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ART ON THE WALLS

Photographs by Linda Zecchino

All art is for sale. Please inquire

Sunday
Jan 07
8:00PM  DAVY LAZAR'S
Davy Lazar, trumpet, comp.;  David Leon, alto sax;  Stephen Boegehold, drums;  tba, bass
Davy Lazar's   image

Davy Lazar's catalog of new quartet music, Birds of Augury, is a constantly evolving series of compositions modeled after scenes in a surrealist narrative he is writing to mirror emotional landmarks in his life. Utilizing a chordless instrumentation is vital to the harmonically orbital, guttural nature of this project. Pulling and molding from influences such as Bartok, Mingus, Ligeti, Feldman, and Roscoe Mitchell, Lazar aims to create a boundary-less totality of his voice as a composer and improviser. Textural explosions, chorale-like moments of solace, soaring melodies, powerful rhythmic hocketing & exploratory noise all comprise the mysterious and spacious sonic zone throughout "Birds of Augury"

Website: https://www.davylazar.com/   https://www.davylazar.com/

9:30PM  GAYA FELDHEIM SCHORR SEPTET
Gaya Feldheim Schorr, voice;  Davy Lazar, trumpet;  Blake Opper, tenor sax;  Tal Yahalom, guitar;  Micha Gilad, piano;  Almog Sharvit, bass;  Stephen Boegehold, drums
Gaya Feldheim Schorr Septet image

Born in the heart of Tel - Aviv, jazz musician and vocalist Gaya Feldheim- Schorr was introduced to music at home. Her mother, a multi-media artist, brought her up to be highly receptive to diversity and acquainted with a multitude of musical genres and eras, all coming to form the musical fiber of her artistic palate. Drawing from her vast repertoire and wide ranging skillset, Gaya is creating her own space in the shifting and unrelenting flow of the New York jazz scene. Through her unique tastes and her deft arranging skills, Gaya creates projects that both defy classification and celebrate great musical traditions. She takes on various musical matter from pieces she has felt connected to at different points in her life, spanning classical, jazz, singer songwriter, and indie rock, and reimagines them both through new orchestration, arrangement and improvisation. Her current project presents an arch surrounding a recurring theme of Benjamin Britten's choral work "A Ceremony of Carols", with jazz standards, Israeli folk, and contemporary songwriter pieces interspersed.

  www.gayafeldheimschorr.com

Monday
Jan 08
8:01PM  MICHAEL BLANCO QUARTET
Rich Perry, tenor sax;  Aaron Goldberg, piano;  Clarence Penn, drums;  Michael Blanco, bass
Michael Blanco Quartet image

Bassist and composer Michael Blanco returns to the Cornelia Street Cafe with an all-star line up of collaborators: veteran tenor saxophonist Rich Perry, pianist Aaron Goldberg and master drummer Clarence Penn. The quartet will be supporting their new album release Spirit Forward on Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records, and will be performing compositions praised by Jazz Times magazine for their "dusky, imploring quality, with catchy, insistent hooks and compelling harmonies".

"Sporting a rich, dark sound on the bass, Michael Blanco has been a highly sought-after talent since arriving in New York in 2000. A gifted bassist whose muscular lines are matched by lyrical upper register work on his solos, Michael particularly shines as a composer."--Seton Hawkins, Hot House Magazine

  www.blancobass.com/

Tuesday
Jan 09
8:00PM  VOXECSTATIC: KARI VAN DER KLOOT QUINTET
Deborah Latz, curator

Kari van der Kloot, voice;  Lisanne Tremblay, violin;  Jamie Reynolds, piano;  Gary Wang, bass;  Nathan Ellman-Bell, drums
Voxecstatic: Kari van der Kloot Quintet image

Canadian vocalist and composer Kari van der Kloot has a unique vocal sound that has been described as “ethereal” and “bell-like”. Her thoughtful compositions and arrangements show an intensely personal commitment to the lyrics and music: every word is felt deeply and honestly, and the music is intricate while leaving room for each band member to express themselves. Kari has performed throughout the United States, Canada and South Korea.

Kari's debut album “Seedling” was released in the fall of 2016.
  www.karivanderkloot.com

9:30PM  VOXECSTATIC: HISKE OOSTERWIJK QUARTET
Deborah Latz, curator

Hiske Oosterwijk, voice;  Misha Tsyganov, piano;  Boris Kozlov, bass;  Donald Edwards, drums;  special guest Ivan Baryshnikov, tenor sax
voxecstatic: HISKE OOSTERWIJK QUARTET image

‘Inhale a peaceful breeze, then exhale the love calm’

This is a sentence out of one of the lyrics Hiske Oosterwijk wrote to Alex Spipiagin’s music. It’s her vision towards singing. ‘I breathe in and every note and sound comes with love’. When she sings she wants to touch the audience, inspire them, entertain them. 
Hiske brings her quartet to Cornelia Street for a set of arrangements on jazz standards and original compositions.

Hiske Oosterwijk (1989) is a jazz vocalist, born and raised in Friesland, NL. She’s been working for several years with Alex Sipiagin in the New Path Quintet with whom she toured a lot around the world and released 2 albums, the third is on its way. Hiske also released her own album ‘Embraser Vivre Aimer’ in September 2016 with the band EVA with whom she won the 2017 Concours de la Chanson.

‘I’ve experienced a driven, very motivated and hardworking musician. Always eager to learn and grow to a higher musical level.’ – Alex Sipiagin

‘Hiske is voice-technically very strong and this appears in her performance and repertoire, where you can see a flexible and versatile vocalist.’ – Leeuwarder Courant
  www.hiskeoosterwijk.nl

Wednesday Jan 10
6:00PM  THE VICKI BURNS TRIO
Vicki Burns, vocals;  Art Hirahara, piano;  Sam Bevan, bass
The Vicki Burns Trio image

The Vicki Burns Trio featuring Art Hirahara on piano and Sam Bevan on bass returns to Cornelia Street Cafe!

The performance will feature rarely done standards and fresh original music in preparation for an upcoming recording later in 2018!

After making New York City her home in 2009, Vicki has performed at such venues as Birdland, The Iridium, The Metropolitan Room, Jazz at the Kitano, Zinc Bar, The Cupping Room Cafe, North Square and a three year long residency at the elegant Lexington Hotel. Known for her the beauty of her tone and her powerful 3 octave range, Vicki Burns brings her soulful interpretations of rarely done standards from the Great American Songbook and original music back to Cornelia Street Cafe with the duo of Art Hirahara on piano, and bassist Sam Bevan who is currently writing new arrangements for Vicki’s upcoming recording in late fall of 2018.

  www.vickiburnsjazz.com

Thursday
Jan 11
8:00PM  APAP FEST: GEORGE GARZONE/COLIN STRANAHAN DUO
George Garzone, tenor sax;  Colin Stranahan, drums

This is a new project for George, and Colin. The two have played together in many different situation. Through playing in these situation they have found there to be deep chemistry musically. Join as this duo plays publicly for the first time.

APAP Fest: George Garzone/Colin Stranahan Duo image
9:30PM  APAP FEST: STRANAHAN/ZALESKI/ROSATO
Glenn Zaleski, piano;  Rick Rosato, bass;  Colin Stranahan, drums
APAP Fest: Stranahan/Zaleski/Rosato  image

The leaderless trio will be back at Cornelia St. Cafe after a week long tour in the USA. Playing all new music in preparation for a new recording this summer. Since te release of their second album, Limitless, the three gentleman have become some of the most active players in NYC with support of the likes of Dr. Lonnie Smith, Billy Hart, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Jonathan Kreisberg, Gilad Hekselman, Ari Hoenig, Peter Bernstein. Come out and support this beautiful night of music!!

Friday
Jan 12
8:30PM  APAP FEST: YOTAM SILBERSTEIN QUARTET
Yotam Silberstein, guitar;  Sam Yahel, piano;  Matt Penman, bass;  Ofri Nehemya, drums
APAP Fest: Yotam Silberstein Quartet image

In between world tours, yotam silberstein and the band return to CSC with some exciting new music.

"Yotam Silberstein improvises in a cutting tone and writes heady original tunes that seem to tug the straight- ahead jazz tradition in new direction." -- NY times

  www.yotammusic.com

Saturday
Jan 13
8:35PM  APAP FEST: ANDREW RATHBUN QUINTET
Andrew Rathbun, saxophones;  Tim Hagans, trumpet;  Gary Versace, piano;  Jay Anderson, bass;  tba, drums

Join Andrew Rathbun as he returns to Cornelia Street Cafe with this stellar ensemble as they play compositions from Andrew’s last record, Numbers & Letters, as well as pieces from the just recorded new CD "Character Study."

This band has a “gritty-cool character” while exhibiting “super sophisticated playing” (Jazzwise). Rathbun’s compositions have been described as "lyrical, with great facility in developing complex moods” (Toronto Star).

"Andrew Rathbun, a crafty saxophonist and composer whose ambitious work over the past decade has eluded the wider recognition it deserves."--THE NEW YORKER

  http://www.andrewrathbun.com

APAP Fest: Andrew Rathbun Quintet image
Sunday
Jan 14
6:00PM  DESDEMONA: FANTASIES AND VISIONS
Adrianne Munden-Dixon, violin;  Carrie Frey, viola;  Julia Henderson, cello
Desdemona: Fantasies and Visions image

Desdemona is a flexible group dedicated to performing classical music of all eras. They return to the Cornelia Street Café in string trio form performing a program of Fantasies and Visions. Come enjoy the dulcet polyphony of Henry Purcell, Sofia Gubaidulina’s mystical characters, and a frolic through Luciano Berio's youthful Divertimento.

  www.facebook.com/DesdemonaQuartet/

Drum kit donated by
CANOPUS DRUMS, Japan

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