FIREHOUSE 12 ANNOUNCES FALL 2006 CONCERT SCHEDULE
NEW HAVEN, CT — Firehouse 12 is proud to announce its Fall 2006 concert season, which kicks off Friday, September 22nd with a solo performance by acclaimed pianist Matthew Shipp. All performances include two sets beginning at 8:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. respectively. Tickets are $15 for the opening set and $10 for the second set. A season pass for both sets of every show is available for $175 until September 22nd. Tickets are available online at http://www.firehouse12.com, by phone at (203) 785-0468, or at the box office beginning at 7 p.m. the night of the show (subject to availability).
Friday, September 22nd :: Matthew Shipp
Matthew Shipp, solo piano
Friday, September 29th :: Carla Marciano Quartet
Carla Marciano, alto and sopranino saxophones; Alessandro La Corte, piano; Aldo Vigorito, bass; Gaetano Fasano, drums
Friday, October 6th :: David Berkman Quartet
David Berkman, piano/composer; Jimmy Greene, saxophones; Ed Howard, bass; Ted Poor, drums
Friday, October 13th :: Nate Wooley and Blue Collar
Nate Wooley, trumpet and cornet; Steve Swell, trombone; Tatsuya Nakatani, percussion
Friday, October 20th :: Andrew Cyrille/Greg Osby Duo
Andrew Cyrille, drums; Greg Osby, saxophones
Friday, October 27th :: Pete Robbins and Centric
Pete Robbins, alto saxophone/composer; Sam Sadigursky, tenor and soprano saxophones; Eliot Cardinaux, Nord Electro; Thomas Morgan, bass; Dan Weiss, drums
Saturday, November 4th :: Dave Allen Quartet
Dave Allen, guitar; Loren Stillman, alto saxophone; Drew Gress, bass; Mark Ferber, drums
Friday, November 10th :: Stephen Haynes and Bugaboo
Stephen Haynes, trumpet and cornet; Allan Jaffe, guitar; Mario Pavone, bass; Warren Smith, drums and percussion
Friday, November 17th :: Dominique Eade Duo
Dominique Eade, voice; Jed Wilson, piano
Friday, December 1st :: Ben Allison Quartet
Ben Allison, bass and guitar; Ron Horton, trumpet and flugelhorn; Steve Cardenas, guitar; Gerald Cleaver, drums
Friday, December 8th :: Wayne Escoffery Quartet
Wayne Escoffery, tenor saxophone; Toru Dodo, piano; Hans Glawishnig, bass; Jason Brown, drums
Friday, December 15th :: TBA
Firehouse 12 is located at 45 Crown Street in New Haven, CT. Venue images and more information are available by request.
About Firehouse 12:
Firehouse 12 is an award-winning full-service bar, state-of-the-art recording studio and unusually intimate performance space located in New Haven’s historic Ninth Square District. Painstakingly renovated over the course of four years by owner/producer/engineer Nick Lloyd and Gray Organschi Architecture, this once-abandoned firehouse building has become a major part of New Haven’s cultural renaissance since opening its doors in April 2005. It has also quickly gained a reputation as one of the premier recording studios and creative music venues on the East Coast.
A 2006 Best Studio Design Project nominee for the prestigious Technical Excellence and Creativity (TEC) Awards (http://www.mixfoundation.org/tec.html), the recording studio features world-class acoustic design by renowned acoustician John Storyk of Walters-Storyk Design Group. The striking 1200-square foot space features a Steinway concert grand piano, and doubles as an 80-seat public venue with unparalleled technical possibilities for some of the most respected names in creative music. Past performers include Han Bennink, Tim Berne, Dave Douglas, Susie Ibarra, Joe McPhee, Joe Morris, William Parker and Mario Pavone among many others.
In a June 2005 feature, New Haven Independent’s Regina DeAngelo called Firehouse 12 “a north star in the jazz firmament that might well guide music lovers to New Haven from far away.” She went on to write, “fabric-covered walls are angled to urge music to flow, not bounce, through a womb-like space. It’s almost like sitting in the hull of an instrument. Luckily, the Firehouse attracts people who bring near-religious reverence to the music, producing an exchange of energy that often fires great performances.” James Keepnews of the New Haven Advocate echoed DeAngelo’s praise, calling the venue a “remarkable new cultural outpost” and “a resounding success.” Yale University’s Associate Vice President of New Haven and State Affairs Michael Morand recently called the space “a wonderful addition to New Haven’s role as the cultural capital of Connecticut.”
Find out more at http://www.firehouse12.com