SUN FEB 23 3PM Admission is free,
and child care will be provided. Third Unitarian Church, located at 301 N.
Mayfield in Chicago.
LINGUA MUSICA CONCERT Call 773-764-0503 for information
Composer/pianist Donald Neale and his world-music ensemble Lingua Musica continue their 2003 concert series with a
special program celebrating Black History Month. The concert will feature guest vocalists Holly McGuire and Kim Franklin and
harmonica virtuoso Jeff Grossberg. Ensemble leader Donald Neale will premiere his composition "Shadow of the Blues",
musical settings for the classic group of poems by the same name by African-American author Langston Hughes.
Hughes was a pioneering author, poet and playwright, and a leading figure in the Harlem Rennaissance movement of the '20's and '30's.
His work richly describes the lives of Black Americans, and music often figures prominently in his writing.
SUN FEB 23 4PM, 8PM, 10PM/$20 JAZZ SHOWCASE
Sonny Fortune with Willie Pickens, Larry Gray, and Dana Hall
SUN FEB 23 6-7PM DELMARK RECORDING ARTISTS FEATURED ON 90.9 FM WDCB PUBLIC RADIO
This week: AACM
FEB 23 4PM $12/Students/Seniors:$9 / Jazz Room Series / Shea Performing Arts
William Paterson University 300 Pompton Road, Wayne, NJ 973-720-3802
Damon DueWhite, drums
Lyndon Achee, steel drums
Billy Grant, bass
Oliver Lake, alto saxophone
TUES FEB 25 12:15PM/Free The Randolph Café - Chicago
Cultural Center 78 East Washington, Chicago
JOANIE PALLATTO "WHO WROTE THIS SONG?" with WILLIE PICKENS and SPARROW
"The Composers" in celebration of Black History Month
Vocalist/lyricist/composer/arranger and recording engineer Joanie Pallatto salutes Black History Month with a living tribute
to black composers that span the last 150 years of world music history, with great music by Scott Joplin, Duke Ellington,
Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Brown, Jr., Betty Carter, Stevie Wonder and more. The great Chicago piano veteran Willie Pickens, along with original music from Chicago composer-pianist Sparrow, will accompany Joanie.
Also contact the Department of Cultural Affairs at 312-744-6630 http://www.ci.chi.il.us/CulturalAffairs
TUES FEB 25 10PM-12:30AM/$3 Donation/LILLY’s 2513 N.
Lincoln Ave, just north of the Biograph Theater
Mike Caskey: Drums
Eric Koppa: Saxophones
Teddy Ribbens: Bass
Paul Spata: Percussion
John Zelisko: Guitar
This is a new group in Chicago, featuring many of my extremely talented friends
doing things we've always wanted to do with each other in public...PLAY MUSIC!!!
New Compositions as well as Good-time, shake your ass music!!!
WED FEB 26 9PM-12 VELVET LOUNGE 2128 1/2 S. Indiana Avenue 312-791-9050
Greg Ward Trio and jam session. Every Wednesday!!
Greg Ward II-Alto Sax Tod Hill-Bass Marcus Evans-Drums
You won't want to miss this event. Bring your axes so you can participate!!! Tell your friends!! Hope to see you there!!!
WED FEB 26 8-12PM Melange Blue 2809 Butterfield Rd., Oak Brook, IL 60523 (630) 571-3600 or www.melangeblue.com
(SE corner of Butterfield and Meyers Rds, adjacent to I-88 E/W Tollway)
Marshall Vente-Scott Mason DUO Plus, “our girl from Ipanema” Rita Duarte!
Melange Blue specializes in Mediterranean
cuisine (Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, France and Morocco).
Check it out and help support live jazz in area code 630!
THU FEB 27 8PM, 10PM/$20 JAZZ SHOWCASE
David "Fathead" Newman Quartet
>>>>>>>>>> Thursday Feb 27
Grazyna Auguscik joins Dianne Reeves on her tour
@ Pabst Theater in Milwaukee >>>>>> a see you there all.
more >>> http://www.gmasounds.com/upcoming.html >>> http://pabsttheater.org
g r a z y n a a u g u s c i k q u i n t e t
>>>>> pabst theater in milwaukee > 7:30 p.m.featuring:
grazyna auguscik vocal, ernie adams – drums, john mclean guitar
eric hochberg - bass, david onderdonk - guitar
THU FEB 27 8-11PM Heatland Café, 7000 N. Glenwood, Chicago
Kathyrn Gauthier with Chris White on keyboard
Expect several guest artists to sit in for a special evening of
music and laughter. In fact, if you feel inspired, bring along a percussion
instrument yourself and feel free to join in.
THU FEB 27 9:30PM @ 3030, 3030 W Cortland Ave Chicago 773-862-3616
3030 is a former Pentecostal church located at 3030 W. Cortland Ave.,
one block south of Armitage between Humboldt Blvd. and Kedzie.
Parking is easiest on Armitage. For more information, please check the
3030 website at www.elasticrevolution.com, or call the space at
Concert thirty-one in the 3030 improvised music series.
SET ONE: MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN/FRED LONBERG-HOLM DUO
Malcolm Goldstein: violin
Fred Lonberg-Holm: cello
SET TWO: THE ARAM SHELTON OCTET
Aram Shelton: reeds
Guillermo Gregorio: reeds
Keefe Jackson: reeds
Josh Berman: cornet
Fred Lonberg-Holm: cello
Kevin Davis: cello
Brian Dibblee: bass
Jason Roebke: bass
A composer, violinist, and improviser, Malcolm Goldstein
has been active in the presentation of new music and
dance since the early 1960s, when he participated in the
Tone Roads Ensemble, Judson Dance Theater and
Experimental Intermedia Foundation in New York City.
Though trained as a classical violinist, his music became
focused on open improvisation (Soundings received acclaim
for having "re-invented violin playing") and structured
improvisation-composition. Numerous composers, as diverse
as John Cage and Ornette Coleman, have written music for
him. Since the late 1970s he has toured extensively throughout
North America, Europe and Japan, where he has presented
concerts of his music at several New Music America festivals,
the Acustica International Festival (West German Radio,
Cologne), and as director of the Ensemble for New Music of
the Frankfurt Hessischer Rundfunk.