AAJ:NY Presents "1s & 2s: Music for Solo & Duo" features solo SCOTT ROBINSON (11/4)


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AllAboutJazz-New York PRESENTS

“1s & 2s:Music for Solo &Duo" on the first Thursday of every month at Cornelia Street Cafe

November 4th: Come hear a RARE solo concert by


*Multi-instrumentalist Scott Robinson is a equally proficient on tenor sax, baritone sax, soprano sax, C-melody sax, bass sax, contra-bass sax, alto clarinet, bass clarinet, contra-bass clarinet, flutes, euphonium, tuba, cornet, optical theremin, waterphone, various percussion and more...This will be his first unaccompanied concert in 23 years!

*2nd set features duo with bassist Julian Thayer

Set Times: 8:30 & 10pm ~ Cover: $12

(212) 989-9319 ~ www.corneliastreetcafe.com or visit www.allaboutjazz.com/newyork

To call the mid-40 year old one of the most diverse and creative multi-instrumentalists in jazz is perhaps one of the largest of understatements. Robinson performs on countless members of the winds, brass, and reed families. His third release as a leader (Thinking Big, 1997), his debut for Arbors Records, featured him on

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