The Cornelia Street Cafe in July

Source: New York’s Cornelia Street Cafe.

Tuesday, Jul 03 – 9:30PM
GORDON GRDINA
Gordon Grdina, guitar, oud; Oscar Noriega, saxophone; Russ Lossing, piano; Satoshi Takeishi, percussion

Wednesday, Jul 11 – 6:00PM
ZAPPA:: ANA CHOIRED TASTE, LED BY LEE TOMBOULIAN
Lauren Lee, Marty Elkins; Susan Tobocman; Mary Foster Conklin; Sarah James, John McMahon; Nicole Zaray Meter; John DiPinto; Jonathan Matthews, Roni GBZ; Ratzo Harris, bass; Colin Hinton, drums; Dylan Pramuk, special guest

Saturday, Jul 14 – 8:30 & 10:00pm
JEFF DAVIS, TONE COLLECTOR
Tony Malaby, tenor sax; Eivind Opsvik, bass; Jeff Davis, drums, comp.

Monday, Jul 16 – 6:00PM
SMASHING HUMANS
Sana Nagano, violin, compositions; Michael Attias, sax; Keisuke Matsuno, guitar; Ken Filiano, bass; Max Jaffe, drums

Coming to the ISSUE Project Room

Source: New York’s ISSUE Project Room.

FRANCISCO LÓPEZ / MICHAEL THEODORE
Tue 26 Jun, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
ISSUE and Harvestworks present acclaimed sonicist, composer, and biologist Francisco López making a rare NY appearance, his first at ISSUE since 2014. The evening also features composer, performer, and kinetic installation artist Michael Theodore’s “Sound Houses (i)”, the first in a series inspired by Francis Bacon.

FRANCISCO LÓPEZ / BETH BRADFISH: ATTACHMENTS
Wed 27 Jun, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
With roots in industrial music, and a penchant for recording everything from rainforests to skyscrapers, López’ work concerns complex phenomenological referencing to the “substance of reality.” Composer Beth Bradfish presents work brining the audience as close to sound as possible, with Diane Moser & Max Johnson.

WILL RAWLS — CURSOR 2: DITTIES
Sat 30 Jun, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
During his 2018 ISSUE residency, choreographer and performer Will Rawls takes the multifarious figure of the cursor as a guideline to investigate his work that encompasses dance, writing, voice and objects. Cursor 2: Ditties is language gaming for a voice and body in motion.

JULIA SANTOLI’S SIREN SORE: “BURNING BODY OF LOVE” WITH ZACH ROWDEN
Fri 13 Jul, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Julia Santoli continues her 2018 residency with the premiere of a new work within her “Siren Sore” cycle: a mutant project of myriad form manifesting as visual project, recording album, and performance through genre-crossing collaborations. The evening premieres “burning body of love” with double bassist Zach Rowden.