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Umbra Live at Down with Jazz 2014

Umbra

Umbra might be the wild geese of the Irish jazz scene, with members returning home from Switzerland, Belgium and the US to make this rare Dublin gig. At the helm is guitarist Chris Guilfoyle, whose tunes form an intriguing bridgehead between the rich Read more [...] Read More »

Phisqa Live at Kilkenny Arts Festival

Phisqa

Phisqa means “five” in Quechua, a native language of Peru, the birthplace of one of the members of this cosmopolitan quintet, whose other members hail from Italy, South Africa, Venezuela and Ireland. But it was Dublin that drew them all together, Read more [...] Read More »

Umbra live at Workin II

Chris Guilfoyle

Umbra is a 6 piece jazz band featuring some of the most well known jazz musicians in Dublin. Umbra's sound is hard to place with a broad range of influences ranging from the lush harmonic textures of John Hollenbeck and Jim McNeeley to the cyclical grooves Read more [...] Read More »

3G live at Down with Jazz 2012

Photography by Devi Anna

DWJ is a FREE 3-day Irish Festival, held the 24/25/26th August 2012 at the Meeting House Square in Temple Bar, featuring the best Artists in Ireland and organized by the Improvised Music Company. 3G Live at DWJ Festival featuring Chris Guilfoyle Read more [...] Read More »

Umbra live at Down with Jazz 2012

Photography by Devi Anna

DWJ is a FREE 3-day Irish Festival, held the 24/25/26th August 2012 at the Meeting House Square in Temple Bar, featuring the best bands in Ireland and organized by the Improvised Music Company. Umbra Live at DWJ Festival the 25th of August 2012, featuring Read more [...] Read More »

Phisqa live at Down with Jazz 2012

Photograpy by Devi Anna

Phisqa means "five" in Quechua, a native Peruvian Language. Phisqa represents the new way of merging the rich textures of Peruvian Rhythms with the finesse and spontaneity of Jazz. DWJ is a FREE 3-day Irish Festival, held the 24/25/26th August Read more [...] Read More »