Open Ears Music Podcasts

Jeff Albert Quartet plus Jeb Bishop

More free show recordings from Open Ears Music:

Scott Nicholson – Audio Archive – 13 Dec 11
Scott Nicholson (words & effects), Brad Walker (saxes), Will Thompson (keys), Jesse Morrow (bass), & Marcello Benetti (drums)

Michael Zerang, Helen Gillet & Jeff Albert – Audio Archive – 6 Dec 11
Michael Zerang (drums), Helen Gillet (cello), Jeff Albert (trombone)

Rex Gregory – Audio Archive – 29 November 11
Rex Gregory, Brad Walker, Oliver Bonie, David Polk (saxes); Simon Lott (drums); Kathleen Westfall

This Week in Buenos Aires

From Buenos Aires,su Nueva Musica:

Sunday 15 January
Jam trio
Mariano Agustoni (piano)
Jorge Negro González (contrabass)
Quintino Cinalli (percussion).
At Jazz & pop ,Paraná 340

Thursday 18 january
Pepi Taveira group (contemporary jazz)
pepi taveira ,drums
luis agudo, percussion
ramiro panovi , guitar
mariano loiacono, trumpet
At thelonius, salguero 1884 21.30 hs

FRIDAY 19 JANUARY
Alan Zimmerman trio ,contemporary jazz
Alan Zimmerman, piano
Ezequiel Dutil ,contrabass
Carto Brandan,drums
At Thelonius , Salguero 1884 21.30hs

saturday 20 january
21.30 SERGIO PETRAVICH CUARTETO , contemporary jazz
Sergio Petravich – Tenor Sax
Nicolás Boccanera – Piano
Maximiliano Kirszner – Contrabass
Fabio Barraza – Drums
23:30’ JAM SESSION
“POLLOK PERONISTA” + Pablo Butelman Quinteto
At UN LUGAR EN ORTÚZAR, ÁLVAREZ THOMAS 1612
Juani Mendez trio , contemporary jazz

Debussy, Mori, Murail, Vines, Zorn at Callithumpian

A great-sounding upcoming concert in the Boston area, at

Callithumpian.

We’re kicking off 2012 with an exciting and powerful program on January 25th, with Debussy, Ikue Mori, Tristan Murail, Nicholas Vines, and John Zorn, featuring special guests: electronic artist / musician Ikue Mori, and the incredible soprano Adrienne Pardee. Here’s the line-up:

Claude Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola, and Harp
Ikue Mori: Confucius Becomes Popular
Tristan Murail: Lachrymae
Nicholas Vines: The Economy of Wax
John Zorn: Orphée

Wednesday, January 25 at 8pm in Jordan Hall: a solid start to the new year, and a night not to miss – free admission, too.