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Evolving Music / Evolving Voice
(Published: December 15, 2010)

Each Monday @ the Local 269
269 Houston Street (corner of Suffolk Street)
Regular = $10 per set / $15 for 2 sets / $20 all night
Students/Seniors = $7 per set / $12 for 2 / $17 all night


7pm - Patricia Nicholson & William Parker DUO
Patricia Nicholson (dance), William Parker (bass)

8pm - Gerald Cleaver Group "tasty embroidery of the groove" - All About Jazz
Gerald Cleaver (drums)

9pm - Rob Brown Ensemble "...among the most talented and original alto players to take the stage..." - Option
Rob Brown (saxophone)

10pm - William Parker, Rob Brown & Gerald Cleaver TRIO "William Parker has few peers in contemporary music" - Pop Matters
William Parker (bass), Rob Brown (sax), Gerald Cleaver (drums)

JANUARY 10 - Bass is in the Place!

7pm - Elena Camerin Group
Elena Camerin (voice), Khabu Doug Young (baritone guitar & ukelele)

8pm - Michael Bisio SOLO "His playing appears to be produced by sorcery" - Cadence Magazine
Michael Bisio (bass)

9pm - Francois Grillot's Contraband Quartet "a dark tone and rare aggression" - One Final Note
Catherine Sikora (tenor and soprano saxophones), Anders Nilsson (guitar), Fran├žois Grillot (bass, compositions), Michael Evans (drums)

10pm - Michael Bisio Quartet "The music is warm, soulful, welcoming, gentle and sophisticated" - Stef Gijssels
Avram Fefer (tenor and soprano saxophones), Stephen Gauci (tenor saxophone), Michael Bisio (bass, compositions), Jay Rosen (drums)
> New Record "Travel music" official release on January 9

JANUARY 17 - Horning In: Week One with Dave Sewelson & Jeremiah Cymerman

7pm - House of Illusion "Like a purring Jeanie Lee"- Cadence Magazine
Akiko Pavolka (vocals, electric piano), Nate Radley (guitar), Matt Pavolka (bass), Bill Campbell (drums)

8pm - Broadcloth Trio "an intense presence to the music, a voice that seems to imply capacity in every vocal style" - Point of Departure
Anne Rhodes (voice), Nathan Bontrager (cello), Adam Matlock (accordion & recorders)

9pm - The New Non-Profit Prophets "blow-out-the bottom baritone" - Downbeat
Dave Sewelson (saxophone), Charles K. Noyes (bass & saw), Rick Brown (drums) + Guest

10pm - Jeremiah Cymerman SOLO "unique approach to instrumental musicianship" - All About Jazz
Jeremiah Cymerman (bass clarinet, electronics)

JANUARY 24 - Horning In: Week Two with Horn Players Avram Fefer and Yoni Kretzmer

7pm - Yoni Kretzmer Trio "Drummer Mike Pride stokes the furnace with fire, while never stinting on finesse" - Time Out NY
Yoni Kretzmer (tenor sax), Sean Conly (bass), Mike Pride (drums)

8pm - Nora McCarthy "a mature, friendly voice, with a gentle vibrato, and gives a convincing delivery of the lyrics" - Jazz Weekly
Nora McCarthy (voice)

9pm - Avram Fefer "a forceful, astringent sound on alto and a robustly husky voice on tenor, and here he enlisted both instruments to strong effect" - NY Times
Avram Fefer (saxophone)

10pm - TBA


7pm - Vocal Improv Session #8 "a scatting, swinging Jazz singer who posesses a
coquettish voice to lure one into her web" - Cadence
Dori Levine (voice) / Rosie Hertlien (voice)

8pm - Rosie Hertlein SOLO "the astonishing violinist and singer Rosi Hertlein, who is destined for great things" - Richard Cook & Brian Morton
Rosie Hertlein (violin)

9pm - Mike Pride

10pm - Harvey Valdes/Damion Reid Duo "the outrageously good Reid, who is crisp and fluid as he holds together these tricky tunes, playing wide open or nailing the backbeats and press rolls" - Dusted Magazine
Harvey Valdes (guitar), Damion Reid (drums)

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