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The Evolving Music Series presents...
(Published: February 18, 2011)

Experience the diversity of NYC creative music / Hang out with other artists

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


7pm - Bonnie Barnett Group "singer Bonnie Barnett certainly has an amazing voice" - The Wire
Bonnie Barnett (voice), Anders Nilsson (guitar), Ken Filiano (bass)

8pm - Skinshout
Gaia Matteuzi (vocal), Francesco Cusa (drums)

9pm - Mikko Innanen Trio "so far along on his way to developing a distinctive voice" - JazzTimes
Mikko Innanen (sax), Joe Fonda (bass), Lou Grassi (drums)

10pm - Tom Chess & Bandit Hat "...a highly entertaining, groove-focused largely euphoric encounter" - AAJ
Tom Chess (oud, ney, morsing), Will McEvoy (upright bass), Jake Wise (clarinet), Kenny Warren (trumpet), Ryan Snow (trombone), Shane Shanahan (percussion)


7pm - Voice accompanies voice "His words come out of him just like sounds wend their way through the length of a hornpipe when it is blown" - JazzTimes
Lola Danza (voice), Steve Dalachinsky (words), Ben Gerstein (trombone), Garth Stevenson (bass)

8pm - Judi Silvano Cleome Quartet "displays a firm knowledge of jazz history and vocal technique" - Downbeat
Judi Silvano (voice), Adam Kolker (sax), John Hebert (bass), Sasha Mogilavich (drums)

9pm - Attias/Hoffman/Eisenstadt Trio "Attias plays with great authority and passion" - AAJ
Michael Attias (sax), Christopher Hoffman (cello), Harris Eisenstadt (drums)

10pm - Marco Cappelli Trio "clearly committed to making his mark on downtown music" - AAJ NY
Marco Cappelli (guitar), Luca Lo Bianco (bass), Francesco Cusa (drums)


7pm - Twice Kitten "consistently spirited and inventive" - Downtown Music Gallery
Chris Dimeglio (voice, trumpet), Cory Smythe (keyboards, electronics)

8pm - John and Mary and Jen "a formidable soloist" - AAJ
Mary Halvorson (guitar), Jen Shyu (voice), John Hebert (bass)

9pm - Kresten Osgood & Herb Roberston Duo "Roberston is one of the first and most inspiring musician" - Tim Berne
Kresten Osgood (drums), Herb Roberston (trumpet)

10pm - Brad Farberman Group


7pm - Vocal Improv Session 11 "Spoken-word and multilingual vocalizations engage in masterful swordplay with sonic bass explorations" - Times Union
Nicole Peyrafitte (voice), Andrea Wolper (voice), Ayelet Rose Gottlieb (voice), Francois Grillot (bass)

8pm - Pangeae "a powerful voice" - Jazztimes
Ayelet Rose Gottlieb (voice, compositions), Amanda Monaco (guitar), Carmen Staaff (piano), Sean Conly (bass), Satoshi Takeishi (percussion)

9pm - TBA

10pm - Thunk "Gauci is among the most significant tenor saxophonists to emerge in recent years" - AAJ
Stephen Gauci (sax), Kenny Wessel (guitar), Michael Bisio (bass), Jeremy Carlstedt (drums)

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