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Mark Weinstein QT (Mon) Kaiku (Tue) Kim Bock QT (Wed) Yoon Sun Choi and the E String Band (Thu) Jeremy Udden QT (Fri) This Week at Cornelia Street Cafe

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CORNELIA STREET CAFE
29 Cornelia Street, NYC, New York212-989-9319
between West 4th and Bleecker Sts, Greenwich Village
1 Subway to Sheridan Square; A, C, E, B, D, V, F to West 4th St.

This Week At Cornelia Street Cafe

Mon Dec 17, 8:30PM
MARK WEINSTEIN QUARTET
Mark Weinstein, flutes;Santi Debriano, bass;Chembo Corniel, congas;Willie Martinez, drums;Misha Tsiganov, piano

Tue Dec 18, 8:30PM
KAIKU
Jaana Kantola;Paula Jaakkola, vocals & kantele;Uri Sharlin, accordion & piano;Leyla McCalla, cello;Brandon Seabrook, mandolin & banjo;Rich Stein, percussion

Wed Dec 19, 8:30PM
KIM BOCK QUARTET
Kim Bock, saxophones;David Smith, trumpet;Adam Armstrong, bass;Peter Retzlaff, drums

Thu Dec 20, 8:30PM
GNU VOX: YOON SUN CHOI AND THE E STRING BAND
Yoon Sun Choi, voice and toy piano;Jacob Sacks, melodica;Khabu Doug Young, ukelele;Thomas Morgan, guitar;Vinnie Sperrazza, percussion

Fri Dec 21, 9:00PM & 10:30PM
JEREMY UDDEN QUARTET: TORCHSONGS
Jeremy Udden, saxophone;Ben Monder, guitar;Matt Wilson, drums;Matt Clohesy, bass

Sat Dec 22, 9:00PM & 10:30PM
TONY MALABY'S APPARITIONS
Tony Malaby, tenor saxophone;Drew Gress, bass;Tom Rainey, drums;John Hollenbeck, drums

Sun Dec 23, 8:30PM
CAMERON BROWN AND FRIENDS
Cameron Brown, bass;Russ Johnson, trumpet;Jason Rigby, saxophones;Tony Jefferson, bass

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