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Evolving Music / Evolving Music presents Jason Mears Group + Sean Conly Quartet + Steve Dalachinsky & Ken Filiano Duo + Vocal Improv Session 7
(Published: December 02, 2010)

Arts for Art's Evolving Music Series presents the best of New York Creative Jazz every Monday Night at the Local 269 (Lower East Side).

December 27

7pm : Vocal Improv Session #7
> "Nora McCarthy is a highly original singer, lyricist, composer, poet and educator" - JazzReview
With Nora McCarthy (voice) / Andrea Wolper (voice) / Nicole Peyrafitte (voice) / Francois Grillot (Double Bass).

8pm : Jason Mears Group
> "The compositions of Jason Mears bring us back to the dawn of free jazz, when quirkily precise structures mingled with open-ended improvisation." - Time-Out NY
With Erika Dagnino (poetry) / Steve Dalachinsky (words) / Jason Mears (sax & clarinet) / Ken Filliano (bass) / Satoshi Takeishi (drums).

9pm : Sean Conly Quartet
> "Their freedom can be delicate and meditative" - All About Jazz
With Darius Jones (alto sax) / Alex Harding (bari sax) / Sean Conly (bass) / Chad Taylor (drums)

10pm : Steve Dalachinsky & Ken Filiano Duo
> "His words come out of him just like sounds wend their way through the length of a hornpipe when it is blown" - JazzTimes
With Steve Dalachinsky (poetry) / Ken Filiano (bass)

Location : The Local 269 (269 East Houston Street)
Subway : Delancey/Essex Street (F J M Z)

Regular Admission = $10 per set / $15 for 2 sets / $20 all night
Students/Seniors = $7 per set / $12 for 2 / $17 all night
RUCMA = $5 per set / $10 for 2 / $15 all night

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

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