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Friday
Jan 28
6:00PM  PINK PONY WEST
Jackie Sheeler, host

Eve Packer, guest poet
Pink Pony Poetry: Jackie Sheeler's open mic poetry series with featured reader Eve Packer. Arrive before 6 pm to sign up.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  ANAT FORT TRIO
Anat Fort, piano;  Ed Schuller, bass;  Take Toriyama, druns;  + Guest Perry Robinson, clarinet – and things...
Anat Fort Trio image
“You’ll be hearing a lot more from Israeli-born pianist and composer Anat Fort shortly.  Her astonishing compositions and gift for band-leading recently caught the attention of ECM records – a disc is being readied for next year.  Here’s your chance to catch her on the way up." – K. Leander Williams, Time Out New York
Saturday
Jan 29
6:00PM  NEW SHUL JAM
Amy Eichenwald, host


Members of Greenwich Village's New Shul community sing, dance, perform, and otherwise make merry Aimee Eiscenwald of The New Shul presents a Tu B'Shevat event, hosted by Melanie. for more info contact The New Shul 212.284.6773 $ 10 cover + one drink minimum.
 Cover $10   http://www.newshul.org
8:30PM  MIKIS THEODORAKIS - THEN AND NOW
Sypros Orfanos, host

Lina Orfanos, soprano;  Martin Neron, piano;  Kostos Psarros, bouzouki;  Spiros Exaras, guitar;  Steven Knoblauch, saxophone;  Valerie Ghent, voice, hand drum
Lina Orfanos sings the inspired melodies of Mikis Theodorakis, the composer who revolutionized Greek culture with the creation of the popular art song.
 Cover $20   http://linaorfanos.com
Mikis Theodorakis - Then and Now image
Sunday
Jan 30
6:00PM  POETRY/PHOTO/SYNTHESIS
Ice, author/photographer/performer

 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  ELISE WOOD BRAZILIAN ENSEMBLE POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 10TH
Aloisio Aguiar, piano;  Leco Reis, bass;  Dotti Anita Taylor, flute, piccolo, piano;  Norman Hedman, percussion;  Elise Wood, flute, alto flute, piccolo
Elise Wood Brazilian Ensemble <font color=red>postponed until april 10th</font> image
Elise Wood, an established jazz  flautist known in the genre as "luminous, joyful and urgent" (Washington Post) steps forward to present a Brazilian and jazz repertoire.   With an ensemble comprised of members  who are exponents of these various influences,  the group creates a lovely weave of colors, textures and heart-felt emotions.
 Cover $10   www.hickswood.com
Monday
Jan 31
6:00PM  POETRY & A LITTLE LEG
Estha Weiner, host


Estha Weiner hosts 13 lyric ladies : LYRIC LADIES LIVE ! (Poems, Champagne, and A Little Leg...) Starring: The Rhymettes and The Meter Maids: Judith Baumel, Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Lee Briccetti, Claudia Carlson, Lois Hirshkowitz, Meg Kearney, Jan Heller Levi, Suzanne Noguere, Marie Ponsot, Anna Rabinowitz, Donna Reis, Karen Swenson, Estha Weiner, Sarah White.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  AYELET ROSE GOTTLIEB GROUP
Aylet Rose Gottlieb, voice/compositions;  Avishai Cohen, trumpet;  Loren Stillman, saxophones;  Anat fort, piano;  Ed Schuler, bass;  Take Toriyama, drums
AYELET ROSE GOTTLIEB GROUP image
Israeli-born vocalist/composer Ayelet Rose Gottlieb performs music from her acclaimed debut CD, Internal-External. Chosen by All About Jazz as the ³Best Debut CD of 2004,² the 25-year old¹s original compositions represent a range of musical approaches including free improvisations inspired by Gottlieb¹s explorations of color and sound to robust compositions infused with Middle Eastern sounds and erotic Biblical texts.
 Cover $10   www.ayeletrose.com
Tuesday
Feb 01
8:30PM  GIAN TORNATORE QUINTET
Gian Tornatore, saxophones;  Nate Radley, guitar;  Jon Anderson, fender rhodes;  Thompson Kneeland, bass;  Jordan Perlson, drums
"The development of jazz as an art form can be expressed in terms of study, technique, and application, but the real proof is whether the music moves the listener. Saxophonist Gian Tornatore exhibits these qualities in an impressive fashion with music that is poised, reflective, and of the present." -Mark F. Turner, All About Jazz
 Cover $5   http://www.giantornatore.com
Gian Tornatore quintet image
Wednesday Feb 02 6:00PM  FLASH FICTION
Carol Novack, host


Flash Fiction, Prose Poetry & Experimental Short Forms: Reading Series hosted by Carol Novack. This month's featured readers are Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz (writer & comedienne) and Randall Brown (writer & editor, Smokelong Quarterly) following open mic 6:00- 6:45 (first sign up, first stand up). $6.00 admission includes drink. Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  ALAS
Daniel Binelli, bandoneon;  Gustavo Moretto, piano;  Martin Moretto, guitars;  Alex Zuker, bass;  Chris Edelton, drums
This Sophisticated Argentine group captures the unique ambience of Buenos Aires by combining the most radical styles of tango, jazz, rock, Argentine folk and contemporary classical music.
"Alas' music is constructed from a canvas of a city that seems to change day after day and that also withholds forever certain secrets. Secrets like when you are awakened suddently with the sound of a Bandoneon or with the rhythm of pots and pans, o rwith the hammering of a Piano that dissolves itselfs in a=each subsequent measure" - LA NACION, NOV 2003, BUENOS AIRES
 Cover $10   http://www.alasmusic.com
Thursday
Feb 03
6:00PM  ARTISTS' SALON

Our monthly get-together for artists of all genres and generations, fellow travelers, hangers-on, supporters, etc. An opportunity to meet our gorgeous curators, bemoan (or celebrate) our outcast state, hoist a glass of quelque chose, and re-invent the world.

Tonight, informally, at a certain moment Canadian jazz violist and violinist Tanya Kalmanovitch together with bassist Lindsey Horner and guitarist Rob Thomas will preview a few minutes of their Bartok project (coming March 2nd). And Jed Distler and the Composers Collaborative who have a monthly series on the second Monday of every month will preview a couple of pieces from their ongoing Virgil Thompson project.

All welcome!
8:30PM  ALL ABOUTJAZZ-NEW YORK PRESENTS 1S & 2S: MUSIC FOR SOLO & DUO
Michael Marcus, saxophones;  Edgar Bateman, drums
AllAboutJazz-New York, the city’s number one resource for the most complete and in-depth information and coverage of what’s happening in the city each and every month, will be presenting a regular monthly series – “AllAboutJazz-New York Presents 1s & 2s: Music for Solo & Duo” at Cornelia Street Café on the first Thursday of every month.

MICHAEL MARCUS
The 50+ year-old Michael Marcus has been an active member of the New York jazz scene for over 20 years. Since releasing his debut recording, Under The Wire (Enja,1991), he has continued to be part of
 Cover $12   http://www.drimala.com/artists/marcus.htm

Friday
Feb 04
6:00PM  PINK PONY POETRY
Jackie Sheeler, host


Open mike. No feature this week. Instead a tribute to Mark Desmond. Arrive before 6pm to sign up.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  NEW MUSIC/NEW JAZZ - AN EVENING WITH ELLIOTT SHARP & ANTHONY COLEMAN
Elliott Sharp, guitar;  Anthony Coleman, piano
New Music/New Jazz - An Evening with Elliott Sharp & Anthony Coleman image

New Music/New Jazz - An Evening With Elliott Sharp and Anthony Coleman

Two unique and visionary composer/performers present an evening of solos and duos encompassing their own works and the music of Thelonious Monk, Jelly Roll Morton, and more.

Elliott Sharp is known for the wide range of his work, always true to his own sonic vision and performing throughout the world: from blues with his band Terraplane and the legendary Hubert Sumlin, extreme rock with Carbon, chamber works with the Arditti Quartet, orchestral scores with the Ensmeble Modern, and improvisation with the likes of Jack DeJohnette, Bill Laswell, Arthur Blythe, Christian Marclay, and DJ Soulslinger. Sharp recently released a CD of solo acoustic guitar, "The Velocity Of Hue" to great critical acclaim and has just recorded a CD of Thelonious Monk compositions also on acoustic guitar. He will present works from both of these on this evening.

Anthony Coleman is a composer-keyboardist who has performed and recorded throughout the world, both with his own projects and with numerous other ensembles including the piano trio Sephardic Tinge, which has released 3 discs: Sephardic Tinge, Morenica, and Our Beautiful Garden Is Open and has performed at the Sarajevo Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, Saalfelden Festival, and the Krakow and Vienna Jewish Culture Festivals. He has also performed extensively with ensembles of Marc Ribot, John Zorn, Glenn Branca. He has recently presented a concert of Jelly Roll Morton's compositions and will draw from those works ffor this evening.

Elliott Sharp reviews: "If much of his previous work has found beauty in extremes of intensity, he reverses course here, creating a cumulative intensity from extremes of beauty." Steve Smith - TIME OUT NYC

While Sharp's knowledge of global musics must inform his playing, the overall effect is of an intrinsically American, intrinsically blues, and specifically guitar derived, music. The playing is elegiac, lyrical and passionate, and uses several extended techniques of finger-tapping, harmonics and fretboard noise as well as a subtle sinuous acoustic feedback to extend notes at will. Few other players have managed to liberate the language of steel blues so completely Most of all, though, the music has an extraordinary saturated living colour, as the title track (and its title) Velocity Of Hue so succinctly suggest." Nick Southgate - THE WIRE


 Cover $12   elliottsharp.com

Drum kit donated by
CANOPUS DRUMS, Japan

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