The Blue of the Night with Carl Corcoran

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    Oct 5: On Monday's Blue, our first track from a beautiful album that we'll be featuring all week (see Blue Tunes below); Jorge Bolet plays a Rachmaninov Prelude; California based Tin Hat Trio; and from the same neck of the woods, Chanticleer with sounds from the Mission Road; Barbara Bonney sings Sibelius; movie music from Pascal Gaigne; ECM legendary artist Enrico Rava(trumpet)presents a cross generational project assisted by trombonist Gianluca Petrella; Irish based CEO Experiment with Michael Buckley; Italian based cellist (from Galway) Naoimi Berrill; folk legend Joan Baez; American singer songwriter Julia Holter; Miles plays Trane; The Sixteen sing Monteverdi; the soft side of Peter Frampton; Seamus Begley duets with Damien Dempsey(pictured); glorious choral from Lithuanian composer Vytautas Miskinis; guitarist John Scofield delights; All these and lots more with Carl, starting at 10...

    The Blue of the Night with Carl Corcoran Tuesday 18 June 2013


    The Blue of the Night with Carl Corcoran

    Bachianas Brasileiras is Heitor Vill-Lobos' most famous work. There's more to this Brazilian and this week on the Blue, we'll spotlight the lesser known too.

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    October 5th - 11th 

    Renowned Armenian jazz pianist Tigran Hamasyan has just released his first ECM recording - a sublime re-imagining of Armenian sacred music from the 5th through to the 20th Century. It features piano improvisations alongside stunning choral performances by the Yerevan State Chamber Choir. Luys i Luso (Light from the Light) is in the spotlight this week ahead of their Dublin Christ Church Concert Saturday 17th presented by Walton's World Masters Series..

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