Cornelia Street Cafe April Schedule Add Dan McCarthy Trio Tuesday April 5, 8:30PM


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March 29, 2005

To: Listings/Critics/Features From: JAZZ PROMO SERVICES Press Contact: JIM EIGO, [email protected]

Cornelia Street Cafe 29 Cornelia Street Greenwich Village, NY 10014

Tel: 212-989-9319 Fax: 212-243-4207 Web: corneliastreetcafe.com

“a culinary as well as a cultural landmark" Mayoral Proclamation, City of New York 1987

TUESDAY APRIL 5, 8:30 PM Dan McCarthy Trio Dan McCarthy, vibraphone; Matt Wigton, bass; Greg Ritchie, drums

After recently making the move to New York from Toronto, Dan is starting to make his mark on the jazz scene. The trio performs a broad spectrum if music, playing anything from Summetime, to one of Dan's numerous originals, to the theme from 'Law & Order'. Not to be missed. Cover $8 www.danmccarthy.net

STREAMING LINK: mccarthy.suresong.com/stockholm.mp3

This Week at Cornelia Street Cafe:


They will be playing original music from their upcoming release. This chordless quartet naturally play as “one" weaving in and out of eachother's musical space with magic and trust. Shane and Mark conduct playful interplay while supporting eachother exactly when needed. Thomson lays down a strong foundation and takes the band on a new and interesting harmonic journey. Allison is then free to interact with all as she catapolts the band with her endless rhythmcic energy.

TILT explores free jazz, sonic sounds and space, odd meter, and groove music....approaching each with an individual sound. www.allisonmiller.com www.foxhavenrecords.com Shows at 8:30 and 10:00. $10

Wed Mar 30 TBA


March 31, Ximo Tebar & The Champs Ximo Tebar, guitar; Rob Bargad, organ; Donald Edwards, drums The Witchcraft of Jazz “The Champs is the new project by Ximo Tebar. This eclectic guitarist from Spain is held by the specialized media as one of the best European jazz musicians. Each and every of his concerts is a delight for jazz and fusion lovers alike. His band alive produces truly elitist results by mixing sequences of pure jazz with fusion related sounds that both jazz lovers and lay audiences will enjoy. www.ximotebar.com 8:30PM

Thu Mar 31 6:00PM SIMON LOEKLE WILL READ POEMS BY WOMEN Angelo Verga, host Saturday morning WBAI radio producer renders poetry by women. We think edna st vincent millay will make an appearance, maybe. Loekle, will read (in his own operatic way) poems by women. Loekle's Stand Up Academy program is called “Ladies Night" (which hopefully won't offend new age puritans or the politically correct). Cover $10 (includes one house drink)

Fri Apr 01 DAVE PIETRO'S BANDA BRASIL (Dave Pietro, saxophones; Gary Versace, piano; Leonardo Cioglia, bass; Adriano Santos, drums; Pedro Ito, percussion & vocals) 9:00PM Cover $10 www.davepietro.com

Sat Apr 02 CHRISTIAN FINGER: FINGER TRIO (Roberta Piket, piano; Gary Wang, bass; Christian Finger, drums & composition) “A great trio with an outstanding live performance, members played with Lee Konitz, Dave Liebman & Kenny Kirkland!"-Jazz radio Sydney

Please visit my web site and click for english version: www.jazz-planet.com/fingertrio 9:00PM Cover $10

Sun Apr 03 BOB FELDMAN TRIO (Bob Feldman, saxophone & bamboo flute; Chris Sullivan, bass; Jay Rosen, drums) 8:30PM Cover $10 www.onesoulrecords.com/_artists_pages/Bob_Feldman/index.html

Tenor saxophonist Bob Feldman is a long-time musician with a diverse playing background, a powerful sound and imaginative improvisational abilities. Cadence Magazine said Feldman plays with a hurricane force and inventiveness in both the trio format andin duos with each of the other musicians. … This is magical music from musicians of little renown but astonishing ability.”

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