The IBeam in June

American Jazz musician and composer Mat Maneri.
American Jazz musician and composer Mat Maneri. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Brooklyn’s IBeam:

Firey Strings Company – Summer String Session
Sunday, June 1st 6:00 PM $20 Suggested Donation
Bebop & Beyond
Guest Artist: David Harewood

Gutbucket + Coverband
Friday, June 6th 8:30 PM $10 Suggested Donation

Fabien Sevilla + Syrinx Effect
Saturday, June 7th 8:30 PM $10 Suggested Donation
Fabien Sevilla – Double Bass Solo (9:30 pm)
Syrinx Effect (8:30 pm)

Aaron Irwin Trio + Davis/Bates/Johnson/Rigby/Stacken
Sunday, June 8th 9:00 PM $10 Suggested Donation

Max Johnson Presents:
Tuesday, June 10th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation
Rasmussen, Wooley & Taborn (8:30)

Bizingas & Friends Residency
Thursday, June 12th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation
Bizingas (8:30 pm)
Kirk Knuffke Quartet (9:30 pm)

Bizingas & Friends Residency
Friday, June 13th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation
Bizingas (8:30 pm)
Jonathan Goldberger Group (9:30 pm)

Bizingas & Friends Residency
Saturday, June 14th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation
Bizingas (8:30 pm)
Good For Cows (9:30 pm)

Kettle Collective June Concert #1
Wednesday, June 18th 8:00 PM $15 Suggested Donation
8:00 pm Jason Kao Hwang/Edge
9:00pm FIDO::quartet
10:00pm Christopher Forbes Quartet

FSCO – First Run w/ Fabien Seville
Thursday, June 19th 7:30 PM $20 Suggested Donation
Fabien Seville – Solo Bass (Switzerland)

Paul Flaherty & Mat Maneri / Max Johnson & Mike Sarin
Friday, June 20th 8:30 PM $10 Suggested Donation

Curtis Hasselbring
Saturday, June 21st 8:30 PM $10 Suggested Donation

Kettle Collective Summer Solstice Jam
Sunday, June 22nd 2pm-5pm $15 Suggested Donation

Kettle Collective June Concert #2
Tuesday, June 24th 8:00 PM $15 Suggested Donation
8:00pm The Quetzalcoatl Project

Russ Lossing Song Cycles
Wednesday, June 25th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation
featuring:
Kyoko Kitamura – voice
Adam Kolker- bass clarinet
Russ Lossing – piano,compositions

Ben Goldberg Quartet
Saturday, June 28th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

James Brandon Lewis / Courvoisier, Johnson & Mintz
Sunday, June 29th 8:30 PM $10 Suggested Donation

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John Zorn Introduces His Third Book of Masada Compositions

Concert of "Masada": Joey Baron (dr)...
Concert of “Masada”: Joey Baron (dr), Greg Cohen (b), Dave Douglas (tr), John Zorn (sax); (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Jazz Times, a review of Zorn concerts that took place this past March in New York.

Now 60, composer and saxophonist John Zorn is the creator and curator of a specific yet far-reaching strain of the musical avant-garde—his own genre, his own nation. He transcended comparisons to other improvising musicians long ago: Far better to draw lines from the quintessential Downtowner to, say, filmmakers Robert Altman and John Cassavetes, in his repeated use of a trusted, versatile troupe of his design. Or to Baroque composer Georg Philipp Telemann, for his laughably prolific output. Or to any number of artists who’ve expanded the parameters and function of ethnic tradition.

All About Jazz Reviews

Jenny Scheinman
Cover of Jenny Scheinman

From All About Jazz:

Lawnmower
Lawnmower II (Clean Feed Records)

Jenny Scheinman
The Littlest Prisoner (Sony Masterworks)

Dave Rempis / Darren Johnston / Larry Ochs
Spectral (Aerophonic Records)

Miles Davis extended analysis
Miles at the Fillmore – Miles Davis 1970: The Bootleg Series Vol. 3 (Legacy Recordings)

Kyle Bruckmann‘s Wrack
…Awaits Silent Tristero’s Empire (Singlespeed Music)

Benjamin Duboc
St. James Infirmary (Improvised Beings)