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Entertaining Science: ASTROBIOLOGY, ACCORDIONOLOGY 10/1/2017
Entertaining Science: BE DAZZLED 9/3/2017
Entertaining Science: CROSSING GENRES, IN SEARCH OF EXOMOONS 6/4/2017
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE: THE NESTEDNESS OF THINGS 5/7/2017
Entertaining Science: MUTANT MIRACLES 4/2/2017
Entertaining Science: EVIDENCE THAT MUSIC HEALS, AND NOT JUST THE SOUL 3/5/2017
Entertaining Science: THE ABSTRACT BOWL! 2/5/2017
Entertaining Science: CARBON’S ITALIAN FAMILY CONNECTIONS 12/4/2016
Entertaining Science: Cold War, Warm Climate 11/6/2016
Entertaining Science: DO BABIES GET THE BLUES? 10/2/2016
Entertaining Science: The Jazz of Physics, Artificial Intelligence and Sculpture 9/4/2016
Entertaining Science: MUSIC FOR THE CORNELIA FIREWORKS 7/3/2016
Entertaining Science: THE MUSE AT THE BIRTH OF THE UNIVERSE 6/5/2016
Entertaining Science: FLAMENCO ON THE BRAIN 5/1/2016
Entertaining Science: The Jazz Cure for Molecules in Distress 4/3/2016
Entertaining Science: OLIVER ON OUR MINDS 3/6/2016
Entertaining Science: THE DANCE OF MOLECULES 2/7/2016
Entertaining Science: 65 MILLION YEARS OF BIRD EVOLUTION DON’T LIE 12/6/2015
Entertaining Science: WHAT MISTINGUETT AND MARIE CURIE TALKED ABOUT 11/1/2015
Entertaining Science : Oscillation/Why Wake Up in the Morning 10/4/2015
Entertaining Science : What did Roald do over the summer? 9/6/2015
Entertaining Science: Turning Breath Into Music 6/7/2015
Entertaining Science: THE HARMONIC DESTINY OF HEALING 5/3/2015
Entertaining Science: EGGSTRAVAGANZA (AND CHICKENS TOO) 4/5/2015
Entertaining Science: Pluto and the Ice Princess, Together at Last 3/1/2015
Entertaining Science: LUNINE, LIGETI, and McMURRAY 2/1/2015
Entertaining Science: SOUND SYMMETRY - Patterns of Mind  1/4/2015
Entertaining Science: SO YOU THINK YOU’VE HEARD IT ALL? 12/7/2014
Entertaining Science: Light and Color 11/2/2014
Entertaining Science: The Big Melt: Tales of Antarctica 10/5/2014
Entertaining Science: ONE NOTE AT A TIME? IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE LIKE THAT!  9/7/2014
Entertaining Science: Unfolding Evolution 6/1/2014
Entertaining Science: Life's Music 5/4/2014
Entertaining Science: SING TO ME, O NATURAL PHILOSOPHER! 4/6/2014
Entertaining Science: EDGES and GRAVITONS 3/2/2014
Entertaining Science: MUSIC, LANGUAGE LEARNING US 2/2/2014
Entertaining Science: SMALL, DEADLY, AND DELICIOUS 1/5/2014
Entertaining Science: CO-SEISMIC PIANO 12/1/2013
Entertaining Science: Explosive evolution in birds 11/3/2013
Entertaining Science: Interactions : So Complicated It's Simple 10/6/2013
Entertaining Science: CIAO BELLA! WHAT MAKES AN ARIA OR AN ALCOHOL BEAUTIFUL? 9/1/2013
Entertaining Science: Mars ! 6/9/2013
Entertaining Science: MUSIC OF THE SPHERES 5/12/2013
Entertaining Science: On Paper 4/14/2013
Entertaining Science: Now Hear This! 3/10/2013
Entertaining Science: A Jump into the Gene Pool 2/10/2013
Entertaining Science: FLIGHT CLUB 12/9/2012
Entertaining Science: YOU ARE WHAT YOU HEAR 11/11/2012
Entertaining Science: IT YEAST AIN’T THE SAME 10/14/2012
Entertaining Science: Hearts and Devils 9/9/2012
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE: PAY ATTENTION! 6/10/2012
Entertaining Science: Rhapsody for Piano and Universe 5/13/2012
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE  4/8/2012
Entertaining Science: BEAUTY AND THE BEASTIES 3/11/2012
Entertaining Science: The Two Garys--Guitar Zero & Exponential 2/12/2012
Entertaining Science: SILENT GENES AND GENTLE SONGS 1/8/2012
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, O UNIVERSE  12/11/2011
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE: THE DRONE AND THE UNIVERSE 11/13/2011
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE  10/9/2011
Entertaining Science 9/11/2011
Cafe Stories 7/25/2011
Entertaining Science 7/10/2011
Entertaining Science 6/12/2011
Entertaining Science 5/8/2011
Entertaining Science 4/10/2011
Entertaining Science 3/13/2011
Entertaining Science 2/13/2011
Entertaining Science: Abstraction and Passion: The Brainwave Music Project 1/9/2011
The Science of Fear in Words and MUsic 6/6/2010
Entertaining Science 5/2/2010
Prognosticating the World's Wheat and Bluegrass 4/4/2010
Entertaining Science -- Can culture emerge from scratch? 3/7/2010
Entertaining Science -- The Camera Never Lies 2/7/2010
Entertaining Science -- EXTREMES 1/3/2010
Entertaining Science -- YOU SEE WHAT YOUR BRAIN WANTS YOU TO SEE 12/6/2009
Entertaining Science -- SHAPES AND ENERGIES: LOVE AND HATE AMONG THE ATOMS 11/1/2009
Entertaining Science -- NATURAL LAW: DARWIN'S TANGLED BANK 10/4/2009
Entertaining Science -- THE WORLDS WE MAKE UP 9/6/2009
Entertaining Science -- ACQUA! THE SOUNDS AND SCIENCE OF WATER 6/7/2009
Entertaining Science -- EL BAILE BACTERIANO! 5/3/2009
Entertaining Science -- ANNIHILATION! 4/5/2009
Entertaining Science -- NANOARCHITECTURES: WHY MORE OF LESS IS MORE! 3/1/2009
Entertaining Science -- JEDUTHUN’S HEIRS: JEWISH GENES, JEWISH GROOVES 2/1/2009
Entertaining Science -- FLEAS ON STEROIDS 1/4/2009
Entertaining Science -- A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE LAB 12/7/2008
Entertaining Science -- IMAGINE SCIENCE IN FILM 11/2/2008
Entertaining Science -- The Haphazard Construction of the Human Mind 10/5/2008
Entertaining Science -- TABOOS 9/7/2008
Entertaining Science -- WAVE/PARTICLE 6/1/2008
Entertaining Science -- WHY DO WHALES SING? 5/4/2008
Entertaining Science -- It's the Way it Shatters that Matters 3/2/2008
Entertaining Science -- Five Feet High and Rising 2/3/2008
Entertaining Science -- SeaChange: Reversing the Tide 1/6/2008
Entertaining Science -- THINKING, FEELING 12/2/2007
Entertaining Science -- ALL IS PATTERN 11/4/2007
Entertaining Science -- Harmonious Triads 10/7/2007
Science 8/30/2007
Entertaining Science -- COLTRANE, EINSTEIN, AND COSMOLOGY 2 7/1/2007
Entertaining Science -- Reflections of the Animal Mind 6/3/2007
Entertaining Science -- HE SAYS, SHE SAYS, EITHER WAY IT'S ALL PHALLACY 5/6/2007
Entertaining Science -- A RIFF ON THE WAY TO STRUCTURE 4/1/2007
Entertaining Science -- ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTICS 3/4/2007
Entertaining Science -- MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL 2/4/2007
Entertaining Science -- COSI SIMILI, COSI DIVERSE 1/7/2007
Entertaining Science -- I FORGOT TO LEARN TO FORGET 12/3/2006
Entertaining Science -- NAMING NATURE 11/5/2006
Entertaining Science -- Chateau Jiahu, Vintage 7000 BC 10/15/2006
Entertaining Science 2 -- Chateau Jiahu, Vintage 7000 BC 10/15/2006

Entertaining Science -- CHOICES
 9/3/2006
Entertaining Science -- Finally With Women 8/6/2006
Entertaining Science -- SMALL TALK AMONG THE BACTERIA 6/4/2006
Entertaining Science -- BIOMINERALIZATION: THE BEAUTY OF FUNCTION 5/7/2006
Entertaining Science -- AFTERNOON OF THE CHIMERAS 4/2/2006
Entertaining Science -- IN YOUR EAR 3/5/2006
Entertaining Science -- DARWIN’S BIRTHDAY BASH 2/5/2006
Entertaining Science -- NEON! 12/4/2005
Entertaining Science -- IMPROVISING ON CHAOS 11/13/2005
Entertaining Science -- GM FOODS; MONSTERS OR MIRACLES? 10/2/2005
Entertaining Science -- FERNS 9/4/2005
Entertaining Science -- FROM SAMARKAND TO CORDOBA 8/7/2005
Entertaining Science -- SCIENCE AND THE MORAL LIFE--A MISMATCH? 6/5/2005
Entertaining Science -- WHY DO BIRDS SING? 5/1/2005
Entertaining Science -- SHUFFLE OFF THIS MORTAL COIL 3/6/2005
Entertaining Science -- ECO-OPERA-EVO 2/6/2005

 
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Mixed Media by LENNY ACHAN

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Sunday
Oct 15
6:00PM  ENTERTAINING SCIENCE -- CHATEAU JIAHU, VINTAGE 7000 BC
Roald Hoffmann, host

Entertaining Science -- Chateau Jiahu, Vintage 7000 BC image
Chateau Jiahu, Vintage 7000 BC

This evening, you will have the chance to taste Chateau Jiahu, the most ancient, chemically-attested alcoholic beverage in the world, dating back to about 7000 B.C. It is a mixed fermented beverage of malted rice, wild-flower honey, and white grapes, fermented on a sake yeast with hawthorn berries. Patrick McGovern of the University of Pennsylvania Museum’s Biomolecular Archaeology laboratory will discuss how his lab and colleagues resurrected ancient Chinese and Near Eastern beverages.

Darrin Siegfried, wine expert and restaurateur, former Sommelier Society of America President, will comment on the qualities of the new old wines, and lead the tasting. Music will be provided by Katie Down, playing water – whoops, wine – glasses. And choreographer and dancer Rachel Cohen will invest the peaceful glade of the Cornelia Street Café with her troupe of possessed women. Any bulls nearby may be sacrificed, for this night Dionysus rules!

Usually Entertaining Science has just one show. This time, by popular demand, there will be two shows, at 6 PM and at 8: 30PM. When you call the café for a reservation, please specify the show.

We append a joint communique from Patrick McGovern and Dogfish Head, the great Delaware brewery, whose master brewers were responsible for reconstructing this ancient recipe:

9000 years old, Chateau Jiahu stands apart as the most ancient, chemically-attested alcoholic beverage in the world. The pottery vessels that held the chemical clues were painstakingly excavated inside tombs and houses by Chinese archaeologists at the early Neolithic site of Jiahu in the Yellow River Basin. Some tombs also yielded flutes made from the forelimbs of the revered red-crowned crane--among the oldest known playable musical insttruments ever discovered. The re-creation of this historic beverage is based on state-of-the-art microanalysis of pottery residues by laboratories at the University of Pennsylvania Museum and elsewhere. The modern "Neolithic-inspired" interpretation was brewed by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, Delaware.

“It’s pretty amazing to consider that the birth of this 'beer' pretty much coincided with the birth of complex societies”, says Dogfish Head President Sam Calagione. “It was about 10,000 years ago that humans transitioned from hunter-gatherer nomads to settled, crop-harvesting communities. I’m sure beverages like Chateau Jiahu helped convince our ancestors that the reward of growing crops like rice and barley was worth the wait.”

In keeping with the ancient organic evidence Chateau Jiahu is brewed with malted rice, white grapes, wildflower amber honey, and fermented on a sake yeast with hawthorn berries. The result is a refreshing, dry, and fruity nectar unlike anything the world has seen…at least in ninety-or-so centuries. Melding the flavors and aromatic nuances of ale, mead, cider, and sake to 9% alc. by vol. this hybrid beverage pairs perfectly with spicy Asian and South-American cuisines, curries, and BBQ.

Tonight will be its first tasting. Later this year it will be loosed on the general public in champagne bottles.
 Cover $10

8:30PM  ENTERTAINING SCIENCE 2 -- CHATEAU JIAHU, VINTAGE 7000 BC
Roald Hoffmann, host


Chateau Jiahu, Vintage 7000 BC

For those of you who speed read, please don't skip the part about a "troupe of possessed women."

This evening, you will have the chance to taste Chateau Jiahu, the most ancient, chemically-attested alcoholic beverage in the world, dating back to about 7000 B.C. It is a mixed fermented beverage of malted rice, wild-flower honey, and white grapes, fermented on a sake yeast with hawthorn berries. Patrick McGovern of the University of Pennsylvania Museum’s Biomolecular Archaeology laboratory will discuss how his lab and colleagues resurrected ancient Chinese and Near Eastern beverages.

Darrin Siegfried, wine expert and restaurateur, former Sommelier Society of America President, will comment on the qualities of the new old wines, and lead the tasting. Music will be provided by Katie Down, playing water – whoops, wine – glasses. And choreographer and dancer Rachel Cohen will invest the peaceful glade of the Cornelia Street Café with her troupe of possessed women. Any bulls nearby may be sacrificed, for this night Dionysus rules!

Usually Entertaining Science has just one show. This time, by popular demand, there will be two shows, at 6 PM and at 8:30PM. When you call the café for a reservation, please specify the show.
 Cover $10   http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~mcgovern/
http://www.museum.upenn.edu/Midas/intro.html

Entertaining Science 2 -- Chateau Jiahu, Vintage 7000 BC image
Monday
Oct 16
6:00PM  NY QUARTERLY READINGS
Ted Jonathan, host

Joanna Fuhrman Kevin Pilkington Nicole Andonov
Three poets read work for and from our favorite poetry journal.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  LA BALTEUBAND - ARGENTINE JAZZ
Emilio Teubal, piano & composer;  Kobi Solomon, clarinet & soprano sax;  Moto Fukushima, bass;  Franco Pinna, drums;  Xavier Perez, tenor saxophone, flute
LA BALTEUBAND - argentine jazz image
La Balteuband is an instrumental ensemble lead by Emilio Teubal. His compositions are a blend of jazz and elements of Argentine music, such as rhythms like chacarera and zamba along with the lyricism of tango melodies.

La Balteuband's music consists of rhythmically and harmonically rich pre-composed structures and improvised sections that highlight the musicality of each member of the band. This is what makes each performance of the group so fresh and special.

The compositional influences of Emilio Teubal include Astor Piazolla, Hermeto Pascual, Egberto Gismonti, and great masters of the jazz tradition such as Duke Ellington, Gil Evans, and Charles Mingus. La Balteuband has performed in New York venues such as the Knitting Factory, Cornelia Street Cafe, Nublu, Bowery Poetry Club, Galapagos Arts Space, and was included in the Argentine Jazz series at El Taller Latinoamericano during the summer of 2005. La Balteuband recorded its first album to be released in Spring 2007.   www.emilioteubal.com

STREAMING LINK: www.emilioteubal.com/music/a%20caballo1.mp3

Tuesday
Oct 17
6:00PM  WRITERS ROOM
Stan Richardson, host

Augusto César Mendoza Espino Ivan Rios Gascon Pailo Heitz
The Writers Room presents Mexican poetry in a bilingual format.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  MORRISON MOTEL
John Morrison, host

MORRISON MOTEL image
How many trumpets does it take to push a motel one week...?

John Morrison's monthly comedy quickie--some of the smartest, most politically savvy comedians in or passing through New York make and unmake their bed here before some soon to be deported illegal third world alien comes in to clean it all up . . .
 Cover $10

Wednesday Oct 18 6:00PM  MEMOIR
Alice Denham
Alice will launch her latest book SLEEPING WITH BAD BOYS.

She will sign copies of and read from this romp through literary New York, and most especially Greenwich Village.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)

8:30PM  THE SONGWRITER'S BEAT
Valerie Ghent, host

Audrey Martell Gretchen Witt Rebecca Hart Jesse du Bey
The Songwriter's Beat image

Now in its 6th year, The Songwriter's Beat is New York’s most popular acoustic songwriter’s series, where songwriters are encouraged to perform new material in a supportive and intimate atmosphere.

Curated / hosted by multiple ASCAP Pop Award winner Valerie Ghent, The Songwriter’s Beat features top up-and-coming songwriters. Each month four songwriters of varying musical styles perform original songs and are encouraged to try out their newest material and arrangements.

Founded in 2000 by Valerie Ghent, The Songwriter's Beat has presented over 200 (hailing from all over the globe: from the US, UK, Australia, South Africa and Japan!) and keeps growing!

The Songwriter's Beat welcomes songwriters from around the world, so when planning your trip to New York, allow time for The Songwriter's Beat!
 Cover $5   valghent.com

Thursday
Oct 19
6:00PM  PO' JAZZ
Golda Solomon, host

Mount Saint Vincent Students Dilcia Arroyo Kathleen Aguero Meg Kearney
Po' Jazz image
The medicine woman of jazz and spoken word with Meg Kearney and Kathleen Aguero (Pine Manor College MFA Program), College of Mount Saint Vincent Student Readers plus Dilcia Arroyo.

Admission 15$; Students with ID and Seniors 10$
 Cover $15 (includes one house drink)   www.goldajazz.com

8:30PM  GNU VOX: MELISSA STYLIANOU AND DEADRA HART
David Devoe, curator

Melissa Stylianou, Vocals;  Deadra Hart, Vocals;  Jamie Reynolds, Piano;  Chris Lightcap, Bass;  Fred Kennedy, Drums
Gnu Vox: Melissa Stylianou and Deadra Hart image
The sort of warm, open and secure singer for whom 'style' is a means not an end." - Mark Miller, The Globe and Mail
Originally from Toronto, Melissa now lives in New York City where she is quickly establishing herself as a formidable talent. Over the past 8 years, she has become one of the most in demand vocalists in Canada, playing regularly in the top jazz clubs and major jazz festivals. Melissa has independently produced 3 albums and has frequently been featured on the CBC. Her critically acclaimed recent album, "sliding down" consists of original pieces, arrangements of pop songs and jazz standards and features an incredible lineup of Canadian musicians including Kevin Breit, Alan Hetherington, Kim Ratcliffe, Rob Piltch and Jamie Reynolds.

Regarded by fellow jazz singers as “a dynamic improviser who interprets a lyric with sincerity and a beautiful sense of style,” Deadra Hart’s unique, crystal-clear voice breathes new life into music. This New York City –based vocalist has lived and performed all over the world, from Los Angeles to the Midwest and from Amsterdam to Ecuador. Deadra is an active performer, leading a jazz quartet that mixes traditional jazz elements with gorgeous, original melodies. Her debut album, Wherever I Go has already sold hundreds of copies and can be heard on jazz radio stations as far away as Indonesia and Australia. Deadra has recently been exploring her newfound passion for the songs of South America with her Latin jazz trio, Ligaçao. She has been praised by critics and musicians alike as “a woman who sings with sophistication” (Cincinnati Post) and “a superb musician with exquisite taste” (Paris Rutherford – Vocal Jazz Arranger).
 Cover $10   www.melissastylianou.com www.deadrahart.com
Friday
Oct 20
6:00PM  PINK PONY POETRY
Jackie Sheeler, host


Jackie Sheeler's open mic poetry series. Arrive before 6 pm to sign up. This week's feature is Lisa Gruenberger, new Manhattanite, longtime favorite.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
8:30PM  CAROLYNE MAS/VALERIE GHENT
Carolyne Mas Valerie Ghent
Carolyne Mas/Valerie Ghent image
Carolyne Mas brought the Songwriters Exchange to Cornelia Street in 1977. Songwriters met here every Monday night for five years in the course of which some five thousand new songs were born. Twelve of them appeared on the award- winning Stash album, CORNELIA STREET: THE SONGWRITERS EXCHANGE, which came out in 1980. It has just been re-released as a CD with 19 songs all recorded on the same day 27 years ago.

In the meantime Carolyne went on to a hugely successful recording and touring career. She became a rock star in Europe (Germany, in particular) and has a dozen albums to her credit. She now lives in Florida and is in New York to record her next album. We are delighted to welcome her back.

We are particularly delighted that she will be sharing the evening with Valerie Ghent, who almost six years ago started THE SONGWRITERS BEAT, which is many ways picks up where THE SONGWRITERS EXCHANGE left off.

Valerie Ghent, singer-songwriter and artist, producer, pianist, vocalist, music curator, recording engineer, photographer, nonprofit founder and director, community activist… the thread that runs through all the unstoppable energy of Valerie Ghent is music. Valerie released four CD’s on her record label, West Street Records; has run the uber-successful acoustic songwriter's night, The Songwriter's Beat, since she founded it in 2000; volunteered at the World Trade Center site for nine months after September 11th and most recently created the World Foundation for Music and Healing, a new organization dedicated to bringing music and creative self-expression to children and families affected by trauma and loss. In December, 2005, Valerie received the Betances Center’s Paul Ramos Award for Service to the Arts.

A native downtown New Yorker with a strikingly powerful voice, piano chops to match and "soul-stirring, uplifting songs full of vitality and joy", Valerie's performances have been described as "truly great and invigorating", "absolutely magnificent” and "an inspiration, Valerie is an unsung hero (who sings!!)".

As a solo performer or with her band Valerie electrifies her audience. As musician, singer and engineer Valerie has toured, recorded and/or shared the stage with some of the best performers and musicians in the industry: Ashford & Simpson, Debbie Harry, Iggy Pop, Roberta Flack, Dr. Maya Angelou, Billy Preston, Tears for Fears, The Ramones, Tom Tom Club, Felicia Collins (David Letterman) and more. Appearing with Val this evening at Cornelia Street is outstanding bassist, Booker King.


 Cover $10   carolynemas.com valghent.com

Saturday
Oct 21
6:00PM  GREEK-AMERICAN WRITERS ASSOCIATION
Dean Kostos, host


Robert Zaller and Douglas Light will be reading from & signing new books.
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)
9:00PM & 10:30PM  GNU VOX SPECIAL: FRANK CARLBERG QUINTET WITH CHRISTINE CORREA
David Devoe, curator

Frank Carlberg, Piano and Compositions;  Christine Correa, Vocals;  Chris Cheek, Tenor Saxophone;  Alexis Cuadrado, Bass;  Michael Sarin, Drums
GNU VOX  Special: Frank Carlberg Quintet with Christine Correa  image
The Frank Carlberg Quintet is dedicated to performing musical settings of poems by 20th century poets such as Robert Creeley, Anselm Hollo, Anna Akhmatova and Gertrude Stein.

This evening the quintet will perform the NY premiere of "The American Dream", a 12 part song cycle to poems by Robert Creeley. This work was commissioned by Chamber Music America and its New Works program which is made possible through the generosity of The Doris Duke Foundation.
 Cover $10   www.accuraterecords.com/carlberg
Sunday
Oct 22
6:00PM  EROTIC FICTION : DEEP INSIDE
Polly Frost, host

Erotic Fiction : Deep Inside image
Extreme erotic fantasies from Polly upcoming short story collection read by delicious actors.

Praise from RON JEREMY for DEEP INSIDE: "Dear Readers, I found this book difficult to read, because the blood kept leaving my brain and entering my penis... (it's called a boner). Very erotic stories you'll find here. If porn as we know it, is on the edge, then Polly Frost has leaped over it, with a double somersault and a twist. If I directed some of these fantasies, I'd either be the world's greatest adult film director... or I'd be in jail. Enjoy this. I certainly did. And if you'll excuse me, I'm looking for a female Serzan."
 Cover $6 (includes one house drink)

8:30PM  TONE COLLECTOR
Jeff Davis, drums;  Eivind Opsvik, bass;  Tony Malaby, tenor saxophone
Tone Collector image
Tone Collector is back at Cornelia, finishing an east coast tour.

"Malaby, Opsvik and Davis are deeply sympathetic partners, and their interaction often reaches the highest level of cohesion" - Jazz Times

"Without falling into the predictable game of cat and mouse, these three are capable of a varied and inspired set of improvisational call and response. Tone Collector is the sort of creative improvised music that stands out in the crowd."
- Cadence Magazine

www.jeffdavismusic.net
 Cover $8   www.eivindopsvik.com www.tonymalaby.com

Drum kit donated by
CANOPUS DRUMS, Japan

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Many spoken words events are free
There is always a one-drink minimum per set; times are door opening times