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The 5th Season of Brooklyn Jazz Wide Open Continues With Briggan Krauss featuring Jim Black!

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CONNECTION WORKS PRESENTS The 5th Season of Brooklyn Jazz Wide Open @ The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music Concert Hall

The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music 58 Seventh Ave (at Lincoln Place) Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, Tel 718 622 3300, reduced admission!

Concert of the 2011-2012 season

Saturday, January 14, 2012, 8:00 PM
The Briggan Krauss Quartet
Featuring:
Briggan Krauss—alto saxophone
Teddy Klausner—piano
John Hebert—bass
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Jim Black—drums

Plus
WORKS Trio featuring:
Michel Gentile—flute
Daniel Kelly—piano
Rob Garcia—drums

The evening will also include “Musical Dialogues," a conversation with Mr. Krauss.

UPCOMING BROOKLYN JAZZ WIDE OPEN EVENTS:

February 11

Daniel Kelly “Rakonto" (Yoon Sun Choi—Voice; Rez Abbasi—Guitar; Daniel Kelly—Piano; David Ambrosio—Bass; Satoshi Takeishi—Drums; Min Xiao-Fen—Pipa) WORKS trio

March 10

Noah Preminger Quartet (Noah Preminger—tenor saxophone, Frank Kimbrough—piano, Cecil McBee—bass, Billy Hart—drums)

April 21

Chamber Orchestra with WORKS (Mazz Swift—violin, Tanya Kalmanovitch—viola, Marika Hughes—cello, Michael McGinnis— clarinet, Sara Schoenbeck—bassoon, David Smith—trumpet, Mark Taylor—french horn)

May 19

Dave Liebman and Scott Colley with WORKS

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