“Sue Rynhart’s poetic creativity seemingly knows no bounds, blending her cultural roots with an oblique, contemporary vision. An absolute joy to be present.” London Jazz News
Dublin vocalist and composer Sue Rynhart .
Sue’s debut album ‘Crossings’ (Songs for Voice & Double Bass) with Dan Bodwell was nominated ‘Best Jazz Album’ in the Irish Times Ticket Awards 2014. and her new album ‘Signals’ is receiving International critical acclaim from publications and radio including; The Irish Times, American website ‘All About Jazz’, Folk Radio UK, Scandanavian Jazz Review ‘Salt Peanuts’, RTÉ and BBC. In performing with Dylan Rynhart’s Fuzzy Logic Ensemble, she has sung with international Jazz artists, Rick Peckham, Tom Arthurs and Florian Ross. She has premiered works by many of the Composers from the Irish Composers Collective & the Contemporary Music Centre and and has performed on BBC Radio with the Choir of Christchurch Cathedral Dublin. She has been featured extensively on Róisín Ingle’s Irish Times podcast ‘Róisín meets’, The Blue of the Night RTÉ Lyric fm and on Bernard Clarke’s award winning radio programme ‘Nova’ on RTÉ Lyric fm. Sue has performed her music at many festivals such as Electric Picnic, Guinness Cork Jazz Festival, Drogheda Arts Festival, Bray Jazz Festival, Waterford New Music Week, Liverpool Irish Festival at the Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room, Jazzy Colors Festival Paris and in the Main auditorium in the National Concert Hall Dublin for the Perspectives Jazz festival as a support act for ECM Trumpeter Tomasz Stanko.
Sue’s new album ‘Signals’ was released on Friday the 28th of April 2017 presented by Note Productions.
Sue recognises support from the Improvised Music Company and Culture Ireland.
14 Henrietta Street – Georgian townhouse to tenement dwelling
Set in a Georgian townhouse, 14 Henrietta Street tells the story of the building’s shifting fortunes, from family home and powerbase to courthouse; from barracks to its final incarnation as a tenement hall.
The stories of the house and street mirror the story of Dublin and her citizens.