Sue Rynhart – Wed, Nov 28, 21:15 – €10 (Dolan’s Upstairs)

Sue Rynhart

€10 – Dolan’s Upstairs 

Doors 20:45, Gig 21:15

Sue Rynhart – Vocals
Darragh O’Kelly – Keys
Dan Bodwell – Double Bass
Matthew Jacobson – Drums

Limerick Jazz Society presents Sue Rynhart (voice) with Darragh O’Kelly (keys & synths), Dan Bodwell (double bass) & Matthew Jacobson (drums).

Dublin Vocalist and Composer Sue Rynhart’s debut album ‘Crossings’ was nominated ‘Best Jazz Album’ in the Irish Times Ticket Awards 2014. ‘Signals’ is currently reaching International critical acclaim from publications and radio including; All About Jazz USA, Salt Peanuts Scandinavia, The Irish Times, Folk Radio UK, RTÉ and BBC Radio Ulster and London Jazz News.

Sue has performed at many International Festivals including the Jazzycolors Festival in Paris, the Electric Picnic, Bray Jazz Festival, Cork Jazz Festival, Beatroot Roots Festival Belfast, Brilliant Corners Jazz Festival Belfast, Waterford New Music Week, Drogheda Arts Festival, Manchester Jazz Festival, Liverpool Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta, the Liverpool Irish Festival and at the Main auditorium in the National Concert Hall, Dublin for the Perspectives Jazz Festival as a support act for the late ECM Trumpeter Tomasz Stanko.

“Beautiful vocalist…wonderful composition”

“These are beautifully sculpted vignettes that seduce on multiple levels. She’s only two albums in, but already S. Rynhart sounds like one of the most original emerging voices in the hazy world where folk, improvisation and contemporary song entwine”
– All About Jazz

“Sue Rynhart’s poetic creativity seemingly knows no bounds, blending her cultural roots with an oblique, contemporary vision. An absolute joy to be present.”
– London Jazz News

This tour is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and Sue is supported by Improvised Music Company supports.


[ARCHIVE] Sue Rynhart: Dolans Upstairs, Apr 19th (Adm €10)

Sue Rynhart returns to Limerick with Dan Bodwell and Francesco
Turrisi to sing her her folk songs with a unique instrumentation.
Drawing on Classical and Jazz traditions with a pop sensibility, Sue
places her precise, delicate voice in the starkest, most revealing of
Sue Rynhart – Voice
Dan Bodwell – Double Bass
Francesco Turrisi – Accordion, Lute & Percussion
“Its the beauty of her voice that leaves the lasting impression”
– Ian Patterson, AllAboutJazz
“Very beautiful Work”
– Carl Corcoran, RTÉ Lyric fm
“Her charmingly quirky songs are warm and unexpectedly frank,
free from either musical or lyrical cliche, each one a beautifully
formed musical statement – and each as different as the last. ”
– Cormac Larkin, The Irish Times