6pm admission $25/ 15 (students)
8pm admission $25/ 15 (students)
About Dave Liebman:
”Best known from his early-1970s work with Miles Davis, Liebman has
spent his time since then carving out a career that defines
unpredictability. His provocative recordings have veered in multiple
directions…What binds these many albums is his world-class playing.”
Washington Post – Steve Futterman
“Liebman is among the most important saxophonists in contemporary
music . . . a leader and artist of integrity and independent
Leonard Feather – Downbeat
He’s completely inside the instrument and the result is a forceful
complexity that no one, with the possible exception of John Coltrane,
has been able to match. Liebman- as Coltrane often did -displays the
passion of intellect and understands the emotional excitement of
brilliant ideas.” Neil Tesser – Chicago Tribune
About Marc Copland:
“His harmonic ingenuity is amazing….Copland is rightly considered
one of the most important jazz pianists of the decade..”/Dresden
Morning Post (Germany)
“One of the most original pianists in jazz…harmonically he’s unlike
anyone else. This marvelous trio is fresh, assured and independently
“Spontaneous, tasteful, goal-driven and now in his prime, Marc
Copland’s work has grown to the point where he is one of the leading
jazz pianists of his generation.” jazzreview.com (USA)
The Fringe is a trio founded in 1972.
George Garzone – tenor saxophone
Bob Gullotti – drums
John Lockwood – double bass
Novelty Act was created by Singer/Songwriter/Composer Colin Stack in January of 05′ and has played monthly shows in and around the northeast. The active line-up of the band consists of a rotating group of musicians from Boston and New York. The music can best be described as an eclectic mix of rock, bluegrass, rhythm and blues, jazz, folk, and vaudeville.
The StoneTones are comprised of Rick Stone on alto sax, Andrew Stern on guitar, Jef Charland on bass, and Jared Seabrook on drums. Influenced by groups such as Jim Black’s Alas No Axis, Radiohead, and Muse, the group promises to ROCK OUT!!!
We are a group of young musicians united by a passion for music and an enjoyment of live performances. We tour around the state, appealing to everyone.
Grand Fatilla is made up of electric mandolinist Matt Glover, accordionist Roberto Cassan, bassist Mike Rivard (Club d’Elf) & percussionist and singer Fabio Pirozzolo. Together they explore their mutual love for folk music from all over the world, especially the styles born out of the gypsy diaspora, delighting audiences with their passionate take on Modern Global Music. Like an iPod on shuffle the group jumps from Argentine Tangos to Italian Tarantellas… from Turkish sacred Sufi songs to Irish reels, Moroccan trance to Bulgarian dance music, all performed with an emphasis on improvisational group interplay and playful spontaneity.
7:15pm to 8:30pm One set of original music
$5 with student ID
The third Sunday of every month you are invited to hang out at Lilypad for an enriching FREE ﬁlm event. Each event will consist of three parts:
A presenter will contextualize the ﬁlm – historically, thematically, and artistically; followed by a Community Viewing; opening the ﬂoor for Facilitated community interpretation & discussion.
THIS WEEK!October 20: The Ecstatic Truth: Deconstructing Documentary Through Film series: Robert Flaherty’s Nanook of the North
Bar will be open, food for sale from Olecito; bring your own cushions or lawn chair.
Doors open at 4:30; ﬁlms start at 5:00