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4 nights of next-generation jazz at pan-European 12 Points festival

12 exciting emerging jazz acts from across Europe, with daytime ‘Jazz Futures’ industry conference and after-hours jam sessions in DUBLIN this September 5-8th. – posted

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Wood Quay Summer Sessions concert series returns this July

The Wood Quay Summer Sessions return for a third year of free concerts from 1pm to 2pm every Thursday throughout July at Dublin's Wood Quay Amphitheatre at Dublin City Council. – posted

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Take part in Dance & Choral Workshops at Hotter Than July 2018

Our annual ‘world’ music festival HOTTER THAN JULY is coming up soon (29th July), and we are delighted to announce opportunities for members of the public to take part in dance and choral workshops - starting from next Saturday 16th June. – posted

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Round Two of Fun Size Jazz at The Ark this August

After such a great experience at The Ark for the first ever Fun Size Jazz event, we are delighted to announce that there will be another set of performances on the bank holiday Monday on 6th August in the main theatre at The Ark. This is a great chance for music lovers, young and old, to try something new together. – posted

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IMC Supports: Umbra & Sue Rynhart to perform at Manchester Jazz Festival 2018

Irish jazz artists Umbra and Sue Rynhart have been programmed to perform at this year’s Manchester Jazz Festival in July, as a result of the support of IMC, Culture Ireland, and JPN. – posted

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IMC & Le Bureau Export announce new partnership

Improvised Music Company are excited to announce an exciting new partnership with French music promoter Le Bureau Export. – posted

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Marketing & Event Assistant Internship available with IMC

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IMC & Music From Ireland represent Irish jazz at jazzahead! & debut VR showcasing

In 2018, in Bremen, Germany, one of the most anticipated industry events of the year: jazzahead!, took place. IMC along with Music from Ireland (with support from Culture Ireland) joined forces with Jazz from Scotland to represent and promote Irish and Scottish jazz together. – posted

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