Posted in music | tour dates on December 15, 2009

by Andrew Frisicano

two of these three guys will be there (one w/ Jenny Scheinman, also on the cover)
Downbeat July

NYC's Winter Jazz Fest will be happening Friday, January 8th and Saturday, January 9th at a handful of Village venues. Both nights include more than a few worth-while acts (Darcy James Argue's Secret Society, Jamie Saft's Whoopie Pie, Vijay Iyer Trio, Jenny Scheinman & Jason Moran, the late-night triple-play of Mary Halvorson, Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition and Tyshawn Sorrey Guitar Trio). Tickets for Friday-only and Saturday-only are on sale, and two-day passes are available too. The full schedule is below...

FRIDAY January 8th

(Le) Poisson Rouge
6:20p Darcy James Argue's Secret Society
7:20p Jamie Leonhart
8:20p ELEW / Eric Lewis
9:20p Nicholas Payton SeXXXtet

Kenny's Castaways Search & Restore Showcase
6:40p Joel Harrison Sextet
7:40p Briggan Krauss' Trio Coordinate
8:40p Jeremy Udden's Plainville
9:40p Matt Wilson Quartet
10:40p Bobby Previte's New Bump Quartet
11:40p Mark Guiliana's Beat Music
12:40a Jamie Saft's Whoopie Pie
1:40a Peter Apfelbaum and the New York Hieroglyphics

Zinc Bar (82 W 3rd St) Revive Da Live showcase
6p Soul Cycle
7p Ben Williams & Sound Effect
8p Chelsea Baratz Quartet
9p Jaleel Shaw Quartet


SATURDAY January 9th

(Le) Poisson Rouge
6p TBA
7p Ben Allison
8p Occidental Brothers Dance Band International
9p Jenny Scheinman & Jason Moran
10p Lionel Loueke
11p Vijay Iyer Trio
12a Bitches Brew Revisited
1a Marco Benevento Trio
2a J.Viewz
3a TBA

Sullivan Hall (214 Sullivan St)
7:30p Gretchen Parlato
8:30p Sachal Vasandani
9:30p Dr. Lonnie Smith
10:30p Zim Ngqawana
11:30p Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet
12:30a Chris Dave Trio
1:30a Global Noize
2:30a TBA

Kenny's Castaways (157 Bleecker St)
6:15p Oran Etkin
7:15p RAAQ
8:15p Linda Oh
9:15p JD Allen Trio
10:15p Mike Reed's People, Places and Things
11:15p Ken Thomson Slow/Fast
12:15p Mary Halvorson
1:15a Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition
2:15a Tyshawn Sorrey Guitar Trio

Bitter End
5:45p Metta Quintet: Big Drum/Small World
6:45p Baptiste Trotignon
7:45p Amanda Monaco's Deathblow
8:45p Elliott Sharp's Terraplane
9:45p The Claudia Quintet with Gary Versace
10:45p Rudder
11:45p Todd Sickafoose Tiny Resistors
12:45a Michael Bellar's As-Is Ensemble
1:45a The Randy Newman Project

Zinc Bar
6p Emile Parisien
7p Jayme Stone's Africa to Appalachia
8p Ibrahim Maalouf
9p Somi



Comments (11)

Matthew Ship is awesome

Posted by Anonymous | December 15, 2009 2:26 PM

Matthew Ship is awesome

Posted by Anonymous | December 15, 2009 2:27 PM

that lineup is awesome

Posted by Anonymous | December 15, 2009 2:43 PM

too badmatt Ship isn't in the line up

Posted by Anonymous | December 15, 2009 3:18 PM

Wow, Matt Shipp on the cover of Downbeat, amagazine that thinks jazz ended in 1955

Posted by jim hildreth | December 15, 2009 4:26 PM

is that really jazz?

Posted by Anonymous | December 15, 2009 10:05 PM

moran is the man. his monk tribute at town hall was epic.

Posted by Anonymous | December 16, 2009 9:12 AM

Shipp IS playing!... He's playing with Zim Nqgawana at Sullivan Hall at 10:30pm on Saturday Jan 9, full band includes Zim, Shipp, William Parker and Nasheet Waits

Posted by Brice Rosenbloom | December 17, 2009 12:04 PM

Does a 2-day ticket let you travel in-between venues throughout the night?

Posted by Slippery Pete | December 21, 2009 4:59 PM

Correct, a 2-day pass allows you entry to all clubs during the times listed on the schedule page of the website,

Posted by brice Rosenbloom | December 21, 2009 8:57 PM

Matthew Shipp is truly one of the leading lights of a new generation of jazz giants.

Imagine at age 5 he is already playing piano. It simply shows that he is born talented!

Posted by boiler cover | May 1, 2010 6:50 AM

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