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April 2016 at the Stone 
curated by Meg Okura / Frank London / Andy Biskin / Ned Rothenberg / Scott Robinson

THE STONE RESIDENCIES
MEG OKURA
MAR 29–APR 3

4/1 Friday (NB)
8 pm
Sam Newsome Quartet
Sam Newsome (soprano sax) Shanir Blumenkrantz (bass) Meg Okura (violin) Reggie Nicholson (drums)

10 pm
Sam Sadigursky & Meg Okura Duo
Sam Sadigursky (clarinet, bass clarinet) Meg Okura (violin, erhu)
Music inspired by Hiroshima panels.


4/2 Saturday (NB)
8 pm
The Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble plays music of Ryuichi Sakamoto
Meg Okura (violin) Anne Drummond (flute) Jean-Michel Pilc (piano) Sam Sadigursky (bass clarinet) Or Bareket (bass) Satoshi Takeishi (percussion)

10 pm
The Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble plays Phraoh’s Daughter
Basya Schechter (vocal, oud) Meg Okura (violin) Anne Drummond (flute) Sam Sadigursky, Or Bareket (bass clarinet) Jean-Michel Pilc (piano) Satoshi Takeishi (percussion)


4/3 Sunday (RKMC)
3 pm
JOHN ZORN’S BAGATELLES: TYSHAWN SOREY AND CORY SMYTHE DUO
Cory Smythe (piano) Tyshawn Sorey (drums)
TWENTY DOLLARS

8 pm
Jean Michel Pilc, Sam Newsome & Meg Okura Trio + guests
Sam Newsime (soprano sax) Jean-Michel Pilc (piano) Meg Okura (violin)
A new trio of a Japanese Jew by choice violinist, a French Ashkenazi Guggenheim Fellow pianist, and soprano saxophone extraordinaire, playing genre bending improvisational music loosely based on Yiddish songs.

10 pm
Meg Okura and Friends with Strings Attached + guests
Meg Okura (violin, erhu) Sam Newsome (soprano sax) Christopher Hoffman (cello) Nick Russo (guitar)


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
FRANK LONDON
APR 5–APR 10

4/5 Tuesday (SK)
8 and 10 pm
Shekhina Big Band
Frank London, Ron Horton, Steve Gluzband, Pam Fleming, Rob Henke (trumpets) Matt Haviland, Brian Drye, Curtis Hasselbring, Jacob Garchik (trombones) Briggan Krauss, Lynn Ligammari, Matt Darriau, Greg Wall (saxes) Brandon Seabrook (guitar) Tyshawn Sorey (drums) Uri Sharlin (piano) Brian Glassman (bass)
The return of NY’s all-star downtown big band latin-jazz-klezmer-improvising musicians.


4/6 Wednesday (ICS)
8 pm
Art Ensemble of Chicago Tribute
Frank London (trumpet) Doug Wieselman (reeds) Peter Apfelbaum (reeds) Marcus Rojas (tuba) Newman Taylor Baker (drums) Hilliard Greene (bass)

10 pm
AEC Tribute—electric
Frank London (trumpet) Doug Wieselman (reeds) Peter Apfelbaum (reeds) Marcus Rojas (tuba) Newman Baker (drums) Hilliard Greene (bass) Eyal Maoz (guitar)


4/7 Thursday (ICS)
8 and 10 pm
Loisaida Sextet (dedicated to John Farris)
Frank London (trumpet) Marty Ehrlich, James Brandon Lewis (saxes) Anthony Coleman (piano) Brad Jones (bass) Newman Taylor Baker (drums)
Spiritual energy power love music from this new sextet.


4/8 Friday (AI)
8 pm
Salomé: Woman of Valor:
Frank London (trumpet) Adeena Karasick (poet) Deep Singh (percussion) Shai Bachar (keyboards)
Indian, Arabic, funk & contemporary grooves interact with Adeena Karasick’s post-post-modern textual de&re-construction of the story of history’s infamous beheader.

10 pm
Psychedelicatessen
Frank London (trumpet) Adeena Karasick, Kim Rancourt (spoken and shouted word) Deep Singh (percussion) Shai Bachar (keyboards) Yoni Halevy (drums) Brandon Seabrook (guitar) Vasko Dukovski (clarinet)


4/9 Saturday (BM)
8 pm
Frank London’s Klezmer Brass Allstars
Frank London (trumpet) Eleanor Reissa, Sarah Gordon (voices) Aaron Alexander (drums) Ron Caswell (tuba) Brian Drye (trombone) Brandon Seabrook (guitar, banjo) Michael Winograd (clarinet)

10 pm
Frank London’s Klezmer Brass Allstars with special guests Steven Bernstein, Paul Shapiro and more
Frank London (trumpet) Eleanor Reissa, Sarah Gordon (voices) Aaron Alexander (drums) Ron Caswell (tuba) Brian Drye (trombone) Brandon Seabrook (guitar & banjo) Michael Winograd (clarinet) with special guests Steven Bernstein, Paul Shapiro and more


A SPECIAL GUITAR BAGATELLES DOUBLE BILL!
LIBERTY ELLMAN AND DITHER
One set is TWENTY DOLLARS but stay see both for THIRTY DOLLARS!
BOTH SETS FOR THIRTY DOLLARS!
Liberty Ellman presents his remarkable solo recital at 3pm and DITHER returns with their fabulous arrangements for one, two and tree guitars at 430. See two of the most beautiful BAGATELLE ensembles in one exciting afternoon!

4/10 Sunday (VPBF)
3 pm
JOHN ZORN’S BAGATELLES: LIBERTY ELLMAN SOLO
Liberty Ellman (guitar)
TWENTY DOLLARS

4:30 pm
JOHN ZORN’S BAGATELLES: DITHER
Taylor Levine, Joshua Lopes, James Moore (guitars)
TWENTY DOLLARS

8 and 10 pm
Brooklyn Polyphony: David Bindman Sextet
David Bindman (sax) Frank London (trumpet) Royal Hartigan (drums) Wes Brown (bass) Jen Baker (trombone) Matan Rubinstein (piano)


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
ANDY BISKIN
APR 12–APR 17

4/12 Tuesday (HW)
8 pm
REED BASKET
Andy Biskin, Peter Hess, Mike McGinnis, Sam Sadigursky (clarinets)


4/13 Wednesday (AV)
8 pm
16 TONS (selections from the Alan Lomax songbook)
Andy Biskin (clarinet) John Carlson, Kenny Warren, Dave Smith (trumpets) Matt Wilson (drums)

10 pm
QUARTET
Andy Biskin (clarinet) Tony Malaby (sax) Kent McLagan (bass) Matt Wilson (drums)


4/14 Thursday (SK)
8 pm
IBID
Andy Biskin (clarinet) Ben Holmes (trumpet) Brian Drye (trombone) Jeff Davis (drums)


4/15 Friday (JB)
8 pm
DOGMENTAL BAND
Andy Biskin (clarinet) Ron Horton (trumpet) Brian Drye (trombone) Ben Allison (bass) Matt Wilson (drums)


4/16 Saturday (ICS)
8 pm
Andy Biskin, Nate Radley and Kent McLagan
Andy Biskin (clarinet) Nate Radley (guitar) Kent McLagan (bass)

10 pm
BILL LASWELL AND YAMAKI HIDEO DUO
Bill Laswell (bass) Yamaki Hideo (drums)
A RARE NY APPEARANCE BY YAMAKI HIDEO, ONE OF THE BUSIEST AND MOST ACCOMPLISHED DRUMMERS IN JAPAN! NOT TO BE MISSED. TWENTY DOLLARS.


NOTE SPECIAL START TIME—SIX PM SUNDAY APRIL 17!
JOHN ZORN’S BAGATELLES: BRIAN MARSELLA TRIO
Brian Marsella (piano) Trevor Dunn (bass) Kenny Wollesen (drums)
NOTE THE DIFFERENT START TIME—SIX PM—NOT THE USUAL 3PM!!! TWENTY DOLLARS

4/17 Sunday (JAIS)
6 pm
JOHN ZORN’S BAGATELLES: BRIAN MARSELLA TRIO
Brian Marsella (piano) Trevor Dunn (bass) Kenny Wollesen (drums)
NOTE THE DIFFERENT START TIME—SIX PM—NOT THE USUAL 3PM!!! TWENTY DOLLARS

8 pm
DUO
Andy Biskin (clarinet) Rob Schwimmer (piano)


4/18 Monday (VP)
8 pm
JOHN ZORN’S BAGATELLES: NOVA EXPRESS
John Medeski (piano) Kenny Wollesen (vibes) Scott Colley (bass) Nate Smith (drums)
TWENTY DOLLARS


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
NED ROTHENBERG
PRICING THIS WEEK ONLY: One set is FIFTEEN DOLLARS but stay and see both sets for TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS.
APR 19–APR 24

4/19 Tuesday (HM)
8 pm
Rothenberg Quintet for clarinet and strings
Ned Rothenberg (clarinet) Mivos Quartet: Olivia De Prato (violin) Joshua Modney (violin) Victor Lowrie (viola) Mariel Roberts (cello)

10 pm
Viewfinder for String quartet and NEW work for shakuhachi and string quartet
Rothenberg Quintet for clarinet and strings
Ned Rothenberg (clarinet, shakuhachi)
There will also be a world premier solo violin piece “Old Questions Anew” performed by Olivia De Prato.


4/20 Wednesday (AV)
8 pm
Ned Rothenberg and Uri Caine
Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds) Uri Caine (piano)

10 pm
Ned Rothenberg and Marc Ribot duo
Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds) Marc Ribot (guitar)


4/21 Thursday (HM)
8 and 10pm
Ned Rothenberg and Inner Diaspora
Mark Feldman (violin) Erik Friedlander (cello) Jerome Harris (acoustic guitar, acoustic bass guitar) Satoshi Takeishi (percussion) Ned Rothenberg (clarinet, bass clarinet, alto sax, shakuhachi)
TOTALLY DIFFERENT MUSIC PERFORMED AT EACH SET!


4/22 Friday (HM)
8 pm
Sylvie Courvoisier and Ned Rothenberg duo
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds)

10 pm
Nels Cline, Ikue Mori and Ned Rothenberg trio
Nels Cline (guitar) Ikue Mori (electronics) Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds)


4/23 Saturday (AI)
8 pm
David Tronzo, Marcus Rojas and Ned Rothenberg trio
David Tronzo (guitar) Marcus Rojas (tuba) Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds)

10 pm
Ned and the “Fly”
Steven Bernstein (trumpet) David Tronzo (guitar) Marcus Rojas (tuba) Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds)


4/24 Sunday (AVBF)
3 pm
JOHN ZORN’S BAGATELLES: TRIGGER
Will Greene (guitar) Simon Hanes (bass) Aaron Edgcomb (drums)
TWENTY DOLLARS

8 and 10pm
Ned Rothenberg’s Sync
Samir Chatterjee (tabla) Jerome Harris (acoustic guitar, acoustic bass guitar) Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds)
TOTALLY DIFFERENT MUSIC PERFORMED AT EACH SET!


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
SCOTT ROBINSON
APR 26–MAY 1

4/26 Tuesday (DDT)
8 pm
Sonic Solipsisms
Scott Robinson (solo C-melody sax, multi-instruments)

10 pm
Nucleus/Further Research
Scott Robinson (multi-instruments) Julian Thayer (bass, etc.)


4/27 Wednesday (ICS)
8 pm
Afar
Scott Robinson (multi-instruments) Frank Kimbrough (piano)

10 pm
Scott Robinson Birthday Mayhem!
Klaus Suonsaari (drums, perc.) Julian Thayer (bass) Frank Kimbrough (piano) plus surprise guests!


4/28 Thursday (HW)
8 pm
Creative Situations for 3 Mezzo Soprano Saxophones
Scott Robinson, Dave Pietro, Allen Won (mezzo soprano saxes) Kevin Norton (marimba)

10 pm
aRT
Pheeroan akLaff (drums) Scott Robinson (tenor & bass saxes, theremin, tenora) Julian Thayer (bass)


4/29 Friday (NB)
8 pm
Immensities for Large Instruments (Chamber Music Compositions by Scott Robinson)
Scott Robinson (bass & contrabass saxes, contrabass sarrusophone, bass flute, bass clarinet, bass tarogato etc.) Kevin Norton (bass marimba) Bohdan Hilash (bass & contrabass clarinets, bass sax) Marianne Gythfeldt (contrabass clarinet & basset horn) Les Scott (bassett horn) Gili Sharett (contrabassoon) Andrew Hadro (baritone sax) Dave Pietro (bass flute & tenor sax) Julian Thayer (bass drum) Sharon Robinson (flute, alto & bass flute, bass recorder) and others
TWENTY DOLLARS

10 pm
Down And Out
Scott Robinson (contrabass sax, sarrusophones) Tony Scherr (bass balalaika) Julian Thayer (string bass, bass banjo) Matt Wilson (drums, timpani etc.)


4/30 Saturday (JB)
8 pm
Scott Robinson's "Spacetette" featuring Marshall Allen
Scott Robinson (saxes, theremin, sonic laser actuator) Marshall Allen (alto sax, EVI) Kevin Norton (vibes, drums, perc.) Pat O'Leary (bass, cello, toys) Julian Thayer (bass, phono-fiddle)
TWENTY DOLLARS

10 pm
Heliosonic Toneways with Marshall Allen
Scott Robinson (tenor & alto sax, bass marimba, theremin, tuned bongos) Marshall Allen (alto sax, EVI, piano) Danny Thompson (baritone, fl.) Philip Harper (trumpet) Frank Lacy (trombone) Tim Newman (bass trombone) Marty Erlich (bass clarinet) Pat O'Leary, Julian Thayer (basses) Matt Wilson (drums & timpani
A celebration of Sun Ra's Heliocentric Worlds, featuring the bass marimba used on the original session! TWENTY DOLLARS


 

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