New Residency Series – 2014 (curated by Brian Drye)

IBEAM Brooklyn presents a brand new residency series starting in January 2014 curated by IBEAM director and trombonist, Brian Drye.  Drawing from the robust talents of IBEAM’s membership community and beyond, each residency will feature musicians performing over three consecutive evenings and presents a unique opportunity for the artist to create new collaborations, present new work or simply prepare for an upcoming recording.  Check the calendar for all the details.  (also we just got a brand new bass amp!)

Upcoming Events

Billy Mintz Solo / Ben Goldberg + Michael Coleman

Saturday, August 23rd 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Billy Mintz Solo (8:30 pm)

Ben Goldberg + Michael Coleman Play Steve Lacy’s Hocus Pocus (9:30 pm)
Ben Goldberg – Clarinet
Michael Coleman – Piano
Hocus Pocus: Book H of “Practitioners,” is a series of etudes by Steve Lacy. Each etude contains several knotty melodies, intended by Lacy to be difficult to play, and meant to stretch the player past his or her comfort zone. Clarinetist Ben Goldberg and pianist Michael Coleman have taken it upon themselves to learn and perform these etudes.

Nate Hook + Marques, Stinson, O’Farrill

Sunday, August 24th 8:30 PM $10 Suggested Donation

Nate Hook’s Mobiustrip (8:30 pm)

Nate Hook: Sax/Compositions
Travis Reuter: Guitar
Edward Johnson: Keys
Louis De Mieulle: Bass
Paolo Cantarella: Drums

Marques, Stinson, O’Farrill Trio (10:00 pm)

Albert Marques: Piano
Walter Stinson: Bass
Zack O’Farrill: Drums

Carol Liebowitz

Tuesday, August 26th 8:00 PM $15 Suggested Donation

8:00 pm
Maryanne de Prophetis – voice/poetry
Carol Liebowitz – piano
Claire de Brunner – bassoon
John Pietaro – vibes

9:30 pm
Eva Lindal – violin
Carol Liebowitz – piano
Adam Caine – guitar
Ken Filiano – bass

3 Part Invention

Wednesday, August 27th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Russ Lossing







Russ Lossing, piano, compositions
Ralph Alessi, trumpet
Mark Helias, bass

Mark Helias is a renowned bassist and composer who has performed throughout the world for more than three decades. “Mark Helias is one of the finest acoustic bass players in the contemporary jazz avant-garde, a guy who can play inside as well as out and who stretches the boundaries in both directions.”

A strong proponent of the avant-garde jazz scene, Jazz Times magazine says Alessi has “drop-dead trumpet chops” and calls his music ” clean and airy and sophisticated…

Lossing’s brief but intense study with John Cage in the early ’80s and his more recent 12 year association with Paul Motian continue to inform his music at present. Stylistically, Lossing is, simply, a “space man”—like Thelonious Monk and Paul Bley, letting the spaces be-tween notes do the talking. -ICON Magazine

Aruan Ortiz / Darius Jones

Thursday, August 28th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Aruán Ortiz, piano and comos
Rez Abbasi, guitar
Josh Ginsburg, bass
Gerald Cleaver, drums

DARIUS JONES’S  Book of Mæbul (10:00 pm)
Matt Mitchell: piano
Sean Conly: bass
Chad Taylor: drums
+ special quest Emilie Lesbros

Darius Jones Quartet with Emilie Lesbros has been made possible through the French-American Jazz Exchange, a joint program of FACE (French American Cultural Exchange) and Mid Atlantics Arts Foundation, with generous funding from the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Florence Gould Foundation, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Institut Francais, Ministere de la Culture et de la Communication and Societe des Auteurs et Compositeurs de Musique (“SACEM”).

Steve Baczkowski/Bill Nace & Catherine Sikora/Brian Chase

Friday, August 29th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Steve Baczkowski/Bill Nace (8:30pm)

Steve Baczkowski – Winds
Bill Nace – Guitar
Catherine Sikora/Brian Chase (10pm)

Catherine Sikora – Tenor & Soprano Saxophone
Brian Chase – Drums

Kettle Presents: Will Connell Group + Open Jam

Saturday, August 30th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Will Connell, Reeds
Steve Swell, Trombone
Max Johnson, Bass
Jeremy Carlstedt, Drums

Open Jam - Please join us!