The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - MUSIC REVIEWS - Siob­hán Long JC Lau­rence Mackin

Like many others, Yousef be­gan as a DJ be­fore adding sev­eral other notches to his belt. The Liver­pudlian is as well-known today for his Cir­cus la­bel and var­i­ous events as he is for be­ing a DJ with a han­dle on big-room house. His track record for Cir­cus is im­pres­sive, the la­bel re­leas­ing work by Four Tet, Sven Vath, Carl Cox, Harry Romero and many more. His own tunes are also in de­mand and he’s ac­cu­mu­lated a cat­a­logue of tracks for Bpitch Con­trol, Crosstown Rebels, Get Phys­i­cal, De­fected, Ce­cile, Co­coon and Deso­lat. IR­ISH NORDIC FU­SION Slow Moving Clouds Danny Di­a­mond’s fid­dle criss­crosses Kevin Mur­phy’s cello and Fin­nish mu­si­cian Aki’s nykel­harpa. The un­pre­dictable re­sults are what make this Ir­ish/Nordic col­lab­o­ra­tion so in­trigu­ing. A con­tem­po­rary twist on tra­di­tional themes. DUBLIN DANCE FES­TI­VAL This year’s Dublin Dance Fes­ti­val has al­ready taken to stages across the cap­i­tal, for the big­gest event in the dance cal­en­dar. This is di­rec­tor Ben­jamin Perchet’s first pro­gramme since tak­ing the reins last year, and themes of mi­gra­tion, mo­bil­ity and trans­for­ma­tion dom­i­nate his am­bi­tious pro­gramme.

On Fri­day and Satur­day, there are a few dou­ble head­ers to choose from. will pre­miere her new work Time Over Dis­tance Over Time, which ex­plores how peo­ple deal with “the phys­i­cal and emo­tional dis­tances we en­counter while liv­ing at op­po­site ends of the planet”. Also on the bill is Bias from work­ing with video artist Mark Li­nane and com­poser Daragh Dukes. In Project Arts Cen­tre Cube,

presents Lim­i­nal, which won her a best per­former award at the Tiger Dublin Fringe in 2015.

And in the cin­e­matic Folds of the Crane, cre­ates a work in­spired by black holes, flick books, and the

Liz Roche Kather­ine O’Mal­ley, Li­adain Her­riott Jus­tine Cooper

many sides of the self. Also at the Project,

a soloist with the Pina Bausch Tanzthe­ater Wup­per­tal, presents her new solo show Jes­sica and Me.

Per­haps the fes­ti­val high­light ar­rives on Sun­day in the el­e­gant shape of and his Lines bal­let (above). He presents two works at Bord Gáis En­ergy Theatre on Sun­day, Shostakovich and Rasa. The for­mer is set to the com­poser’s string quar­tets, while the lat­ter is per­formed to a score by In­dian ta­ble player Zakir Hus­sain. The work, and his team of 12 dancers, bridge the gap be­tween clas­si­cal bal­let and the 21st cen­tury.

ti, Cris­tiana Mor­gan- Alonzo King

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