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THE HISTORIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JAZZ AND POETRY PERFORMANCE
(Published: May 26, 2007)

A RED & GOLD Production Presents:

PO'JAZZ AND FROM PAGE TO PERFORMANCE:

TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2007
@
THE BAHA'I CENTER - The John Birks Gillespie Auditorium
53 E. 11th Street,
NYC
212-674-8998

$15 ADMISSION (gentle refreshments served)

CONFERENCE PANEL:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Moderator: Golda Solomon. Panelists include: journalists Bill
Milkowski & Willard Jenkins; poet, EJ Antonio;
Erik Lawrence, alto saxophonist of MERGE; and, Mike Canterino, former
owner of the Half Note.

PERFORMANCES:
8:00 pm & 9:45 pm

8:00 pm
GOLDA SOLOMON
"Medicine Woman of Jazz"
with Center Search Quest
Christopher Dean Sullivan - bass
Michael TA Thompson - percussion
Eri Yamamoto - piano
Saco Yasuma - alto saxophone
Special guest: Roy Campbell - trumpet

9:45pm
NORA McCARTHY
Vocal Artist/Composer/Lyricist/Poet
The Nora McCarthy Qu'ART'et:
Pablo Vergara - piano
Jeffrey Carney - bass
David Silliman - drums
Special guest: Jorge Sylvester - alto saxophone

A Baha'i Center Jazz Tuesday First:
Po'People/Po'Jazz - Poetry In Partnership With Jazz: Then and Now

Don't miss what happens when musicians. poets, historians and
journalists riff on the beginnings and the now of poetry and jazz
coming together.

-------------------

....."Thusly, if what you reap is what you sew

(S - O)
what you reap is what you are, Amen!
Because,
what you am is what you be
and what you is, you am
and what you be you are,
if what you are is,
what you sew." ......SUN RA (Happy Birthday Knowing One)

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

Submitted By: Alex Lemski

Email: alexlemski@netzero.net


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