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Golda Solomon with Po'Jazz at The Cornelia Street Cafe November 17th 6 - 8 PM

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November 3, 2005

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



GOLDA SOLOMON “The Medicine Woman of Jazz" with PO'JAZZ

Downstairs at The Cornelia Street Caf

29 Cornelia Street, Greenwich Village, 212-989-9319, www.corneliastreetcafe.com

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 6 - 8 PM

A SMALL DREAM IN RED

musicians:

Nora McCarthy, voice, compositions, poetry, effects Jorge Sylvester, alto saxophone, compositions

featured poets: CHERYL BOYCE TAYLOR THE POETRY CARAVAN ELLEN GOLDSMITH

programmed & hosted by Golda Solomon, “The Medicine Woman of Jazz"

$13 ($11 students/seniors) includes one drink





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A SMALL DREAM IN RED: ...It's delightful to hear music that plays so freely with the known and the unknown elements of jazz. McCarthy and Sylvester show the utmost respect for the formal elements of music while also possessing the daring to dissolve borders, making A Small Dream in Red an aural adventure of the highest order.

--Florence Wetzel, All About Jazz

CHERYL BOYCE TAYLOR is the author of three collections of poetry, Night When Moon Follows, Raw Air, and Convincing the Body. She is best known for her dialectic poems and strong political voice.

GOLDA SOLOMON: “Poet Solomon...Think of it as Jack Kerouac revisiting the Mile High City and grabbing a sandwich at the New York Deli while in town." --Norman Provizer, Rocky Mountain News

“PO'JAZZ at CORNELIA STREET is one big friendly party of good words, good sounds, and good food." -- Gladys Serrano, Mutable Music

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