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Pianist/composer Sunny Knable here. I’d love to be included in your calendar should you be so inclined — I’m giving my debut CD release concert of “American Variations” on Centaur Records on Thurs. Jan 26 at 8 pm, at Merkin Hall.
That music isn’t available yet — but you can hear some of my other music and read about the upcoming CD at sunnyknable.com.
Thanks for your time,
one of your 500 annoying emailers,
I can vouch for this guy. Very interesting composer and a hell of a pianist too.
thanks for visiting!
Nomads is a most beautiful, romantic atmosphere, moderately priced for the great fare, but they for the past year or so have an inspiring master playing Oud and Ney each Thursday and Friday evening. Truly wonderful experience which I’d like others to know about….
Meant to add, Nomad is a restaurant, with North African specialty, on Second Avenue between E 4th and 5th’s streets. Their website is: http://nomadrestaurant.com/media/nomad.html
Please consider this event for your calendar. Thank you!
Songwriter Deathmatch, Friday June 1, 8-10PM at Freddys Bar.
Four singer-songwriters play short, sweet sets of original rock, folk and Americana. With guests Katherine Etzel (Bobtown), Occasional Plague (John S. Hall & John Kruth) and Mark Humble (Voice Pazz & Jop Nominee). Hosted by Dave Keener (“Four Stars”— Daily News, PA).
21 and over only
627 5th Ave Between 17th and 18th Street, One Block from “Prospect Ave stop” R Train,
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11215
I was hoping you could add this gig to your listings. Thanks!!
Scotland night @ The Studio at Webster Hall, 6th April 2013
A night of original Scottish folk, pop and hip-hop.
Stanley Odd – http://www.stanleyodd.com
Breabach – http://www.breabach.com
Rachel Sermanni – http://www.rachelsermanni.net
Louis Abbott – http://www.admiralfallow.com
Saturday, April 6th 2013, 7.30pm
The Studio @ Webster Hall
125 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
Please consider the live performance of Asheville based Indie Folk Rock band, The Wilhelm Brothers.
@ The Path Cafe
131 Christopher St New York, NY 10014
On Monday August 26th, 8pm
The Wilhelm Brothers are travelling from Asheville, NC. Their music is infectious and insightful. Come out and show them NYC Love! :-)
Hello New York Music Daily,
My name is Dani, Social Media Coordinator for Tagine a Moroccan restaurant/entertainment venue located on 221 West 38th Street. We will be having a special world music performance this Saturday night January 25th by the hit Moroccan band Gnawa Bossou. Below is a description of the performers:
Gnawa Bossou featuring:
Said Damir- Sintir, lead vocals
Brahim Fribgane- cajon, backup vocals
Amino Belyamani- qraqeb, backup vocals
You can find more information about them here: http://gnawabossou.com/
The music is very traditional and beautiful. I`d like to personally invite you to this event. We will also be having a special bellydance performance by Sumaia Rubi , all the way from Argentina. This all starts at 9 pm.The cover charge only costs $10 which will come with one free drink. We would love to see you there. To view our delicious Moroccan menu or find out about upcoming events you can visit: http://www.taginedining.com. For all inquiries please contact Marisa at 646-373-6265 or you can reach her by email: email@example.com.
Hello! I have a really outstanding West African trio that plays live at my bar every Sunday night. Verlaine Bar & Lounge is located on the Lower East Side. The trip, called the Afro-Yorkers play a mix of Afro-Beat and “High Life” music from Nigeria and Ghana that was popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They also like to throw on some reggae bears depending on the crowd.
I would love to have the evening listed on your blog. Sundays, 2 sets. First set begins at 7:30. And they usually start on time. There is never a cover or a drink minimum. We have happy hour until 10 PM so it’s a good way to see an amazing group of guys play some uplifting African jams.
I have some recorded samples Adam there is a video teaser on our website http://www.verlainenyc.com
Contact me with any questions. 6468727434
Can i have a live music calendar this may?
I hope you can enter this announcement in your calendar:
The New York Composers Circle will present a concert of new music
on Tuesday, April 26 at 7:30 PM at Saint Peter’s Church, Citigroup Center, 619 Lexington Ave. in Manhattan. The concert will feature five world premieres, among them two unusual works: Scott D. Millers’s “Dutch Angle,” for violin, viola, cello, and bass clarinet, featuring the noted violinist Miranda Cuckson (“A brilliant young performer who plays daunting contemporary music with insight, honesty, and temperament”: Anthony Tommasini, “New York Times”), and a new work by the founder of the New York Composers Circle, Jacob E. Goodman, “Three Nudes,” for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet, and piano, musical descriptions of works by Picasso, Gérôme, and Manet, sung by mezzo-soprano Margaret O’Connell.
The three other premieres are Kevin McCarter’s “In Open Air,” for flute and piano, David Picton’s “Redwood Prelude and Fugue,” for organ, and Eugene Marlow’s “Agitation du Coeur,” for oboe, clarinet, violin, viola, and double bass.
Works by Nataliya Medvedovskaya (“Pantomimes,” for clarinet and piano – a New York premiere), Frank Retzel (“From Sapphire Cantos,” for organ), and Jennifer Griffith (“Audition,” for bass clarinet) will also be performed. In addition to Mss. Cuckson and O’Connell, the performers will include Michael Laderman, flute, Allen Blustine and Alexander Negrutsa, clarinet, Liam Kinson, bass clarinet, Virginia Chang Chien, oboe, Gregor Kitzis, violin, Daniel Panner and Kallie Ciechomski, viola, Chris Gross, cello, Troy Rinker, double bass, Craig Ketter and Nataliya Medvedovskaya, piano, and David Shuler, organ.
A cheese-and-wine reception will follow. Admission by contribution, with $20 suggested; students free.
My name is Alexander Dubovoy, and I am a jazz singer/pianist. I recently graduated from Yale University and am now centered out of Brooklyn. After founding and spearheading a student movement to start a jazz program at Yale (which the university recently did), I am starting a career as an artist in New York.
I have three exciting upcoming performances with a new trio project featuring Hans Bilger and Griffin Brown that I would hugely appreciate your help in advertising. They are:
– 8/18 11PM @ Club Bonafide
– 8/19 6PM @ Shrine
– 8/29 6PM @ the Cornelia St. Cafe
I am particularly excited about the 8/29 Cornelia St. Cafe performance, as it will feature pieces from my upcoming album *Portraits Drawn Without You*, which was recorded by 11-time Grammy-winner Jack Renner.
Thank you so much for your help and for supporting the New York music scene.
[website](www.alexanderdubovoy.com) | 650-796-7581
Terraza 7 Jam Session
hosted by John Yao and Peter Brendler
October 9, 2019
$7 Cover Charge
John Yao (Trombone), Zach Lapidus (Piano) Peter Brendler (Bass), Paul Wells (Drums).
House band plays a short set up front followed by open jam session. Come on by and bring your horn!
John Yao’s Triceratops CD Release Celebration at Terraza 7 Jam Session
hosted by John Yao and Peter Brendler
October 23, 2019
$7 Cover Charge
John Yao (Trombone), Billy Drewes (Alto/Soprano Sax), Jon Irabagon (Tenor Sax) Peter Brendler (Bass), Eric Halvorson (Drums).
Celebrating the release of John Yao’s Triceratops “How We Do” on See Tao Recordings coming out on October 18, 2019. Triceratops will play a set up from starting at 8pm and will be followed by an open jam session. Come on by and bring your horn!
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