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Sunday, September 24th: 6pm: KYOKO KITAMURA / KEN FILIANO / DAYEON SEOK - Vocals / ContraBass / Percussion 7pm: IRENE KEPL and DAVID GROLLMAN - Violin and Snare Drum

Experimental vocalist KYOKO KITAMURA has worked with Anthony Braxton and Ras Moshe as well as leading her own ensembles. She has played at DMG on several occasions and knocked us out each time! Contrabassist supreme KEN FILIANO is the bassist of choice for many folks: Vinny Golia, Connie Crothers and Jason Hwang to name a few. Korean percussionist DAYEON SEOK was selected by Ms. Kitamura for her unique playing so we look forward to her DMG debut!

Berlin-based violinist IRENE KEPL will make her debut here at DMG on this night. Ms. Kepl recently sent us a great trio CD with George Cremaschi and Petr Vrba., as well as a fine solo disc. Ms. KEPL will be joined by percussionist DAVID GROLLMAN, Mr. Grollman plays mainly a snare drums with assorted objects and has a singular approach. Both musicians will play solo as well as a duo, It should be a marvelous night!

Sunday, October 1st: 6pm: JEREMY CARLSTEDT & RICK PARKER - Drums & Trombone / Electronics 7pm: WILL GREENE / ZOE CHRISTIANSEN / DANIEL PENCER New Woodwind Trio

Drummer JEREMY CARLSTEDT is a positive spirit who has played here on several occasions, always casting a spell on us with his inventive drumming. Mr. Carlstedt has studied and collaborated with Chico Hamilton, Brian Settles and Tim Motzer. Trombonist and electronics wiz, RICK PARKER, once played at DMG in a great duo and has played 9Volt with Tim Berne as well as with Alex Weiss. This looks to be yet another colossal duo set!

WILL GREENE From Trigger (soon to be Tzadik recording artists) will debut hew new woodwind trio here at DMG!

Sunday, October 8th: 6pm: LEONOR FALCON & SANA NAGANO - String Duo

Venezuelan violinist LEONOR FALCON recently released an incredible quartet CD and played here at DMG with that marvelous quartet! Yet another New York-based violinist, Ms. SNA NAGANO has worked with quite a diverse cast: Karl Berger, Jeff Shurdut and Carlo Costa.

Sunday, October 15th: 6pm: ROBERTO OTTAVIANO - Solo Sax 7pm: JUDI SILVANO & BRUCE ARNOLD ELECTRO-ACOUSTIC DUO - CD Release Set

Italian sax legend ROBERTO OTTAVIANO has been recording and collaborating with many of Italy’s finest musicians: Andrea Centazzo, Pierre Favre, Giorgio Gaslini and Franz Koglmann.

Longtime jazz vocalist supreme, JUDI SILVANO, has decided to go even further out than she has in the past and made a great yet bizarre electro-acoustic duo CD with guitarist BRUCE ARNOLD! This recently released disc remains amongst the more experimental side of the Downtown scene and has little in common with most of the more mainstream jazz offerings that one might associate from Ms. Silvano’s previous recordings.

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