New Haven's Firehouse 12
is proud to announce the schedule for its fourth annual Spring Jazz Series, a 13-week program of performances by some of the most active, innovative and respected musicians in creative improvised music today.
The series, which begins on Friday, March 20th with two performances by the Julian Lage Group, will feature 8:30 and 10:00 p.m. sets every Friday night through the June 12th season finale featuring Dutch jazz heavyweights, Trio BraamDeJoodeVatcher.
Tickets for all events are $15 for the opening set and $10 for the second set. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone at (203) 785-0468, or at the box office beginning at 7 p.m. the night of the show (subject to availability). A season pass for both sets of every show will be available for $150 through March 20th.
2009 Spring Jazz Series schedule:
03/20: Julian Lage Group
03/27: Jimmy Greene Quartet
04/03: Pete Robbins, Mario Pavone and Tyshawn Sorey
04/10: George Colligan Trio
04/17: Wadada Leo Smith's Organic Resonance
04/24: Noah Preminger Quartet
05/01: Michal Attias Quintet
05/08: Peter Brötzmann and Nasheet Waits
05/15: James Carney Group
05/22: Michael Musillami Trio + 3
05/29: Ben Allison & Man Size Safe
06/05: Carl Maguire's Floriculture
06/12: Trio BraamDeJoodeVatcher
Firehouse 12 is an award-winning bar, state-of-the-art recording studio and unusually intimate music venue located at 45 Crown Street in New Haven's historic Ninth Square District. For its semi-annual jazz concert series, the striking, acoustically engineered studio space transforms into an incomparable 80-seat venue critics have hailed as New England's premier improvised music venue" (Bill Carbone, New Haven Advocate) and New Haven's acclaimed avant-garde bastion of the bold and experimental" (Owen McNally, Hartford Courant).
Since early 2007, the organization has also released a series of acclaimed recordings through its label arm, Firehouse 12 Records. Known for its fast-developing reputation for left field offerings recorded in luminous sound that handsomely repay in-depth listening" (John Sharpe, All About Jazz), the label's distinctive output includes releases by Anthony Braxton, Taylor Ho Bynum, Peter Evans, Mary Halvorson, Nicole Mitchell and Tyshawn Sorey. Six new releases are tentatively scheduled for 2009.
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