DMG Newsletter July 17th, 2009

From DMG:

Paul Dunmall/Paul Rogers 4 CD set! Weasel Walter w/Henry Kaiser & Peter Evans! Bill Frisell w/ Jenny Scheinman! James Carney w/ Tony Malaby & Josh Roseman!

Franz Koglmann/Vladimir Nabokov! Itaru Oki! In the Country! Jandek! Francisco Lopez! Giancinto Scelsi! Bruno Maderna! Peter Hammill!

Plus Historic Discs from Dick Heckstall-Smith, Mel Collin’s Circus, Anekdoten, Gong, Cressida, Chico Magnetic Band, Liverpool Scene, and Powell St. John!

Downtown Music Gallery FREE In-Store Performance Schedule Continues with:

Sunday, July 26th at 6pm:
JASON KAO HWANG & STEVE SWELL! Ace Violinist & Tremendous Trombonist!

Sunday, August 2nd at 6pm:
GIACOMO MEREGA / NOAH KAPLAN / MARCO CAPPELLI!
International Electric Bass / Saxes / Guitar Trio!

Sunday, August 9th at 6pm:
TED DANIEL TRIO! CD Release Celebration from Legendary Loft Jazz Trumpet Hero!

Sunday, August 16th at 6pm:
CLIFTON HYDE Returns!

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Steve Swell Quintet & Josh Roseman Group at Rise Up Creative Music & Arts

From New York’s RUCMA:

Start: 07/06/2009 – 7:30pm
End: 07/06/2009 – 10:30pm

7:30PM
STEVE SWELL QUINTET
Steve Swell, trombone
Rob Brown, alto sax
Chris Forbes, piano
Hill Greene, bass
Michael T. A. Thompson, drums

9PM
JOSH ROSEMAN GROUP
Josh Roseman, trombone
others TBA

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Firehouse 12 To Present The James Carney Group May 15th

From Improvised Communications:

On Friday, May 15th, New Haven’s Firehouse 12 will present a two-set performance by Brooklyn-based pianist/composer James Carney and his longstanding working ensemble, the James Carney Group. Carney and the band, which features trumpeter Ralph Alessi, trombonist Josh Roseman, bassist Chris Lightcap and drummer Mark Ferber, will preview segments of his new virtual film score, Ways & Means, commissioned by Chamber Music America and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and perform music from his most recent release, 2007’s Green-Wood Songlines Recordings.

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Coming Up at the IBeam Studio

From Brooklyn’s IBeam:

IBEAM MUSIC
168 7th street, Brooklyn NY 11215
http://www.ibeambrooklyn.com
TROMBONE FESTIVAL – Saturdays in April 2009
YEAH YEAH RECORDS FESTIVAL – Fridays in April 2009
All sets at 8, 9 & 10:00 pm
Suggested donation is $10

Ibeam presents a festival of trombonists in the NY area and beyond that represent a sampling of creative bands lead by trombonists. This is the first series of it’s kind at Ibeam Music and features a wide variety of music presented by groups ranging from duos to a brass sextet.

Saturday, April 4th
8:00 pm – Ryan Snow’s “Pull”
9:00 pm – Josh Roseman’s WATER SURGEONS a chamber ensemble with a trombone choir and electronics
10:00 pm – Matthias Müller/Christian Marien Duo (from Germany)

Saturday April 11th
8:00 pm – The FunBrassStick Orchestra: Reut Regev and Igal Foni Duo
9:00 pm – Max Siegel Trio
10:00 pm – A Ben Gerstein Collective (featuring Tony Malaby)

Saturday April 18th
8:00 pm – TILT SIXtet featuring Christopher McIntyre
9:00 pm – “Bizingas” featuring Brian Drye
10:00 pm – Joe Fiedler Trio

Saturday, April 25th
9:00 pm – Curtis Hasselbring’s Decoupage
10:00 pm – Jacob Garchik Trio

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Jazz Listings From The New York Times

From the Times:

THE BROOKLYN EXPERIMENTS (Sunday) This continuing series spotlights two good working bands here, each falling slightly to the left of center. Starting at 8:30 p.m. is a group led by the bassist Chris Tarry, and featuring reliable sparks from the alto saxophonist David Binney. Then at 10, the Execution Quintet, led by the trombonist Josh Roseman, takes advantage of some smart cohesion between the trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire, the alto saxophonist Myron Walden, the multireedist Peter Apfelbaum (playing organ here), and the drummer Rudy Royston. At Rose Live Music, 345 Grand Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, (718) 599-0069, liveatrose.com; no cover. (Chinen)HOLLY COLE (Wednesday and Thursday) Ms. Cole is the sort of jazz chanteuse who coyly evokes an image of curling smoke and shadows, but she has solid musical footing. She draws here from a recent self-titled album, which she produced with the bassist Greg Cohen. At 8 and 10:30 p.m., Blue Note, 131 West Third Street, West Village, (212) 475-8592, bluenote.net; cover, $25 at tables, $15 at the bar, with a $5 minimum. (Chinen).

OLIVER LAKE BIG BAND (Friday) Oliver Lake, a well-traveled alto saxophonist with a robust and piercing sound, features his own music for this large ensemble, with help from strong improvisers like the multireedist Marty Erhlich, the trumpeter Peck Allmond and the trombonist Craig Harris. At 9 and 10:30 p.m., Jazz Gallery, 290 Hudson Street, at Spring Street, South Village, (212) 242-1063, jazzgallery.org; cover, $15; $10 for members. (Chinen)

TONY MALABY AND PALOMA RECIO (Saturday) The versatile tenor saxophonist Tony Malaby brings a Spanish tinge to this working band with the guitarist Ben Monder, the bassist Eivind Opsvik and the drummer Nasheet Waits. At 9 and 10:30 p.m., Jazz Gallery, 290 Hudson Street, at Spring Street, South Village, (212) 242-1063, jazzgallery.org; cover, $15; $10 for members. (Chinen)

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Josh Roseman’s Execution Quintet at Firehouse 12

From Improvised Communications:

On Friday, October 17th, Firehouse 12 will present a two-set performance by renowned trombonist/composer Josh Roseman’s Execution Quintet. One of Roseman’s newest ensembles as a leader, this eclectic Brooklyn-based group creates music ranging from the intense to the theatrical, with elements of game theory thrown in for good measure. Its chord-less line-up features trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire, Dutch saxophonist Ben Van Gelder, bassist Chris Lightcap and drummer Dave Treut.

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