, Dunlea just has the line-up to make the nods in agreement.