Everybody is probably wondering what May will be about after the shaky, shocking and full-of-interruptions April. At least we are back to our day to day programme and sending you this Newsletter to let you know what is on at CFCP throughout the whole month.
A’propos May – we googled “What May 2010 is about” and found out that there are over 82 Special Days in May!!!!! All over the world and including Blueberry Cheesecake Day, Tap Dance Day, Penny Day, Buy-A-Musical-Instrument Day, Socks Day and so on… If you are interested check: http://familycrafts.about.com/library/spdays/blmaydayslong.htm.
With this in mind we do not have much choice but to try to make all the Special Days in May even more special with our programme of events at CFCP. We wish that among our concerts, screenings, readings, exhibitions and artistic workshops there will be an attractive offer for all of you to join us again!.))
Highlights of the Month
|Rebecca Horn “Busters’ Bedroom”
Experimental Film Screening
Thursday 20th May 7pm
Rebecca Horn – one of the most illustrious contemporary German artists.
“Busters’ Bedroom” – a motion-picture homage to Buster Keaton (starring Geraldine Chaplin and Donald Sutherland) Deprived of a linear narrative, objects or characters conceived by the artist play a double role, illustrating and interpreting presented topics in a form of motion images.
Ria & Maurice Czerniak
Lunch time concert
Wednesday 19th May 12noon – 2pm
Songs by fine lyricist and melody writer, accompanied by guitar. Ria is a Dublin singer/songwriter whose earthly, whimsical tales of woe and mystery leave the audiences inspired to find black cats among buttons in the twilight where missing persons play chess against the hands of time… To have a taste please visit: http://www.riaczerniak.com/page2.html
Tell the world
Events promotion and networking evening
Monday 10th May 7pm
For artists and event organisers – this is the evening where you can pitch your event or upcoming project and distribute your flyers. For audiences – it’s a chance to make friends and professional contacts with arts professionals in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Dayfall Duo Jazz Concert
Friday 28th May 8pm
Jamie Evans (saxophones) and Marco Santaroni (double bass) playing strongly experimental music as they revisit jazz standards and use non-composed and unpredictable free improvisation, whose flowing relies solely on the communication between the two musicians.
Jazz Jam Session
Wednesdays from 8.30 till 11pm
Great international musicians are coming together every Wednesday for all kinds of jazz and cool improvisations in a very friendly and informal atmosphere. Also for those who “only” want to listen!
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