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Daniel Carter, Dick Griffin, Hungry March Band & More in a Fundraiser for Nietzsche Circle, NYC

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REVEL, CELEBRATE, GATHER WITH US
this Friday, February 16th
from 7:30 PM to Midnight
for a FESTIVE, DIONYSIAN NIGHT
OF LIVE MUSIC,
SPIRITS (the liquid kind)
and Italian, Turkish, Greek and other delicacies.

The evening will feature live performances
by DANIEL CARTER
(alumnus of Cecil Taylor, Sun Ra,
Thurston Moore, Denis Charles, etc)
featuring his project
GHOST MOTH

DICK GRIFFIN
(alumnus of Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Blakey,
James Brown, Mingus, Tito Puente, etc)

The Brass Sensation of Brooklyn,
THE HUNGRY MARCH BAND

The mystic sounds of NYMPH
The gothic flutes of UBERFRAULEIN
& OTHER SPECIAL GUESTS
DJ ANTI-OEDIPUS
WILL INFILTRATE YOUR EAR DRUMS
W/ SOUL, JAZZ, FUNK, REGGAE, &
AFRICAN & MIDDLE EASTERN MUSIC

This evening is a fundraiser for the Nietzsche Circle production of

REQUIEM AETERNAM DEO
a play based on Thus Spoke Zarathustra

written and directed by Fulya Peker
Date: FRIDAY, February 16th
Time: 7:30 to Midnight
Place: Sixth Street Community Center
638 East 6th St (between Ave B/Ave C)
Admission: $25 minimum donation, which includes food,
drinks, and live music
Tickets for the silent raffle are separate

REQUIEM AETERNAM DEO
A Play for Everyone & Nobody
will open March 22nd at The Kraine Theater of NYC
and run till April 15th
More details to follow on the NC website

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