SUN­DAY 04.06.17

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS -

CLAS­SI­CAL Pra­tol­eva Trio Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin noon Adm free hugh­lane.ie Ham­burg-based Ir­ish com­poser Frank Cor­co­ran, who turned 73 on May 1st, has a new CD out on the RTÉ lyric fm la­bel this month, and a live tie-in in the form of a por­trait con­cert at the Hugh Lane Gallery. The lynch­pin among the per­form­ers is Martin John­son, prin­ci­pal cel­list of the RTÉ NSO, who’s on the CD play­ing the com­poser’s Cello Con­certo, and is in ev­ery work on the CD. As a mem­ber of the Pra­tol­eva Trio, he’s in three of the four works in the con­cert, too – the Duetti Ir­lan­desi, set­tings of Ir­ish melodies for cello and pi­ano (Fer­gal Caulfield), the Rhap­sodi­etta Joyceana (“based on the notes sup­plied by the letters in the writer’s name”) for solo cello, and the Trio for vi­ola, cello and pi­ano; the other work is the Vari­azioni sem­plici for solo vi­ola (Adele John­son). MD TECHNO Daniel Avery Project Water­ford 10.30pm ¤18/¤15/¤12 danielav­ery.co.uk It’s four years and count­ing since Daniel Avery de­liv­ered a se­ri­ous state­ment of in­tent in the shape of his Drone Logic de­but. While the wait for a fol­low-up goes on, there has been some ev­i­dence of life in the mean­time. Avery’s con­tri­bu­tion to the DJ Kicks se­ries last year showed just why the Lon­don pro­ducer is so highly re­garded with a setlist full of shapely tracks which shared a hyp­notic, spacey, oth­er­worldy buzz. When you go back to Drone Logic, it’s Avery’s tal­ent for join­ing up techno’s dark en­ergy and ex­per­i­men­tal elec­tron­ica’s var­i­ous plot­lines which is the most in­trigu­ing of all. Sup­port from Kenno and War­ren Sau­vage. MORE AFTERS For­bid­den Fruit After­show Wah Wah Club Dublin 11pm ¤12 wah­wah­club.ie Any­one at­tend­ing the city fest in Kil­main­ham would be well ad­vised to head to the Wah Wah Club for this visit from De­nis Sulta. The Glas­gow-born pro­ducer is the lat­est mu­si­cal ma­gi­cian from that Scot­tish city to en­joy ac­claim thanks to strong re­leases on Num­bers, Dixon Av­enue Base­ment Jams, Mis­ter Satur­day Night (as Atlus) and his own Sulta Se­lects set-up. Sup­port from Jack Thomp­son. JC ART Lim­i­nal Acts DIT Photography BA Grad­u­ates. Gallery of Photography, Meet­ing House Square, Tem­ple Bar, Dublin Un­til June 18 gallery­of­pho­tog­ra­phy.ie The grad­u­ates came up with the show’s ti­tle, fig­ur­ing it de­scribes “the place of the grad­u­ate ex­hi­bi­tion as a tran­si­tional stage or lim­i­nal site be­tween col­lege and pro­fes­sional work­ing life”. Course chair Ann Cur­ran elab­o­rates: “Some stu­dents have fo­cused on spa­ces or sites that are lim­i­nal … oth­ers tran­si­tional places be­tween spe­cific phys­i­cal lo­ca­tions. Some projects in­voke par­tic­u­lar psy­cho­log­i­cal states … oth­ers seek to rep­re­sent the in-be­tween knowl­edge de­rived from em­bod­ied ex­pe­ri­ence, per­for­mance and lived mem­ory.” AD

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