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Address: 376 9th St.
City: Brooklyn
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Jan-16-19 08:00 PM THE JUSTIN MULLENS QUINTET. Performing the compositions of jazz french hornist Justin Mullens - music influenced by composers such as Gil Evans, Duke Ellington, and Mingus - this octet features the adept improvisations of Loren Stillman - alto, Ofer Assaf - tenor, Peter Hess - bass clarinet, Marko Djordjevic - drums, Dan Fabricatore - bass, Pete Thompson - guitar, Art Hirahara - piano, and Justin Mullens - french horn.
Jan-16-19 10:00 PM THE MANDINGO AMBASSADORS. Every Wednesday
Guitarist Mamady Kouyate has been at the forefront of Guinean music since the 1970’s. He is best known as one of Bembeya Jazz’s guitarist but he has really made his mark with his own band, Les Ambassadeurs du Mandingue. “Dazzling vocal and guitar patterns over a rhythm section that is like a perfect system” Ben Ratliff, NY Times.
Jan-17-19 08:00 PM WHO KNOWS ABOUT TEN? Spiritual Counting Songs. Psoy KOROLENKO (vocals), Zisl SLEPOVITCH (clarinet, flute, piano, vocals) & Ilya SHNEYVEYS (accordion, guitar, vocals) present an array of songs that all express the meaning of numbers and power of counting in Jewish, European and se?cular Soviet traditions. The truly diverse set spans periods from Renaissance through modernity, and geography as wide as from Portugal and Northern Africa to Russia. While the tunes, styles (from Klezmer to Mahler) and languages (from Yiddish to German, from old Russian to Italkit) are strikingly different, the core lyrics of all songs are essentially the same. In a sense, the program is one song with a thousand faces.
Jan-17-19 10:00 PM BRIAN ADLER AND THE HUMAN TIME MACHINE. Inspired by Buenos Aires legendary La Bomba de Tiempo, The Human Time Machine combines percussionists and drummers from a wide array of musical backgrounds, and functions like a giant, organic drum machine. Grooves and beats are introduced by drummer Brian Adler, who acts as initiator and conductor, and are then shaped in real time by a series of live signals that create an ongoing polyrhythmic party. Drummers are generally joined by invited soloists who provide color and melody. With special guest tba.
Jan-21-19 07:00 PM BRAIN CLOUD . Every Monday. "My brain is cloudy, my soul is upside-down... When I get that low-down feeling, I know the blues must be someplace around." (Bob Wills)The Brain Cloud’s brand of western swing draws from the New Orleans-meets-Texas, strings-meet-horns, jazz-meets-country sound that Bob Wills perfected on his mid-1940’s Tiffany Transcriptions radio broadcasts. The Brain Cloud includes Dennis Lichtman (mandolin/fiddle/clarinet), Tamar Korn - of the Cangelosi Cards (vocals), Raphael McGregor (lap steel guitar), Skip Krevens (guitar), Andrew Hall (bass), and Kevin Dorn (drums), plus frequent guest appearances by Matt Munisteri (guitar) and Rob Hecht (fiddle).
Jan-22-19 09:00 PM SLAVIC SOUL PARTY. Fiery Balkan brass, throbbing funk grooves, Roma accordion wizardry, and virtuoso jazz chops: Slavic Soul Party! is just what it says. Brash and strong as slivovitz, these nine musicians have forged a virtuosic new brass band music in the heart of New York City; their Tuesday bacchanal is a destination for locals and brass band fans from around the globe. SSP!'s latest album - "Plays Duke Ellington's Far East Suite" was recorded live at Barbès. John Carlson & Kenny Warren (trumpet), Peter Hess (sax/clarinet), Peter Stan (accordion), Tim Vaughn & Adam Dotson (trombone), Ken Bentley (tuba), Matt Moran and Chris Stromquist (go?/snare/perc). $10
Jan-23-19 08:00 PM SERGIO KRAKOWSKI . Sergio Krakowski is considered a master of the Pandeiro. In twenty years of career, he has shared the stage with artist such as Anat Cohen, Cyro Baptista, Edmar Castañeda, Maria Bethânia and Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Krakowskialso uses his knowledge as a Computer Music PhD to allow percussion instruments to trigger videos, control effects and interact with the machine, creating real time dialogues between percussionist and computer.
Jan-23-19 10:00 PM THE MANDINGO AMBASSADORS. Every Wednesday
Guitarist Mamady Kouyate has been at the forefront of Guinean music since the 1970’s. He is best known as one of Bembeya Jazz’s guitarist but he has really made his mark with his own band, Les Ambassadeurs du Mandingue. “Dazzling vocal and guitar patterns over a rhythm section that is like a perfect system” Ben Ratliff, NY Times.
Jan-24-19 08:00 PM DAMIAN QUINONES AND HIS CONJUNTO. Taking his cues from his uncle’s collection of vintage vinyl, DamianQuiñones leads this horn-driven Nuyorican band that features Afro-Caribbean percussion, dirty twin guitars and an occasional Puerto Rican cuatro. With Damian Quiñones - guitar, cuatro, vocals; Taylor Bergren Chrisman - bass; Danny Valdez - percussion, vocals; Josh Bloom - drums; Dan Laureano - guitar; Gregorio Hernandez - trombone, vocals and Jehiah Bray - saxophone.
Jan-28-19 07:00 PM BRAIN CLOUD . Every Monday. "My brain is cloudy, my soul is upside-down... When I get that low-down feeling, I know the blues must be someplace around." (Bob Wills)The Brain Cloud’s brand of western swing draws from the New Orleans-meets-Texas, strings-meet-horns, jazz-meets-country sound that Bob Wills perfected on his mid-1940’s Tiffany Transcriptions radio broadcasts. The Brain Cloud includes Dennis Lichtman (mandolin/fiddle/clarinet), Tamar Korn - of the Cangelosi Cards (vocals), Raphael McGregor (lap steel guitar), Skip Krevens (guitar), Andrew Hall (bass), and Kevin Dorn (drums), plus frequent guest appearances by Matt Munisteri (guitar) and Rob Hecht (fiddle).