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    Sun
    06
    Jan
    2019

    Stardrum/Crews/Rocketship, Charlotte Greve, Dina Macabee Jan 6

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

      

     

    Stardrum/Crews/Rocketship
    Written and improvised music for synthesizers and drums.
     
    Dina Maccabee 
    Dina Maccabee is a violinist, violist, composer, and vocalist originally from California. Working both inside and outside song forms, she combines experimental and traditional approaches to string instruments with electronic processing to create multi-layered sonic and emotional explorations. 
     
    Charlotte Greve/Simon Jermyn
    Charlotte sings and plays alto saxophone and Simon plays baritone guitar. 

    Mon
    07
    Jan
    2019

    Meshell Ndegeocello Presents: Jake & Abe + Venus (feat. Samora Pinderhughes & Jack De Boe ) Jan 7

    7:30 pm $15 online/$18 door

    https://venuepilot.co/events/22436


    Fri
    11
    Jan
    2019

    TBA / Chris Van Voost Double Trio Jan 11

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

     

    The music will feature through-composed chamber works played by one trio, each followed with an improvised response by the second trio.

    Jeremy Viner, clarinet
    Zach Lapidus, piano
    Tara Hanish, cello
    Kyle Wilson, Saxophone
    Chris van Voorst, bass and compositions
    drums, tba


    Thu
    17
    Jan
    2019

    Ray Rizzo, Tyrone Cotton, Jefferson Hamner & Julia Patinella Dec 17

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

      


    Fri
    25
    Jan
    2019

    James Shipp, Taylor Ashton and Jean Rohe Jan 25

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation


    Sat
    26
    Jan
    2019

    Andy McLeod & Rachel Meirs / Anna RG Jan 26

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation


    Sat
    09
    Feb
    2019

    Arnan Raz, Caitlin Paso and TBA Feb 9

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

     

    Influenced by the legacy of jazz masters such as Lester Young, Stan Getz, John Coltrane, as well as Charles Lloyd and Joe Lovano, The Arnan Raz Quintet succeed to create an experience full of emotion and spontaneity. With deftly-constructed solos that are congruous to the compositions in both their melodic and intuitive nature, the audience is presented with a versatile sonic palette of emotions; at times tempestuous and stirring, at other times quiet and shy. 


    Fri
    15
    Mar
    2019

    The Ives of March w Maya Bennardo and Karl Larson 3/15

    7:30 Doors $10.00 Suggested Donation

     

    The Ives of March is an annual event hosted by Maya Bennardo and Karl Larson to celebrate the exhilarating and eccentric music of Charles Ives. 

     
    Program:
     
    This year the artists will be presenting "the biggest one yet ... two sets with each set containing two sonatas, so that by the end of the evening you will have heard all four sonatas!"
     
    Violinist Maya Bennardo is an active performer and teacher living in Brooklyn, NY. Maya is passionate about opening the dialogue between composers and performers, and is devoted to performing music of the present. She is a founding member of the violin/viola duo andPlay, an ensemble that works to commission new works and perform lesser-known pieces for their instrumentation. She has worked with new music ensembles such as Ensemble Signal, ensemble mise-en, Nouveau Classical Project, Hotel Elefant, Contemporaneous, Mimesis Ensemble, and [Switch~ Ensemble]. She graduated from NYU with a Master of Music and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor of Music. She studied with Gregory Fulkerson at both institutions.
     
     
    Brooklyn-based pianist Karl Larson is a specialist in the music of our time. Consistently presenting adventurous programs, Larson regularly performs across the United States. Recent performances of note include appearances at EMPAC, the Guggenheim Museum, and MoMA. Karl has collaborated with many highly regarded members of his field. He frequently performs with his trio, Bearthoven, and has also recently appeared with the Bang on a Can All-Stars, Ensemble Signal, and the American Composers Orchestra. Larson has released recordings on Cantaloupe Music, New Focus Recordings, and GALTTA Media, and he holds a DMA in Contemporary Music Performance from Bowling Green State University
     
    New England based cellist, Zan Berry, is a passionate and creative musician who weaves together diverse musical interests in his work as a performer and teacher. He tries to perform the works of living composers as much as possible.  He has participated in music festivals, including Bang on a Can, New Music on the Point, and Fresh Inc and has played with members of the JACK Quartet, Bang on a Can All Stars, and Fifth House Ensemble. Zan currently holds the Urban Musical Fellowship at Community MusicWorks, a non-profit organization based in Providence, RI that builds a cohesive urban community through free musical performances and educational programs.

     

     



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