Kaleidoscope have found a happy new home in the Bello Bar. Wednesday 1st of February sees them decamp to the Sugar Club for their 100th ever Kaleidoscope Night, a celebratory night for the team who show no signs of stopping just yet.
Romanian vocalist, cellist, composer and lyricist Aleka, i am Niamh launches new single Bellend and an evening of music with The Jimmy Cake
December gets off to a great start at Bello Bar with great live music from Electric Shore on December 1st while Jesse John Heffernan plays live for the first time on December 3rd with support from Danny G.
The RDS Rising Stars Concerts showcase new talent in Irish classical music and simultaneously provides an audience and a venue for talented third-level music students to help them gain valuable performance experience.
Enjoy a relaxing evening with Native Oak and find therapy within his lyrics and sounds when he plays live at Whelans Dublin on Sunday 25th September.
Totally Dublin caught up with Paul O’Reilly of Forrests who helped us see the wood for the trees.
May the Fourth Be …. The penultimate show of Kaleidoscope’s first inspirational season at the Bello Bar.
Wicklow band Wyvern Lingo have announced a show at Brewery Corner, Kilkenny on Friday December 4th 2015 with support on the night from Saint Sister.
Improvised Music Company’s Pop-Up Jazz Club STRUT will highlight some of the best contemporary domestic and international talent for four days on the Peacock Stage.
Australian trio The Necks are, quite simply, unique. Their oeuvre consists of the fragments and momentary glimpses heard in other music that you wish would last a little longer.
Gabriele Mirabassi & Francesco Turrisi: This melodious duo performance is tailor-made for the intimate setting of STRUT at the Peacock.
Piano trio, The CEO Experiment, have been making waves here in Ireland in the past 2 years, garnering praise for their highly creative improvisations and their tighter than tight sound world.
Collectively 3G, this new quartet, formed specifically for STRUT, will showcase one of the most invigorating live experiences jazz has to offer.
Bringing a wide open improv sensibility to its melodic and richly textured original material, Blue-Eyed Hawk creates uniquely eclectic music that traverses art-rock, jazz, minimalist and electronic soundworlds.
Kicking off STRUT in some considerably funky fusion are Danish organ trio Ibrahim Electric with an infectious & unique blend of funk, groove and Afro Beat.
Kaleidoscope Night is getting ready to launch into their new season in their new home – the cosy and swanky Bello Bar!
Jozef van Wissem, the most famous lutenist since Martin Prince takes to the stage of Whelans to recreate the soundtrack to Only Lovers Left Alive.
Even educated fleas do it: jam out to the best of Franco-Irish electronica at the Let’s French Music Festival