New From Tzadik

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New releases from Tzadik:

Mark Feldman and Sylvie Courvoisier

Mycale: The Book of Angels Volume 13

Noah Creshevsky
The Twilight of the Gods

Yuka Honda
Heart Chamber Phantoms

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All About Jazz Reviews

Cover of "The Crucible"
Cover of The Crucible

From All About Jazz:

07-Sep-09 Gutbucket
A Modest Proposal (Cuneiform Records)
Reviewed by Glenn Astarita

07-Sep-09 John Zorn
The Crucible (Tzadik)
Reviewed by Mark Corroto

07-Sep-09 Klang
Tea Music (AllosDocuments)
Reviewed by Lyn Horton

07-Sep-09 Gunter Hampel
Vibes Vibes (Vibrafon Solos 2008) (Birth Records)
Reviewed by Marc Medwin

05-Sep-09 James Carney
Ways & Means (Songlines Recordings)
Reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes

05-Sep-09 Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society
Infernal Machines (New Amsterdam Records)
Reviewed by Ted Gordon

05-Sep-09 Multiple Artists
Violin Twofer: Stefano Pastor & Mark Feldman
Reviewed by Karla Cornejo

05-Sep-09 Joey Baron
Joey Baron: Secrets, I Believe & Live at the Vortex
Reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

05-Sep-09 Multiple Artists
Global Unity: Belgium
Reviewed by Tom Greenland

05-Sep-09 Multiple Artists
Four on Clean Feed: Darren Johnston, Luis Lopes, Daniel Levin, Avram Fefer
Reviewed by Clifford Allen

05-Sep-09 Satoko Fujii
Satoko Fujii: Chun, Heat Wave & Summer Suite
Reviewed by Robert Iannapollo

04-Sep-09 Samuel Blaser
Pieces of Old Sky (Clean Feed Records)
Reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

04-Sep-09 simakDialog
Demi Masa (Moonjune Records)
Reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

03-Sep-09 Dennis Gonzalez
A Matter Of Blood (furthermore recordings)
Reviewed by Mark Corroto

03-Sep-09 Susanna and the Magical Orchestra
3 (Rune Grammofon)
Reviewed by John Kelman

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April at the Stone

From New York’s Stone:

April 2009 at the Stone curated by Louie Belogenis

4/1 Wednesday (MP)
8 pm
Trevor Dunn’s PROOFReaders
Trevor Dunn (bass) Darius Jones (alto) Nate Wooley (trumpet) Ryan Sawyer (drums)
The PROOFReaders play the music of Ornette Coleman.

10 pm
Brown Wing Overdrive
Chuck Bettis (electronics, vocals) Mikey IQ Jones (electronics, vocals, jews harps, percussion, objects) Derek Morton (electronis, banjo)

4/2 Thursday (NYYT)
8 and 10 pm
Louie Belogenis (tenor saxophone) Greg Cohen (bass) Kenny Wollesen (drums)

4/3 Friday
8 pm
Joe Morris Ensemble
Joe Morris (guitar) Steve Lantner (piano) Luther Gray (drums)

10 pm
Harris Eisenstadt

4/4 Saturday
8 pm
Jennifer Choi
Jennifer Choi (solo violin)
New works for solo violin: Eugene Ysaye -‘Ballade’/ John Zorn – Goetia for solo violin / Mario Davidovsky- Synchronism No. 9 / Juan Felipe Waller – Le Jaque, Sal, Gala y Luna / Jacob Ter Veldhuis- Capriccio

10 pm
Momenta String Quartet
Erik Carlson (violin) Joanne Lin (cello) Stephanie Griffin (viola) Annaliesa Place (violin)

4/5 Sunday (MP)
8 and 10 pm
Old Dog
Louie Belogenis (tenor saxophone) Karl Berger (piano, vibes) Michael Bisio (bass) Warren Smith (drums)
Anticipating the release of their CD “By Any Other Name” on Porter Records.

4/7 Tuesday (MB)
8 and 10 pm
Tony Malaby (tenor saxophone) William Parker (bass) Nasheet Waits (drums)

4/8 Wednesday (GG)
8 pm
Marco Cappelli and Anthony Coleman duo
Marco Cappelli (guitar) Anthony Coleman (piano)

10 pm
Anthony Coleman
Anthony Coleman (piano)

4/9 Thursday
8 pm
Borah Bergman Solo
Borah Bergman (solo piano)

10 pm
Borah Bergman and friends
Borah Bergman (piano) Louie Belogenis (soprano saxophone) Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (bass) Michael Wimberly (drums)

4/10 Friday (MB)
8 and 10 pm
Joey Baron, Robyn Schulkowsky, William Parker, and Scott Robinson
Joey Baron (drums) Robyn Schulkowsky (percussion) William Parker (bass) Scott Robinson (reeds)

4/11 Saturday (RK)
8 pm
Okkyung Lee
Okkyung Lee (cello)

10 pm
Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz
Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (bass)

4/12 Sunday (MB)
8 and 10 pm
Charles Gayle trio
Charles Gayle (sax, piano) and rhythm section

10 pm
Gerald Cleaver Trio
Andrew Bishop (saxophone) Tim Flood (bass) Gerald Cleaver (drums)

4/14 Tuesday (MB)
8 pm
Rob Brown Trio
Rob Brown (sax)

10 pm
Gerald Cleaver Trio
Andrew Bishop (saxophone) Tim Flood (bass) Gerald Cleaver (drums)

4/15 Wednesday (JC)
8 pm
Sylvie Courvoisier and Mark Feldman Duo
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Mark Feldman (violin)

10 pm
Mark Feldman, Sylvie Courvoisier and Gerry Hemingway
Mark Feldman (violin) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Gerry Hemingway (drums)

4/16 Thursday
8 and 10 pm
Twice Told Tales
Louie Belogenis (tenor and soprano saxophones) Tony Malaby (tenor and soprano saxophones) John Hebert (bass) Joey Baron (drums)

4/17 Friday (NYYT)
8 pm
Ikue Mori
Ikue Mori (laptop)

10 pm
John O’Gallagher
John O’Gallagher (alto saxophone) Russ Lossing (piano) Johannes Weidenmueller (bass) Russ Johnson (trumpet) Nate Radley (guitar) Jeff Hirshfield (drums)

4/18 Saturday
8 pm
Allan Chase Trio
Allan Chase (alto, baritone, and soprano saxophones), Joe Morris (bass), Luther Gray (drums)
Boston saxophonist Allan Chase, a former member of Prima Materia with Rashied Ali, returns to New York after a 3-year absence for a set of improvisations. The three musicians play together regularly in the Steve Lantner Quartet and on Joe Morris’s recent Bass Quartet CD “High Definition,” but this is their first trio performance.

10 pm
the macroquarktet
Herb Robertson and Dave Ballou (trumpets, etc.) Drew Gress (bass)

4/19 Sunday (MB)
8 pm
Beth Anne Hatton (voice) Vita Wallace (Baroque violin) Christa Patton (harp) Motomi Igarashi (viola da gamba, lirone)
Musical daring and improvisation were alive and well in the Seventeenth Century. Anima will refashion laments and love stories from 1640s Rome in this concert.

10 pm
Russ Lossing Density Trio
Russ Lossing (piano) John Hebert (bass) Eric McPhearson (drums)

4/21 Tuesday (MB)
8 pm
Michaël Attias (alto saxophone) John Hebert (bass) Satoshi Takeishi (percussion)

10 pm
ABYSM (a tale of the floating world)
Shoko Nagai (piano, moog, auto harp) Satoshi Takeishi (percussion, electronics)
Experimental Piano/Percs, electronics duo has been incorporating free improvisation, composition, electronics, found objects and visual elements into performances to create a unique path into the world of contemporary music. Their performances are based on stories and they create sound textures almost visible to the listener. In this performance, they will perform new compositions based on a tale of the “floating world,” a world where illusion is sustained by multiple shifting elements.

4/22 Wednesday
8 pm
Lou Grassi, Adam Lane and Mark Whitecage
Mark Whitecage (alto saxophone) Adam Lane (bass) Lou Grassi (drums)

10 pm
Tom Blancarte’s Liquid Surprise
Tom Blancarte (bass, compositions) Andrew Drury (drums) Brian Osborne (drums) Kevin Shea (drums)
Bassist Tom Blancarte (Sparks, Totem) leads an unprecedented ensemble of three drummers and upright bass through his compositions that throw humor, hyperkinetic improvisation and spirituality all into one pot.

4/23 Thursday (DS)
8 and 10 pm
An evening with Andrew D’Angelo
Andrew D’Angelo (alto saxophone) and special guests

4/24 Friday (CW)
8 and 10 pm
Flow Trio
Louie Belogenis (tenor saxophone) Joe Morris (bass) Charles Downs (drums)
Celebrating the release of their new ESP release “Rejuvenation”.

4/25 Saturday
8 and 10 pm
John Zorn IMPROV NIGHT—A Stone Benefit
John Zorn (alto saxophone) Louie Belogenis (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone) and many special guests.

4/26 Sunday (MB)
8 pm
Adam Kolker Trio
Adam Kolker (saxophone)

10 pm
Bob Feldman Trio
Bob Feldman (saxophone)

4/28 Tuesday (MB)
8 pm
Uri Gurvich Quartet
Uri Gurvich (saxophones) Leo Genovses (piano) Peter Slavov (bass) Francisco Mela (drums)
Uri and his quartet will perform music from their recent debut, “The Storyteller” on Tzadik.

10 pm
Louise’s Miniature Spaced Out Ensemble
Louise Dam Eckardt Jensen (saxophone) Dan Blake (saxophone) Drew Pitcher (saxophone) Sam Oatts (trumpet) Kevin Shea (drums) Tom Blancarte (bass)
Danish saxophonist Louise Dam Eckardt Jensen leads an ensemble performing her idiosyncratic and sensitive compositions arranged for winds and trumpet accompanied by hyperactive free-improv rhythm section.

4/29 Wednesday
8 pm
Radio I-Ching
Andy Haas (saxophone, fife and electronics) Don Fiorino (guitar and other strings) Dee Pop (drums and percussion)

10 pm
Ehran Elisha Ensemble featuring Haim Elisha
Haim Elisha (piano) David Bindman (tenor saxophone) Sam Bardfeld (violin) Ken Filiano (bass) Ehran Elisha (drums)

4/30 Thursday (DS)
8 and 10 pm
Magical Listening Hour
Nate Wooley (trumpet) Michaël Attias (alto saxophone) Louie Belogenis (tenor saxophone) Steve Swell (trombone)
alphabet city meets lower case.

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The Michael Musillami Trio + 3’s From Seeds Coming May 19th

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From Improvised Communications:

Playscape Recordings is proud to announce the May 19th street date of the first release on its 10th anniversary schedule, the Michael Musillami Trio 3’s From Seeds (PSR#020109).

The follow-up to 2007’s The Treatment (PSR#050607), his trio’s critically acclaimed collaboration with renowned violinist Mark Feldman, this release finds guitarist/composer Michael Musillami augmenting his seven year-old trio, featuring bassist Joe Fonda and drummer George Schuller, with trumpeter Ralph Alessi, multi-instrumentalist Marty Ehrlich and vibraphonist Matt Moran.

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Jazz Listings from the New York Times

Lots going on in New York this week.

RASHIED ALI QUINTET (Sunday) Rashied Ali has had a substantial career in the jazz avant-garde, beginning with his role in the late-period bands of John Coltrane. But hard bop is the foundation for this quintet, with a front line of the trumpeter Josh Evans and the tenor saxophonist Lawrence Clark. At 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Jazz Standard, 116 East 27th Street, Manhattan, (212) 576-2232,; cover, $25.

GO: ORGANIC ORCHESTRA (Monday) This meditative large ensemble, scheduled to perform at Roulette for the next three Monday nights, is a project of the open-minded percussionist, composer and conductor Adam Rudolph. Drawing inspiration from earthy and elemental sources, it features changeable layers of woodwinds, strings, percussion and guitars. At 8:30 p.m., Roulette at Location One, 20 Greene Street, at Grand Street, SoHo, (212) 219-8242,; $15; $10 for students, 60+ and those 30 and younger. (Chinen)

JON HASSELL AND THE MAARIFA STREET BAND (Tuesday) On his first United States tour in more than 20 years, the trumpeter-composer Jon Hassell recreates the meditative glow of his new album, “Last Night the Moon Came Dropping Its Clothes in the Street” (ECM). To help conjure his various fusions onstage, he enlists his Maarifa Street Band, with Kheir-Eddine M’Kachiche on violin, Jan Bang and J. A. Deane on electronics, and Peter Freeman on bass and programming. At 8:30 p.m., Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall, (212) 247-7800,; $35 to $45. (Chinen)

L’IMAGE (Thursday) This all but forgotten funk-fusion group of the 1970s recently reunited in the studio, bringing a lot more collective experience to the table. Its lineup consists of the vibraphonist Mike Mainieri, the keyboardist Warren Bernhardt, the guitarist David Spinozza, the bassist Tony Levin and the drummer Steve Gadd. (Through Feb. 15.) At 8:30 and 10:30 p.m., Iridium, 1650 Broadway, at 51st Street, (212) 582-2121,; cover, $35, with a $10 minimum. (Chinen)

PAUL MOTIAN TRIO 3 IN 1 (Tuesday through Thursday) Paul Motian is drawn to melody as a drummer, composer and bandleader, but he also harbors a fondness for indeterminacy. In this configuration he features an instinctive melodist, the saxophonist Chris Potter, and an incorrigible abstractionist, the pianist Jason Moran. Because he has recent history with each of them, and because everyone involved is an active listener, the results should suggest something other than an earnest collision. (Through Feb. 15.) At 9 and 11 p.m., Village Vanguard, 178 Seventh Avenue South, at 11th Street, West Village, (212) 255-4037,; cover, $20, with a $10 minimum. (Chinen)

NED ROTHENBERG AND INNER DIASPORA (Friday) Ned Rothenberg is a saxophonist, clarinetist, flutist and composer with a penchant for insistent frictions. He draws here from a recent texture-rich album called “Inner Diaspora” (Tzadik), with vital help from Mark Feldman on violin, Erik Friedlander on cello, Samir Chatterjee on tabla, and Jerome Harris on acoustic guitars. At 8:30 p.m., Union Temple, 17 Eastern Parkway, near Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, (718) 638-7600,; free. (Chinen)

CHRIS SCHLARB (Saturday) Mr. Schlarb, a guitarist best recognized (in some parts, anyway) as half of the drone-crazy duo I Heart Lung, has an atmospheric new solo effort called “Twilight & Ghost Stories” (Asthmatic Kitty), organized as a suite and featuring more than two dozen improvisers. Each of these two sets will span the entire work, with contributions from Tom Abbs on bass and didgeridoo, Katherine Young on bassoon and accordion, and Mick Rossi on piano, among others. At 8 and 10 p.m., the Stone, Avenue C and Second Street, East Village,; cover, $10 per set. (Chinen)

SEARCH AND RESTORE (Friday and Saturday) The promoters behind this left-leaning concert series are unveiling their new Web site,, with all appropriate fanfare: on Friday they present Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society, a postmodern big band, and on Saturday they feature Now vs. Now, a rhythmically assertive trio led by the pianist Jason Lindner. At 9 and 10:30 p.m., Jazz Gallery, 290 Hudson Street, at Spring Street, South Village, (212) 242-1063,; cover, $15; $10 for members.

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The Stone in November

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Coming up at New York’s Stone:

November 2008 at the Stone curated by Brad Lubman / Stephanie Stone

11/1 Saturday (DSNJ)
8 pm
Andy Akiho
Andy Akiho (steel pan)

10 pm
Ken Thomson and SLOW/FAST
Ken Thomson (alto sax, bass clarinet, composition) Russ Johnson (trumpet) Eyal Maoz (guitar) Adam Armstrong (bass) Fred Kennedy (drums)

11/2 Sunday (MM)
8 pm
So Percussion
Josh Quillen, Adam Sliwinsky, Jason Treuting, Lawson White (percussion)

10 pm
Phil Everall (bass clarinet) Andy Kozar (trumpet) Will Lang (trombone) Jeff Gavett (baritone)
Loadbang plays musics new, improvised and electronic, written by the band and composer friends.

11/4 Tuesday (JAW)
8 pm
Gregg August
Gregg August (bass) Mike Lowenstern (bass clarinet) JD Allen (tenor saxophone) Rudy Royston (drums)

11/5 Wednesday (TCDS)
8 pm
Mark Stewart & Friends
Mark Stewart (guitar) and special guests

10 pm
The Music of Paul Coleman
Paul Coleman (composer)

11/6 Thursday (JC)
8 pm
Lisa Moore
Lisa Moore (piano, voice and sampler)
Lisa Moore performing music by Don Byron, Annie Gosfield, Missy Mazzoli, David Lang and Martin Bresnick. For more Moore visit

10 pm
Annie Gosfield
Annie Gosfield (composer)

11/7 Friday (TCBS)
8 pm
Lauren Radnofsky
Lauren Radnofsky (cello)

10 pm
Olivia DePrato
Olivia DePrato (violin)

11/8 Saturday (RK)
8 pm
The Wierenga Manoeuvre:
Chris Wicks (alto saxophone, feedback) Red Wierenga (piano and respectronics) Greg Chudzik (acoustic bass, electronics) Charlie Dye (drums, percussion)
The debut performance of a new hardcore electro-acoustic free jazz ensemble.

10 pm
The Respect Sextet
Eli Asher (trumpet and toys) Josh Rutner (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, toys) James Hirschfeld (trombone, electronic valve instrument, toys) Red Wierenga (piano and respectronics) Malcolm Kirby (bass) Ted Poor (drums)
The Respect Sextet will perform copious free improvisations, selections from their forthcoming Sun Ra/Stochausen disc on Mode Records, and new themes from the work-in-progress Executive Suite.

11/9 Sunday (MM)
8 pm
Ning Yu
Ning Yu (piano)

10 pm
Baljinder Sekhon—A Collection of Solo Works

11/11 Tuesday (JAW)
8 pm
itsnotyouitsme and 5707
Caleb Burhans (e.violin, keys, loops) Ryan Ferreira (e.guitar, loops) Grey McMurray (e.guitar, loops) Garth Stevenson (bass, loops)
An evening of lush ambient soundscapes.

10 pm
Amanda Baker (viola) Nuiko Wadden (flute) Beth Meyers (harp)
Featuring music by Anna Clyne, Jason Treuting, and Caleb Burhans

11/12 Wednesday (TCDS)
8 pm
Jessica Schmitz and Kathy Supove
Jessica Schmitz (flute) Kathy Supove (piano)

10 pm
The Ukuladies
Katie Down (ukes, voice, toy piano, flute, glockenspiel, penny whistle, and kazoo) Mary Myers (ukes, voice, kazoo, toys) Philippa Thompson (ukes, voice, fiddle, saw) Heather Warfel (tap and interpretive dance, toy accordion, party favors and antics)
Audience sing-a-longs? Cheap champagne? Balloon animals? Delicious bacon? What more could you want? The Ukuladies, a perpetually-touring, twin-sister, aunt, and one tap-dancing-cousin act from Winnipeg, Canada with a lust for life and its idle curiosities include fraternal twins Genevieve (Katie Down), Jimmy Lou (Philippa Thompson), Aunt Mary (Mary Myers), and Cousin Bunny (Heather Warfel) are proud to have hit nearly every Holiday Inn on the Eastern seaboard. Come and join the “ladies” as they share cowboy love songs, Hawaiian hits, Ruth Wallis medleys, George Fornby favorites, and originals tunes. (

11/13 Thursday (BSNJ)
8 pm
bedroom community
Steven Swartz (ukulele, voice, live electronics) Kristi Sunde (accordion, voice).
ukuelctronica: bedroom community performs The Waves Recede from Reseda and other songs, with live loops and the occasional backing track.

10 pm
Philippa Thompson
Philippa Thompson (voice, musical saw, spoons, ukulele, violin) David Crowell (saxophone), Mary Myers (voice, piano), Eric Rockwin (bass), Jeremy Thal (French horn), Ken Thomson (clarinet), and more
An evening of music (including several world premieres) for musical saw, spoons, and other non-traditional instruments written especially for Philippa. Music by Ryan Brown, David Crowell, Ruby Fulton, Derek Johnson, Jonas Jurkunas, David Lang, Chris Marianetti, Paula Matthusen, Kate Moore, Tristan Perich, John Wriggle.

11/14 Friday (TCBS)
8 pm
Todd Reynolds
Todd Reynolds (violin)

10 pm
Michael Lowenstern
Michael Lowenstern (bass clarinet, electronics)

11/15 Saturday (DSNJ)
8 and 10 pm
John Zorn Improv Night I—A Stone Benefit
John Zorn (sax) and many special guests
Come out and support The Stone! A night of wild improvisation East Village style to benefit THE STONE. TWENTY DOLLARS.

11/16 Sunday (MM)
8 pm
Shelley Hirsch
Shelley Hirsch (voice)

10 pm
Consilience and Altruism: Of the Other Way of Thinking and Stephanie Stone
Herb Robertson (trumpet) Marty Erhlich (clarinet, saxophone, flute) David Taylor (bass trombone) Terry McManus (guitar) Mark Helias (bass) Jay Rosen (drums)
“A Bio-Musical Imaginative Theoretical Tribute” written and created by Ana Isabel Ordonez. Improvisational patterns and concepts by Herb Robertson. Design created by Claude Marc Bourget. Performed by The Herb Robertson Sextet. The sense of exhilaration that characterize Herb Robertson’s experiences under improvisational patterns is heightened for his new sextet as storytellers by his complicated and sincere intellectual and emotional active exertion, and by the intensity of struggling with a creative process under the pressure of a steady beat. From the outset of this performance the improvisers will enter into an artificial world of time in which reactions to the unfolding events of Stephanie must be immediate. The consequence of their music and action will be irreversible.

11/18 Tuesday (JAW)
8 pm
Steve Dalachinsky
Steve Dalachinsky (poetry) Stepahanie Stone (piano) Yuko Otomo (poetry)

10 pm
Yuko Fijiyama
Yuko Fujiyama (piano)

11/19 Wednesday (GG)
8 pm
Ikue Mori (laptop) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Suzie Ibarra (drums)

10 pm
Anthony Coleman
Anthony Coleman (piano)

11/20 Thursday (MP)
8 pm
Annie Gosfield Trio
Annie Gosfield (keyboards) Ches Smith (drums and percussion) Roger Kleier (electric guitar)

10 pm
Oscar Noriega
Oscar Noriega (sax)

11/21 Friday (TCBS)
8 and 10 pm
John Zorn Improv Night II—A Stone Benefit
Okkyung Lee (cello) John Zorn (sax) and many surprise guests
These are the nights that pay our rent and expenses. Only with your help can we continue to bring you the best and most diverse programming in New York. Come out and support The Stone! TWENTY DOLLARS

11/22 Saturday (DSNJ)
8 pm
Robin Holcomb
Robin Holcomb (piano, voice) Doug Wieselman, Marty Ehrlich (clarinet) David Hofstra, Kenny Wollesen (drums)
Robin Holcomb with Doug Wieselman, Marty Ehrlich, David Hofstra and Kenny Wollesen playing music from Larks, They Crazy and new tunes.

10 pm
Mark Dresser
Mark Dresser (bass)

11/23 Sunday (MM)
8 pm
Andrea Parkins
Andrea Parkins (accordion)

10 pm
Mark Feldman and Sylvie Courvoiser
Mark Feldman (violin) Sylvie Courvoiser (piano)

11/25 Tuesday (JAW)
8 pm
William Parker
William Parker (bass)

10 pm
Roy Campbell
Roy Campbell (trumpet)

11/26 Wednesday (MP)
8 pm
Erik Friedlander
Erik Friedlander (cello)

10 pm
Joey Baron Solo
Joey Baron (drums)


11/28 Friday (TCBS)
8 pm
Dave Sewelson
Dave Sewelson (sax)

10 pm
Malaby/Sanchez/Rainey trio
Tony Malaby (sax) Angie Sanchez (piano) Tom Rainey (drums)

11/29 Saturday (RK)
8 pm
Tim Keiper
Tim Keiper (percussion)

10 pm
Ned Rothenberg
Ned Rothenberg (alto sax, clarinets)

11/30 Sunday (MM)
8 pm
Butch Morris Conduction
Butch Morris with a spectacular ensemble

10 pm
Ellery Eskelin
Ellery Eskelin (tenor saxophone) Jamie Saft (organ) Jim Black (drums)

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The Squid’s Ear Reviews

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From The Squid:

Barry Weisblat / Alfredo Costa Monteiro / Ernesto Rodrigues – Diafon
(Creative Sources)
– Darren Bergstein

Peter Baumgartner / Christoph Schiller Peter Baumgartner / Christoph Schiller – Savagnières
(Creative Sources)
– Darren Bergstein

Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV) Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV) – Spacecraft / Unified Patchwork Theory
(Alga Marghen)
– Darren Bergstein

Wolfgang Schliemann / Michael Vorfeld Wolfgang Schliemann / Michael Vorfeld – Alle Neune: Rheinländer Partie
(Creative Sources Recordings)
– Darren Bergstein

Doug Theriault / Bryan Eubanks Doug Theriault / Bryan Eubanks – Big Clouds in the Sky Today
(Creative Sources)
– Darren Bergstein

Joseba Irazoki Joseba Irazoki – Olatuetan
(Creative Sources)
– Darren Bergstein

Mark Feldman Mark Feldman – Music For Violin Alone
– Max Schaefer

Ricardo Arias / Günter Müller / Hans Tammen Ricardo Arias / Günter Müller / Hans Tammen – Intersecting A Cone with A Plane
(Creative Sources Recordings)
– Darren Bergstein

Luigi Nono Luigi Nono – Guai ai gelidi mostri / Quando stanno morendo. Diario polacco No. 2
(NEOS Music)
– Wyman Brantley

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