Paul Dunlea Big Band + Special Guests For Cork Opera House

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The Paul Dunlea Big Band are set to take to the mighty Cork Opera House stage on April 26th, showcasing some of Cork music’s best to the sound of the 18 piece band.

Special guests for the night include Mick Flannery, John Spillane, Laoise O’ Hanlon, Camille O Sullivan, Cathal Coughlan, Niall McCabe & Karen Underwood.

 

The Paul Dunlea Big Band perform a mix of original compositions and arrangements written by Paul and other Irish Jazz composers. These include Paul Frost and Cormac McCarthy.

 

“A thoughtful and sensitive composer, with a gift for blending instruments to paint pictures in sound”

– The Irish Independent

Catch the Paul Dunlea Big Band on April 26th in Cork Opera House. More Information at www.pauldunleamusic.com.

The Paul Dunlea Big Band Line-up:

Saxes:

Ciaran WildeMark Wilde, Karl Rooney, Mick Lynch, John O’Connor

Trombones:

Paul Dunlea (Leader), Michael Marshall, Eoghan KellyPaul Frost

Trumpets:

Mark Adams, Danny Healy, Alex Maynard, Michael MullinsLinley Hamilton.

Rhythm Section:

Paul Byrne (Drums), Julien Colarossii (Guitar), Dan Bodwell (Bass),Cormac Mccarthy (Piano)

Saxes:

Ciaran WildeMark Wilde, Karl Rooney, Mick Lynch, John O’Connor

Trombones:

Paul Dunlea, Michael Marshall, Eoghan KellyPaul Frost

Trumpets:

Mark Adams, Danny HealyEamonn NolanMichael MullinsLinley Hamilton.

Rhythm Section:

Paul Byrne (Drums), Julien Colarossii (Guitar), Rory Dempsey (Bass),Cormac Mccarthy (Piano)

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