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Cornelia Street Café Announces Weekend Line-Up, 7/30 - 8/2

From July 30th to August 2nd, the Cornelia Street Café (29 Cornelia St.) hosts Jacam Manricks Group, Kris Davis, Ingrid Laubrock, Kirk Nurock, and many more. For more information, please call 212-989-9319 or visit www.corneliastreetcafe.com.

On Friday, July 30th, Jacám Manricks Group will perform at 9PM and 10:30PM. Saxophonist Jacám Manricks takes us along a new Jazz tangent on his breathtaking tour de force release "Trigonometry." This exciting musical program covers all the angles as Manricks' brilliant original compositions will be presented by an amazing group of players, including celebrated drummer Ari Hoenig , steadfast bassist Joe Martin, and the ever bombastic George Colligan on piano. Cover is $10. Please visit http://www.jacammanricks.com.

On Saturday, July 31st, Kris Davis with John Hebert and Tom Rainery perform at 8:30PM. CD release party for Good Citizen on Fresh Sound Records Good Citizen is Davis' fourth release on Fresh Sound Records as a leader. The music she composed for the trio, featuring John Hebert and Tom Rainey, creates short, concise pieces, and focuses on the interplay within the trio. Please visit http://www.krisdavis.net. Later at 10:30PM, Kris Davis joins Ingrid Laubrock and Tyshawn Sorey for the CD release party for Paradoxical Frog on Clean Feed Records.

Kirk Nurock performs on Sunday, August 1st at 6PM. Kirk Nurock orchestrated for Leonard Bernstein, Dizzy Gillespie and Meredith Monk, composed a work for 2O voices and 3 canines which he conducted at Carnegie Hall, and won a scholarship at age 16, awarded by Duke Ellington. But when he sits down to a piano, strange universes collide. Nurock deconstructs standards and jazz classics through a highly personal post-modernism. Cover is $10 with a $7 drink minimum.

At 8:30PM, the Eri Yamamoto Trio perform. This new album of her all-new, all-original pieces are all brought to life with ebullience and deep sensitivity by her long-running Trio partners, bassist David Ambrosio and drummer Ikuo Takeuchi. Half of these pieces were composed as a new soundtrack suite to the 1932 silent film,"I was born, but...", by Japanese director asujiro Ozu, one of the most important filmmakers in cinema history. The film deals with the unchanging human situation that we don't choose which family we're born into, and the problems that come with this. While Ozu's film is serious and sometimes heartbreaking, it also has lightness and humor; Yamamoto's compositions accentuate this emotional complexity. The other five pieces, equally compelling and far ranging in mood, were composed through capturing Eri's experiences living in NYC and her touring around the world over the last two years. Cover is $10. Please visit http://www.eriyamamoto.com.

On Monday, August 2nd, at 8:30PM, there is an alternative guitar meeting with Vic Juris and Mary Halvorsen and then at 10PM with Pete McCan and Adam Rodgers. Guitarist/composer and guest curator Joel Harrison has assembled some of the world's finest improvising guitarists for a three day festival at Cornelia St. Café focusing on duos that bring together unusual, (mostly) first-time, pairings. The emphasis is on fearless innovators and improvisers- jazz, country, blues, rock, prog, noise, Indian, and classical will seamlessly meld together. Cover for each set is $10.

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