Sue Rynhart

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Sue Rynhart: ‘If touring, I will bring quick oats and fruit with me as often I’ll be too nervous to stomach much else before performing that evening.’

7am Up with the kids and it’s madness getting everyone up and out. Breakfast is porridge, made with water, with berries or raisins with coffee and mil(...)

Michael Wollny breathes new life into the piano trio
Jazz: The best gigs this week
  • Music
  • October 28, 2017, 05:00

Guinness Cork Jazz Festival Various venues, continues till Sunday 29th. guinnessjazzfestival.com Those interested in where jazz is headed in the (...)

Donny McCaslin
The best jazz gigs to see this week
  • Music
  • October 20, 2017, 05:00

Saturday 21st Zrazy. Baggots Hutton, Dublin, 8.30pm, €12, baggotshutton.com –Jazzy-pop (or is that poppy-jazz?) duo Zrazy - singer/flautist Maria Wal(...)

Umbra: Individually, each member of this exhilarating five-piece is a rising star of the Irish jazz scene

SUNDAY 3rd JOIN THE CLUB Nigel Mooney & Johnny Taylor Trio United Arts Club, FitzWilliam St, Dublin 4pm, €10, dublinarts.com Guitarist and sin(...)

Dubliner Sue Rynhart’s first collection of songs, Crossings, was a blast of fresh air, a set of musical haiku that flew past the genre nets, borne onl(...)

Sue Ryhnart: ‘I’m happy inside though, because I’m doing what I really love’

“Gillian Welch wrote a song singing, ‘everything is free and we’re gonna do it anyway, even if it doesn’t pay’ and it’s the sad truth about musicians,(...)

Sue Rynhart: “It’s  important to get the opportunity to talk to other musicians from other countries”

It’s a quarter of a century since the Improvised Music Company (IMC) first began to operate in the jazz and world music fields. Current director Kenn(...)

Sue Rynhart performing, with Dan Bodwell on double bass. Photograph: Aine O’Meara via Sue Rynhart

Music Month continues as Róisín meets Sue Rynhart, a young singer-songwriter with an ethereal voice. Her debut album Crosssings has received praise f(...)

Dublin vocalist Sue Rynhart is an explorer in the flexible spaces opening up between what used to be called jazz and classical music. Her charmingly q(...)