Henry Grimes: Event Schedule

From Henry Grimes:

Sunday, April 5th, ‘O9: Henry Grimes Presents Leo Lindberg!, Middle Collegiate Church, 2nd Ave. betw. 6th & 7th St’s, NYC, 6 p.m., 212-477-O666, free admission, donations requested, middlechurch.org/calendar (click on “Jazz on High” on the calendar date April 5th).

Wednesday, April 15th: Henry Grimes and Brandon Ross Present Leo Lindberg!, Issue Project Room, 232 Third St. (at 3rd Ave.), 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY, 2 sets from 8:3O p.m., tickets $15, 718-33O-O313, issueprojectroom.org/events, directions issueprojectroom.org/contact, issueprojectroom.org/2009/03/23.

Sunday, April 26th: Deep Tones for Peace, an international Internet all-acoustic bass performance for peace in the Middle East, taking place simultaneously in Jerusalem and NYC and streamed worldwide, performed simultaneously by 16 bassists located in both cities: Thierry Barbe (France), Ora Boazsson (Israel), Mark Dresser (USA), Shayna Dulberger (USA), Trevor Dunn (USA), Ken Filiano (USA), Irina-Kalina Goudeva (Bulgaria/Denmark), Henry Grimes (USA), James Ilgenfritz (USA), J.C. Jones (Israel), Michael Klinghoffer (Israel), Chi Chi Nwanoku (UK), William Parker (USA), Barre Phillips (USA/France), David Phillips (USA), and Bertram Turetzky (USA), playing for live audiences in both cities simultaneously, to be streamed worldwide on the Internet in a 5- to 6-hour marathon event alternating solos, duos and ensemble pieces between both locations, beginning promptly at noon and going to around 6 p.m. in NYC at the Manhattan School of Music, 12O Claremont Ave. [1OO27], 212-749-28O2, deeptonesforpeace.org, msmnyc.edu/recording, , , with a simultaneous public Webcast viewing and presentation at CUE Art Foundation, 511 West 25th St., NYC, 212-2O6-3583, admission by donation, cueartfoundation.org/release, . Overall Deep Tones for Peace information: Sarah Weaver, , 734-277-269O; Mark Dresser, , 858-534-24O8. And finally, the revelation of a fascinating Deep Tone outer-space source: universe.nasa.gov/press …

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Henry Grimes Upcoming Events

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From Henry Grimes:

Thursday, January 22nd, 6 p.m: Deep Tones for Peace fundraiser at the United Nations in New York City, with Henry Grimes playing solo bass in person, Mark Dresser playing via ustream.tv, and others among the Deep Tones for Peace musicians listed below appearing in Powerpoint format. Admission is by tax-deductible donation ($25,OOO is the goal), reservations required in advance, space limited, first come, first served. Contact Sarah Weaver, 734-277-269O, sarah@isimprov.org. Tax-deductible donations can also be made online at isimprov.org, or by mail: Deep Tones for Peace, c/o International Society for Improvised Music, P.O. Box 16O3, Ann Arbor, MI 481O6-16O3; please make checks payable to ISIM, with memo “Deep Tones for Peace.”

Thursday-Saturday, January 29th-31st: Henry Grimes residency w/ Rashied Ali, Hamilton College of Performing Arts, 198 College Hill Rd., Clinton, NY, including:

Thursday, January 29th: master class with students (4-6 pm);

Friday, January 3Oth: interviews with jazz archivist, and dinner with performing arts donors/ community leaders/ music faculty;

Saturday, January 31st: Henry Grimes and Rashied Ali, concert at 8 pm at Fillius Events Barn, tickets hamiltonpa.org/cart/15, (open to the public, but space is limited).
Directions hamiltonpa.org/info (Clinton is about 25O miles northwest of New York City, near Utica and Syracuse). Info: 315-859-4331, -4261, -435O, music@hamilton.edu, hamiltonpa.org, hamiltonpa.org/music

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All About Jazz Reviews

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From All About Jazz:

22-Nov-08 Shakers N’ Bakers
YFZ (Yearning For Zion) (Little (i) Music)
Reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

22-Nov-08 Globe Unity Orchestra
Globe Unity Orchestra: Globe Unity – 40 Years (Intakt Records)
Reviewed by Andrey Henkin

22-Nov-08 Pete M. Wyer
Stories from the City at Night (Thirsty Ear Recordings)
Reviewed by Mark Corroto

22-Nov-08 Eivind Opsvik
Eivind Opsvik: Overseas III; Koptor & This That
Reviewed by Wilbur MacKenzie

22-Nov-08 Mark Dresser
Mark Dresser: The Beautiful Enabler & Point of Contact
Reviewed by Wilbur MacKenzie

22-Nov-08 Paul Motian
Paul Motian: Voices and Portrait in Jazz
Reviewed by Francis Lo Kee

21-Nov-08 Charles Gayle Trio
Forgiveness (Not Two Records)
Reviewed by Mark Corroto

20-Nov-08 Michael Dessen Trio
Between Shadow and Space (Clean Feed Records)
Reviewed by Greg Camphire

20-Nov-08 Daniel Levin Trio
Fuhuffah (Clean Feed Records)
Reviewed by Troy Collins

20-Nov-08 Paul Bley Quintet
Barrage (ESP Disk)
Reviewed by Jerry D’Souza

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Wired Encounter at Muse Creative Workspace

Coming up at Muse Creative Workspace:

Richmond, VA Saturday, December 6 2008 at 7pm at MUSE CREATIVE WORKSPACE—6N 19th Street.

Tzadik recording artist Christopher Adler and “Metasax” inventor Matthew Burtner meet together for the first time for an exclusive Richmond Muse Creative Workspace performance. The Adler/Burtner “Wired Encounter” will feature computer-mediated improvisations and composed sound art works for piano, saxophone and computers. A $10 donation at the door.

Award winning concert music composers, Adler and Burtner are also widely regarded as virtuosic performers. Among numerous collaborations and recording projects, they have appeared in concerts with improvisers such as Fred Frith, George Lewis, Anthony Davis, Mark Dresser, Vinny Golia, Gustavo Aguilar, Luke DuBois, and Brian Osborn.

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UC San Diego Bassist and Professor Mark Dresser Profiled

Dresser discusses telematics:

The piazza of modern life is undoubtedly electronic. As we once gathered in the open public square, so we now meet in the etheric netherworld of the Internet, where images, reflections and representations of the real substitute for what was once concrete.

This shift has altered the face of meaning, such that now we are overwhelmed by multiplicities of meaning. But, to bassist extraordinaire Mark Dresser, this is all good. He is fascinated by the slippage of time, space and meaning, and the artistic possibilities inherent in the electronic age.

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