Jane Ira Bloom Nightskywriting Trio at Cornelia Street Cafe

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Add to Calendar 2014-09-14 2014-09-14 35 Jane Ira Bloom Nightskywriting Trio at Cornelia Street Cafe 2014 Jazz Journalist & Downbeat Winner for Soprano Saxophone and NASA artist Jane Ira Bloom brings her NightSkywriting Trio to the Cornelia Street Café for the first time. She’s joined by long-time bandmates Mark Dresser on bass and drummer & elektro acoustic percussionist Jerry Granelli. The trio’s collaboration dates back to Bloom’s 1993 Art & Aviation recording project following her commission for the NASA Art Program.

The Night Skywriting Trio has performed site-specific concert performances collaborating with planetarium light shows at The National Air & Space Museum’s Einstein Planetarium in Washington DC and the Novins Planetarium in New Jersey. They’ve also performed live in concert at the Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center and the Kennedy Space Center.

Don't miss these seasoned sonic explorers as they navigate the space ways. They always find new ways to jetison the trio into zero-g and beyond.

“Something new and exciting…like hang gliding through the universe” -- Don Albert, Newstime


$15 cover plus $10 minimum
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Amanda Bloom added this event on 2014-08-25 09:42:11.

Where

Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street
New York, NY
212-989-9319

When

Sun, September 14, 2014
8:30 pm

Tickets

$15

Musicians

Jane Ira Bloom

Jane Ira Bloom
sax, soprano

Mark Dresser

Mark Dresser
bass, acoustic

Jerry Granelli

Jerry Granelli
percussion

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2014 Jazz Journalist & Downbeat Winner for Soprano Saxophone and NASA artist Jane Ira Bloom brings her NightSkywriting Trio to the Cornelia Street Café for the first time. She’s joined by long-time bandmates Mark Dresser on bass and drummer & elektro acoustic percussionist Jerry Granelli. The trio’s collaboration dates back to Bloom’s 1993 Art & Aviation recording project following her commission for the NASA Art Program.

The Night Skywriting Trio has performed site-specific concert performances collaborating with planetarium light shows at The National Air & Space Museum’s Einstein Planetarium in Washington DC and the Novins Planetarium in New Jersey. They’ve also performed live in concert at the Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center and the Kennedy Space Center....
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