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Kahil El'Zabar at Chicago's Ethnic Heritage En...

Source: Ars Nova Workshop.

Saturday, February 18 – 8:00pm
MOSTLY OTHER PEOPLE DO THE KILLING | PHILADELPHIA SEPTET
with Moppa Elliott, bass; Ron Stabinsky, piano; Kevin Shea, drums; Brian Woestehoff, saxophone; Daniel Levine, trumpet; Dan Blacksberg, trombone; and Nick Millevoi, guitar

Philadelphia Art Alliance, 251 S. 18th Street
$20 General Admission

Online ticketing: http://www.arsnovaworkshop.com/events/mostly-other-people-do-killing-02-18-2017

Ars Nova Workshop is pleased to present the return of bassist/composer Moppa Elliott’s irreverent ensemble Mostly Other People Do the Killing, celebrating the release of the second album by their expanded septet incarnation, Loafer’s Hollow.

Friday, February 24 – 8:00pm
ETHNIC HERITAGE ENSEMBLE
with Corey Wilkes, trumpet; Alex Harding, baritone saxophone; and Kahil El’Zabar, percussion

FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Blvd. (at Race St.)
$18 General Admission

Online ticketing: http://www.arsnovaworkshop.com/events/ethnic-heritage-ensemble-02-24-2017

Ars Nova Workshop welcomes the Ethnic Heritage Ensemble to Philadelphia in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the legendary cult film Love Jones, in which El’Zabar and Avery both appeared.

Sunday, February 26 – 8:00pm
THE NECKS
with Chris Abrahams, piano; Lloyd Swanton, bass; and Tony Buck, drums

Philadelphia Art Alliance, 251 S. 18th Street
$25 General Admission

LOW TICKET ALERT: http://www.arsnovaworkshop.com/events/necks-02-26-2017

Ars Nova Workshop is honored to present the return of legendary Australian trio The Necks, following one of 2016’s most compelling and captivating concerts.

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