Soprano saxophonist Joe Giardullo January 7th at Cornelia Street Cafe


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Soprano saxophonist Joe Giardullo and drummer Todd Capp join Nobel Prize winning theoretical chemist Roald Hoffman at his session at the Cornelia Street Cafe, NYC, at 6pm.

This night, the theme is COSI SIMILE, COSI DIVERSE.

The tension of things being the same and not the same is in the soul of science and art. Roald Hoffmann will tell four chemical short stories of molecular identity: presumed, feigned, healing, lethal.

In what seems - only that -- to be another world, soprano saxophonist Joe Giardullo and percussionist Todd Capp mine the creative core of independence and unity.

2007 begins with a recording of Giardullo's music for 14 musicians (Red Morocco) due out on RogueArt Records, Paris, and a new project of music for soprano sax, percussion and string quartet (The Pearl Road) for Mode Records.

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