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Henry Threadgill, Chris Lightcap, Claudia Quintet, Masada Rock, Benevento/Russo Duo Philadelphia Appearances in March

SOURCE: Published: 2006-02-28
Wednesday, March 1 | 7pm

Irvine Auditorium, 3401 Spruce Street
Receive a substantial discount (you'll pay only $10/ticket) by requesting the “Ars Nova" discount at the Annenberg box office on the day of show. Arrive early!

Soulive's latest album, Break Out, is full of beat-driven instrumentals and dazzling collaborations with a host of exceptional artists, including Chaka Khan, Ivan Neville, Corey Glover (Living Color), Robert Randolph and Reggie Watts (Maktub). Originally a trio consisting of Eric Krasno (guitar), Alan Evans (drums) and Neal Evans (organ), Soulive have recently expanded to include the “Soulive Horns," Rashawn Ross (trumpet) and Ryan Zoidis (saxophones).

Thursday, March 16 | 8pm
RASHANIM performs Masada Rock: The Music of John Zorn
with Jon Madof, guitar; Mathias Kunzli, drums/percussion; and Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz, electric bass

The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street
Free Admission

Friday, March 17 | 8pm
with Henry Threadgill, alto saxophone/flute/bass flute; Liberty Ellman, acoustic guitar; Rubin Kodheli, cello; Dana Leong, cello; Jose Davila, tuba; and Elliot Humberto Kavee, drums

International House Philadelphia, 3701 Chestnut Street
$20 General Admission; $15 Senior Citizens/IHouse Members; $10
Students with valid ID
Tickets are going fast: http://www.ticketweb.com/user/?region=penn&query=detail&event=625207

Saturday, March 18 | 8pm
with Chris Lightcap, bass; Tony Malaby, tenor saxophone; Gerald Cleaver, drums; Mark Turner, saxophone; Jacob Sacks, keyboards + CLAUDIA QUINTET
with John Hollenbeck, drums/percussion; Chris Speed, clarinet; Ted Reichman, accordian; Matt Moran, vibraphone; John Hebert, double-bass

Venue TBD
$12 Admission

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