Upcoming Events

Sport & Play

Friday, May 1st 9:00 PM $10 Suggested Donation

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A night of traditional story-songs and ballads from Ireland and the UK, interpreted through the lens of Sandy Denny and the psych-folk movement of the late 1960s. Songs about love lost & found, class struggle, one night stands, soldiers, factory workers, hand-weavers, and female drummers in male disguise.

WITH
Brittany Anjou – piano
David Christian – drums
Peri DeLorenzo – violin & voice
Mark Dobbyn – guitar
Nicole Lawrence – guitar
Graham Norwood – guitars, voice
Eivind Opsvik – bass
Michael Sachs – clarinets
Sonia Szajnberg – voice

Anti-Social Music + Scorpion vs Snake

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

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ASM Drinks Alone (8:30 pm)
ASM performs a set of solo pieces written by Patrick Castillo, Max Duykers, Pat Muchmore, Ed RosenBerg and more. Performers include Ed RosenBerg (tenor saxophone), Andie Springer (violin), Curtis Stewart (violin), and others! http://antisocialmusic.org

Scorpion vs Snake (9:30 pm)
Nathan Koci, accordion
Emily Hope Price, cello and voice

Scorpion vs Snake. Nathan Koci plays the accordion and also brass instruments and sometimes composes music for theater, dance, and film. He plays around NYC and elsewhere with various new music, classical music, jazz music, folk music, and theater music type folks. Emily Hope Price sings and plays the cello and is also a songwriter, arranger, and film composer and can also be seen/heard performing in a band called Pearl and the Beard. She likes to draw and watch movies at the same time and talk about surviving an impending zombie apocalypse until something else comes along even more interesting to talk about.

2 X 2

Monday, May 11th 8:00 PM $15 Suggested Donation

8:00
Bill Payne / clarinet
Connie Crothers  / piano

9:30
Eva Lindal / violin
Virg Dzurinko / piano

Sam Bardfeld Trio

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

Sam Bardfeld – Violin
Kris Davis – Piano
Vinnie Sperrazza – Drums

w/ Todd Reynolds Group (TBA)

Lina Allemano’s Titanium Riot

Saturday, May 16th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

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Ellery Eskelin + Nick Fraser (8:30 pm)
Ellery Eskelin – Saxophone
Nick Fraser – Drums

Lina Allemano’s Titanium Riot (10:00 pm)
Lina Allemano, trumpet
Ryan Driver, analog synth
Rob Clutton, electric bass
Nick Fraser, drums

Deric Dickens Residency (Night 1)

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

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

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

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

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

Mette Rasmussen, Craig Taborn and Chris Corsano

Monday, June 22nd 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

Duos and Trio (2 sets at 8:30 and 10 pm)

Mette Rasmussen – Alto Saxophone
Craig Taborn – Piano
Chris Corsano – Drums

Leimgruber-Demierre-Phillips (Night 1)

Friday, October 30th 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

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80 years Barre Phillips / 15 years Trio

Urs Leimgruber saxophone
Jacques Demierre piano
Barre Phillips double bass

Spontaneous, direct, together. Without any preparation, conferring, or plan- ning. Faced with the same challenge as on the very first day they met – sculpting sounds in an empty room. AlI these three musicians can contribute is their decades of experience in free improvisation and their own personal styles of musical expression – no more and no less.

For the past fifteen years the American double bass player Barre Phillips and the two Swiss musicians Urs Leimgruber and Jacques Demierre have been coming together to play on an irregular basis and have already chalked up something in the region of two hundred concerts.

All three have unlocked a whole new dimension of their instruments and it is this that gives them their unmistakable sound. Every time they get together, their music is simultaneously reinvented and carried forward. At that point their musical styles either become more densely interwoven or evaporate until verging on silence.

Leimgruber-Demierre-Phillips (Night 2)

Saturday, October 31st 8:30 PM $15 Suggested Donation

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80 years Barre Phillips / 15 years Trio

Urs Leimgruber saxophone
Jacques Demierre piano
Barre Phillips double bass

Spontaneous, direct, together. Without any preparation, conferring, or plan- ning. Faced with the same challenge as on the very first day they met – sculpting sounds in an empty room. AlI these three musicians can contribute is their decades of experience in free improvisation and their own personal styles of musical expression – no more and no less.

For the past fifteen years the American double bass player Barre Phillips and the two Swiss musicians Urs Leimgruber and Jacques Demierre have been coming together to play on an irregular basis and have already chalked up something in the region of two hundred concerts.

All three have unlocked a whole new dimension of their instruments and it is this that gives them their unmistakable sound. Every time they get together, their music is simultaneously reinvented and carried forward. At that point their musical styles either become more densely interwoven or evaporate until verging on silence.