Fri, June 21st

*FREE ADMISSION* Make Music NY: The Brass Ascension Afterparty


Doors 9:00pm
Advance Price FREE w/ RSVP (Click on Tickets Below)
Door Price
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Make Music NY: The Brass Ascension Afterparty


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Lucky Chops Brass Band


The Lucky Chops Brass Band can and will make you dance harder than you thought physically possible. Equipped with enough energy to make Thomas Edison blush, the Chops have been bringing the brass to New York City since 2006 and aren't planning on stopping anytime soon. The band combines unhealthy amounts of New Orleans Jazz, Rock n' Roll and Golden era Hip Hop to create a musical disease for which there is no antidote. Well, we warned you.

Frank London


Trumpeter/composer Frank London, a member of the Klezmatics and the Hasidic New Wave, and has performed with a wide range of artists from John Zorn, LaMonte Young to They Might Be Giants and LL Cool J. He is featured on over 100 CDs and  his projects include the folk-opera A Night In The Old Marketplace, Frevo Bombastico and The Brotherhood of the Brass. He was music director for David Byrne and Robert Wilson´s The Knee Plays, taught Jewish music in Canada, and produced CDs for Gypsy legend Esma Redzepova, and Algerian pianist Maurice el Medioni.
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David Glukh Klezmer Ensemble


DGKE brings a distinctly New York flavor to the centuries-old tradition of Klezmer music. Their performances include traditional klezmer along with special "fusions" between klezmer and other musical traditions of the world. (Irish, Gypsy, Classical, Latin, Jazz, Georgian, Middle-Eastern, Chinese, Macedonian, Israeli, Hassidic, Russian, Funk, Tango, Flamenco, Indian etc.) and improvisational world-beat. The group has performed in such prestigious concert venues as Merkin Concert Hall, Alice Tully Hall in New York's Lincoln Center. Wharton Center for Performing Arts in Michigan, Skirball Center for the Arts in Los Angeles.

Reut Regev's R*time


Born and raised in Israel, Trombonist Reut Regev has been living in NYC for over a decade, collaborating, recording and touring with some of the finest musicians in various fields, including Latin, Klezmer, Rock, Blues, Jazz, contemporary classical and improvised music. She has recorded and toured with Anthony Braxton, Butch Morris, Joe Bataan, Hazmat Modine and Frank London to name a few. 

In her band R*time, Reut combines influences from her versatile experience, while keeping soul and creativity as the guiding light. Her music has been described as "Stoner Funk", "Futuristic Tribalism" , "worldly informed" and as music that "straddles the heavy metal bebop divide." 
For this special event Reut is happy to feature guitarist Jean Paul Bourelly (Muhal Richard Abrams, Miles Davis. Elvin Jones), on a rare visit to NYC, Bassist Mark Peterson (James Blood Ulmer, Ornette Coleman, Joan Baez), and Igal Foni, one of NYC's best kept secrets on Drums. This is the Full quartet as featured on Reut's  recent Enja release "Exploring the Vibe".

Reut Regev - Trombone
Jean Paul Bourelly - Guitar
Mark Peterson - Bass
Igal Foni - Drums