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July 2014 at the Stone 
curated by Geri Allen / Louie Belogenis / Eyal Maoz / Billy Martin / Tyshawn Sorey

THE STONE RESIDENCIES
GERI ALLEN
JULY 1—6

7/1 Tuesday (RJP)
8 and 10 pm
Terri Lynn Carrington, Linda Oh, Geri Allen
Terri Lynn Carrington (drums) Geri Allen (piano) Linda Oh (bass)


7/2 Wednesday (BK)
8 and 10 pm
Romero Lubambo, Linda Oh and Geri Allen
Romero Lubambo (guitar) Geri Allen (piano) Linda Oh (bass)


7/3 Thursday (DDT)
8 pm
Nicole Mitchell, Peeroan AkLaff and Geri Allen
Nicole Mitchell (flute) Pheeroan AkLaff (drums) Geri Allen (piano)

10 pm
Nicole Mitchell, Peeroan AkLaff and Geri Allen
Nicole Mitchell (flute) Pheeroan AkLaff (drums) Geri Allen (piano) Henry Grimes (bass)


7/4 Friday (NY)
8 and 10 pm
Geri Allen & Friends
Geri Allen (piano) Linda Oh (bass) and special guests


7/5 Saturday (KM)
8 and 10 pm
Tia Fuller, Linda Oh and Geri Allen
Tia Fuller (sax) Linda Oh (bass) Geri Allen (piano)


7/6 Sunday (HM)
8 pm
Geri Allen and Laurie Anderson
Geri Allen (piano) Laurie Anderson (violin, electronics)


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
A TRIBUTE TO ROY CAMPBELL
This week was originally saved for Roy Campbell, and now features a week of Roy's friends and collaborators who will perform set in tribute to this great NY trumpet legend. Curated by Louis Belogenis
JULY 8—13

7/8 Tuesday (JR)
8 pm
Andy Bemkey Trio
Andy Bemkey (piano) Chris Sullivan (bass) Newman Taylor Baker (drums)

10 pm
Daniel Carter and friends
Matt Lavelle (winds) Andrew Lamb, Ras Moshe (saxes) William Parker (bass) Charles Downs (drums) Daniel Carter (winds)


7/9 Wednesday (RJP)
8 pm
Ehran Elisha's Kinetic Music
David Bindman (tenor sax) Sam Bardfeld (violin) Bill Lowe (bass trombone, tuba) Haim Elisha (piano) Ken Filiano (bass) Ehran Elisha (drums)

10 pm
Elegy for Roy
Will Connell (alto sax, bass clarinet, flute) Steve Swell (trombone) Max Johnson (bass) Jeremy Carlstedt (drums)


7/10 Thursday (ICS)
8 pm
Rob Brown 4tet
Kenny Warren (trumpet) Peter Binenc (bass) Juan P. Carletti (drums) Rob Brown (alto sax)

10 pm
William Hooker Duo with Ted Daniel
William Hooker (drums) Ted Daniel (trumpet)


7/11 Friday (TY)
8 and 10 pm
BBMQ
Connie Crothers (piano) Louie Belogenis (saxes) Ken Filiano (bass) Michael Wimberly (drums)


7/12 Saturday (SC)
8 pm
Taylor Ho Bynum Duo
Taylor Ho Bynum (trumpet) Tomas Fujiwara (drums)

10 pm
Nu Band
Taylor Ho Bynum (trumpet) Mark Whitecage (alto sax, clarinet) Joe Fonda (bass) Lou Grassi (drums)


7/13 Sunday (JA)
8 pm
JOHN ZORN IMPROV NIGHT—A Stone Benefit
John Zorn (sax) Louie Belogenis (sax) Ikue Mori (electronics) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Anthony Coleman (piano) Jeremiah Cymerman (clarinet) Shanir Blumenkranz (bass) Ned Rothenberg (sax) and special guests
A rare evening of improvisation Stone-style featuring an all-star lineup. All proceeds go to help pay our expenses so come on down and support The Stone! TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
EYAL MAOZ
JULY 15—20

7/15 Tuesday (ICS)
8 pm
THE X - MODERN CLASSICAL WORKS
Esther Noh (violin) Melissa Tong (violin) Stephanie Griffin (viola) Jeremy Herman (cello) Brian Marsella (piano) Eyal Maoz (guitar)
The X is a unique electric guitar extravaganza with a traditional string quartet sonic. Eyal’s string quartet composition Boded has won the Orchestra of Our Time Open Score Project in New York. Brian Marsella will debut two piano pieces by Maoz. One is inspired by the movie The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich; the other inspired by a circle.

10 pm
EYAL MAOZ’S CRAZY SLAVIC BAND
Jay Rozen (tuba) Chris Stromquist (drums) Eyal Maoz (guitar) Frank London (trumpet and horn) Rob Henke (trumpet and horn) John Carlson (trumpet and horn) Briggan Krauss (saxophone)
Original music inspired by the newest contemporary Slavic composers.


7/16 Wednesday (DDT)
8 and 10 pm
Eyal Maoz Dimyon
Tanya Kalmanovich (viola) Eyal Maoz (acoustic guitar) Shanir Blumenkranz (acoustic bass) Mathias Kunzli (percussion) Satoshi Takeishi (percussion)
Wonderfully realized, Dimyon is an exciting fuse of Maoz’s unique musical voice with an array of genres such as modern Jewish-Middle Eastern, classical, jazz and avant-garde music. A Jewish acoustic project, Dimyon has earned critical acclaim in Israel. If one has to define influential figures for Dimyon, John Zorn's Acoustic Masada and Frank Zappa would make the list.


7/17 Thursday (SC)
8 pm
The Collapse Guitar Quartet
Yoshie Fruchter, Ty Citerman, Jonathan Goldberger, Eyal Maoz (guitars)
The Collapse Guitar Quartet offers first-rate repertoire ranging from jazz, ethnic and pop style compositions to highly imaginative contemporary works. This dynamic and wide-ranging synthesis features music arranged and composed by the CGQ members.

10 pm
9 VOLT WITH TIM BERNE
Rick Parker (trombone, effects) Eyal Maoz (guitar, effects) Yoni Halevi (drums) Tim Berne (sax)
An avant-garde, jazz-based trio (joined by the iconic saxophonist Tim Berne who is featured as a guest in their debut album as well), 9 Volt is comprised of New York's brightest underground jazz players. 9 Volt derives its unique sound from Parkerʼs use of electronics with the trombone combined with Maozʼs unique approach to guitar and effects. Their compositions are born from a synthesis of electronic experimental, rock, jazz and neoclassical minimalism. The band is held together by Israeli born drummer Yonadav Halevy who is highly regarded in both funk/hip hop as well as jazz circles.


7/18 Friday (AV)
8 and 10 pm
Eyal Maoz’ Edom
Brian Marsella (keyboards) Shanir Blumenkranz (bass) Yuval Lion (drums) Eyal Maoz (guitar)
Featuring Eyal Maoz’s notorious one-of-a-kind approach to composition, and produced by the magic ears of Shanir Blumenkranz, Edom brings us into the much-too-rarely visited junction of instrumental pop, jazz and avant-garde. A unique synthesis of Jewish music, New Wave, electronic, and disco.


7/19 Saturday (JI)
8 pm
1895
Kermit Driscoll (bass) Shawn Baltazor (drums) Eyal Maoz (guitar)
Eyal Maoz’s film project, 1895 (the year the first movie was ever projected in the world), is presenting music composed for Yoram Porath's documentary Keepers of Eden (winner of the Avignon / New York Film Festival), and music inspired by video art works by Deborah Johnson, Benton C Bainbridge, Graeme Patterson and Tracey McGuirl.

10 pm
ABRAXAS plays JOHN ZORN
Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (gimbri) Yoshie Fruchter (guitar) Kenny Grohowski (drums) Eyal Maoz (guitar)
Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz steps out on his own to make one of the most primal and tribal installments in the Book of Angels series. Drawing on his Sephardic roots, Shanir plays gimbri throughout, giving the music a primeval Moroccan edge. Featuring the intense guitar pyrotechnics of Eyal Maoz, Aram Bajakian and Yoshie Fruchter and the atavistic drumming of Kenny Grohowski, this is Ritualistic Jewish Rock for the 21st century by a brilliant young lion from the East Village via Brooklyn/Israel!


7/20 Sunday (JR)
8 pm
LMN TRIO
Shoko Nagai (keyboards) Lukas LIgeti (drums, electronics) Eyal Maoz (guitar)
Improvised music and sounds by three of the best improvisers of the downtown scene.

10 pm
HYPERCOLOR
Lukas LIgeti (drums) James Ilgenfritz (bass) Eyal Maoz (guitar)
Previewing their upcoming debut CD on Tzadik (TBR 09/14), this strangely marvelous rock-spastic-jazz band features composition by all three members. NYC-based Hypercolor’s ridiculous artsong craftsmanship alternately revels in complexity or brazen simplicity, favoring entropy and near-disaster over order or tidiness. Like experimental grafting surgery gone horribly awry, Hypercolor bears limbs borrowed from 80s NYC No-Wave, and early jazz/rock, and orchestral rock textures.


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
BILLY MARTIN
JULY 22—27

7/22 Tuesday (AV)
8 pm
Percussion Duets
Calvin Weston, Billy Martin (drums, percussion)

10 pm
Chris Cochrane, Calvin Weston, Billy Martin
Chris Cochrane (guitar) Calvin Weston, Billy Martin (drums, percussion)


7/23 Wednesday (BLG)
8 pm
Fang Percussionists — A Multisensory evening
David Freeman, Steve Honoshowsky, Ronald Stockwell (percussion) Billy Martin (percussion, projections) Phaedra Martin (perfumer)
STRIDULATIONS

10 pm
Fang Percussionists — A Multisensory evening
David Freeman, Steve Honoshowsky, Ronald Stockwell (percussion) Billy Martin (percussion, projections) Phaedra Martin (perfumer)
Yoruban Game.


7/24 Thursday (SV)
8 and 10 pm
Wicked Knee
Steven Bernstein (trumpets) Curtis Fowlkes (trombone) Marcus Rojas (tuba) Billy Martin (drums)


7/25 Friday (ICS)
8 pm
Omnispheres
Billy Martin (drums, percussion)

10 pm
Omnispheres
Billy Martin (percussion, videos) Paul Ward (electronics)


7/26 Saturday (RK)
8 pm
Sirius Quartet
8pm Sirius Quartet
Ronald Lawrence (viola) Fung Chern Hwei (violin) Jeremy Harman (cello) Billy Martin (percussion, drums)

10 pm
Drop the Needle
Billy Martin (drums, percussion, laptop) Scott Harding (electronics)


7/27 Sunday (SV)
8 and 10 pm
Drummingbirds
Rakalam Bob Moses (drums, percussion, voice) Cyro Baptista (percussion, voice) Billy Martin (drums, percussion, video)


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
TYSHAWN SOREY
JULY 29—AUG 3

7/29 Tuesday (KR)
8 pm
Marilyn Crispell and Tyshawn Sorey
Marilyn Crispell (piano) Tyshawn Sorey (drums)
TWENTY DOLLARS

10 pm
Marilyn Crispell trio
Marilyn Crispell (piano) Mark Helias (bass) Tyshawn Sorey (drums)
TWENTY DOLLARS


7/30 Wednesday (HM)
8 pm
Koan Trio
Todd Neufeld (guitar) Tyshawn Sorey (drums, compositions) Thomas Morgan (bass)

10 pm
Matt Mitchell and Tyshawn Sorey
Matt Mitchell (piano, compositions) Tyshawn Sorey (drums, compositions)


7/31 Thursday (HM)
8 pm
Second Meeting
Dave Burrell (piano) Henry Grimes (bass, poetry) Tyshawn Sorey (drums)
TWENTY DOLLARS

10 pm
Button Trio
Stephen Haynes (cornet, flugelhorn, little instruments) Joe mMrris (guitar, bass) Tyshawn Sorey (drums, trombone)
TEWNTY DOLLARS


 

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