Coming up at RUCMA

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From New York’s Rise Up Creative Music & Arts:

MONDAY
September 21
3 SETS !!!
7:30 PM
Francois Grillot’s French Contraband
Francois Grillot – Bass
Others – TBA

9:00 PM
Present Personic
Patrick Brennan – alto sax
Bern Nix – guitar
Lisle Ellis – bass

10:30 PM
Special Guests From Japan
Sachi Hayasaka – saxes
Shiro Sadamura – violin
Toshiki Nagata – bass
Pheeroan akLaff – drums

TUESDAY
EVOLVING VOICE
September 22
6:30 PM
Leena Conquest Songs
Leena Conquest – Voice
Jared Botty – guitar
Calvin Jones – drums

8:00 PM
Lisa Sokolov Solo Voice

MONDAY
September 28
NORWAY AND GERMANY COLLIDE IN NYC!
7:30 PM
OLE MATHISEN’S ZERO SUM
Ole Mathisen – tenor sax
TBA – others

9:00 PM
GUNTHER HAMPEL EUROPEAN TRIO + BASS
Gunther Hampel – vibes, bass, clarinet, flute
Johannes Schleiermacher – tenor sax
Andreas Lang – bass
Bernd Oezsevim – drums

TUESDAY
September 29
EVOLVING VOICE
6:30 PM
ELLEN CHRISTIE
Ellen Christie – Voice
Juan Quinones – Guitar
Tom Bruno – Drums

8:00 PM
YOON SUN CHOI
Yoon Sun Choi – voice
Jacob Sacks – keyboard
Thomas Morgan – bass
Vinnie Sperezza – drums

MONDAY
October 5
3 SETS!!!
7:30 PM
Jonathan Golberger – guitar
Trevor Dunn – bass
Harris Eisenstadt – drums

9:00 PM
JAMES CARNEY GROUP
James Carney – keys & composition
TBA – Others

10:30 PM
Garth Stevenson – bass
Mat Maneri – violin/viola
Randy Peterson – drums

TUESDAY
October 6
EVOLVING VOICE
6:30 PM
JEAN CARLA RODEA GROUP
Jean Carla Rodea – voice
Oscar Noriega – clarinet & alto sax
Joe Morris – guitar & banjo
Javier Moreno – bass
Gerald Cleaver – drums

8:00 PM
IKAMA / KITAMURA DUO
Yayoi Ikama – piano
Kyoko Kitamura – voice

MONDAY
October 12
7:30 PM
Ken Wessel – guitar
Ken Filiano – bass
Lou Grassi – drums

9:00 PM
AVRAM FEVER GROUP
Avram Fever – reeds
Roy Campbell – trumpet
TBA – others

TUESDAY
October 13
6:30
GOLDA SOLOMON – JAZZHAG TOUR
Golda Solomon – voice
Christopher Dean Sullivan – bass
Michael TA Thompson – drums
Joe Giardullo – reeds
Fay Victor – vocals

8:00PM
JEN SHYU
Lineup TBA

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Coming up at RUCMA

Rise Up Creative Music & Arts:

This Week
September, 2009

MONDAY
September 7
ALTO MADNESS II
7:30 PM
Michael Attias
Tony Malaby – Tenor Sax
John Hebert – bass
Nasheet Waits – drums

9:00 PM
Oliver Lake Trio
Reggie Nicholson – percussion
Bill McClellan – percussion

TUESDAY
EVOLVING VOICE
AUGUST 24
7 PM
Becca Stevens Vocals

Next 2 Weeks
MONDAY
September 14
7:30 PM
CIRCLE DOWN
CHAD TAYLOR – drums
Angelica Sanchez – piano
Sean Connelly – bass

9:00 PM
BENEFIT BAND
Chris Speed – cl. sax
Oscar Noriega – sax
Trevor Dunn – bass
Jim Black – drums

TUESDAY
September 15
6:30 PM
EVOLVING VOICE
GINA LEISHMAN +

7:30 PM
DEAN BOWMAN /
DOMINIC DUVAL

MONDAY
September 21
7:30 PM
FRENCH CONTRABAND
Francois Grillot & Friends

9:00 PM
PRESENT PERSONIC
Patrick Brennan – alto sax
Lisle Ellis – bass
Bern Nix – guitar

TUESDAY
September 22
6:30 PM
EVOLVING VOICE
Leena Conquest Songs

7:30
Lisa Sokolov SOLO voice

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Jazz Listings From The New York Times

In the Times:

ERIK FRIEDLANDER’S BROKEN ARM TRIO (Friday) “Broken Arm Trio” (Skipstone), the most recent album by the cellist Erik Friedlander, trafficks in a boppish cadence suitable for nimble fingerpicking. Along with his trio partners — the bassist Trevor Dunn and the drummer Mike Sarin, both aboard here — Mr. Friedlander manages to create an effervescent small-group jazz, shot through with wit and soul. At 8 p.m., Barbès, 376 Ninth Street, at Sixth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn, (347) 422-0248, barbesbrooklyn.com; cover, $10.20090326

HENRY GRIMES AND MARC RIBOT (Friday) Mr. Grimes, a bassist and long-lost titan of the avant-garde, has jibed well in the past with Mr. Ribot, a vagabond poet on the guitar — but most often in group settings. Here they pare down to a conversational exchange, which just might be the best way to expose their rapport. At 7 p.m., Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th Street, Chelsea, (212) 620-5000, rmanyc.org; $20. (Chinen)20090326

RHYTHM IN THE KITCHEN MUSIC FESTIVAL (Thursday) The fourth annual edition of this avant-garde festival, presented by the Hell’s Kitchen Cultural Center, kicks off with an exploratory trio led by the guitarist Amanda Monaco (at 8 p.m.); a set by the collective quartet known as Little Women (at 9); and a duet by the multireedist Joe McPhee and the guitarist Bern Nix, both prominent figures in the avant-garde (at 10). (Through April 4.) At Church for All Nations, 417 West 57th Street, Clinton, (212) 333-5583, hkculturalcenter.org; $15; $35 for a full festival pass. (Chinen)20090326

BRAD SHEPIK GROUP (Saturday) “Human Activity Suite” (Songlines), the absorbingly eclectic new album by the guitarist Brad Shepik, harnesses folk traditions from across the world to make a light-handed statement about global warming. Reconvening the album’s excellent cast here, he connects with Ralph Alessi on trumpet; Gary Versace on piano, organ and accordion; Drew Gress on bass; and Tom Rainey on drums. At 9 and 10:30 p.m., Cornelia Street Café, 29 Cornelia Street, West Village, (212) 989-9319, corneliastreetcafe.com; cover, $10, with a one-drink minimum. (Chinen)20090326

CECIL TAYLOR SPEAKS VOLUMES (Saturday) At 80, Mr. Taylor is an elder statesman by any measure, and his music has continued to bedazzle, growing more luminous but no less rigorous in recent years. His solo recitals — whorls of inimitable pianism, notated as well as freely improvised — are legendary. For this one, part of the Musically Speaking series at Merkin Concert Hall, he will also engage in discourse about his music. (That’s the idea, anyway.) At 8 p.m. Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, Manhattan, (212) 501-3330, kaufman-center.org; $25; $20 for members. (Chinen)

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