From Henry Grimes:
Thursday, January 22nd, 6 p.m: Deep Tones for Peace fundraiser at the United Nations in New York City, with Henry Grimes playing solo bass in person, Mark Dresser playing via ustream.tv, and others among the Deep Tones for Peace musicians listed below appearing in Powerpoint format. Admission is by tax-deductible donation ($25,OOO is the goal), reservations required in advance, space limited, first come, first served. Contact Sarah Weaver, 734-277-269O, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tax-deductible donations can also be made online at isimprov.org, or by mail: Deep Tones for Peace, c/o International Society for Improvised Music, P.O. Box 16O3, Ann Arbor, MI 481O6-16O3; please make checks payable to ISIM, with memo “Deep Tones for Peace.”
Thursday-Saturday, January 29th-31st: Henry Grimes residency w/ Rashied Ali, Hamilton College of Performing Arts, 198 College Hill Rd., Clinton, NY, including:
Thursday, January 29th: master class with students (4-6 pm);
Friday, January 3Oth: interviews with jazz archivist, and dinner with performing arts donors/ community leaders/ music faculty;
Saturday, January 31st: Henry Grimes and Rashied Ali, concert at 8 pm at Fillius Events Barn, tickets hamiltonpa.org/cart/15, (open to the public, but space is limited).
Directions hamiltonpa.org/info (Clinton is about 25O miles northwest of New York City, near Utica and Syracuse). Info: 315-859-4331, -4261, -435O, email@example.com, hamiltonpa.org, hamiltonpa.org/music