For those that don’t know, I founded Stet Lab, a space for improvised music based in Cork. I curated the Lab between 2007 and 2011, and during that time, also wrangled its online presence. In August, I will be removing some of the audio recordings of Stet Lab’s first year (prior to the November 2008 […]
Tag Archives: Jesse Ronneau
Originally posted at Stet Lab [original article…]: As previously announced, after thirty-two events over three and a quarter years, I’ve stepped down as curator of Stet Lab as of February 2011. The duties of running the Lab now are in the very capable hands of Veronica Tadman, Tony O’Connor, Athos Tsiopani with curatorial duties handled […]
Thanks to Catherine Kirby and everyone at the National Concert Hall for able and professional assistance, to John Godfrey, Juniper Hill and Melanie L. Marshall, the then coordinators of the UCC Music Research Seminar Series, who strongly supported Wadada’s visit, and to Mary Hickson, Chris Gaughan, Peter Crudge, Eoin Winning and everyone at the Cork […]
Thanks to Paul O’Donnell and Jeffrey Weeter of the University College Cork Concert Series; to Kevin Terry and Athoulis Tsiopani for helping out on the evening; to the Music Research Seminar Series (run by John Godfrey, Juniper Hill and Melanie L Marshall) for hosting the talk by Matana; to the Head of Music, Mel Mercier; […]
Thanks to Jesse Ronneau of EIMM, Hilary Jeffery and Richard Scott of AUXXX, Marco Eneidi of the Neu New York / Vienna Institute of Improvised Music for organizing the performances, and for hosting this itinerant musician. Thanks also to Jaap Pieters whose films added an extra interactive complication (in the best possible sense) to the […]
A couple of short video clips of the November 6, 2009 performance by Paul Dunmall and myself. The full concert available on the CD ‘Boolean Transforms’ [Get the CD…]. video credits Improvised music performance by Paul Dunmall (saxophone and bagpipes) and Han-earl Park (guitar). Video: John Hough Audio: Han-earl Park Presented by the UCC Concert […]
This coming Monday (March 15, 2010) at 9:00 pm (doors at 8:45 pm): the Jitney Trio plus the Quiet Music Ensemble perform at The Roundy (Castle Street, Cork, Ireland). Admission is €12 (€6) at the door.
An improvised music event with the Jitney Trio (Marian Murray (violin), Neil O’Loghlen (double bass) and Han-earl Park (guitar)) plus the Quiet Music Ensemble (Roddy O’Keeffe (trombone), Ilse De Ziah (’cello), John Godfrey (guitar) and Jesse Ronneau (double bass)).
Mar–08–2010: Cork, Ireland
Mar–15–2010: Cork, Ireland
Apr–12–2010: Cork, Ireland
Apr–14–2010: Glasgow, Scotland
Apr–15–2010: Edinburgh, Scotland
Apr–18–2010: London, England
May–10–2010: Cork, Ireland
May–26–2010: Cork, Ireland
Video clips of the February 11th 2009 performance by myself with Paul Dunmall, Mark Sanders and Jamie Smith are now on YouTube. video credits Improvised music performance by Paul Dunmall (saxophone), Han-earl Park (guitar), Mark Sanders (drums) and Jamie Smith (guitar). Video: John Hough.Audio: Jamie Smith. Presented by the UCC Concert Series at the Lewis […]
A very big thanks to Paul Dunmall for performing with me on Friday (November 6th 2009). It was (despite me suffering from a cold) a mind blowing experience. What a, to borrow an adjective Paul uses a lot, fantastic player. I’m reminded how much I have to learn and practice.
A special note of thanks to Thomas Buckner and Jesse Ronneau for inviting me to join-in on the improvisative play last week.