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Vision Festival 19 Welcomes Whit Dickey And James Blood Ulmer

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James Blood Ulmer
In addition to celebrations of Roy Campbell and Amiri Baraka, the creators of Vision Festival love to support under appreciated masters such as Whit Dickey.

And they craft special gatherings such as a revisit of a ground breaking James Blood Ulmer unit called The Music Revelation Ensemble.

Whit Dickey will lead his quartet in the opening performance and the Music Revelation Ensemble will close out the night.

7:00 Whit Dickey Quartet

Whit Dickey – drums
Mat Maneri – viola
Michael Bisio – bass
Rob Brown – alto saxophone

10:15 James “Blood” Ulmer Music Revelation Ensemble revisited

James “Blood” Ulmer – electric guitar
Calvin Jones – bass
Cornell Rochester – drums

Arts for Art Presents
VISION FESTIVAL 19
Studies In Freedom
ROULETTE, (509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY)
TICKETS Daily Admission: $30 per day / $20 students & seniors
5-day pass: $140 / VIP Pass $270
At the door or online.

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