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Jazz Libre! 2022 Takes Place in NY Next Month – Avant Music News

Showcasing Multicultural FreeJazz & Highlighting the music of the African Diaspora in Latin America In a World of Lies and Division – We bring Art that stands for Truth and Tolerance. As Hispanic/ Latin Heritage Month comes to a close, plan to join us for music, dance, and poetry in New York City!

When: November 5, 10, 11, and 12 at 7pm ET
Where: Flamboyan Theater at The Clemente, 107 Suffolk Street, NYC

Arts for Art is pleased to announce Jazz Libre! 2022, a 4-night program in partnership with The Clemente. Jazz Libre! is an annual event (now in its 11th year) highlighting the music of the African Diaspora in Latin America. This year we feature musicians from Cuba, Argentina, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and more. Full schedule below!


Saturday, November 5
7:00pm Francisco Mora Catlett AfroHORN Sonic Explorations
Sam Newsome – sop sax / Roman Diaz – perc
Francisco Mora Catlett – drs
8:00pm William Parker Southern Satellites
William Parker – composition, bass, reeds, perc / Isaiah Parker – piano
Dave Sewelson – bar sax / Jason Kao Hwang – violin /
Brandon Lopez – bass, perc / Juan Pablo Carletti – perc /
9:00pm Román Diaz Ensemble
Cantantes: Máximo Valdés, Roger Conciglio
Percussion: Clemente Medina, Rafael Monteagudo and Román Díaz

Thursday, November 10
7:00pm Janice Lowe & Namaroon
Janice Lowe – piano, voice / Olithea Anglin – voice, electronics
Yohann Potico – bass guitar
8:00pm Brandon Lopez / Sylvie Courvoisier
Brandon Lopez – bass / Sylvie Courvoisier – piano
9:00pm James Brandon Lewis Dvorak Quartet

Friday. November 11
7:00pm Angelica Sanchez / Chad Taylor
Angelica Sanchez – piano / Chad Taylor – drums
8:30pm` Fred Moten – poetry
9:00pm Cooper-Moore Quartet
DoYeon Kim – gayageum / Matt Mottel – keyboard
Michael TA Thompson – percussion / Cooper-Moore – piano, diddley-bow

Saturday, November 12
7:00pm Colors of The Night
Eri Yamamoto – piano / William Parker – bass / Ikuo Takeuchi – drums
8:00pm Bob Holman – poet
8:30pm Whit Dickey / Rob Brown Duo
Whit Dickey – drums / Rob Brown – alto saxophone
9:30pm Matthew Shipp solo piano

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