Amanda Monaco's Deathblow Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet Baptiste Trotignon Ben Allison Ben Williams & Sound Effect Bitches Brew Revisited Bobby Previte's New Bump Quartet Briggan Krauss' Trio Coordinate Chelsea Baratz Chris Dave Trio The Claudia Quintet w/ Gary Versace Darcy James Argue's Secret Society Dr. Lonnie Smith ELEW / Eric Lewis Elliott Sharp's Terraplane Emile Parisien Global Noize Gretchen Parlato Ibrahim Maalouf J.Viewz Jaleel Shaw Jamie Leonhart Jamie Saft's Whoopie Pie Jayme Stone presents Africa to Appalachia JD Allen Trio Jenny Scheinman & Jason Moran Jeremy Udden's Plainville Joel Harrison Sextet Ken Thomson's Slow/Fast Linda Oh Lionel Loueke Marco Benevento Mark Giuliana's Beat Music Mary Halvorson Matt Wilson Quartet Michael Bellar's As-Is Ensemble Mike Reed's People, Places & Things Nicholas Payton SeXXXtet Occidental Brothers Dance Band International Oran Etkin Peter Apfelbaum and the New York Hieroglyphics RAAQ (Rez Abbasi's Acoustic Quartet w/Bill Ware) The Randy Newman Project Rudder Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition Sachal Vasandani Somi Soul Cycle Todd Sickafoose Tiny Resistors Tyshawn Sorey: Koan Vijay Iyer Trio William Parker Quartet (just added) Zim Ngqawana (cancelled)
New York, December 14th, 2009 – Brice Rosenbloom of boomBOOM Presents is proud to announce the 2010 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST schedule. The festival is to be held on January 8th & 9th 2010 in New York City. This year the NYC Winter Jazzfest moves from Tribeca to the West Village, taking over three venues, (Le) Poisson Rouge, Kenny's Castaways and Zinc Bar on Friday January 8th, and five venues, (Le) Poisson Rouge, Kenny's Castaways, Zinc Bar, Sullivan Hall, and Bitter End on Saturday January 9th. This marks the sixth year of the annual Winter Jazzfest, and its continued mission to showcase top quality jazz and experimental music.
The 2010 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST will feature over 40 different jazz groups during the Arts Presenters (APAP) conference. Similar to past years the festival will provide an opportunity for artists to showcase in front of presenters, promoters, talent buyers, educators, musicians and avid fans. Over 5000 arts professionals will be in New York City for the annual Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) conference from January 8-12. As there will be hundreds of showcases scheduled throughout the weekend around the city both at the Hilton Hotel and in alternative venues, Winter Jazzfest offers APAP conference attendees, and the general public, the opportunity to experience the best of today's new live jazz and experimental music in club venue settings. Once famed as the focal point of New York City's rich jazz and live music scene, Bleecker Street and the Village provide for an ideal festival experience with jazz and experimental music groups performing all night at five of the neighborhood's esteemed venues within close proximity of eachother. On this night the 2010 NYC Winter Jazzfest will continue to redeem the rich jazz heritage of the Village and again will bring jazz fans back to Bleecker Street. The 2010 NYC Jazzfest includes over 40 of today’s most interesting jazz groups from New York, Brooklyn, New Orleans, Chicago, South Africa, Canada, France, and more.
Currently new jazz groups are under represented, yet they are culturally essential to the continued development and future of jazz and the cultivation of new audiences for jazz. Jazz artists need support and exposure to the significant institutional booking forum that the Arts Presenters conferences represent. Winter Jazzfest is pleased to offer a forum for presenters and music enthusiasts to experience and support the future of jazz. The 2010 Winter Jazzfest appreciates generous support from The cultural Services of the French Embassy.
The 2010 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST will feature two showcases on Friday January 8th with guest curators Meghan Stabile of Revive Da Live and Adam Schatz of Search & Restore. In line with the mission of Winter Jazzfest, Stabile and Schatz have invigorated NYC's jazz scenes in their own ways by promoting and supporting young and deserving new jazz artists while bringing increasingly growing audiences to the music. Kenny's Castaways will stage the Search & Restore showcase while Zinc Bar will house the Revive Da Live showcase.
WBGO's Josh Jackson, host of The Checkout, will present artists at Le Poisson Rouge. Listen to a preview of 2010 Winter Jazz Fest on The Checkout, Tuesday, December 28th at 6:30pm and online at www.checkoutjazz.org.
The 2010 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST welcomes all Arts Presenter conference badge-holders to RSVP and reserve a single Full-Festival Pass to the 2010 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, RSVP required. Only 2010 APAP Conference attendees are able to RSVP.
Single-Day Festival Passes are available to the General Public for $25. Two-Day Full-Festival Passes are available to the General Public for $30.
2010 NYC Winter Jazzfest Schedule
- Friday January 8th -
LPR 6:20pm Darcy James Argue's Secret Society Wind Section: Erica vonKleist / Rob Wilkerson / Sam Sadigursky / Seneca Black / Josh Sinton Trumpet Section: Seneca Black / Tom Goehring / Matt Holman / Nadje Noorhuis /Ingrid Jensen Trombone Section: Mike Fahie / Alan Ferber / James Hirschfeld / Jennifer Wharton Rhythm Section: Sebastian Noelle, guitar / TBD, piano / Matt Clohesy, bass / Jon Wikan, drums 7:20pm Jamie Leonhart Jamie Leonhart, vocals / Michael Leonhart, piano & trumpet / Gary Wang, acoustic bass / TBA, drums / TBA, horns and reeds 8:20pm ELEW / Eric Lewis solo 9:20pm Nicholas Payton SeXXXtet Nicholas Payton, trumpet and vocals / Taylor Eigsti, piano/rhodes / Vicente Archer, bass / Marcus Gilmore, drums / Daniel Sadownick, percussion
KENNYS CASTAWAYS Search & Restore showcase 6:40pm Joel Harrison Sextet Joel Harrison, acoustic guitar / Donny McCaslin, sax / Christian Howes, violin / Dan Tepfer, keys / Stephan Crump, bass / Ted Poor, drums / Johnaye Kendrick, vocals 7:40pm Briggan Krauss' Trio Coordinate Briggan Krauss, saxophone / Kenny Wollesen, drums / Skuli Sverrisson, bass 8:40pm Jeremy Udden's Plainville Jeremy Udden, saxophones / Brandon Seabrook, banjo and guitar / Pete Rende, pump organ and Fender Rhodes / Eivind Opsvik, bass / RJ Miller, drums 9:40pm Matt Wilson Quartet Matt Wilson, drums / Jeff Lederer, tenor & soprano saxophone, clarinet / Kirk Knuffke, trumpet / Chris Lightcap, bass 10:40pm Bobby Previte's New Bump Quartet Ellery Eskelin, tenor saxophone / Bill Ware, vibraphone / Brad Jones, bass / Bobby Previte, drums 11:40pm Mark Guiliana's Beat Music Mark Guiliana, drums / Jason Fraticelli, electric bass / Aaron Dugan, guitar / Nir Felder, guitar 12:40am Jamie Saft's Whoopie Pie Bill McHenry, saxophone / Jamie Saft, bass and keys / Mike Pride, drums 1:40am Peter Apfelbaum and the New York Hieroglyphics Peter Apfelbaum, saxophone, piano, percussion / Peck Allmond, trumpet, reeds / Jessica Jones, saxophone / Tony Jones, saxophone / Josh Roseman, trombone / Natalie Cressman, trombone / Charlie Burnham, violin / Dave Phelps, guitar / Viva DeConcini, guitar / Patrice Blanchard, bass / Dafnis Prieto, drums
ZINC BAR REVIVE MUSIC GROUP / Revive Da Live showcase 6:00pm Soul Cycle Jesse Fischer, keyboards / Louis Fouché, alto sax / Josh David, bass / Corey Rawls, drums / Shawn Banks, percussion 7:00pm Ben Williams & Sound Effect Ben Williams, trumpet / Jamire Williams, drums / Jaleel Shaw, alto saxophone / Dave Bryant, piano 8:00pm Chelsea Baratz Quartet Chelsea Baratz, saxophone / Orrin Evans, Piano / John Davis, Drums / Corey Wilkes, trumpet 9:00pm Jaleel Shaw Quartet Jaleel Shaw, saxophone / Ben Williams, bass / Johnathan Blake, drums / Aaron Goldberg, piano
- Saturday January 9th -
LPR 7:00pm Ben Allison Jenny Scheinman, violin / Shane Endsley, trumpet / Steve Cardenas, guitar / Ben Allison, bass / Rudy Royston, drums 8:00pm Occidental Brothers Dance Band International Nathaniel Braddock, guitar / Josh Ramos, bass / Greg Ward, alto saxophone / Makaya McRaven, drums / Samba Mapangala, vocals 9:00pm Jenny Scheinman & Jason Moran Jenny Scheinman, violin / Jason Moran, piano 10:00pm Lionel Loueke Lionel Loueke, guitar and vocals / Massimo Biolcati, bass / Ferenc Nemeth, drums 11:00pm Vijay Iyer Trio Vijay Iyer, piano / Marcus Gilmore, drums / Stephan Crump, acoustic bass 12:00am Bitches Brew Revisited Graham Haynes, coronet / James Blood Ulmer, guitar / Marco Benevento, keys / DJ Logic, turntables & samples / Antoine Roney, bass clarinet & saxophone / Lonnie Plaxico, bass / Cindy Blackman, drums / Adam Rudolph, percussion 1:00am Marco Benevento Trio Marco Benevento, piano / Reed Mathis, bass / Andrew Barr, drums 2:00am J.Viewz Jonathan Dagan, Turntables, guitar / Noa Lembersky, Vocals / Urijah, Trumpet, guitar, vocals / Eran Asia, Drums / Alon Leventon, Keyboards
SULLIVAN HALL 7:30pm Gretchen Parlato Gretchen Parlato, vocals / Taylor Eigsti, piano / Alan Hampton, bass / Kendrick Scott, drums 8:30pm Sachal Vasandani Sachal Vasandani, vocals / Jeb Patton, piano / Quincy Davis, drums / David Wong, bass 9:30pm Dr. Lonnie Smith Lonnie Smith, the b3 organ / Jamire Williams, drums / Jonathan Kreisberg, guitar 10:30pm Zim Ngqawana* Zim Ngqawana, saxophone and flute / Matthew Shipp, piano / William Parker, bass / Nasheet Waits on drums. * Replaced by William Parker Quartet featuring Hamid Drake, Rob Brown, Lewis Barnes 11:30pm Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet Ambrose Akinmusire, trumpet / Walter Smith III, tenor sax / Taylor Eigsti, piano / Harish Raghavna, bass /Justin Brown, drums 12:30am Chris Dave Trio Chris Dave, drums / Kebbi Williams, tenor saxophone / Derrick Hodge, bass 1:30am Global Noize Jason Miles, keys / DJ Logic / Falu, vocals / Adam Deitch, drums / Will Bernard, guitar / Casey Benjamin, saxophone / bass TBD 2:30am DJ Logic
KENNYS CASTAWAYS 6:15pm Oran Etkin Oran Etkin, clarinet, bass-clarinet, saxophone / Balla Kouyate, balafon / Makane Kouyate, clabash, djembe and vocals / Joe Sanders, bass 7:15pm RAAQ (Rez Abbasi's Acoustic Quartet w/Bill Ware) Rez Abbasi, acoustic guitar / Bill Ware, vibraphone / Stephan Crump, acoustic bass / Eric McPherson, drums 8:15pm Linda Oh Linda Oh, bass / Adam Niewood, saxophone / Greg Ritchie, drums / Fabian Almazan, keys and samples 9:15pm JD Allen Trio JD Allen, tenor saxophone / Gregg August, bass / Rudy Royston, drums 10:15pm Mike Reed's People, Places and Things Greg Ward, alto saxophone / Tim Haldeman, tenor saxophone / Jason Roebke, bass / Mike Reed, drums 11:15pm Ken Thomson Slow/Fast Ken Thomson, bass clarinet, alto saxophone, and compositions / Russ Johnson, trumpet / Nir Felder, guitar / Adam Armstrong, bass / John Hollenbeck, drums 12:15pm Mary Halvorson Mary Halvorson, guitar / John Hebert, bass / Tomas Fujiwara, drums 1:15am Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition Rudresh Mahanthappa, alto saxophone / Rez Abbasi, guitar / Dan Weiss, tabla and drums 2:15am Tyshawn Sorrey: Koan Tyshawn Sorey, drums/percussion/compositions / Todd Neufeld, nylon string guitar / Chris Tordini, acoustic bass, nylon string guitar
BITTER END 5:45pm JazzReach Presents: Metta Quintet: Big Drum/Small World Personnel TBA 6:45pm Baptiste Trotignon Baptiste Trotignon, piano / Eric Harland, drums / Matt Penman, bass 7:45pm Amanda Monaco's Deathblow Amanda Monaco, guitar, compositions / Michael Attias, alto and baritone saxophones / Sean Conly, bass / Satoshi Takeishi, drums 8:45pm Elliott Sharp's Terraplane Elliott Sharp, guitar and tenor saxophone / Eric Mingus, vocals / Reut Regev, trombone / Alex Harding, baritone saxophone / Dave Hofstra, bass / John McKenzie, drums 9:45pm The Claudia Quintet with Gary Versace John Hollenbeck, drums / Ted Reichman, accordion / Chris Speed, reeds / Matt Moran, vibraphone / Trevor Dunn, bass / guest: Gary Versace, piano 10:45pm Rudder Chris Cheek, saxophone / Henry Hey, keys / Tim Lefebvre, bass / Keith Carlock, drums 11:45pm Todd Sickafoose Tiny Resistors John Ellis, clarinet & tenor saxophone / Alan Ferber, trombone / Steve Cardenas, guitar / Mike Gamble, guitar / Rudy Royston, drums and percussion / Todd Sickafoose, bass / Jenny Scheinman, violin 12:45am Michael Bellar's As-Is Ensemble Michael Bellar, keys / Rob Jost, bass / Brad Wentworth, drums / Brook Martinez, percussion 1:45am The Randy Newman Project Mark Soskin, piano / Roseanna Vitro, vocals / Dean Johnson, vocals / Sara Caswell, violin / Steve Cardenas, guitar
ZINC BAR 6:00pm Emile Parisien Julien Touéry, piano / Ivan Gélugne, bass / Sylvain Darrifourcq, drums / Emile Parisien, saxophone 7:00pm Jayme Stone presents Africa to Appalachia Jayme Stone, banjo / Yacouba Sissoko, kora and vocals / Mike Barnett, fiddle / Brandi Disterheft, bass / Nick Fraser, percussion 8:00pm Ibrahim Maalouf Ibrahim Maalouf, trumpet / Eric Groleau, drums / Franck Woeste, keys / Nenad Gajin, guitar / Benjamin Molinaro, bass 9:00pm Somi Somi, vocals / Michael Olatuja, bass / Toru Dodo, piano / David Gilmore, guitar / Steve Belvilus, drums
REVIVE MUSIC GROUP / Revive Da Live showcase Since 2006, Revive Music Group has been presenting as series of conceptual concert events called REVIVE DA LIVE that specialize in illuminating the historical influence and relevancy of Jazz with today's popular music. In the past year Revive Music Group has produced events like, Hip Hop 1942 w/Phonte of Little Brother, Hip Hop 1953 w/Pete Rock and Robert Glasper's Album Release. Revive Music Group is planning many events in the near future inspiring the education of music, the influence of Jazz and the future of Hip Hop.
Search and Restore Search and Restore is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining, expanding and exploding live jazz in New York City, among younger and larger audiences. Beginning with a monthly series at the Knitting Factory, the organization launched SearchAndRestore.com in 2008 as New York City’s only online resource for live jazz, combining every venue’s calendar into one easy to navigate database, and presenting live reviews and interviews as well with the likes of Wayne Krantz, Chico Hamilton, Charlie Hunter and Dan Weiss. Search and Restore is constantly assembling double and triple bills in Manhattan and Brooklyn gauged to blow minds and steal hearts, and will continue to do so until the end of time. Operations are run by Adam Schatz and James Donahue, but there is a growing team of bright brains working with them as well to bring the music further to as many ears as possible.
For more information spend time at www.winterjazzfest.com
Five West Village Venues: (Le) Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street Sullivan Hall, 214 Sullivan Street Kenny's Castaways, 157 Bleecker Street Bitter End, 147 Bleecker Street Zinc Bar, 82 West 3rd Street
Tickets & Information: www.winterjazzfest.com
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