Almost 25 years later Music has the Right to Children remains one of the most sublime debuts of all time. Eerie, meditative and layered; it was and remains a benchmark in electronica taking the concept of childhood and splicing it through a textured prism of sound. Now take a jazz trumpeter, his eight-piece gamelan ensemble and open it up to interpretation. Bringing a range of percussive instruments such as xylophones, gongs, bells, trumpet, synthesisers, bass guitar, drums and conches (shell trumpets); this is a live experience and not simply playback of the opus. Special guests on the night are our own Glasshouse playing Aphex Twin.
National Concert Hall, Sunday January 29, €29.50