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Cooler in the Shade 2006
Innovative Music, Intermedia & Free Lemonade
All concerts at 8:00pm � Admission $10

Lotus Music and Dance, 109 W. 27th, 8th Fl. � NYC
Info & res: 212/627-1076

Friday, Aug. 11 Brian Smith Quartet
Brian Smith - bass
Patience Higgins � woodwinds
Bryan Carrott � vibes
Reggie Nicholson � drums

Brian Smith has been a quiet and constant force in New York�s freejazz scene
for over 3 decades, having performed with Muhal Richard Abrams, Anthony
Braxton, and Roscoe Mitchell. His music continually updates its roots, revealing
those next steps forward for the listener.

Saturday, Aug. 12 Kalvos & Damian: Live and Unhinged
Dennis Bathory-Kitsz � composer, commentator, and voice
David Gunn (Damian) - composer, commentator, and voice
Lydia Busler-Blais � horn and voice
Beth Griffith - voice
Jacqueline Martelle � flute
Joseph Kubera � piano

A salute to these Vermonters as heroes of the Nonpop Music movement, through
their decades-old public radio show which featured oft-hilarious interactions
with countless new musicians. Here, they perform their show as a live event,
featuring their own quirky music performed by a cast of well-wishers.

Friday, Aug. 18 Tom Hamilton & Lisle Ellis
Tom Hamilton - electronics
Lisle Ellis � bass & electronics
Ellery Eskelin � saxophone
Peter Zummo � trombone

As a composer and improviser-bassist, Lisle Ellis� work has brought him
international recognition as an artist with an exceptional vision. His recent
return to NYC last season has connected his improvisational language with a new set
of collaborators. Hamilton draws on his own resources of analog synthesis and
electronic sound design to provide atmospheric context for the ensemble.

Saturday, Aug. 19 Denman Maroney & Mat Maneri
Denman Maroney - hyperpiano
Mat Maneri - violin

These musicians have developed their wide-ranging techniques to make a
complete transformation of their chosen instruments. Maroney attaches moving as well
as fixed and sliding parts to the instrument, often sounding more like a
percussion ensemble. Specializing in various violin derivatives, Maneri has made a
reputation for himself as a challenging composer and daring performer.

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