Upcoming Events

Mara Rosenbloom / Adam Lane / Billy Mintz

Wednesday, May 25th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Billy Mintz Drums
Adam Lane Bass
Mara Rosenbloom Piano

Eli Wallace & Deric Dickens + Perfect Friend

Thursday, May 26th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Eli Wallace & Deric Dickens duo
Eli Wallace- Piano
Deric Dickens- percussion

Perfect Friend
Jake Henry – Trumpet
Nathaniel Morgan – sax
Aryeh Kobrinsky- bass
Cody Brown – drums

Dayeon Seok Group / Excitable Lady

Friday, May 27th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Dayeon Seok Group
Keisuke Matsuno on guitar
Christian Li on piano
Lim yang on bass
Dayeon Seok on drums

Excitable Lady
Keisuke Matsuno on guitar
Kenji Herbert on guitar
Lim yang bass
Dayeon Seok on drums

Jozef Dumoulin

Saturday, May 28th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Jozef Dumoulin – A Fender Rhodes Solo
Jozef Dumoulin – Fender Rhodes

Jozef Dumoulin: Fender Rhodes
Kris Davis: piano
Cory Smythe: keyboards

Susana Santos Silva / Kris Davis / Mat Maneri

Sunday, May 29th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Susana Santos Silva – trumpet
Kris Davis – piano
Mat Maneri – viola

Roberta Piket Sextet – One For Marian Pre-“CD Release” Party

Saturday, June 4th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

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Roberta Piket – piano, arrangements
Steve Wilson – alto saxophone and flute
Virginia Mayhew – tenor saxophone and clarinet
Shunzo Ohno – trumpet and flugelhorn
Harvie S – bass
Billy Mintz – drums

Michael Dessen Trio

Sunday, June 5th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Michael Dessen Trio
Michael Dessen – Trombone
Chris Tordini – Bass
Dan Weiss – Drums

Praised as a “musician for this moment” in Downbeat Magazine, California-based trombonist Michael Dessen’s electro-acoustic trio with bassist Chris Tordini and drummer Dan Weiss has garnered critical acclaim for their unique performances that integrate live electronics, intricate composition and collective improvisation. This concert will be a single, continuous set featuring Somewhere In The Upstream, a work dedicated to Yusef Lateef, one of Dessen’s mentors. The composition takes the form of a “scorestream,” an algorithmic, networked composition that is displayed dynamically on computer screens for improvisers to interpret. Supported by a project award from New Music USA. More info: <http://www.mdessen.com>