Concert to Celebrate the Life of Joe Maneri, February 9th, New York

Joe Maneri (4/3/04 at the 40 Watt Club in Athe...
Joe Maneri (4/3/04 at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This concert will take place at the Douglass Street Music Collective:

A Concert to Celebrate the Life of Joe Maneri
Saturday, February 9, 2013, 8pm

What: A Concert to Celebrate the Life of Joe Maneri
When: Thursday, February 9, 2013, 8pm
Where: Douglass St Music Collective, 295 Douglass St, Brooklyn, New York, 11217, R train to Union St, D,R,N,2,3,4,5 to Atlantic/Pacific

Featuring:
Michael Attias, saxophone, Dave Ballou, trumpet, Lucian Ban, piano, Roy Campbell, trumpet, Juan Pablo Carletti, drums, Steve Dalachinsky, words, Ben Gerstein, trombone, Ben Holmes, trumpet, Sten Hostfalt, guitar, Simon Jermyn, bass, Tony Malaby, saxophone, Abe Maneri, voice & piano, Terrence McManus, guitar, Christopher Meeder, tuba, Matt Moran, vibes, Randy Peterson, drums, Matt Pavolka, bass, Jean Carla Rodea, voice Ed Schuller, bass, Josh Sinton, baritone sax/bass clarinet, Gavin Smith, piano & clarinet, Jesse Stacken, piano, Jonathan Wood Vincent, accordion,(Mat Maneri, Kris Davis, Ingrid Laubrock & Tom Rainey to perform via live stream). Other artists to be confirmed.

Douglass St Music Collective, 295 Douglass St, Brooklyn , February 9, 2012, 8pm, numerous musicians influenced or inspired by Joe Maneri or who worked with him throughout the years will gather together in an intimate setting to celebrate, through music, words and stories, the life of the late composer, improviser, educator, saxophone and clarinet player, Joe Maneri who passed away in August, 2009. Open to all, bring your instrument or your voice, a story, a poem or just your ears and some appreciation for Joe.

Joe, who passed away in August, 2009, was little known to many mainstream music lovers but to those fortunate enough to play music with him, to see him perform live or lucky enough to have heard some of his recorded music, he has been named a godfather of the improvisational jazz scene who is sorely and sorrowfully missed.