- 17 Nov 21
Irish guitarist Chris Guilfoyle will partake in this year's cross-cultural jazz experiment.
Improvised Music Company will host Criss Cross Europe, an improvised, collaborative jazz event, at Dublin's Freemasons' Hall on Thursday, December 9.
In this pan-European experiment, six artists from different European countries will come together as a new supergroup. Following their autumn residency in Tallinn, Estonia, the musicians will perform their one-night-only event at Dublin's Freemasons' Hall.
The event will be led by Jim Black, a Berlin-based American drummer. He has been lauded as one of the most influential musicians in contemporary jazz, and he will mentor the experiment's six musicians.
This year's musicians include Irish guitarist Chris Guilfoyle, Belgian trombonist Nabou Claerhout, Dutch vocalist Sanne Rambags, Scottish bassist David Bowden, Estonian saxophonist Aleksander Paal and Luxembourgish drummer Michel Meis.
Tickets for the one-night-only event are available here.