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    Joshua Redman Trio Launches Irish Tour; James Farm to Tour Europe in November
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    Following his recent European tour with The Bad Plus, Joshua Redman has arrived in Ireland with the Joshua Redman Trio, featuring Reuben Rogers on bass and Gregory Hutchinson on drums, to launch its Irish tour with a concert at The Button Factory in Dublin tonight. The five-day, five-city tour includes stops in Limerick, Cork, Dún Laoghaire, as well as a show at The Mac in Belfast, Northern Ireland. See below for all of Redman's currently scheduled tour dates; for additional details and ticket links, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Redman spoke with the Irish Times about the tour and his unexpected musical career. Says Redman: “I’ve always felt like jazz is as much about the adventure, the journey as about the arrival, in the moment, trying to figure it out and trying to find something, as much as about the end product.” Read the complete article at irishtimes.com.

    Joshua Redman returns to Europe in November for the launch of the 2012–13 season Wigmore Hall Jazz Series, which he has curated, succeeding label mate and frequent collaborator Brad Mehldau as the Hall’s Jazz Series curator, gathering a stellar line-up of artists to shape his first season. The London series begins November 2 with a performance by the Axis Saxophone Quartet, in which Redman joins fellow saxophonists Chris Cheek, Mark Turner, and Chris Potter (who can also be heard on Pat Metheny's new Unity Band album).

    Following the Wigmore performance, Redman joins up with James Farm, the collaborative band featuring Redman, pianist Aaron Parks, bassist Matt Penman, and drummer Eric Harland, which released its self-titled debut album on Nonesuch Records to critical acclaim in 2011. The New York Times calls their album "a model of dazzling proficiency." The three-week tour will begin at the JazzOnze+ Festival in Lausanne, Switzerland, on November 3, and include stops across Germany, the Netherlands, France, Austria, and Poland.

    JOSHUA REDMAN ON TOUR

    with Joshua Redman Trio

    Sep 12 The Button Factory Dublin, IRELAND
    Sep 13 Belltable Arts Centre Limerick, IRELAND
    Sep 14 Triskel Christchurch Cork, IRELAND
    Sep 15 The MAC Belfast, UK
    Sep 16 Pavilion Theatre Dún Laoghaire, IRELAND

    with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

    Oct 26&27 Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center New York, NY

    Wigmore Hall Jazz Series

    Nov 2 with Axis Saxophone Quartet London, UK
    May 11, 2013 with Christian McBride London, UK

    with James Farm

    Nov 3 Casino Montbenon Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
    Nov 5 Alte Feurwache Mannheim, GERMANY
    Nov 7 Bimhuis Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
    Nov 8 De Oosterpoort Groningen, NETHERLANDS
    Nov 9 Trans4Jazz Festival Ravensburg, GERMANY
    Nov 10 Kolner Philharmonie Cologne, GERMANY
    Nov 12 Maison de la Culture Amiens, FRANCE
    Nov 13 MC2 Grenoble, FRANCE
    Nov 14 Palais des Beaux-Arts Brussels, BELGIUM
    Nov 15 Moods Zurich, SWITZERLAND
    Nov 16 Jazzit Musik Club Salzburg, AUSTRIA
    Nov 17 Bielskie Centrum Kultury Bielsko-Biala, POLAND
    Nov 19 Jazz Club Pod Filarami Gorzów Wielkopolski, POLAND

    with Brad Mehldau Trio & The Bad Plus

    May 4, 2013 Royce Hall Los Angeles, CA

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Joshua Redman Trio Launches Irish Tour; James Farm to Tour Europe in November

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Joshua Redman and his Trio, featuring Reuben Rogers and Gregory Hutchinson, launch their Irish tour with a concert at The Button Factory in Dublin tonight. The five-day, five-city tour includes stops in Limerick, Cork, Dún Laoghaire, as well as a show at The Mac in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Redman returns to Europe in November for the first in his curated concerts at London's Wigmore Hall and a three-week European tour with James Farm.

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Following his recent European tour with The Bad Plus, Joshua Redman has arrived in Ireland with the Joshua Redman Trio, featuring Reuben Rogers on bass and Gregory Hutchinson on drums, to launch its Irish tour with a concert at The Button Factory in Dublin tonight. The five-day, five-city tour includes stops in Limerick, Cork, Dún Laoghaire, as well as a show at The Mac in Belfast, Northern Ireland. See below for all of Redman's currently scheduled tour dates; for additional details and ticket links, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Redman spoke with the Irish Times about the tour and his unexpected musical career. Says Redman: “I’ve always felt like jazz is as much about the adventure, the journey as about the arrival, in the moment, trying to figure it out and trying to find something, as much as about the end product.” Read the complete article at irishtimes.com.

Joshua Redman returns to Europe in November for the launch of the 2012–13 season Wigmore Hall Jazz Series, which he has curated, succeeding label mate and frequent collaborator Brad Mehldau as the Hall’s Jazz Series curator, gathering a stellar line-up of artists to shape his first season. The London series begins November 2 with a performance by the Axis Saxophone Quartet, in which Redman joins fellow saxophonists Chris Cheek, Mark Turner, and Chris Potter (who can also be heard on Pat Metheny's new Unity Band album).

Following the Wigmore performance, Redman joins up with James Farm, the collaborative band featuring Redman, pianist Aaron Parks, bassist Matt Penman, and drummer Eric Harland, which released its self-titled debut album on Nonesuch Records to critical acclaim in 2011. The New York Times calls their album "a model of dazzling proficiency." The three-week tour will begin at the JazzOnze+ Festival in Lausanne, Switzerland, on November 3, and include stops across Germany, the Netherlands, France, Austria, and Poland.

JOSHUA REDMAN ON TOUR

with Joshua Redman Trio

Sep 12 The Button Factory Dublin, IRELAND
Sep 13 Belltable Arts Centre Limerick, IRELAND
Sep 14 Triskel Christchurch Cork, IRELAND
Sep 15 The MAC Belfast, UK
Sep 16 Pavilion Theatre Dún Laoghaire, IRELAND

with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

Oct 26&27 Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center New York, NY

Wigmore Hall Jazz Series

Nov 2 with Axis Saxophone Quartet London, UK
May 11, 2013 with Christian McBride London, UK

with James Farm

Nov 3 Casino Montbenon Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
Nov 5 Alte Feurwache Mannheim, GERMANY
Nov 7 Bimhuis Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Nov 8 De Oosterpoort Groningen, NETHERLANDS
Nov 9 Trans4Jazz Festival Ravensburg, GERMANY
Nov 10 Kolner Philharmonie Cologne, GERMANY
Nov 12 Maison de la Culture Amiens, FRANCE
Nov 13 MC2 Grenoble, FRANCE
Nov 14 Palais des Beaux-Arts Brussels, BELGIUM
Nov 15 Moods Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Nov 16 Jazzit Musik Club Salzburg, AUSTRIA
Nov 17 Bielskie Centrum Kultury Bielsko-Biala, POLAND
Nov 19 Jazz Club Pod Filarami Gorzów Wielkopolski, POLAND

with Brad Mehldau Trio & The Bad Plus

May 4, 2013 Royce Hall Los Angeles, CA

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