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A Concert to Benefit Japan Earthquake Relief Hosted by John Zorn at Abrons Arts Center

Chris Rich uploaded this event on March 21, 2011


Abrons Arts Center
66 Grand Street (at Pitt Street)
New York, NY


Fri, April 8, 2011
6:30p, 9:30p

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$35 to $50

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John Zorn
saxophone, alto


Abrons Arts Center presents

A Concert to Benefit Japan Earthquake Relief Hosted by John Zorn and featuring Norah Jones, Thurston Moore, Jesse Harris with Ikue Mori, Masada String Trio, Vinicius Cantuária, many more, plus surprise guests

Friday, April 8, 2011 6:30pm and 9:30pm shows $35 Balcony seating; $50 Orchestra seating 100% of proceeds will be donated to support Japan Society's Earthquake Relief Fund.

Friday, April 8 at ABRONS ART CENTER

6:30 pm Jack Quartet, Milford Graves, Mark Feldman & Sylvie Courvoisier, Elliott Sharp, Ikue Mori & John Zorn, Jamie Saft and New Zion Trio, Miya Masaoa, Aya Nishina and Friends, Erik Friedlander, the Alhambra Trio with Rob Burger, Ned Rothenberg, Masada String Trio, Gyan Riley, Matthew Shipp and Thurston Moore...

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