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January at The Cornelia Street Cafe!
(Published: January 04, 2011)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:


www.REDCATPUBLICITY.com


"A CULINARY AS WELL AS A CULTURAL LANDMARK"
Proclamation, City of New York, 1987

THE CORNELIA STREET CAFE
JANUARY 2011


LISTINGS INFORMATION:
Venue: The Cornelia Street Café
"A Culinary As Well A Cultural Landmark"
Proclamation, City of New York, 1987
For reservations and more info call 212 989 9319, located at 29 Cornelia Street, Greenwich Village, NYC 10014, email us - info@corneliastreetcafe.com

Event: January 2011 at The Cornelia Street Café
Showtimes: Weeknights: 6:00 PM, 8:30 PM, 10:00 PM, Weekends: 6:00 PM, 9:00 PM and 10:30 PM (doors open @ 5:45 PM-early shows, & @ 8:30 PM-late shows)
Admission: Cover charge and minimum varies, indicated below




What makes The Cornelia Street Café a true New York City landmark, an epicurean destination, an artist's café that cultivates and inspires, and one of the few remaining Greenwich Village bastions for creative music, spoken word, art, theatre, cabaret and much more':

-For more than thirty years the Café has provided food for the soul as well as the body, with more than 700 performances a year covering everything from science to songwriting, from Russian poetry to Latin jazz, from theatre to cabaret.

-When the Café opened its doors on July 4th weekend, 1977, it was run by three artists, there was one room with a toaster-oven, a cappuccino machine and a refrigerator display case. Now, the three artists remain, but with two full kitchens and two full bars which serve more than thirty wines by the glass. There are three dining rooms, one with a working fireplace, and an audience and artist-friendly performance space. And in the summer there is one of the Village's loveliest sidewalk cafes.

-Singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega got her start at the Café, as did Eve Ensler's "Vagina Monologues". Senator & presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy & attorney-activist William Kunstler have read their poetry; Dr. Oliver Sacks continues to read his prose. Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann presents a monthly Science Series; members of Monty Python & the Royal Shakespeare Company intermittently perform.

-The Cornelia Street Café represents a long and excellent past with the jazz scene in New York City. One that extends from Sheila Jordan all the way to Paul Motian, and yet has plenty of room for up and coming artists who are redefining the modern vocabulary of what jazz improvisation is. It is this unique quality of providing a space which encourages the contemporary and new, while keeping any eye on the past, that truly sets the Café apart.

-Mathew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker went on their first date at The Café.

Awards & Distinctions:
Zagat Nightlife - Award of Distinction
All About Jazz New York - Jazz Venue of The Year 2004, 2008 & 2010
DownBeat Magazine's 100 Great Jazz Clubs of The World
New York Post's Must Bar
Poetry Calendar's Best Poetry Series in New York
Time Out's Top 100 Restaurants
The Village Voice's Best of New York Food
Village Arts Award Inspired Cuisine
Where Magazine Best Neighborhood Ambiance
Waterford Crystal Award of Distinction Best Wine-By-The-Glass Program.






JANUARY Highlights:
For the full schedule of music, theatre and literary/spoken word events please contact Red Cat Publicity or visit www.corneliastreetcafe.co...

Monday, January 3, 8:30 PM
AMRAM & CO
David Amram, piano, french horn, flutes, composition & surprises; Kevin Twigg, drums, glockenspiel; John de Witt, bass; Adam Amram, percussion
This series explores in his highly personable, generous and informal style the astonishing variety of David Amram's interests and accomplishments. Cover $10

Tuesday, January 4, 8:30 PM
DAVE ALLEN QUARTET
Dave Allen, guitar; John O'Gallagher, alto saxophone; Drew Gress, bass; Tom Rainey, drums. With two critically acclaimed CDs behind him, guitarist and composer Dave Allen pushes on with this stellar group of forward-thinking improvisers. The group features the inimitable rhythmic team of Drew Gress and Tom Rainey along with the great alto saxophonist John O'Gallagher. Allen's compositions draw from a wealth of modern composers as well as poets, painters, and filmmakers, pushing the envelope between highly structured, complex forms and spontaneous improvisation. Cover $10

Wednesday, January 5, 8:30 PM
Pianist/Composer DAVID COOK performing music from his debut CD, Pathway, on Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records with MARCO PANASCIA and MARK FERBER! Cover $10

Thursday, January 6, 8:30 PM
TIM BERNE: Los Totopos
Tim Berne, saxophones, composer; Oscar Noriega, woodwinds; Matt Mitchell, piano; Ches Smith, drums. Cover $10

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SPECIAL EVENT:
Friday & Saturday, January 7 & 8
THE COMPANY OF HEAVEN JAZZ FESTIVAL
Cover $10
Friday, January 7, 2011:
8:30 PM - Matt Darriau's Ballin' the Jack
9:45 PM - Refuge Trio - Theo Bleckmann/Gary Versace/John Hollenbeck
11:00 PM - Michael Musillami Trio - Old Tea

Saturday, January 8, 2011:
8:30 PM - Jon Irabagon & Mike Pride - I Don't Hear Nothin' but the Blues
9:45 PM - Jay Clayton Trio - In & Out of Love
11:00 PM - Mario Pavone's Totem Quartet
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Sunday, January 9, 8:30 PM
DAN TEPFER / JULIAN LAGE DUO

Monday, January 10, 8:30 PM
DAN WEISS TRIO
Dan Weiss, drums, compositions; Jacob Sacks, piano; Thomas Morgan, bass. Cover $10

Tuesday, January 11, 8:30 PM
ARI HOENIG QUARTET
Ari Hoenig, drums; Gilad Hekselman, guitar; Shai Maestro, piano; Orlando le Fleming, bass. Cover $15

Wednesday, January 12, 8:30 PM
NATHANIEL SMITH QUINTET - CD RELEASE "QUARTET"
Jon Irabagon, saxophones; Toru Dodo, piano; Jostein Gulbrandsen, guitar; Peter Brendler, bass; Nathaniel Smith, drums, compositions. Cover $10

Wednesday, January 12, 10:00PM
DANIEL ORI QUINTET
Uri Gurvich, bass; Oz Noy, guitar; Fabian Almazan, piano; Ziv Ravitz, drums; Daniel Ori, bass, compositions
Originally from Kfar Saba, Israel, bassist and composer Daniel Ori is a prominent young voice in the New York contemporary Jazz scene. An ASCAP composers award winner, Daniel released his debut album, So It Goes in late 2009. Ori introduces a fresh mix of modern jazz with a World flavor, drawing influences from Middle Eastern, African and Latin roots. Daniel Ori Quintet will be performing newly written compositions, soon to be released on Ori's next album. "Daniel's music will move you . . . In your soul and in your gut . . ." - Chuck Vecoli, JazzReview.com. Cover $10. www.danielori.com

Thursday, January 13, 8:30 PM
JEFF DAVIS BAND - 35TH BIRTHDAY CONCERT!
Jeff Davis, drums, compositions; Tony Malaby, tenor, soprano saxophone; Kirk Knuffke, cornet; Jon Goldberger, guitar; Matt Pavolka, bass
Drummer/composer Jeff Davis is known as the "propulsive force" behind a host of New York mainstays, including bassist Michael Bates, multi-reedist Oscar Noriega, pianists Jesse Stacken and Landon Knoblock. Tonight, for his 35th Birthday Concert, Davis brings together New York improvising greats Tony Malaby, Kirk Knuffke, Jon Goldberger, and Matt Pavolka. "'We Sleep Outside' is the restlessly episodic debut by Jeff Davis, a drummer of broad experience in left-of-center jazz circles." -Nate Chinen, NY Times. Cover $10, www.jeffdavisdrums.com

Friday, January 14, 9:00 PM
GLOBAL MOTIAN
Marc Mommaas, tenor saxophone; Nikolaj Hess, piano; Tony Moreno, drums; Jay Anderson, bass. Global Motion, founded in 1997 in New York City by Dutch tenor saxophonist Marc Mommaas and Danish pianist Nikolaj Hess, has become a major force in todays music scene. Together they have co-lead Global Motion through the years touring Europe, the U.S., Canadan and Scandinavia with their various projects. Global Motion includes a stellar rhythm-section, Tony Moreno on drums and Jay Anderson on bass. GMplus, released in the fall of 2009 featuring compositions of Nikolaj Hess, includes special guests Ben Monder (electrical/acoustic guitar) and Jeff Ballard (percussion). and got nominated best album release of 2010 in Denmark. Global motion is part of the cutting edge jazz scene of New York City, portraying a fluid and dynamic sound brought forward by four world class musicians. The music has a fast pacing, energetic, strong and poetic power. Be ready for an unforgettable journey through a landscape of sounds and colors. Cover $10, www.mommaas.com

Saturday, January 15, 9:00 PM
MATTHEW BREWER QUINTET
This band is a newly formed collective comprised of Matt Brewer-bass, Will Vinson-alto, Lage Lund-guitar, Marcus Gilmore-drums, and Aaron Parks-piano. Each member focuses heavily on composition, and contributes pieces and ideas that bring diversity, and balance to the music's totality. All of the musicians in this collective have a long history of playing together, but this is among the first instances that they come together as a band. Matt Brewer has been playing bass since the age of ten, and began his professional career at twelve, playing gigs in his native Albuquerque, New Mexico. Since moving to New York in 2001, he has played with the likes of Greg Osby, Lee Konitz, Terence Blanchard, Jeff "Tain" Watts, David Sanchez, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, and many others. Cover $10

Sunday, January 16, 6:00 PM
NEW FACES OF 2011 (PART TWO)
NEW FACES OF 2011: Part Two!!! Take an evening off with John McWhorter and friends for an hour of pieces from the American Songbook that you may not have heard lately, but but will be glad you did! John will be on piano (usually) serving up songs stretching from 1923 to last week, including a few virtually unperformed in fifty years plus. Cover $10

Sunday, January 16, 8:30 PM
TYLER BLANTON QUARTET- "BOTANIC" CD RELEASE PARTY
Joel Frahm, tenor, soporano saxophones; Dan Loomis, bass; Jared Schonig, drums; Tyler Blanton, vibes, compositions
Brooklyn based vibraphonist and composer Tyler Blanton will lead his quartet in celebration of the release of his debut album "Botanic." On hand this evening will be the original cast from the album, featuring saxophonist extraordinaire Joel Frahm. Since moving to New York from San Francisco in 2007, Blanton has quickly come to recognition as a unique voice both as a composer and instrumentalist. Noted as "A young vibraphonist with strong lyrical footing," (Nate Chinen, New York Times) Blanton's personality is clearly echoed through his compositional approach which "..favors melody, swing, and optimism." - Bruce Lindsey, All about Jazz. Free CD with Cover, Cover $10, www.tylerblanton.net

Monday, January 17, 8:30 PM
DAN RUFOLO TRIO
Dan Rufolo, piano; Bill Thoman, bass; Arthur Vint, drums
The Dan Rufolo Trio's debut album, "Novelty", presents compositions in odd meters, free form improvisation, and striking harmonies, weaving a complex set of emotions. "Novelty" is thought provoking and invigorating. Their influences include the Keith Jarrett Trio, Terence Blanchard Quintet, Paul Motion Trio, and the various incarnations of Chick Corea's bands. The Dan Rufolo trio is always thinking forward while making sure to keep a grasp on the jazz tradition. Cover $10, www.danielrufolo.com

Tuesday, January 18, 8:30 PM
BLUE TUESDAYS: JALALA
Janis Siegel, vocals; Lauren Kinhan, vocals; Laurel Massé, vocals; Yaron Gershovsky, piano; Steve LaSpina, bass. JALALA is the collaboration of three extraordinary singers who each have formidable group and solo singing talents. Janis Siegel and Laurel Massé are founding members of The Manhattan Transfer (Massé left the group in 1979 following a car accident), and Lauren Kinhan is a member of the New York Voices. Inspired by groups like the Boswell Sisters, JaLaLa continues and expands the female three-part harmony tradition. Expect to hear everything from Johnny Mercer to Queen , from Dolly Parton to Sondheim to Bach,with original music also in the mix. Their debut CD, That Old Mercer Magic, is available through Dare Records (a Warner Music Group Company). Julie Hardy, Host. Cover $15

Wednesday, January 19, 8:30 PM
THE BRAZILIAN ACOUSTIC ENSEMBLE
Billy Newman, nylon string guitar, cavaquinho; Bina Coquet, 7 string acoustic steel; Dennis Lichtman, mandolin, clarinet; Tom Armstrong, pandeiro, percussion. Cover $10, www.billynewman.com

Thursday & Friday, January 20 & 21, 8:30 PM
GEORGE GARZONE AND THE AUSTRALIAN CONNECTION
George Garzone, tenor saxophone; Jamie Oehlers, tenor saxophone; Graham Wood, piano; Sam Anning, bass; Ari Hoenig, drums
George Garzone and Jamie Oehlers have met several times both in Australia and in US. Now they are together sharing the stage with a young and dynamic rhythm section. Based in Perth, Western Australia, Jamie Oehlers, was named Australian Jazz Musician of the Year at the 2007 Bell Awards, as well as winning the Best Jazz Release category and is now coordinator of Jazz Studies at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Cover $10, www.jamieoehlers.com

Saturday, January 22, 9:00 PM
DANIEL LEVIN QUARTET
Daniel Levin, cello; Nate Wooley, trumpet; Matt Moran, vibraphone; Peter Bitenc, bass. Cover $10, www.daniel-levin.com

Sunday, January 23, 8:30PM
JANE IRA BLOOM QUARTET
Jane Ira Bloom, soprano sax, live electronics; Dawn Clement, piano; Mark Helias, bass; Bobby Previte, drums. Soprano saxophonist/ composer Jane Ira Bloom celebrates the release of her latest CD "Wingwalker" (OTL140) bringing her quartet to Cornelia Street Café for the first time. Whether adventuring into interior or outer space in her music, Bloom continues to navigate her unique musical path with creative abandon. "An alchemist's mix of catalytic creativity, pure poetic expression and unalloyed vitality, Bloom's music is a cache of sonic gold." - Owen McNally, Hartford Courant. "Bloom and Clement's chemistry is magical, especially when they fly formation" - J. Hunter, All About Jazz. Cover $10, www.janeirabloom.com

Monday, January 24, 8:30PM
21ST CENTURY SCHIZOID MUSIC PRESENTS:MARTA & THE OTHER SHORE
Marta Topferova, voice, guitar,cuatro; Ben Monder, electric guitar
Marta Topferova is one of the finest singers and songwriters of her generation. She grew up singing classical and folk music in choruses for eight years, both in her native Czech Republic and the United States. Marta learned fluent Spanish during her adolescence, and evolved to be an accomplished performer and composer of Latin American music. She has toured the US, Canada, Europe, Argentina and Thailand. Her five releases to date include "Trova" (2009 World Village), "Flor Nocturna" (2006 World Village), "La Marea" (2005 World Village), "Sueño Verde" (2003 Circular Moves) and "Homage to Homeland" (2002 self-produced). As a steady creative force on the New York music scene, Marta has had the pleasure to collaborate with some of the most in-demand musicians including violinist Jenny Scheinman, harpist Edmar Castañeda, guitarist Ben Monder and drummer Adam Cruz. Her new project of original songs in English, "The Other Shore", is expected to be released in 2011, and promises to be a great addition to Marta's musical offering! "Topferova sings with an elegant longing in her voice" - New York Times. Frank J Oteri, Host. Cover $10, www.matatopferova.com

Monday, January 24, 10:00PM
21ST CENTURY SCHIZOID MUSIC PRESENTS:MARTA TOPFEROVA:TROVA
Marta Topferova, voice, cuatro, maracas; Aaron Halva, tres, vocals; Pedro Giraudo, bass, vocals; Neil Ochoa, percussion

Tuesday, January 25, 8:30PM
KIRK NUROCK, SOLO JAZZ PIANIST
Kirk Nurock orchestrated for Leonard Bernstein, Dizzy Gillespie and Meredith Monk, composed a work for 2o voices and 3 canines which he conducted at Carnegie Hall, and won a scholarship at age 16, awarded by Duke Ellington. But when he sits down to a piano, strange universes collide. Nurock deconstructs standards and jazz classics through a highly personal post-modernism. Keyboard Magazine called him "joyously iconoclastic" and the Village Voice said "Nurock is a composer-pianist who has always defied categorization." Come hear why!!
"Mr. Nurock has unique credentials."-New York Times. Cover $10, www.kirknurock.blogspot.c...

Thursday, January 27, 9:00PM
BECCA STEVENS BAND
Liam Robinson, accordion, piano, voice); Jordan Perlson, drums, percussion; Chris Tordini, bass, voice; Becca Stevens, voice, guitar, uke, charango, compositions
Hailed by The New York Times as a "best-kept secret" with an "impressively absorbing" debut album, Becca Stevens has established herself as a singer/songwriter of enormous talent. In February 2011 the Becca Stevens Band will be celebrating the release of their second album, on Sunnyside Records. Cover $10, www.beccastevens.com

Thursday, January 27, 10:30PM
REBECCA MARTIN BAND
Larry Grenadier, bass; Bill McHenry, tenor sax; Rebecca Martin, voice
As a singer-songwriter, Rebecca Martin enjoys a solid reputation among listeners and within the industry firmly built upon her instantly recognizable voice and numerous albums of original songs. The Guardian commented, "....the young singer, Rebecca Martin, may even come to upstage Norah Jones and Madeleine Peyroux." Martin's eighth recording, with the enchanting title When I Was Long Ago (2010, Sunnyside Records), is a collection of eleven standards recorded by legendary engineer James Farber. "risky and daring... dreamy and impressionistic and hauntily swinging" - Will Layman. Cover $10, www.rebeccamartin.com

Friday, January 28, 9:00PM & 10:30PM
GIRLS GONE MILD!
Rebecca Martin, voice, guitar; Gretchen Parlato, voice, percussion; Becca Stevens, voice, guitar, uke, charango, compositions; Larry Grenadier, bass; Chris Tordini, bass. Three of New York's finest songbirds come together on this rare evening to premiere their new trio "Girl's Gone Mild!". Inspired first by friendship and their urge for a relaxed day away from the city, "G.G.M!" was founded one late summer night when, after making a paella of clams and vegetables from her garden, Rebecca put her guitar over her knee and said, "Let's sing somethin'." The magic that occurred was destined to be shared with others. Tonight, accompanied by Chris Tordini and Larry Grenadier on double basses and Rebecca and Becca on stringed instruments, they will perform on each other's originals, some favorite standards, as well as new material that they have written together. "a singer with a deep, almost magical connection to the music." - Herbie Hancock. Cover $10, www.beccastevens.com

Saturday & Sunday, January 29 & 30, 9:00 & 10:30 PM
GERALD CLEAVER'S UNCLE JUNE
Featuring Andrew Bishop, Mat Maneri, Tony Malaby, Stacy Dillard, Craig Taborn, and Javier Moreno. Cover $10, www.myspace.com/geraldcle...







COMING UP at the Cornelia Street Cafe:

FOUR MONTHS OF PAUL MOTIAN!
The great Paul Motian has a BIG birthday coming up - on March 25, 2011 the legendary drummer/composer turns 80! Coinciding with this momentous occasion, he is scheduled to perform four times at The Cornelia Street Cafe over the next 5 months, Dec 2010 through April 2011:
December 10 with saxophonist Tony Malaby
February 18 with Dan Tepfer (duo performance)
March 18 & 19 with Jacob Saks (w/Eivind Opsvik and Matt Maneri)
April 1 with Malaby, Motian, Monder, Sanchez
April 15 & 16 with pianist Russ Lossing.

Thursday, February 3, 8:30 PM
RUSS LOSSING SPIDER'S WEB
Russ Lossing, piano, compositions; Ellery Eskelin, saxophone; Mark Helias, bass; Eric McPherson, drums

Friday, February 4, 9:00 PM
SARA SERPA
Sara Serpa, voice; Andre Matos, guitar; Kris Davis, piano; Matt Brewer, bass; Tommy Crane, drums

Friday, February 4, 10:30 PM
JEAN ROHE
Jean Rohe, voice, mandolin, percussion; Ilusha Tsinadze, guitar, voice; Liam Robinson, accordion, voice

Saturday & Sunday, February 5 & 6, 9:00 PM
ARI HOENIG QUARTET
Ari Hoenig, drums; Gilad Hekselman, guitar; Shai Maestro, piano; Orlando le Fleming, bass

Thursday & Friday, February 10 & 11, 8:30 PM
NASHEET WAITS' EQUALITY BAND
Logan Richardson, alto sax; Craig Taborn, piano; John Hebert, bass; Nasheet Waits, drums

Saturday, February 12, 9:00 PM
ANAT FORT TRIO
Anat Fort, piano; Gary Wang, bass; Roland Schneider, drums

Sunday, February 13, 8:30 PM
MATT MITCHELL'S CENTRAL CHAIN
Matt Mitchell, piano, compositions; Tim Berne, alto sax; Oscar Noriega, bass clarinet; Mary Halvorson, guitar; John Hebert, bass; Tomas Fujiwara, drums
DEBUT NYC appearance."

Wednesday, February 16, 8:30 PM
THE MATT PAVOLKA BAND
Matt Pavolka, bass; Ben Monder, guitar; Pete Rende, piano, electric piano; Ted Poor, drums; Special Guest, Akiko Pavolka, vocals

Saturday, February 19, 9:00 PM
ELLERY ESKELIN TRIO
Ellery Eskelin, tenor saxophone; Gary Versace, organ; Nasheet Waits, drums

Tuesday, February 22, 8:30 PM
LOREN STILLMAN AND BAD TOUCH
Loren Stillman, alto saxophone, compositions; Nate Radley, guitar; Gary Versace, organ; Tom Rainey, drums

Thursday, February 24, 8:30 PM
TONY MALABY
Tony Malaby, tenor saxophone; Ralph Alessi, trumpet; Michael Attias, alto saxophone; Ben Gerstein, trombone; Joachim Badenhorst, clarinet; Andrew Hadro, baritone sax; Dan Peck, tuba; Kris Davis, piano; John Hollenbeck, drums

Friday, February 25, 9:00 PM
TONY MALABY TUBA QUARTET
Tony Malaby, tenor saxophone; Ben Gerstein, trombone; Dan Peck, tuba; Ches Smith, drums

Friday, February 25, 10:30 PM
CHES SMITH'S THESE ARCHES
Ches Smith, drums; Mary Halvorson, guitar; Andrea Parkins, accordion; Tony Malaby, tenor sax

Saturday, February 26, 9:00 PM
THE JEFF WILLIAMS QUARTET
John O'Gallagher, alto saxophone; Duane Eubanks, trumpet; John Hébert, bass; Jeff Williams, drums

Tuesday, March 1, 10:00 PM
RANDY INGRAM QUARTET
Randy Ingram, piano; John Ellis, saxophones; Matt Clohesy, bass; Jochen Rueckert, drums

Friday, March 4, 9:00 PM
MARK HELIAS

Saturday, March 5, 9:00 PM
Julie Hardy Presents: SHEILA JORDAN

Thursday, March 10, 8:30 PM
INGRID LAUBROCK'S ANTI-HOUSE CD RELEASE PARTY
Ingrid Laubrock, tenor, soprano saxophone; Mary Halvorson, guitar; John Hébert, bass; Tom Rainey, drums

Friday, March 11, 9:00 PM
BEN WALTZER

Saturday, March 12, 9:00 PM
KRIS DAVIS
Tony Malaby, Ralph Alessi, Tom Rainey

Saturday, March 26, 9:00 PM
JOHN MCNEIL

Wednesday, March 30, 8:30 PM
CARLO DEROSA W/ VIJAY IYER

Thursday, March 31, 8:30 PM
GREG WARD


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