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University Of The Streets - An Evening Of Two Solo Shows
(Published: October 27, 2010)

Tuesday November 2, 2010
8:00PM
Sam Newsome - soprano saxophone

10:00PM
Hilliard Greene - bass

University Of The Streets
130 E. 7th Street
NY, NY 10009
212 254 9300
$10.00 per show

www.samnewsome.com/
SAM QUOTES
"...another admirable addition to the solo canon." - Downbeat Magazine (5 stars *****)

"...expands the tonal capability of the soprano saxophone." - AllAboutJazz


www.hilliardgreene.com
Hill QUOTES
"...Greene can keep the listener interested - very interested - for upwards of an hour, all by himself. His new album, "Alone," is a riveting hour plus of material, mostly originals, that stand up well as melodic compositions played with passionate dedication. There is a wide range of styles and forms, and there is no risk of boredom among the eight tunes." - Steve Greenlee, Boston Globe

"Besides the exciting moving music, there is the amazement of the man's technique. He is a real virtuoso. Hearing this album, we can all say we could just never have imagined the bass as a solo instrument that is wholly absorbing..." - James Forte, Wildflower Publishers




More Information: http://www.universityofthestreets.org/

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