Great Irish Evening with Ensemble Erie and “A Hip-Hop Celebration” Center Cultural Irelandis Paris Tuesday 21st June 2122 2022

Grande soirée irlandaise avec Ensemble Eriu et "A Hip-Hop Celebration" Centre Culturel Irlandais Paris

Great Irish Evening with Ensemble Erie, “A Hip-Hop Celebration” Center for Cultural Irelandes, 21 June 2022 6:30 pm, in Paris.

Tuesday, June 21, 6:30 pm on the site
Music Festival 2022

After two years of the Virtual Music Festival, Center Cultural Irlandais is delighted to see you again in its large courtyard, in a warm and festive atmosphere. As is the tradition in 5 rue des Irlandais, we welcome many artists and groups, thus reflecting all the richness of the young Irish music scene, this time with an international dimension and unprecedented collaboration. These oscillations between erudition, energy and courage will surely give us another unforgettable evening … Stay there!

With:

_ Ensemble Throw (Traditional Music)
Deeply rooted in Claire County’s traditional collections, this septet is filled with other influences such as jazz, classical or world music. Ireland’s most famous instrumentalists around Jack Talty and Neil O’Callaghan bring unparalleled freedom and modernity into their settings. Released in 2013, their first self-titled CD immediately attracted critics; Their second, “Imbas”, was nominated by the Irish Times for Best Traditional Album of 2016. Painter Jack b. Inspired by Yeats’ work, Songline’s Magazine lists their latest album, which was released in 2017. Top 10 Most Important Albums of All Time.
“One of the most structured, imaginative and joyful sounds in contemporary Irish music. (Songs)
With Neil O’Lockline (double bass, flute), Jack Talty (concert), Jeremy Spencer (violin), Matthew Beryl (clarinet), Patrick Stefan (guitar), Mav O’Hara (Marimba), Matthew Jacobson (drums)

_ “Senegal, France, Ireland: A Hip-Hop Celebration” (Hip-Hop)
In collaboration with Senegalese, French and Irish partners, CCI is pleased to present this ambitious project that brings together hip-hop artists from our three countries on June 21st. This first concert, hosted by CCI on the occasion of Fête de la Musique, will be performed at the Cork Midsummer Festival on June 25, followed by the opening of the Irish Embassy in Dakar later this year.
Liam Farrell, a Franco-Irish composer and producer living between Dakar and Paris, alias Dr. L., will be the alchemist of this unprecedented collaboration between five internationally acclaimed artists – Naga Blinde (Senegal), Jay Ronk, ( Accompanied by 3 musicians: Seni Camera (vocals / vocals), Jean-Fi Dary (keyboards), Christoph Mink (multi-instrumentalist). During their one-week residency at CCI, on the evening of the 21st, they will offer us the results of this unique blend of R’n’B, afrofuturist electro sol and beatmaking on the evening of the 21st. A delightful melting pot that will light up CCI’s yard and make you dance to celebrate the start of summer!
In partnership with the Embassy of Ireland in France, the Embassy of Senegal in France, the Embassy of France in Ireland, the DFA and the Cork Midsummer Festival.

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With the support of Culture Ireland

In case of bad weather, check out our website: www.centreculturelirlandais.com

Entrance via 5 rue des Irlandais / Exit via 11 rue Lhomond

Bags will be inspected.
Large bags and suitcases will not be accepted. Also prohibited: Glass bottles, bicycles, scooters, animals (except guide dogs). Thanks for understanding.

CCI may close its doors temporarily if it is too busy.

Refreshments from The Green Goose Pub and Appy Drinks

Irish Cultural Center 5 rue des Irlandais, 75005 Paris 75005 Paris Paris 5th Arrondissement Paris

Tuesday, June 21 – 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm.

© Julian Maufron-Gardner / Irish Cultural Center

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