Tuesday 2.12 at 6 pm at Arkadia: An evening with Carolyn Goodwin voice/saxophones/clarinets (IRL)

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Dear friend of Arkadia,

You are invited to an evening of improvised music, drawing from folk, jazz and original material with Carolyn Goodwin voice/saxophones/clarinets (IRL) with Antonio Silva, guitar (POR) and Rick-Henry Ginkel, guitar (GER) on Tuesday 2.12 at 6 pm at Arkadia (Nervanderinkatu 11)



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An evening of improvised music, drawing from folk, jazz and original material.

A native of Cork, Ireland, Carolyn’s music career to date has included performances in Australia, the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia and Asia, as well as throughout the UK and Europe.

She has performed as the soprano saxophone soloist with the touring production of Grammy-award winning Riverdance. Carolyn has also worked with Tony-award nominated composer Mel Mercier in creating music for Corcadorca and Abbey Theatre productions. Carolyn performed the Irish première of Steve Reich’s New York Counterpoint for solo saxophone in the presence of the Pulitzer-prize winning composer to mark his 75th year. She has also performed with renowned composer and jazz musician Hayden Chisholm in the Irish premiere of his work Love in Numbers.

Carolyn is currently an exchange student on the Nordic Masters in Global Music course at the Sibelius Academy.
She will be joined by fellow Sibelius Academy students Rick-Henry Ginkel, a student of classical piano and jazz guitar on exchange from Germany, and Antonio Silva, who is a student of the Nordic Masters in Jazz programme, currently on exchange from Portugal.