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Petros Klampanis Contextual at Cornelia Street Cafe

Where

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

When

Fri, May 16, 2014
8:30 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-05-16 8:30 pm 2014-05-16 Petros Klampanis Contextual at Cornelia Street Cafe CONTEXTUALgroup returns at Cornelia street Cafe, on Friday the 26th of May at 8:30pm. Original music and covers played in a exploratory yet lyrical way, by a string 4tet and piano double bass.

Jean-Michel Pilc//piano
Gilad Hekselman//guitar
John Hadfield//percussion
Maria Im//violin
TBA//viola
Maria Manousaki//violin
Colin Stokes//cello

Petros Klampanis//bass, looper

Special Guest: TBA

The experience is vivid: following Klampanis’ conceptions throughout the night, the styles mingling with complimentary undertones, one will always be engaged and in anticipation of what’s next. No matter what instrumentation used, and whether playing a jazz standard, traditional Greek folk song, or Paul McCartney tune, the outcome is always breathtaking.

$10 cover plus $10 minimum

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Musicians

Gilad Hekselman
Petros Klampanis
Petros Klampanis
bass, acoustic
Jean-Michel Pilc

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CONTEXTUALgroup returns at Cornelia street Cafe, on Friday the 26th of May at 8:30pm. Original music and covers played in a exploratory yet lyrical way, by a string 4tet and piano double bass.

Jean-Michel Pilc//piano
Gilad Hekselman//guitar
John Hadfield//percussion
Maria Im//violin
TBA//viola
Maria Manousaki//violin
Colin Stokes//cello

Petros Klampanis//bass, looper

Special Guest: TBA

The experience is vivid: following Klampanis’ conceptions throughout the night, the styles mingling with complimentary undertones, one will always be engaged and in anticipation of what’s next. No matter what instrumentation used, and whether playing a jazz standard, traditional Greek folk song, or Paul McCartney tune, the outcome is always breathtaking....

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Ifigenia Kondyli uploaded this event on March 1, 2014

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