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Evolving Voice / Evolving Music: February Program
(Published: January 12, 2011)

FEBRUARY 7

7pm - TBA


8pm - Staley / Kitamura / Wooley "Nate Wooley, one of the few cats who is working hard at redefining the vocabulary and sound of the trumpet" - Downtown Music Gallery
Jim Staley (trombone), Kyoko Kitamura (voice), Nate Wooley (trrumpet)

9pm - Macroscopia "instruments-as-chemicals interact with one another to form new substances" - All About Jazz
Ken Silverman (guitar), Daniel Carter (trumpet), Tom Zlabinger (bass), Claire DeBrunner (bassoon)

10pm - Federico Ughi & Darius Jones DUO "Federico Ughi is characteristically splendid, his drums serving as much more than a rhythmic undercurrent..." Cadence Magazine
Frederico Ughi (drums, compositions), Darius Jones (alto sax)


FEBRUARY 14 (Love at first note)

7pm - Golda Solomon "Spoken-word and multilingual vocalizations engage in masterful swordplay" - Times Union
Golda Solomon (poetry)

8pm - Katie Bull Group "a dazzling voyage" - Jazz Times
Katie Bull (vocals), Landon Knoblock (piano), Joe Fonda (bass), George Schuller (drums), Jeff Lederer (reeds) + Chocolates

9pm - Music for Lovers and Dreamers "a full-bodied, attractive sound" - All About Jazz NY
Lorenzo Sanguedolce (sax), Sofie Sorman (voice), Ratzo Harris (bass)

10pm - Twisted Standard Trio "Judith plays that touching melody, making every note count" - Downtown Music Gallery
Judith Insell (viola), Reut Regev (trombone & flugabone), Tomas Ulrich (cello)


FEBRUARY 21

7pm - Patrick Brennan SOLO "An abstract conception balanced with plenty of wit and soul." - Time Out
Patrick Brennan (saxophone)

8pm - TBA

9pm - Sabir Mateen "beautiful cascades of arpeggios that he examines in detail both rhythmically and ornamentally"- Jazz Times
Sabir Mateen (woodwinds), Michael Wimberly (drums, percussion), Larry Roland (bass)

10pm - Ned Rothenberg "deep placidity and concentration" - NY Times

FEBRUARY 28

7pm - Vocal Improv Sessions #10 "Mossa Bildner has worked with me and her vocalese was fantastic" - Henry Threadgill"
Mossa Bildner (voice), Gino Sitson (voice)

8pm - Gino Sitson Band "an extraordinarly pliable voice in settings with melody, emotion and rhythm" - LA Times
Gino Sitson (voice, body perc & compositions), Sam Newsome (soprano saxophone)

9pm - Belogenis / Hofstra / Grassi "Grassi, an incredibly dynamic presence, coaxes and fuels the proceedings" - One Final Note
Louie Belogenis (saxophone), Dave Hofstra (bass), Lou Grassi (drums)

10pm - Giant Dwarf
Jeremy Carlstedt (drums), Martin Philadelphy (Electric Guitar)


Where : The Local 269 - 269 East Houston Street NYC (corner of Suffolk St)

Tickets : $10 per set / $15 for 2 sets / $20 all night
Students/Seniors = $7 per set / $12 for 2 / $17 all night

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

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