Firehouse 12 To Present The Michaël Attias Quintet May 1st

From Improvised Communications:

On Friday, May 1st, New York-based saxophonist/composer Michaël Attias will make his Firehouse 12 debut as part of the venue’s ongoing 2009 Spring Jazz Series. Fresh off a two-week stint performing his original live electronic score for the Yale Repertory Theater’s production of Dostoevsky’s “Notes From The Underground” in late March and early April, Attias will return to New Haven with his new quintet. The group expands his longtime trio, Renku, featuring bassist John Hébert and drummer/percussionist Satoshi Takeishi, to include French horn player Mark Taylor and pianist Jacob Sacks.

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March 27, 2009
Lisa Mezzacappa Trio, Ibeam
Kris Davis, Harris Eisenstadt, Lisa Mezzacappa

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DMG Newsletter March 27th, 2009

Der Saxophonist Joe McPhee beim Konzert mit de...
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From DMG:

Henry Kaiser/Damon Smith/Weasel Walter go up in FLAMES Cline/Poole/McCauley Acoustic Guitar Trio Mary Halvorson & Jessica Pavone Corey Wilkes’ Abstrakt Pulse Charles Tolliver Big Band Zu Rob Mazurek Qnt Hanuman Sextet

Brotzmann/Hano Joe Mcphee 2CD set Secret Chiefs 3 DVD Kazutoki Umezu Tom Hamilton/Bruce Eisenbeil Gratkowski’s Zeitkratzer 3CD Box Charlie Kohlhase Garth Knox Arthur Russell’s Sleeping Bag sides

Our 2nd Free Instore show

Sunday, March 29th at 7pm:

Frank on alto sax & clarinets and Thomas on trumpet
Two European Horn Giants in a rare, intimate, duo setting

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Reminder: Harris Eisenstadt’s March Residency At Ibeam

From Improvised Communications:

Drummer/composer Harris Eisenstadt will be in residence at Brooklyn’s Ibeam Music Studio every Saturday night in March.

This series of four concerts (March 7, 14, 21, 28) will feature the first-ever performances of his new nonet, Harris Eisenstadt’s Woodblock Prints, featuring Mike McGinnis (clarinet), Jason Mears (alto saxophone), Sara Schoenbeck (bassoon), Mark Taylor (French horn), Brian Drye (trombone), Jose Davila (tuba), Jonathan Goldberger (electric guitar) and Garth Stevenson (bass).

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