WED­NES­DAY 14.06.17

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

VIDEO LAUNCH Ru­sangano Fam­ily

D-Light Stu­dios, 46 North Great Clarence St, Dublin 7pm Adm free (do­na­tions ap­pre­ci­ated and ac­cepted). To ap­ply for tick­ets (which are lim­ited) email iknowyouknow­ Fol­low­ing their RTE Choice Mu­sic Prize win for Let the Dead

Bury the Dead, Lim­er­ick’s Ru­sangano Fam­ily launch their new sin­gle, I Know You Know, on Fri­day June 16. Ahead of that launch, the trio present a multi-stranded show that in­cludes a screen­ing of the video (di­rected by the rather classy Bob Gal­lagher), spo­ken word per­for­mances from MuRli and God Knows, a DJ set from my­nameisjOhn, and a talk by Rub­ber­ban­dits’ Blind­boy Boat­club on the state of men­tal health in Ire­land. This is BYOB event, so please drink sen­si­bly and dance like mad things. TCL

JAZZ Monika Ryan Quar­tet

Arthurs, Dublin, 9pm, ¤10/¤8, arthur­ US vo­cal­ist Monika Ryan has been per­form­ing in New York clubs since her teens, work­ing with some of that city’s greats like gui­tarist Gene Ber­toncini and drum­mer Charli Per­sip. She has been par­tic­u­larly as­so­ci­ated in re­cent years with Dublin-born gui­tarist David O’Rourke, a much sought-af­ter ac­com­pa­nist who is gain­ing a rep­u­ta­tion as one of New York’s top ar­rangers for big band. O’Rourke alas is not ac­com­pa­ny­ing Ryan on her short Euro­pean tour (she also plays Bert’s in Belfast next Fri­day and Satur­day), but she has re­cruited a top-notch lo­cal trio fea­tur­ing gui­tarist Julien Co­larossi, bassist Dave Flem­ing and drum­mer Shane O’Dono­van.

ART Oskar Sch­lem­mer: The Tri­adic Bal­let

VIS­UAL Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Old Dublin Road, Carlow Un­til Septem­ber 10 vi­su­al­car­ The avant-garde Ger­man artist, de­signer, chore­og­ra­pher and later Bauhaus pro­fes­sor Os­car Sch­lem­mer de­vised his Tri­adic Bal­let in Stuttgart 1922. He trans­lated the car­toon­ish geom­e­try of his paint­ings into cos­tumes for dancers in a colour­fully mod­ernistic recre­ation of bal­let or, as he put it him­self: “A party in form and colour.” In 1970, Süd­funk, Stuttgart with In­ter Na­tiones and RTB, the Bel­gian tele­vi­sion net­work, staged a full-scale pro­duc­tion of The Tri­adic Bal­let, pro­duced by Bavaria Ate­lier and di­rected by Hel­mut Amann. The pro­duc­tion was cap­tured on 35mm film. Reg­u­lar screen­ings of the film form the cen­ter­piece for VIS­UAL’s Carlow Arts Fes­ti­val strand. AD

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