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Vision Club This Week Sat. Dec.18 Whit Dickey 4tet 7pm + William Parker's readings from the Mayor of Punkville

SOURCE: Published: 2004-12-16
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December 16, 2004

To: Listings/Critics/Features From: The Vision Festival / www.visionfestival.org Press Contact: Jim Eigo publicist@visionfestival;org / 845.986.1677

Come and hear music that is filled with hope and creativity and filled with resistance to everything BUSH

This week...



Saturday Nights December 18: $20 for the evening Alain KIRILI's 17 White Street #4 - just west of Church Sets at 7pm and 9pm 7pm Whit Dickey 4tet / Roy Campbell trpt / Rob Brown alto / Joe Morris bass

9pm William Parker's readings from the Mayor of Punkville Rob Brown sax, flute / Lewis Barnes trpt / Dave Sewelson sax / Asim Barnes el gtr / Guillermo E. Brown



VISION CLUB - On the Move IN 2005

LES GALLERY CLEMENTE SOTO VELEZ 107 SUFFOLK AND RIVINGTON Sets at 7:30pm & 9pm

January 8 7:30pm & 9pm Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra Rob Brown, Sabir Mateen, Roy Campbell, Lewis Barnes, Matt Lavelle, Lewis Barnes, Charles Waters, Dave Sewelson, Dave Hofstra, Steve Swell, Andrew Barker, Guillermo E Brown

January 15 7:30pm & 9pm Night of Improv: Daniel Carter, Joe McPhee, Ted Daniel, Joe Morris, Elliot Sharp, Yusuke Yamamoto, Todd Nicholson, Andrew Barker

January 22 7:30pm Espiritu Matt Lavelle:trumpet/bass-clarinet, Ras Moshe:tenor and alto sax, Francois Grillot:& Todd Nicholson bass, Jackson Krall drums 9pm Jemeel Moondoc Trio, John Voigt, Sydney Smart

January 29 7:30pm & 9pm Elliot Sharps CARBON with conduction by Butch Morris

February 5 7:30pm Daniel Carter- sax and trpt, Bern Nix- el gtr, Andrew Barker- dr, Franois Grillot- bass, Chris Forbes- digital keyboar 9pm Cooper Moore Triptych Myth Tom Abbs, Chad Taylor

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