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THE JAZZ COMPOSERS COLLECTIVE: FOURTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL @ JAZZ STANDARD, NYC

Discussion in 'News & PR' started by paul, Mar 23, 2004.


  1. paul

    paul Staff Member Founder Administrator

    Jul 20, 2000
    Texas
    THE JAZZ COMPOSERS COLLECTIVE<br>
    FOURTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL @ JAZZ STANDARD
    <p>JAZZ STANDARD, NYC<br>
    APRIL 13-18, 2004</p>
    <p>The Jazz Composers Collective will present its fourth annual Festival @ Jazz
    Standard (116 E. 27th Street, NYC) from Tuesday, April 13 through Sunday, April
    18. Since its formation in 1992, the Collective has distinguished itself as
    a unique, musician-run, New York City-based organization dedicated to fostering
    the development, performance and documentation of new works. Under the artistic
    direction of bassist Ben Allison, the Collective and the Jazz Standard are joining
    forces again to present a week-long series celebrating the wide range of musical
    expression created by Collective artists, the outgrowth of twelve years of collaboration.
    <br>
    The Festival will feature ensembles led by Collective composers-in-residence
    Ben Allison, Michael Blake, Frank Kimbrough, Ted Nash, and Ron Horton.</p>
     
  2. paul

    paul Staff Member Founder Administrator

    Jul 20, 2000
    Texas
    <p>Tickets: Mon-Thurs & Sun - $20; Fri & Sat - $25. For reservations,
    contact the Jazz Standard at 212-576-2232.</p>
    <p>TUESDAY, APRIL 13</p>
    <p>7:30 & 9:30pm - TED NASH & ODEON: Ted Nash (saxophones), Clark Gayton
    (trombone, tuba), Nathalie Bonin (violin), Bill Schimmel (accordion), Matt Wilson
    (drums)</p>
    <p>WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14</p>
    <p>7:30pm - RON HORTON QUINTET - CELEBRATING THE RELEASE OF SUBTEXTURES (Fresh
    Sound/New Talent): Ron Horton (trumpet), Tony Malaby (tenor saxophone), Frank
    Kimbrough (piano), Ben Allison (bass), Matt Wilson<br>
    (drums)</p>
    <p>9:30pm - MICHAEL BLAKE TRIO: Michael Blake (saxophones), Ben Allison (bass),
    Jeff Ballard (drums)</p>
    <p>THURSDAY, APRIL 15</p>
    <p>7:30 & 9:30pm - FRANK KIMBROUGH TRIO - CELEBRATING THE RELEASE OF LULLABLUEBYE
    (Palmetto Records): Frank Kimbrough (piano), Ben Allison (bass), Matt Wilson
    (drums)</p>
    <p>FRIDAY, APRIL 16</p>
    <p>7:30 & 9:30pm - BEN ALLISON & MEDICINE WHEEL - CELEBRATING THE RELEASE
    OF BUZZ (Palmetto Records): Ben Allison (bass), Ted Nash (saxophones), Michael
    Blake (saxophones), Clark Gayton (trombone), Michael Sarin (drums)</p>
    <p>11:30pm - LUCKY CHARMS: THE MUSIC OF LUCKY THOMPSON: Michael Blake (saxophones),
    Ted Nash (saxophones), Ron Horton (trumpet), Frank Kimbrough (piano), Ben Allison
    (bass), Ben Perowsky (drums)</p>
    <p>SATURDAY, APRIL 17</p>
    <p>7:30 & 9:30pm - MICHAEL BLAKE QUINTET: Michael Blake (saxophones), Steven
    Bernstein (trumpet), Bryan Carrot (vibraphone), Ben Allison (bass), Jeff Ballard
    (drums)</p>
    <p>11:30pm - LUCKY CHARMS: THE MUSIC OF LUCKY THOMPSON: Michael Blake (saxophones),
    Ted Nash (saxophones), Ron Horton (trumpet), Frank Kimbrough (piano), Ben Allison
    (bass), Ben Perowsky (drums) SUNDAY, APRIL 18</p>
    <p>7:30pm - BEN ALLISON's PEACE PIPE: Ben Allison (bass), Michael Blake (saxophones),
    Balla Tounkara (kora), Frank Kimbrough (piano), Michael Sarin (drums)</p>
    <p>9:30pm - TED NASH's STILL EVOLVED: Ted Nash (saxophones), Marcus Printup (trumpet),
    Frank Kimbrough (piano), Ben Allison (bass), Matt Wilson (drums)</p>
    <p>* * *</p>
    <p>THE JAZZ COMPOSERS COLLECTIVE: Established in 1992, the Jazz Composers Collective
    is a non-profit, musician-run organization dedicated to advancing the development
    and presentation of new music by forward-thinking composers. To date, the Collective
    has presented over 100 concerts featuring the works of 49 composers, the participation
    of over 175 musicians, and the premiere performances of more than 300 hundred
    compositions. For more info, visit:</p>
    <p><a href="http://WWW.JAZZCOLLECTIVE.COM">WWW.JAZZCOLLECTIVE.COM</a><br>
    <a href="http://WWW.BENALLISON.COM">WWW.BENALLISON.COM</a><br>
    <a href="http://WWW.MICHAELBLAKE.NET">WWW.MICHAELBLAKE.NET</a><br>
    <a href="http://WWW.FRANKKIMBROUGH.COM">WWW.FRANKKIMBROUGH.COM</a><br>
    <a href="http://WWW.TEDNASH.COM">WWW.TEDNASH.COM</a></p>