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Wolfgang Schalk Qt (Fri) Mark Helias's Trio Behear (Sat) John Fischer (Sun) & More This Weekend At Cornelia Street Cafe

SOURCE: Published: 2006-11-18
CORNELIA STREET CAFE
29 Cornelia Street, NYC, New York212-989-9319
http://www.corneliastreetcafe.com
between West 4th and Bleecker Sts, Greenwich Village
1 Subway to Sheridan Square; A, C, E, B, D, V, F to West 4th St. This Weekend At Cornelia Street Cafe

Fri Nov 17
9:00PM & 10:30PM WOLFGANG SCHALK QUARTET
(Wolfgang Schalk, guitar, composition;Helen Sung, piano;Andy McKee, bass;Ian Froman, drums) Wolfgang Schalk has garnered international acclaim as a gifted guitarist and composer. Schalk has recorded four CDs with all original music released under his name including “The Second Third Man" featuring 11-time Grammy award-winning Michael Brecker.

His new album “Space Messengers" (Universal Music) showcases intricate-yet-accessible performances of a colorful spectrum of Wolfgang Schalk's new compositions. The new CD features an impressive line-up of notable musicians, including Dave Kikoski on piano, Andy McKee on bass and Ian Froman on drums -- Schalk's working band since 2002. “Space Messengers" received enthusiastic praise from journalists, musical peers and fans alike. Cover $10 http://www.wolfgangschalk.com



Sat Nov 18
9:00PM & 10:30PM MARK HELIAS'S TRIO BEHEAR
(Mark Helias, bass;Tim Berne, saxophone;Tom Rainey, drums) The Trio BeHear Tom Rainey-Mark Helias-Tim Berne last performed together In the late eighties at the famed club Visiones. On November 18th, 2006 they will be triangulating their arrival at The Cornelia Street Caf from three distant points on the earth for a 9pm downbeat. Channeling energy from their voyages these three will bend time and leave no space unexamined. Cover $10

Sun Nov 19
8:30PM JOHN FISCHER
(Nora McCarthy, vocals;John Fischer, piano, compositions, poetry) An Evening of Original Music and Poetry
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