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  • richardmitnick 6:03 PM on November 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From National Sawdust: “John Zorn’s Stone Commissioning Series presents: Sara Serpa” 

    From National Sawdust

    National Sawdust

    John Zorn

    John Zorn by Scott Irvine – Courtesy of the artist


    John Zorn at the Newport Jazz Festival, 2014 digboston (https://www.flickr.com/photos/weeklydig/)%5B/caption

    [caption id="attachment_13855" align="alignnone" width="300"] Sara Serpa Photo by Carlos Ramos

    Wed, Nov 28, 2018, 7:00 PM

    Sara Serpa is a singer, composer, and improviser who implements a unique instrumental approach to her vocal style. Recognized for her distinctive wordless singing, Serpa has been immersed in the field of jazz, improvised, and experimental music since first arriving in New York in 2008. Described by JazzTimes as “a master of wordless landscapes” and by The New York Times as “a singer of silvery poise and cosmopolitan outlook”, Serpa started her recording and performing career with jazz luminaries such as Grammy–nominated pianist Danilo Pérez, Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow pianist Ran Blake, and Greg Osby.

    Her ethereal music draws from a broad variety of inspirations, including literature, film, visual arts, history, and nature. As a leader, she has produced and released nine albums (with labels Sunnyside Records, Clean Feed Records, Tzadik, and Inner Circle Music), the latest being All The Dreams in collaboration with guitarist André Matos. Serpa has collaborated with an extensive array of musicians, including John Zorn, Guillermo Klein, Zeena Parkins, Mark Turner, Tyshawn Sorey, and Nicole Mitchell, among many others.

    She has performed her own music in Europe, Australia, and North and South America, singing at international festivals such as Festa do Jazz, the Panama Jazz Festival, the Festival de Jazz de Montevideo, the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues, the Adelaide Festival, and the Sopot Jazz Festival, as well as in venues like Bimhuis, Casa da Música, the Village Vanguard, Jazz Standard, The Stone, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, among others.

    Currently, Serpa leads a trio with Erik Friedlander (cello) and Ingrid Laubrock (tenor sax) — with a debut album released in March 2018 (Close Up on Clean Feed) — and a trio featuring Zeena Parkins (harp) and Mark Turner (tenor sax) in an interdisciplinary performance combining film with live music entitled Recognition.

    For tickets please see the full article as there is no tickets link.

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    National Sawdust is an unparalleled, artist-led, nonprofit venue, is a place for exploration and discovery. A place where emerging and established artists can share their music with serious music fans and casual listeners alike.

    In a city teeming with venues, National Sawdust is a singular space founded with an expansive vision: to provide composers and musicians across genres a home in which they can flourish, a setting where they are given unprecedented support and critical resources essential to create, and then share, their work.

    As a composer, I believe the role of an artist in the 21st century should be that of creator, educator, activist, and entrepreneur. I believe that 21st-century composers/artists need to be thinking about what impact they can have on their existing community, both locally and globally. At NS we believe in remaining flexible and true to the needs of artists. Our core mission is centered on the support of emerging artists, and on commissioning and supporting the seeds of ideas. Each year, we explore one large theme and construct programming and questions around that theme. This year, that theme is Origins. With this season, we are channeling the National Sawdust mission—empowering high-level artistry, regardless of training, genre, or fame—through multicultural artists who tell their stories through their music. Ultimately, Origins is a radical sharing of culture. We hope this cultural storytelling of the highest caliber will help bring our divided country closer together.

    We also believe the future of new art lives in education. To us, education is about giving young people and community members opportunities and tools to explore their potential for artistic and creative expression. But it is also about ensuring that artists themselves never stop learning – about their craft, about the work of their peers, about the business of the arts, about their own capacities to be educators and advocates. NS facilitates this kind of learning by bringing together artists from around the world in exciting composition- based projects, teaching opportunities, cultural exchanges, and hands-on management experience. Through this cultural synthesis artists leave lasting impressions on one another, become more versatile and resilient professionals, and create works that reflect a plural understanding of American society.

    –Paola Prestini, co-founder & Artist Director

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    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 1:18 PM on September 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From John Zorn: “The Stone in Europe 2018-19” 

    John Zorn

    John Zorn by Scott Irvine – Courtesy of the artist


    John Zorn at the Newport Jazz Festival, 2014 digboston (https://www.flickr.com/photos/weeklydig/)

    The Stone in Europe 2018-2019

    Friday, September 21, 2018

    September 2018 MARY HALVORSON QUARTET Mary Halvorson, Miles Okazaki, Drew Gress, Tomas Fujiwara MASADA (The Book of Angels) JZ@65

    October 2018 BRIAN MARSELLA TRIO Brian Marsella, Trevor Dunn, Kenny Wollesen MASADA (The Book of Angels)

    October-December 2018 AUTORYNO David Konopnicki, Bertrand Delorme, Cyril Grimaud MASADA (The Book of Angels)

    November 2018 SECRET CHIEFS 3 Trey Spruance, Jason Schimmel, Matt Lebofsky, Eyvind Kang, Shanir Blumenkranz, Ches Smith, Kenny Grohowski MASADA (The Book of Angels, The Book Beriah)

    February 2019 IKUE MORI

    March 2019 URI CAINE MASADA (The Book of Angels)

    April 2019 SOFIA REI & JC MAILLARD
    MASADA (The Book Beriah)
    October 2019 WENDY EISENBERG TRIO Wendy Eisenberg, Trevor Dunn, Ches Smith

    December 2019 NICOLE MITCHELL & CORY SMYTHE
    _________________________________________
    Curated by John Zorn
    Organized by Independent Touring Network

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    John Zorn is an American composer, arranger, record producer, saxophonist, and multi-instrumentalist with hundreds of album credits as performer, composer, and producer across a variety of genres including jazz, rock, hardcore, classical, surf, metal, soundtrack, ambient, and improvised music. Wikipedia

    John Zorn’s Tzadik Records

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 10:32 AM on September 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From Pledge Music: John Zorn – ‘The Book Beri’ah'” 

    From Pledge Music

    05 September, 2018

    The Book Beri’ah, Hot Takes by Andy Hollander

    John Zorn -Scott Irvine-Courtesy of the artist

    The release of The Book Beri’ah is exciting for fans of John Zorn’s Masada series, with 92 new compositions. An amalgam of various elements ranging from klezmer to free jazz, I’ve always found Masada’s music difficult to describe except to say that you know it when you hear it. A common theme in Masada is a sense of urgency and intent; even when there is exploratory improvisation, it feels like it’s purposeful and driven. Getting an entire box set of Masada released all at once has been sensory overload for me in the best way possible. Below are my takes from my first listen through the Book Beri’ah.

    • by Andy Hollander

    Book Beri’ah 1 – Keter – Sofia Rei & JC Maillard

    I can see why Zorn chose this to start Book 3; for Masada it’s a somewhat unique group- vocals and something that sounds like an acoustic guitar called a “bass saz”. Some very Middle Eastern feels throughout, and Sofia Rei’s voice is perfect. I’m curious what the lyrics mean (I think she’s singing in French) and if Zorn wrote the lyrics, and if so if he had her voice in mind. Hearing only one instrument play Masada evokes memories of albums like Masada Guitars, and even Masada String Trio. Great album, will not scare the elderly.

    Book Beri’ah 2 – Chokhma – Cleric

    This album will scare the elderly. And most people. It is simultaneously beautiful and terrifying. You know when real metal fans laugh at people who are into a band like Motley Crue or Metallica and say that’s not really metal? I think they’d listen to this and say that it’s legit metal. Some incredibly aggressive vocals, and in between the vocals is incredibly technical and great playing. This band has Matt Hollenberg on guitar, who I’ve seen shred Bagatelles and other Masada songs before. The keys and vocals are Nick Shellenberger. Interesting to me that the first two albums in Book 3 have vocals, which is unique in the Masada catalog.

    Book Beri’ah 3 – Binah – Spike Orchestra

    BEAUTIFUL. An orchestra that has 11 horns, guitar, keys, accordion (which adds this kind of French bistro feel), double bass, and drums/percussion. There is a lot going on here- a lot of layers to music that on its surface is already complex. There are other big bands in this Masada set (e.g. Zion80, Secret Chiefs 3), but this really feels like orchestral, swinging big band Masada, with a dose of klezmer every now and then. The track Kalim (which was released ahead of the album) is a pretty perfect embodiment of Masada.

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    Book Beri’ah 4 – Chesed – Julian Lage & Gyan Riley

    These are two of the greatest (and without hyperbole, may be THE greatest) guitarists out there and they compliment each other perfectly. This album is just the two of them, each on acoustic guitar. They have this ability to be playing two completely different things at the same time that find ways to sync up. I guess that’s common in Masada music (especially with original compositions featuring Zorn on sax and Dave Douglas on trumpet), but without other instruments it’s easy to tune into what each of them are doing individually as well as together. The music is light, but it’s also relentless in that it’s always moving. It’s heavily composed- it’s not like they take crazy solos here and go off. I think that’s what makes this one so great.

    Book Beri’ah 5 – Gevurah – Abraxas

    With this album we finally get to the first of four albums in the Book Beri’ah that has Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz on it; on this album he plays gimbri, bass, and percussion. This was one of the albums in the set that I was most looking forward to after catching Abraxas a couple of times at The Stone and the Village Vanguard in NYC. Abraxas is guitar heavy and in your face; Shanir on gimbri/bass and Kenny Grohowski on drums create this pulsating rhythm that Eyal Maoz and Aram Bajakian just slaughter with their guitars. Lots of overdrive and distortion here; this group is “jamming” friendly IMO- the guitar playing can rage and get out there. That being said, it never loses the Masada focus- the composition is what drives everything. What really makes this group unique is Shanir- the gimbri (which looks like someone made a three-string bass out of a bathmat) keeps coming at you, and in a few instances is what starts off a track, almost challenging the other players to find their space.

    Book Beri’ah 6 – Tiferet – Klezmersons

    The overdrive and urgency of Abraxas is somewhat gone here, swapped out for a large Klezmer band with (from what I can gather) South American / Mexican influences. One of the things that makes this box set great is the variedness of the artists, and no album has that more than this one. The composition was there, but felt more in the background than the other albums so far. There is big sound coming from a plethora of instruments, and in some ways may be the most “upbeat” of the Book Beri’ah so far.

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    Book Beri’ah 7 – Netzach – Gnostic Trio

    The Gnostic Trio album at points is deceptively mellow and it’s glorious. Bill Frisell on guitar, Kenny Wolleson on vibes, and Carol Emanuel on harp create some of the airiest music that I’ve heard. Kind of like a Dreamers “light” lineup, this album creates some space for your mind to relax with ease. Frisell is utilizing all his toys here to create a spacey feel. All three of them take lead; sometimes one at a time and sometimes simultaneously. If John Zorn opened a spa, this album would be playing while you’re receiving treatment. There is one track (Re’cha- track 6) that has Frisell turning on the effects to produce some crunch in his tone, but other than that everything is light and blissful. The Masada composition style really comes through. In fact, it’s almost all composed- very little (if any) solos here. Great album.

    Book Beri’ah 8 – Hod – Zion80

    In my opinion, this is the most accessible album in the Book Beri’ah for people who may not know Masada. Zion80’s album is like if a band such as Galactic or maybe Lettuce was asked to do a Masada album. Led by Jon Madof on guitar, this is a big band. Four piece horn section, two guitars, percussion, drums, bass (Shanir!), and keys (Brian Marsella!); this band is making big sound. At times incredibly funky, and always groove focused, this may be one of the more danceable Masada albums that I’m aware of. The Masada composition is mostly represented through the horns, but in contrast to some of the other albums where a lot of things may be happening at the same time, this album has a coalition to the theme that punches through. It also has the distinction of being the only album in the Book Beri’ah that has John Zorn playing on it; he appears on track 5 (Tahor) and his spot has become one of my favorite moments on this set. When Zorn is playing, you know it- that frenzied Masada pace that I mentioned before was created by him. What’s great is that Zion80 continues to be Zion80 while Zorn is being Zorn, and it works great. Every now and then I know Zion80 plays together in the city; I hope they can get in front of a crowd in a space with a big open floor.

    Book Beri’ah 9 – Yesod – Banquet of the Spirits

    We continue with more Brian Marsella and Shanir Blumenkranz for Cyro Batista’s Banquet of the Spirits (with Tim Keiper on drums). My “gripe” with this album is that you can’t see Cyro. This past April at the Book Beri’ah show on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Cyro was a sight to behold. I’ve seen him in many groups doing his thing, but this was something else for me- he had his whole arsenal of sound producing devices into a 45 minute set. Equally enthralling was Brian Marsella on the other end of the stage, attacking the baby grand at a fever pace; the piano is pretty much the only “lead” instrument here. So despite not being able to see it when I listen to the album, I can imagine it- especially Cyro waving some tube over his head to create a wah sound that joins the rhythm. This is a great piano led album, and some of the later tracks have some real intense moments. Some of my favorite Masada moments are when the music has built to high levels of intensity that you get trapped in, and then abruptly stops…. like you’re Wile E. Coyote running off a cliff and you won’t fall until you realize there’s no ground underneath you. This album gets there- the track Dim Yoni in particular comes to mind. Shanir also gets some time on the double bass that is well worth your attention.

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    Book Beri’ah 10 – Malkhut – Secret Chiefs 3

    This album has everything. The first couple of tracks sound like they could be scoring an art house horror film. And then elements of Mahavishnu Orchestra creep in, with a heavy synth presence. At times it’s very prog rock. I don’t know if a more insane drums/percussion duo of Kenny Grohowski and Ches Smith exists- having one of them in a band is an embarrassment of riches; both is an attack on your senses. The other instruments are two guitars, violin (Eyvind Kang!), keys, and the least busy bassist in Masada-land, Shanir Blumenkranz. In some ways, this is like if Electric Masada had different instrumentation and tones. It’s a varied band of musicians, and before you can get too used to one thing you get hit in the face with something else. It’s almost made for people with ADD, as it’s rare one instrument or phrase gets more than 16 consecutive bars. The level of detail in this music is amazing.

    Book Beri’ah 11 – Da’at – Craig Taborn and Vadim Neselovskyi

    Technically a bonus disc, the final part of the third book of Masada are compositions that appear on the Sofia Rei & J.C. Maillard album (with the exception of one that’s on the Lage/Riley album). The first nine tracks are solo piano. either Craig Taborn or Vadim Neslovskyi playing the composition. This is as stripped down as you’re going to get- this is Masada classical piano. Not much to say beyond that…. it’s great, and deserves a listen, but I’m curious about the context of this one. Was it supposed to be the album that became Sofia Rei’s album, or was this just a good recording that Zorn decided to include as a bonus? After track nine there are a few jazzier tracks where there are bass and drums. At least online the personnel for these tracks are unlisted, so I’m guessing that it might be Vadim Neseloyvskyi with Dan Loomis and Ronen Itzik (this trio played during Masada week at the Vanguard last November). It’s interesting to hear the same tracks as classical piano and then in a piano jazz setting- one piece of music with countless ways to represent it.

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    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 4:18 PM on July 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    From NEWMUSICUSA: “John Zorn Presenst Laura Ortman” 

    From NEWMUSICUSA

    1
    Wednesday, July 25, 2018
    at 7:00 PM

    National Sawdust
    80 North 6th Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11249

    National Sawdust

    $29
    Tickets

    John Zorn by Scott Irvine – Courtesy of the artist

    The John Zorn Commissioning Series celebrates Zorn’s revolutionary venue, The Stone, a non-profit venue that was “dedicated to the experimental and avant-garde,” and served as a vital spot for new-music in Manhattan’s Alphabet City for over a decade. Held on the last Wednesday of every month, National Sawdust honors the spirit of the Stone, hosting the world premiere of new works.

    A wealth of talent from Indigenous America takes the stage, as celebrated White Mountain Apache violinist Laura Ortman performs in collaboration with multi-instrumentalists Raven Chacon (Navajo) and Timothy Long (Choctaw). As a long-time performer and master of indigenous tradition, Ortman has performed and educated audiences around the United Stated and beyond, from the Whitney Museum to the San Francisco MoMA to France’s Centre Georges Pompidou.

    Ortman and Chacon are long time collaborators of improvised recordings and have performed together in New York, New Mexico, Toronto, Vancouver, Berlin and California. Timothy Long was the conductor and co-producer of the Coast Orchestra, an all-Native American music ensemble founded in 2008 by Laura Ortman.

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    At NEWMUSICUSA we see ourselves first and foremost as advocates. Our mission is to support and promote new music created in the United States. We do that in many ways, fostering connections, deepening knowledge, encouraging appreciation, and providing financial support. In recognition of the possibility and power inherent in the virtual world, we’ve worked to build a strong internet platform to serve our constituency. And that constituency is broad and diverse, from composers and performers to presenters and producers, casual listeners to die-hard fans. We’re truly committed to serving the WHOLE new music community.

    As we go about our work, we make a point of not defining too precisely what we mean by new music. To define is to limit. It’s a spectacular time for musical creativity in part because so much music is being made that isn’t bound by conventional limitations of style or genre or background. The music that we hear being created in such abundance all around us is definition enough. We simply want it to flourish.

    We’re fortunate to have as our legacy the history of previous decades of good works done by the American Music Center and Meet The Composer, the two great organizations that merged to form us in 2011. Their legacies have also brought a small financial endowment that mostly helps support our grantmaking. But we’re not a foundation. We depend decisively each year on the generosity of so many institutions and individuals around the country who are dedicated as we are to the advancement of new music and are devoted to supporting our work.

    New Music USA is part of an international community of advocates for the arts. We’re members of the Performing Arts Alliance, the International Association of Music Information Centres, and the International Society for Contemporary Music. Those partnerships help us represent the interests of our constituents at every level.

    No matter how far ranging our networks, our focus is always solidly on what brings these many constituents and communities together in the first place: the music. When someone uses our platform to listen to something new, recommend a favorite to a friend, or to seek financial assistance or information to support the creation or performance of new work, the whole community is strengthened. Together we’re helping new music reach new ears every day.
    Our Vision

    We envision in the United States a thriving, interconnected new music community that is available to and impactful for a broad constituency of people.
    Our Mission

    New Music USA supports and promotes new music created in the United States. We use the power of virtual networks and people to foster connection, deepen knowledge, encourage appreciation, and provide financial support for a diverse constituency of practitioners and appreciators, both within the United States and beyond.

    Our Values
    We believe in the fundamental importance of creative artists and their work.
    We espouse a broad, inclusive understanding of the term “new music.”
    We uphold and embrace principles of inclusivity and equitable treatment in all of our activity and across our nation’s broadly diverse population in terms of gender, race, age, location, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status and artistic practice.

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 4:40 PM on June 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: John Zorn, , The final 92 compositions that complete the 25-year Masada legacy,   

    From Tzadik: John Zorn ‘The Book Beriah'” 


    John Zorn at Newport 2014

    John Zorn -Scott Irvine-Courtesy of the artist

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    The Book Beriah
    THE BOOK BERIAH the final 92 compositions that complete the 25-year Masada legacy

    With the world première of “Masada Book Three—The Book Beriah,” the saxophonist and composer John Zorn continues to expand the concept of Jewish music. His Masada project now numbers six hundred and thirteen songs. A typically eclectic consortium of ensembles (including the Brazilian percussionist Cyro Baptista’s Banquet of Spirits; the avant-rock band Cleric; the neo-klezmer trio Nigunim, with Frank London and Uri Caine; and Zion 80, which combines Jewish and Afro-beat music) will introduce the new pieces. (Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. 917-267-0363. Sept. 10.) The New Yorker

    CD1 Keter – crown SOFIA REI
    CD2 Chokhma – wisdom CLERIC
    CD3 Binah – understanding SPIKE ORCHESTRA
    CD4 Chesed – loving kindness JULIAN LAGE-GYAN RILEY
    CD5 Gevurah – severity ABRAXAS
    CD6 Tiferet – beauty KLEZMERSON
    CD7 Netzach – eternity GNOSTIC TRIO
    CD8 Hod – splendor ZION80
    CD9 Yesod – foundation BANQUET OF THE SPIRITS
    CD10 Malkhut – kingship SECRET CHIEFS 3

    BONUS CD —
    CD11 Da’at – knowledge CRAIG TABORN-VADIM NESELOVSKYI

    executive producer – john zorn
    associate producer – kazunori sugiyama
    mastering – scott hull
    design- heung heung chin

    CD1 KETER
    SOFIA REI
    compositions #11, 26, 36, 38, 53, 67, 76, 77

    1. GE’ULAH
    2. SETUMAH
    3. KAYAM
    4. RACHAMIM
    5. PENIMI
    6. OROT
    7. TIKKUN
    8. KETARIM

    Sofia Rei – voice
    JC Maillard – bass saz

    CD2 CHOKHMA
    CLERIC
    compositions #17, 27, 31, 49, 51, 56, 58, 63, 66,

    1. GADOLOT
    2. PANIM
    3. KAV
    4. NOGAH
    5. SEPAR
    6. IMMA
    7. TA’AMIM
    8. LYYUN
    9. CHALAL

    Matt Hollenberg – guitars and oud
    Dan Kennedy – bass
    Nick Shellenberger – keyboards, vocals
    Larry Kwartowitz – drums and percussion

    Guests:
    Timba Harris – violins (tracks 3 and 9)
    Ludovic Beier – accordion and accordina (track 5)

    CD3 BINAH
    SPIKE ORCHESTRA #25, 34, 47, 60, 69, 72, 82, 83, 91

    1. LEVUSHIM
    2. DAMAM
    3. SHAMAYIM
    4. TEVUNAH
    5. TALPIOT
    6. POSEKIM
    7. KELIM
    8. MACHSHAVAH
    9. MA’AMAROT

    THE SPIKE ORCHESTRA

    Mike Wilkins – alto sax/clarinet
    Paul Booth – tenor sax/flute
    Josephine Davies – tenor/soprano sax
    Gemma Moore – baritone sax/bass clarinet

    Noel Langley – trumpet/flugelhorn
    George Hogg – trumpet/flugelhorn
    Yazz Ahmed – trumpet/flugelhorn/FX
    Sam Eastmond – trumpet/shofar

    Ben Greenslade-Stanton – Trombone/FX
    Tim Smart – trombone
    Oren Marshall – tuba

    Moss Freed – guitar
    Elliot Galvin – keyboards
    Mike Guy – accordion
    Mark Lewandowski – double bass
    Will Glaser – drums/percussion

    CD4 CHESED
    JULIAN LAGE AND GYAN RILEY
    compositions #16, 32, 40, 45, 48, 54, 55, 62, 78, 85

    1. KATANOT
    2. ZEIR ANPIN
    3. SACHEL
    4. TOHU
    5. HEKHALOT ZUTARI
    6. SHEVIRAH
    7. DEVEKUT
    8. DIBOR
    9. PNIMIYUT
    10. BOHU

    Julian Lage – guitar
    Gyan Riley – guitar

    CD5 GEVURAH
    ABRAXAS
    compositions #5, 8, 10, 20, 41, 46, 80, 84, 86,

    1. DIN
    2. PAGAM
    3. TAMIDI
    4. DA’AT
    5. BITTUL
    6. KAVANNOT
    7. QIYYUM
    8. TZELEM
    9. BETZALTZEL

    Aram Bajakian – guitars, banjo
    Eyal Maoz – guitars, saz
    Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz – gimbri, bass, percussion
    Kenny Grohowski – drums, percussion

    CD6 TIFERET
    KLEZMERSON
    compositions #22, 23, 35, 43, 52, 59, 70, 75
    1. HASHAWAH
    2. MIDDOT
    3. RESHIMU
    4. SAPIR
    5. RATZON
    6. TOMER
    7. NEKEVAH
    8. ZIVUGIM

    Benjamin Shwartz – viola, piano, keyboards.
    Carina Lopez – bass
    Gustavo Nandayapa – drums
    Maria Emilia Martinez – flute
    Federico Schmucler – guitar
    Carlos Metta – percussion, jaranas
    Mauricio Moro “Osito” – saxophones
    Chatran Gonzalez – percussions

    Guests:
    Jair Alcala – accordion
    Jose Paquito Hernandez – bajo sexto
    Bernardo Ron – guitar
    Alex Otaola – guitar
    Tod Clouser – guitar
    Misha Marks – horn, latarra
    Fausto Palma – oud, sarangi
    Dan Zlotnik – saxophone
    Edson Ontiveros – violin
    Rolando Morejon – violin
    Omar Medina – jarana, leona

    CD7 NETZACH
    GNOSTIC TRIO
    compositions #2, 7, 9, 12, 13, 14, 19, 24, 33

    1. PIRKE AVOT
    2. HA-MURGASH
    3. ATARAH
    4. SHI’UR KOMA
    5. SAFRA
    6. RE’CHA
    7. MERKABA
    8. HISPASHUT
    9. OLAMOT

    Bill Frisell – guitar
    Kenny Wollesen – vibraphone
    Carol Emanuel – harp

    CD8 HOD
    ZION80
    compositions #4, 39, 50, 57, 71, 74, 89, 90, 92

    1. HOD
    2. TAKHLIT
    3. SHELEMUT
    4. SHARAK
    5. TAHOR
    6. MADREGUT
    7. REIAH
    8. AKUDIM
    9. SHMECHA

    Jon Madof – guitar
    Frank London – trumpet
    Greg Wall – tenor sax
    Jessica Lurie – bari sax, alto sax, flute
    Zach Mayer – bari sax
    Brian Marsella – keyboards
    Yoshie Fruchter – guitar
    Shanir Blumenkranz – bass
    Yuval Lion – drums
    Marlon Sobol – percussion

    Guest:
    John Zorn – sax (track 5)

    CD9 YESOD
    BANQUET OF THE SPIRITS
    compositions #1, 3, 21, 30, 37, 42, 44, 64, 88,

    1. IGGULIM
    2. NEKUDIM
    3. HEKHALOT RABBATI
    4. BERUDIM
    5. YESHUT
    6. NISCHONO
    7. TEHIRU
    8. DIM YONI
    9. TESHUVAH

    Cyro Baptista – percussion
    Brian Marsella – piano, vibraphone
    Shanir Blumenkranz – acoustic bass
    Tim Keiper – drum set

    CD10 MALKHUT
    SECRET CHIEFS 3
    compositions #6, 15, 18, 28, 29, 61, 65, 68, 73, 79, 81, 87

    1. SITRA ACHRA
    2. CHITZONUYUT
    3. SHADIM
    4. NETZOKIM
    5. YEKINAH
    6. NETZACH
    7. SAPAR
    8. MISHKAN
    9. MAKIF
    10. ATZMUT
    11. AYIN
    12. SHEMOT

    Trey Spruance – guitar
    Jason Schimmel – guitar
    Eyvind Kang – violin
    Matt Lebofsky – keyboards
    Shanir Blumenkranz – bass
    Ches Smith – percussion
    Kenny Grohowski – drums

    CD11 DA’AT
    CRAIG TABORN AND VADIM NESELOVSKYI
    compositions #11, 26, 36, 38, 53, 55, 67, 76, 77

    1. PENIMI (take 1)
    2. SETUMAH
    3. BOHU (take 1)
    4. KAYAM (take 1)
    5. PENIMI (take 2)
    6. KETARIM
    7. GE’ULAH
    8. RACHAMIM
    9. OROT
    10. TIKKUN
    11. BOHU (take 2)
    12. KAYAM (take 2)
    13. PENIMI (take 3)

    Craig Taborn – piano (1, 2, 3, 4, 9)
    Vadim Neselovskyi – piano (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

    See the full article here .


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    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 2:21 PM on June 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Agnes Martin, Hildegard von Bingen, Hilma af Klint, John Zorn,   

    From National Sawdust: “Music by John Zorn Presents Women Visionaries: Inspirations from Hildegard von Bingen, Hilma af Klint, and Agnes Martin 

    John Zorn by Scott Irvine – Courtesy of the artist

    From National Sawdust

    Fri, Jun 29, 2018, 7:00 PM
    Tickets at the full article web site, sorry no easy link provided by National Sawdust

    This show is part of Hildegard Month at National Sawdust, held throughout June to celebrate the essential contributions of women to music both past and present.
    In celebration of National Sawdust’s inaugural Hildegard competition and June performance, John Zorn programs a trifecta of concerts celebrating the essential contributions of Women in the Arts.

    This first concert presents three Zorn works inspired by the visionary artists Hildegard von Bingen, Agnes Martin and Hilma Af Klint. Die Traumdeutung was written for the upcoming Hilma Af Klint retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum this fall, and it receives its world premiere here. Also included is one of Zorn’s most beloved and acclaimed works for voice—The Holy Visions, a mystery play in 11 strophes inspired by the life and work of Hildegard von Bingen. To complete the program is a recording of Zorn’s hypnotic work Redbird, dedicated to the brilliant artist Agnes Martin. Specially curated images of Martin works will be projected in the performance space. We give special gratitude to this season’s official audio partner, Devialet for providing speakers to enhance this evening’s audience experience.
    PROGRAM:

    Die Traumdeutung (2017)
    David Fulmer, violin
    Steve Gosling, piano

    The Holy Visions (2012)
    Sarah Brailey, voice
    Elizabeth Bates, voice
    Eliza Bagg, voice
    Rachel Calloway, voice
    Kirsten Sollek, voice

    Redbird (1995)
    played off Devialet

    See the full article here .


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    National Sawdust, is an unparalleled, artist-led, nonprofit venue, is a place for exploration and discovery. A place where emerging and established artists can share their music with serious music fans and casual listeners alike.

    In a city teeming with venues, National Sawdust is a singular space founded with an expansive vision: to provide composers and musicians across genres a home in which they can flourish, a setting where they are given unprecedented support and critical resources essential to create, and then share, their work.

    As a composer, I believe the role of an artist in the 21st century should be that of creator, educator, activist, and entrepreneur. I believe that 21st-century composers/artists need to be thinking about what impact they can have on their existing community, both locally and globally. At NS we believe in remaining flexible and true to the needs of artists. Our core mission is centered on the support of emerging artists, and on commissioning and supporting the seeds of ideas. Each year, we explore one large theme and construct programming and questions around that theme. This year, that theme is Origins. With this season, we are channeling the National Sawdust mission—empowering high-level artistry, regardless of training, genre, or fame—through multicultural artists who tell their stories through their music. Ultimately, Origins is a radical sharing of culture. We hope this cultural storytelling of the highest caliber will help bring our divided country closer together.

    We also believe the future of new art lives in education. To us, education is about giving young people and community members opportunities and tools to explore their potential for artistic and creative expression. But it is also about ensuring that artists themselves never stop learning – about their craft, about the work of their peers, about the business of the arts, about their own capacities to be educators and advocates. NS facilitates this kind of learning by bringing together artists from around the world in exciting composition- based projects, teaching opportunities, cultural exchanges, and hands-on management experience. Through this cultural synthesis artists leave lasting impressions on one another, become more versatile and resilient professionals, and create works that reflect a plural understanding of American society.

    –Paola Prestini, co-founder & Artist Director

    Space waiting

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 3:12 PM on April 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: John Zorn, Masada Book One, Masada Book Three—The Book Beriah, Masada Book Two—The Book of Angels, MASADA project,   

    From Symphony Space: “John Zorn’s Masada Book 3—The Book Beriah” 

    Symphony Space

    John Zorn at the Newport Jazz Festival, 2014

    Overview
    Part of Music

    John Zorn’s Masada project has resulted in some of the most exciting new Jewish Music of the past century. Spawning classic modern bands like the Masada Quartet, Bar Kokhba, Electric Masada, the Masada String Trio. It has inspired cutting-edge interpretations by musicians as varied as Joe Lovano, Secret Chiefs 3, Pat Metheny, Cyro Baptista, Craig Taborn, Garth Knox, David Krakauer, Medeski, Martin and Wood, Cracow Klezmer Band, Eyvind Kang, and countless others. The music of Masada has become a touchstone for new Jewish music in the 21st century.

    During the first decade of Masada (1993-2003) the repertory was focused on Masada Book One.

    1

    2004 saw the birth of Masada Book Two—The Book of Angels.

    2

    2014 saw the beginning of the third decade of the Masada dynasty with John’s final collection of Masada compositions with Book Three—The Book Beriah.

    3

    This special concert, featuring three of the most exciting bands from the extended Masada family—Zion80, Secret Chiefs 3, and Banquet of the Spirits—will be an unforgettable evening of new Jewish Music that runs the gamut of emotions, influences, and styles.

    Born and raised in New York City, composer/performer John Zorn has been a central figure in the Downtown Scene since 1975, incorporating a wide variety of creative musicians into various compositional formats. His work is remarkably diverse and draws inspiration from art, literature, film, theatre, philosophy, alchemy and mysticism as well as music. He founded the Tzadik label in 1995, runs the East Village performance space The Stone and has edited and published eight volumes of musician’s writings under the title ARCANA.

    Co-presented with World Music Institute

    Buy Tickets.

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    4
    Banquet of the Spirits


    Zion 80-Joes Pub. Ben Weitz

    5
    SecretChiefs3

    See the full article here .

    Symphony Space, founded by Isaiah Sheffer and Allan Miller, is a multi-disciplinary performing arts organization at 2537 Broadway on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Performances take place in the 760-seat Peter Jay Sharp Theatre or the 160-seat Leonard Nimoy Thalia. Programs include music, dance, theater, film, and literary readings. In addition, Symphony Space provides literacy programs and the Curriculum Arts Project, which integrates performing arts into social studies curricula in New York City Public Schools.

    Symphony Space traces its beginnings to a free marathon concert, Wall to Wall Bach, held on January 9, 1978, organized by Isaiah Sheffer and Alan Miller.[1] From 1978 to 2001, the theater hosted all of the New York productions by the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players.

    As of 2010, Symphony Space hosts 600 or more events annually, including an annual free music Wall to Wall marathon; Bloomsday on Broadway (celebrating James Joyce’s Ulysses); and Selected Shorts, broadcast nationally over Public Radio International. The New York company of Revels, Inc., also holds its shows there.

    As a pre-eminent multi-disciplinary performing arts center, Symphony Space’s mission is to offer artistic leadership that promotes innovation, excellence, engagement, and accessibility to artists and audiences alike.
    Vision & Values

    Symphony Space’s goal is to be a nationally and internationally recognized cultural leader.
    In keeping with its founding principles, Symphony Space is committed to:

    building and nurturing relationships with established and emerging artists
    encouraging innovation and excellence as the keystones of all presented and produced work
    fostering a creative environment that engages and inspires artists and audiences of all ages

    We are dedicated to serving a broad and diverse community, as demonstrated by the stylistic range of our programming, our reasonable prices (both tickets and rentals), and by our leadership role in arts and literacy education for children and adults.

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

    John Schaefer


    For new music by living composers

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio


    https://www.wnyc.org/
    93.9FM
    https://www.wqxr.org/
    105.9FM
    http://www.thegreenespace.org/

    For great Jazz

    88.3FM http://wbgo.org/

    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

     
  • richardmitnick 7:34 AM on March 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , John Zorn, , , , , On Pitom, , , , ,   

    From National Sawdust: “On Pitom” 

    National Sawdust

    David Krakauer Presents: On Pitom

    Friday, April 20th @ 7pm

    Buy tickets

    About the Show

    “A dazzling debut”
    The Wall Street Journal

    “A rocking band performing catchy, hooky compositions that both pay tribute to and challenge the Jewish tradition…Pitom is a hard-edged new addition to the legacy of Radical Jewish Culture.”
    John Zorn

    Avant-garde rock meets the Jewish tradition in On Pitom, a shredding instrumental band led by guitarist Yoshie Fruchter.

    This fiery quartet combines influences from Frank Zappa, The Melvins and Masada into an exciting band performing catchy compostions that both pay tribute to and challenge its heritage. With two releases on John Zorn’s Tzadik Records, the Radical Jewish Culture series, and more music on the way, On Pitom continues their exploration of the New Jewish rock sound.

    About the Artists

    Pitom is a Jewish jazz-punk-sludge-metal hybrid – the kind of music that could only come from a culture known for wandering. With two successful albums on Tzadik records, the first of which the Wall Street Journal called a “dazzling debut,” Pitom continues to evolve their unique brand of musical adventure. With its cacophonic guitar, surly heavy-metal bass and a soaring violin, their music is so ethereal that the listener needs those mosh-pit drums to rocket them back down to Earth.

    Pitom’s bandleader, guitarist/composer Yoshie Fruchter has been making his mark on the downtown community since 2005.

    2
    Yoshie Fruchter

    Born into a cantorial family, his unique background in Jewish music, jazz and rock give his guitar sound and approach a flavor that is both extremely musical and yet out of control. The other three members of Pitom – bassist Shanir Blumenkrantz, drummer Kevin Zubek and violinist Jeremy Brown, all amazingly talented musicians in their own right, bring influences from traditional klezmer to noise rock to make this thoughtful and groundbreaking music.

    4
    Shanir Blumenkrantz

    5
    Kevin Zubek

    6
    Jeremy Brown

    Tzadik records founder, John Zorn, described Blasphemy as “a fiery and soulful album that you will listen to again and again” and audiences around the world, Jewish or not, have felt the same way. Pitom has performed all over the country and in Eastern and Western Europe including the Atlantique Jazz Festival in France, Otwarda Twarda festival in Warsaw, and Jewish music festivals in Washington DC, Detroit and New York City.

    See the full article here .

    National Sawdust, is an unparalleled, artist-led, nonprofit venue, is a place for exploration and discovery. A place where emerging and established artists can share their music with serious music fans and casual listeners alike.

    In a city teeming with venues, National Sawdust is a singular space founded with an expansive vision: to provide composers and musicians across genres a home in which they can flourish, a setting where they are given unprecedented support and critical resources essential to create, and then share, their work.

    As a composer, I believe the role of an artist in the 21st century should be that of creator, educator, activist, and entrepreneur. I believe that 21st-century composers/artists need to be thinking about what impact they can have on their existing community, both locally and globally. At NS we believe in remaining flexible and true to the needs of artists. Our core mission is centered on the support of emerging artists, and on commissioning and supporting the seeds of ideas. Each year, we explore one large theme and construct programming and questions around that theme. This year, that theme is Origins. With this season, we are channeling the National Sawdust mission—empowering high-level artistry, regardless of training, genre, or fame—through multicultural artists who tell their stories through their music. Ultimately, Origins is a radical sharing of culture. We hope this cultural storytelling of the highest caliber will help bring our divided country closer together.

    We also believe the future of new art lives in education. To us, education is about giving young people and community members opportunities and tools to explore their potential for artistic and creative expression. But it is also about ensuring that artists themselves never stop learning – about their craft, about the work of their peers, about the business of the arts, about their own capacities to be educators and advocates. NS facilitates this kind of learning by bringing together artists from around the world in exciting composition- based projects, teaching opportunities, cultural exchanges, and hands-on management experience. Through this cultural synthesis artists leave lasting impressions on one another, become more versatile and resilient professionals, and create works that reflect a plural understanding of American society.

    –Paola Prestini, co-founder & Artist Director


    For new music by living composers

    John Schaefer

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio

    For great Jazz

    WPRB

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00AM-2:00PM featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Fridays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00PM


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

     
  • richardmitnick 5:27 PM on March 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , John Zorn, , , , , , , , ,   

    From Tzadik: “BOOK BERIAH” 


    John Zorn at Newport 2014

    The BOOK BERIAH
    1

    for release JUNE 1

    See the full article here .


    For new music by living composers

    John Schaefer

    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio

    For great Jazz

    WPRB

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00AM-2:00PM featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Fridays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00PM


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
    Please visit The Jazz Loft Radio project from New York Public Radio

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

     
  • richardmitnick 7:27 PM on March 3, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , John Zorn, , , ,   

    From Tzadik: “The Book Beri’ah” 


    John Zorn at Newport 2014

    1
    The Book Beri’ah
    Available Now For Pre-Order

    THE BOOK BERIAH

    CD1 Keter – SOFIA REI
    CD2 Chokhma – CLERIC
    CD3 Binah – SPIKE ORCHESTRA
    CD4 Chesed – JULIAN LAGE-GYAN RILEY
    CD5 Gevurah – ABRAXAS
    CD6 Tiferet – KLEZMERSON
    CD7 Netzach – GNOSTIC TRIO
    CD8 Hod – ZION80
    CD9 Yesod – BANQUET OF THE SPIRITS
    CD10 Malkhut – SECRET CHIEFS 3

    plus a bonus CD

    CD11 Da’at – CRAIG TABORN and VADIM NESELOVSKYI

    See the full article here .

    For new music by living composers
    newsounds.org from New York Public Radio

    For great Jazz
    WPRB

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm

    Please help promote STEM in your local schools.

    STEM Icon

    Stem Education Coalition

     
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