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Derek Bailey w/Baptiste, Mori, Staley, Zorn

Friday, November 26, 1999. 9:00 pm
The seminal, once and future improvising master, guitarist Derek Bailey, performs three nights in combination with a rotating cast: on Friday […]

Roulette at Lincoln Center

Saturday, January 30, 1999. 8:00 pm
Roulette Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center 20th Anniversary Benefit Concert 8:00pm Saturday, January 30, 1999 Clapping Music (1972) Steve Reich […]

Erik Friedlander

Wednesday, May 14, 1997. 9:00 pm
Erik Friedlander’s TOPAZ. Cellist Erik Friedlander leads this funky, rhythmic trio, featuring Andy Laster on alto saxophone and Stomu […]

Roulette at The Knitting Factory

Roulette at The Knitting Factory
Wednesday, December 18, 1996. 8:00 pm
Roulette At The Knitting Factory Alterknit Theatre: Phill Niblock, Dan Evans Farkas, Ben Manley and Matt Rogalsky Impossible Music (Tim Spelios, […]

Roulette at The Knitting Factory

Roulette at The Knitting Factory
Tuesday, December 17, 1996. 8:00 pm
Roulette At The Knitting Factory Alterknit Theatre: Ron Kuivila: “Locus of Focus” Lois Vierk “Twister” with Anita […]

John Zorn

Wednesday, March 20, 1996. 9:00 pm
Zorn presents Masada String Trio, with Mark Feldman – violin, Eric Friedlander – cello, and Greg Cohen – bass. John […]

John Zorn: Absynthe & Masada Songs

Saturday, December 9, 1995. 8:00 pm
A Roulette Benefit Concert, with composer Zorn on synth, sampler, and voice; Marc Ribot on microtonally-tuned guitar; Kato Hideki on bass; Jim […]

Nostradamus Improv Fest (Day 3)

Wednesday, November 29, 1995. 8:00 pm
Day 3 of the Improv Festival which, over the course of the run, included Jim Staley and J.A. Deane, trombones; Ikue Mori, drum machines; Fred […]

Nostradamus Improv Fest (Day 2)

Tuesday, November 28, 1995. 8:00 pm
Day 2 of the Improv Festival which, over the course of the run, included Jim Staley and J.A. Deane, trombones; Ikue Mori, drum machines; Fred […]

Nostradamus Improv Fest (Day 1)

Monday, November 27, 1995. 8:00 pm
Day 3 of the Improv Festival which, over the course of the run, included Jim Staley and J.A. Deane, trombones; Ikue Mori, drum machines; Fred […]