Upcoming Events

Vinny Golia

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

8:30
Vinny Golia – Saxophones, Clarinets, Flutes
Max Johnson – Bass
Tom Rainey – Drums

9:30pm
Ingrid Laubrock – Saxophone
Vinny Golia – Saxophones, Clarinets, Flutes
Max Johnson – Bass
Tom Rainey – Drums

Snackasaurus Flex / Domestic Affair

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

Snackasaurus Flex: 8pm
Marta Sanchez, piano
Eric Trudel, tenor sax
Michael Attias, alto sax
TBA– guitar

Domestic Affair : 9:30pm
Lim Yang, bass
Adam Kolker, tenor sax
Nick Sanders, piano
Jesse Simpson, drums

Deric Dickens Residency (Night 1)

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

8:30
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Kenny Warren, Trumpet
Jesse Lewis, Guitar
Deric Dickens, Drums

9:45
Arabic For Beginners
Lena Bloch Tenor Saxophone
Deric Dickens, Drums
Bass TBA

A Workshop for Music Teachers in Brooklyn

Friday, May 29th 9:30 AM $ Suggested Donation

Nurturing Motivation to Love and Create Music – A New Method

9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Michael Stegner has created a new teaching method that focuses on motivating students over the long term so that they can become self-sufficient and self-aware music makers. Michael slowly developed this method based on common threads shared by many great musicians he performed with, students he taught and advancements in brain science and learning research. This workshop will introduce the culmination of this work so you can immediately see the benefits and apply them in your teaching studio.

Cost: $45 per person – pay/register here

Deric Dickens Residency (Night 2)

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

8:30
Pallaksch
Jarrett Gilgore Saxophones
Deric Dickens, Drums

9:45
Words Are Not Enough, The Music of Jimmy Lyons
Jarrett Gilgore, Alto Saxophone
Ross Gallagher, Bass
Kenny Warren, Trumpet
Deric Dickens, Drums

The Tango, A Secret Code: Piazzolla and Beyond

Saturday, May 30th 10:00 AM $15 Suggested Donation

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10 am to 1 pm

Workshop with Juan Pablo Navarro.

For strings, bandoneón , accordion,guitar ,bass,piano ,brass , woodwinds and percussion, this workshop is about the unwritten music for Quintet in Piazzolla’s Music and his influence in the Contemporary Music.  How to play it through analysis, variation and creation of technical skills and expressive resources.

Juan Pablo Navarro is one of the most active bass players and composers in Argentinean Music. He was born in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires, in 1971. He studied double bass with Oscar Carnero and Anthony Bianco. He has dictated a workshop: The Tango a secret code at the ISB Convention in The Eastman School of Music, Musikschule Stadt Luzern ,Zurich University of Arts, EMAC Goiania , and in CODARTS at Rotterdam .  Nowadays he is releasing a New Album: Pa El Agus y El Uli(Tango-Jazz) with JPN Orquesta Tipica , with Music from A. Piazzolla, and new compositions from Navarro ,Schissi and Greco conducting by JP.

Deric Dickens Residency (Night 3)

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

8:30
Dix Out
Brad Linde, saxophones
Aaron Quinn, Guitar
Liz Prince Tuba
Deric Dickens Drums

9:45
Rocket #9
Brad Linde, Jarrett Gilgore, Aaron Quinn, Ross Gallagher, Kenny Warren,   Others TBA

Mike Bagetta Trio / Jeff Davis Trio

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

Mike Baggetta Trio 8:30pm 
Mike Baggetta – guitar/compositions
Jerome Harris – bass
Billy Mintz – drums

Jeff Davis Trio 9:30pm 
Russ Lossing – piano
Eivind Opsvik – bass
Jeff Davis – drums/compositions

www.jeffdavisdrums.com

Ursel Schlicht Trio

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

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Ursel Schlicht – piano
Ken Filiano – bass
Lou Grassi – drums

A piano trio that has been friends for many years: when Ursel Schlicht first came to New York in the mid-late 1990s, and they remain Ursel’s favorite rhythm section for spontaneous improvisation. This is the a rare trio performance in New York.