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Diane Moser and Mark Dresser CD Release Concert plus The Diane Moser Quintet
(Published: September 06, 2012)

Tonight pianist Diane Moser and bassist Mark Dresser celebrate their new recording "Duetto" on CIMP Records at the Cornelia St Cafe.

"a very rare balance of wildly atonal improvisation and consonant harmonic lushness - one that is born of arrangements, but is truly spontaneous in its development and execution" Sam Spokony, New York City Jazz Record

"Dresser and Moser have a deep connection that dates back to the '70s--each is a superb musician with their own personal languages brought to the table, or in this case, perhaps altar is a more apt description--given the spiritual dynamic that seemed to be in play."
Robert Bush, San Diego Reader

On the second set The Diane Moser Quintet performs Ms. Moser's suite "Music for the Last Flower" made possible by a grant from Chamber Music America's New Works:Creation and Presentation Program and the Doris Duke Foundation

Diane Moser & Mark Dresser CD Release "Duetto" 8:30PM
Diane Moser Quintet with Mark Dresser-bass, Mike Sarin-drums, Ben Williams-trombone and Anton Denner-alto sax/clarinet 10PM

Cornelia St Cafe
29 Cornelia St
NY, NY 10014
$10 Cover $10 min

More Information: http://corneliastreetcafe.com/Performances.asp?sdate=9/6/2012&from_cal=0

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