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September 2017 at the Stone 
curated by Craig Taborn / Mark Dresser / Julian Lage / Darius Jones

THE STONE AT THE NEW SCHOOL—55 WEST 13TH STREET
JOHN ZORN IMPROV NIGHTS—A STONE BENEFIT
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS SEPTEMBER 1-2 AT 830PM
FRIDAY SEPT 1—John Zorn (sax) Marty Ehrlich (sax) Ikue Mori (electronics) Joe Morris (guitar) Nels Cline (guitar) Erik Friedlander (cello) Jonathan Finlayson (trumpet) Jim Staley (trombone) Tomas Fujiwara (drums) and many special guests
SATURDAY SEPT 2—John Zorn (sax) Bill Frisell (guitar) Okkyung Lee (cello) Ikue Mori (electronics) Cyro Baptista (percussion) Uri Caine (piano) Tomas Fujiwara (drums) and many special guests

9/1 Friday (JASL)
8:30 pm
Trio-convulsant play music from "Sister Phantom Owl Fish"
Trevor Dunn (bass) Mary Halvorson (guitar) Ches Smith (drums)


9/2 Saturday (NBFM)
8:30 pm
Dunn/Seabrook/Nazary
Trevor Dunn (bass) Brandon Seabrook (guitar) Jason Nazary (drums)


9/3 Sunday (HW)
8:30 pm
ProofReaders play “Ornette On Tenor”
Trevor Dunn (bass) Anna Webber (tenor sax) Nate Wooley (trumpet) Ryan Sawyer (drums)


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
CRAIG TABORN
SEPT 5–10

9/5 Tuesday (RK)
8:30 pm
Kevin Hufnagel and Craig Taborn Duo
Kevin Hufnagel (electric guitar) Craig Taborn (electronics, organ)


9/6 Wednesday (NH)
8:30 pm
Ancients and Moderns
Mat Maneri (viola) Ben Gerstein (trombone) Ches Smith (percussion, drums) Craig Taborn (piano, electronics)


9/7 Thursday (SZ)
8:30 pm
Daylight Ghosts
Chris Speed (tenor sax, clarinet) Chris Lightcap (acoustic and electric basses) Dave King (acoustic, electronic drums) Craig Taborn (piano, organ, synthesizer)


THE STONE AT THE NEW SCHOOL—55 WEST 13TH STREET
FESTIVAL OF NEW TRUMPET
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS SEPTEMBER 8-9 AT 830PM
FRIDAY SEPT 8—High and Mighty Brass Band and Slavic Soul Party: The Festival opens on Friday, September 8, when curators Stephanie Richards and Gabe Medd present a night of Brass Bands with High and Mighty Brass Band and Slavic Soul Party that celebrates groove based brass band music from around the world. This program embraces music old and new.
SATURDAY SEPT 9—Multi trumpet celebration of our 15th season hosted by Dave Douglas with trumpeters Stephanie Richards, Jeremy Pelt, Nate Wooley, and David Adewumi with Brad Jones on bass and Gerald Cleaver on drums. Don’t miss. One time only special event.

9/8 Friday (ARNA)
8:30 pm
Music for Trio
Thomas Morgan (acoustic bass) Dan Weiss (drums) Craig Taborn (piano)


9/9 Saturday (RBHM)
8:30 pm
Music for Quintet
Chris Potter (tenor sax) Jonathan Finlayson (trumpet) Michael Formanek (acoustic bass) Dan Weiss (drums) Craig Taborn (piano, electronics)


9/10 Sunday (NB)
8:30 pm
Music for Solo Piano
Craig Taborn (piano)


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
MARK DRESSER
SEPT 12-17

9/12 Tuesday (JT)
8:30 pm
Mark Dresser 7
Nicole Mitchell (flutes) Marty Ehrlich (clarinets) David Morales Boroff (violin) Michael Dessen (trombone) Joshua White (piano) Jim Black (drums) Mark Dresser (bass, compositions)


9/13 Wednesday (HW)
8:30 pm
Craig Taborn, Peter Evans, Earl Howard, Mark Dresser
Craig Taborn (piano) Peter Evans (trumpet) Earl Howard (live electronics, sax) Mark Dresser (bass)


9/14 Thursday (FM)
8:30 pm
Deep Tones for Peace Bass Ensemble
Rufus Reid , Mark Helias, Linda Oh, Jorge Roedee, Ratzo Harris, Ken Filiano, Lisa Mezzacappa, Trevor Dunn, Dave Phillips, Thomas Helton (basses) Sarah Weaver (conductor) Mark Dresser (bass, composition)


THE STONE AT THE NEW SCHOOL—55 WEST 13TH STREET
URI CAINE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS SEPTEMBER 15-16 AT 830PM
FRIDAY SEPT 15—URI CAINE TRIO: Uri Caine (piano) Mark Helias (bass) Ben Perowsky (drums)
SATURDAY SEPT 16—DUO: Uri Caine (piano) Jonathan Finlayson (trumpet)

9/15 Friday (RKHW)
830 pm
Jane Ira Bloom, Denman Maroney, Michael Sarin, Mark Dresser
Jane Ira Bloom (soprano sax) Denman Maroney (piano) Michael Sarin (drums)
Mark Dresser (bass, compositions)


9/16 Saturday (NBHM)
830 pm
Mark Feldman, Sylvie Courvoisseur, Ned Rothenberg, Mark Dresser
Mark Feldman (violin) Sylvie Courvoisseur (piano) Ned Rothenber (reeds) Mark Dresser (bass)


9/17 Sunday (SK)
830 pm
Hafez Modirzadeh, Diane Moser, Vijay Anderson and Mark Dresser
Hafez Modirzadeh (reeds) Diane Moser (piano) Vijay Anderson (drums) Mark Dresser (bass)
Compositions by all the players.


9/18 Monday (AV)
830 pm
Sehnaoui/Sharp/Atoui/Chase/Coltun
Sharif Sehnaoui (guitar) Eliott Sharp (guitar) Jad Atoui (electronics) Brian Chase (drums) Michael Coltun (bass)
A rare improv set with Eliott Sharp, Jad Atoui, Brian Chase, Michael Coltun and Sharif Sehnaoui, virtuoso guitarist and founder of “Irtijal” the oldest music festival in Beirut.


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
JULIAN LAGE
SEPT 19-24

9/19 Tuesday (DT)
830 pm
Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge
Julian Lage (guitar) Chris Eldridge (guitar)


9/20 Wednesday (NH)
830 pm
SOLO
Julian Lage (guitar)


9/21 Thursday (HM)
830 pm
Julian Lage and Bill Frisell
Julian Lage (guitar) Bill Frisell (guitar)


THE STONE AT THE NEW SCHOOL—55 WEST 13TH STREET
NED ROTHENBERG
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS SEPTEMBER 22-23 AT 830PM
FRIDAY SEPT 22—Shakuhachi Summit with Riley Lee, Ralph Samuelson and Ned Rothenberg (shakuhachi flutes): including Rothenberg's compositions Arbor Vitae for shakuhachi and clarinet, Stand in Turn, for 1.8,2.4 and 2.7 shakuhachi trio and Cloud Hands, for 2.4 duo.
SATURDAY SEPT 23—Kazu Uchihashi (guitar, daxophone) Ami Yamasaki (vocals) Shoko Nagai (piano, accordion) Satoshi Takeishi (percussion) Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds)

9/22 Friday (SZFM)
830 pm
Julian Lage, Jorge Roeder and Dave King
Julian Lage (guitar) Jorge Roeder (bass) Dave King (drums)


9/23 Saturday (ISJD)
8:30 pm
Quartet with Scott Colley, Dave King, Chris Potter
Julian Lage (guitar) Scott Colley (bass) Dave King (drums) Chris Potter (sax)


9/24 Sunday (RK)
830 pm
Julian Lage and Steve Swallow
Julian Lage (guitar) Steve Swallow (bass)


9/25 Monday (NA)
830 pm
M2duO-20th anniversary
Machiko Ozawa (violin, composition) Makia Matsumura (piano, composition)
The M2duO is a duo of two Japanese girls who graduated from Juilliard and Tokyo Gei Dai and have a passion for tango music. This concert celebrates their 20 years in NYC!


THE STONE RESIDENCIES
DARIUS JONES
SEPT 26-OCT 1

9/26 Tuesday (NM)
830 pm
Duo
Darius Jones (alto sax) Kush Abadey (drums)


THE STONE COMMISSIONS
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27: KRIS DAVIS
In collaboration with National Sawdust The Stone presents a series of World Premieres the last Wednesday of every month through 2017.
Pianist Rory Cowal premiering 8 piano pieces for the Vernal Equinox—1. Calluna 2. Abelia 3. Vitex 4. Choisya 5. Nerium 6. Raphiolepis 7. Pieris 8. Photinia

Kris Davis Capricorn Climber with special guest Michael Nicolas—Michael Nicolas (cello) Mat Maneri (viola) Trevor Dunn (bass) Ingrid Laubrock (saxophone) Kris Davis (piano) Tom Rainey (drums)

7pm at National Sawdust in Williamsburg. For details check https://nationalsawdust.org/event/jazz-stone-commissioning-series/
TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS

9/27 Wednesday (NM)
830 pm
Darius Jones Trio
Darius Jones (alto sax) Dan Weiss (drums) Dezron Douglas (bass)


THE STONE AT RUSS AND DAUGHTERS CAFE!
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28: GUY KLUCEVSEK
ONE SET AT 8PM—ADMISSION FREE!
The Stone is proud to present music at Russ and Daughters Cafe at 127 Orchard Street the last Thursday of every month! Drop by for smoked fish, pickles and great music!

9/28 Thursday (RK)
830 pm
Darius Jones Quartet
Darius Jones (alto sax) Kush Abadey (drums) Dezron Douglas (bass) Kris Davis (piano)


THE STONE AT THE NEW SCHOOL—55 WEST 13TH STREET
MARY HALVORSON
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS SEPTEMBER 29-30 AT 830PM
FRIDAY SEPT 29—Thumbscrew plays originals: Mary Halvorson (guitar) Michael Formanek (bass) Tomas Fujiwara (drums)
SATURDAY SEPT 30—Thumbscrew plays standards: Mary Halvorson (guitar) Michael Formanek (bass) Tomas Fujiwara (drums)

9/29 Friday (ISSL)
830 pm
Darius Jones Quintet
Darius Jones (alto sax) Kush Abadey (drums) Dezron Douglas (bass) Kris Davis (piano) Charlie Looker (guitar)


9/30 Saturday (RBSL)
830 pm
Darius Jones Sextet
Darius Jones (alto sax) Kush Abadey (drums) Sean Conly (bass) Kris Davis (piano) Charlie Looker (guitar) Ben Gerstein (trombone)


 

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