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This Week at The Cornelia Street Cafe - February 6-13, + Announcing a New Series at The Cafe
(Published: February 06, 2012)

The Cornelia Street Café is 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

The Cornelia Street Cafe is Proud to Announce
"Spotlight On New Talent"
A NEW monthly series, curated by Tom Chang, dedicated to showcasing some of the most brilliant up-and-coming jazz musicians

March 22 - Trumpeter John Raymond Kicks off the series with a CD release celebration for Strength & Song (produced by Jon Faddis), featuring Jon Raymond (trumpet), Gilad Hekselman (guitar), Javier Santiago (piano), Linda Oh (bass) & Obed Calvaire (drums)

April 12 - Drummer Devin Gray CD Release featuring Ellery Eskelin, Mike Formanek & Dave Ballou!


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This Week at The Cafe, February 6-13:

Monday, February 6, 8:30 PM
CLASSICAL AT THE CORNELIA: RACHEL PETERS: ALL OVER THE PLACE

Tuesday, February 7, 8:30 PM
BLUE TUESDAYS: PRANA TRIO +1
Sunny Kim, vocals; Bob Lanzetti, guitar; Nathan Goheen, bass; Brian Adler, drums

Tuesday, February 7, 10:00PM
BLUE TUESDAYS: MARIA NECKAM
Maria Neckam, vocals; Aaron Parks, piano; Matt Brewer, bass; Colin Stranahan, drums; Lars Dietrich, alto sax; Samir Zarif, tenor sax; Mariel Roberts, cello

Wednesday, February 8, 8:30 PM
JASON RIGBY'S CLEVELAND-DETROIT TRIO
Jason Rigby, tenor sax; Cameron Brown, bass; Gerald Cleaver, drums

Thursday, February 9, 8:30 PM
TOMAS FUJIWARA & THE HOOK UP
Tomas Fujiwara, drums, composition; Trevor Dunn, bass; Mary Halvorson, guitar; Brian Settles, tenor sax; Jonathan Finlayson, trumpet

Friday, February 10, 9:00 PM
CHRIS LIGHTCAP-BIGMOUTH DELUXE
Chris Lightcap, bass; Chris Cheek, tenor sax; Jeff Lederer, tenor sax; Andy Milne, piano; Gerald Cleaver, drums

Saturday, February 11, 9:00 PM
PETE ROBBINS REACTANCE QT, CD RELEASE: TRANSATLANTIC QT.
Pete Robbins, alto saxophone, compositions; Vijay Iyer, piano; Eivand Opsvik, bass; Tyshawn Sorey, drums

Sunday, February 12, 6:00 PM
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE
THE TWO GARYS: GUITAR ZERO & EXPONENTIAL
With cognitive scientist Gary Marcus and guitar virtuoso Gary Lucas
A tale of two Garys whose lives have intersected over a musical instrument

Nearly all musical virtuosos and athletes learn the fundamentals of their crafts as children. As his 40th birthday approached, NYU psychology professor Gary Marcus decided to try to learn the guitar and investigate the science of how people become musical. He'll contrast how musical understanding & skills are developed by children & adults, described in the new book, Guitar Zero.

Then a short concert by one of our great American guitar virtuosos, Gary Lucas, who for decades has lived at the extreme end of ability. Gary performed in classic bands with Captain Beefheart and Jeff Buckely, and now works in various solo and small group contexts: he has carved out his own take on all the American guitar traditions from deep blues to Chet Atkins to Hendrix and Les Paul. He has an enormous repertoire, and many different instruments to choose from, so the music will be surprising, challenging, and beautiful.

Sunday, February 12, 8:30 PM
GLOBAL LIVING ROOM:CARIOCA COUNTY
James Shipp, vibraphone; Mike Lavalle, bass; Ze Mauricio, pandeiro, percussion

Monday, February 13, 6:00 PM
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LANGSTON!
Malesha Jessie, soprano; Ellen Mandel, piano; Denise Burse, actor; Michael Early, actor; Phillip James Brannon, actor. Tonight, as part of the ongoing series celebrating the birthdays of poets with words and music, we celebrate the life and work of Langston Hughes.


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More Information: http://www.corneliastreetcafe.com

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