JANE IRA BLOOM TRIO with Bobby Previte & Dean Johnson Bloom is a jazz wizard" - George Kanzler, Hothouse
Bobby Previte can break your heart with one cymbal crash" --Steve Smith
Jane Ira Bloom soprano sax & live electronics
Bobby Previte drums
Dean Johnson bass
SAT, FEBRUARY 6, 8:00 - 10:30pm
The Tea Lounge
837 Union Street
Subway: Q to 7th Ave, 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza or M/R to Union St. What's New with Jane Ira Bloom
Jane has been busy the past few months with several projects. Highlights include:
Resonations - An International Live Telematic Music Concert for Peace from the UN with bassist Mark Dresser, conductor Sarah Weaver and musicians in four locations around the world. With Oliver Lake, Marty Ehrlich, Samir Chatterjee, Joan La Barbara, Dave Taylor, Tom Ulrich, & Yoon Sun Choi.
Close-Up Music, The Jane Ira Bloom Quartet & The Intimacy of Ideas - a concert/ discussion featuring Dawn Clement, Mark Helias, & Matt Wilson at the Philoctetes Center for the Study of Imagination in NYC focusing on improvisational creativity. Empty is Also - premiere of a new performance art piece involving dance, sculpture, and live music at the Performa Festival in NYC. With Emily Coates & Tamar Ettun.
The Jules Feiffer Project & Residency at the Barishnikov Arts Center - composing & performing score for a short film of dances inspired by Jules Feiffer's modern dancer. With choreographers Larry Keigwig, Susan Marshall, Merce Cunningham dancer Andrea Weber, and director Judy Dennis.
M'Lumbo - guest artist recording with the eight-piece surreal electronica band M'Lumbo featuring keyboardist Rob Ray and drummer Jaz Sawyer.
The Happening 2010 - JI Bloom Trio concert at St. Peters Church with Bobby Previte & Mark Helias sponsored by Reggie Workman's Sculptured Sounds Productions.
February 12 residency & February 13 concert
quartet with Dawn Clement, Mark Helias, & Jaz Sawyer
Cornish College of the Arts
Poncho Recital Hall
Scullers Jazz Club, Boston MA
concert with jazz artists including George Garzone, Julian Priester, Steve Slagle, Dominique Eade, John Lockwood, & Bob Gullotti.
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