2 sets at this new exotic Bushwick nightclub! Part of Jim Black’s residency on the Batterie series featuring drummers. Details and tickets here.
Jim Black - Drums
Jonathan Goldberger - Guitar
JP Schlegelmilch - Yamaha YC-30 Electric Organ
8PM James Brandon Lewis Trio - James Brandon Lewis, Luke Stewart, Warren Trae Crudup III
9PM Visitors - JP Schlegelmilch, Jonathan Goldberger and Jim Black
10PM Anteloper - Jaimie Branch and Jason Nazary
I'm so proud to be a part of this benefit concert on Friday at Littlefield. Hearing Things will be performing with two incredible bands, Shilpa Ray and The Kominas. All ticket sales will be going to support two incredible organizations, Sapna NYC and Women for Afghan Women.
Fri, January 27, 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
$25 admission, raffle ticket
$50 admission, raffle ticket and drink
Tickets are available here.
Hearing Things goes on at 8pm!
More info about the organizations is below. Hope to see you there!
Sapna NYC transforms the lives of South Asian immigrant women by improving physical and mental health, expanding economic opportunities and building a collective voice for change.
Women for Afghan Women
Women for Afghan Women is a grassroots, human rights organization dedicated to securing and protecting the rights of disenfranchised Afghan women and girls in Afghanistan and New York, particularly their rights to develop their individual potential, to self-determination, and to be represented in all areas of life: political, social, cultural and economic.
JP Schlegelmilch – Solo Piano (9:30)
A wide-ranging solo recital featuring Robert Schumann’s Kinderszenen Op. 15, as well as original compositions, improvisations, and jazz standards.
Greg Chudzik – Solo electric bass and electronics (8:30)
Greg Chudzik performs his own compositions for electric bass and electronics (www.soundcloud.com/greg-chudzik). Weaving textures both foreign and native to the electric bass, Chudzik’s aim is to invite the listener into a captivating sound-world. Like an immense glacier floating in an immensly larger ocean, the music slowly moves within an environment of space, reminding the listener both of being alone and of being amidst.
8pm: Clarinetist Nuno Antunes with cellist Maria Jeffers and pianist Vlada Yaneva.
9pm: Old Time Musketry : Adam Schneit, Phil Rowan, Max Goldman, JP Schlegelmilch
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We are located near the Beverley Rd. Q train stop in Ditmas Park Brooklyn. Please contact us for exact location.
We ask for a minimum $10 suggested donation which goes entirely to the musicians.