Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Upcoming: Big Jazz Night @ The Knit 12/2

I'm looking forward to the big Search & Restore final night at The Knit. This is by no means the final night for Search & Restore or The Knit, but it is for that combo. Its 6 phenomenal bands with staggered overlapping sets between the Tap Bar and Main Space, 12/2, 8:30-12. Its also cheap and they hand-stamp. Even if you are going to some of the other phenomenal gigs that night, its worth ducking in and out of there for any gaps in the rest of your schedule.

Here's the schedule:

Search & Restore: Jazz In New York presents...

The FINAL NIGHT of Jazz and Improvised Music at the Knitting Factory!!
2 stages, 6 ensembles, 40 musicians!!!

The Knitting Factory is closing the doors of its TriBeCa location at the top of the new year, and planning to move to Williamsburg at some undisclosed time in the future.

On Tuesday, December 2, we'll pay tribute to the legacy of Downtown improvised music associated with the Knit, with a special showcase featuring literally tens of New York's finest musicians.

Each ensemble will perform for 1 hour, with overlapping sets between the Knit's Main Space (upstairs) and the Tap Bar (downstairs):

ANDREW D'ANGELO / CURTIS HASSELBRING BIG BAND 9pm Main Space(with Tony Barba, Josh Sinton, Elizabeth Schenck, Josh Roseman, Ryan Snow, Eric Biondo, Nate Wooley, Jacob Wick, Jonathan Goldberger, Chris Lightcap, Jim Black)

PETE ROBBINS' SILENT Z 9:30pm Tap Bar(with Jesse Neumann, Mike Gamble, Eivind Opsvik, Ted Poor)

STEVEN BERNSTEIN'S MILLENNIAL TERRITORY ORCHESTRA 10pm Main Space(NYC CD Release Tour with Clark Gayton, Charlie Burnham, Doug Wieselman, Peter Apfelbaum, Erik Lawrence, Matt Munisteri, Ben Allison, Kenny Wollesen)

JAMES CARNEY GROUP 10:30pm Tap Bar(with Josh Roseman, Chris Lightcap, Ted Poor)

TODD SICKAFOOSE'S BLOOD ORANGE 11pm Main Space(with Jenny Scheinman, John Ellis, Alan Ferber, Mike Gamble, Michael Chorney, Allison Miller)

8 PM doors, All Ages$15, $12 students

The Knitting Factory
74 Leonard St
TriBeCa, Manhattan

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