William Parker at Revolution Books

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William Parker. Please see www.williamparker.net

Location: 437 Malcolm X Blvd @ 132nd • Take 2/3 to 135th.

Saturday, December 15, 7:30 pm. William Parker and ensemble.

A Benefit Performance for Revolution Books.

“The most consistently brilliant free jazz bassist of all time...”-- Village Voice.

On Saturday, December 15, William Parker and ensemble will perform the suite "Criminals in the White House" No Joke on the stage at Revolution Books.

William Parker joins with Revolution Books and you at a moment when the planet and the future of humanity are in peril. Come and enjoy an evening of music that breaks boundaries... poetic, lyrical, and with the fire of revolution.

Revolution Books is the only place where you find the way out of the madness. You find the most radical revolution in the work and leadership of Bob Avakian who has developed the new communism aimed at the emancipation of humanity.

Your donation is essential to keeping Revolution Books open and expanding our programming and selection of books.

About William Parker: William Parker is a bassist, improviser, composer, writer, and educator. He has recorded over 150 albums, published six books, taught and mentored hundreds of young musicians and artists. He has been called “one of the most inventive bassists/leaders since Charles Mingus.”
http://www.williamparker.net/

William Parker's ensemble on December 15 will feature: William Parker, bass…words and music

James Brandon Lewis, tenor sax

Steve Swell, trombone

Jackson Krall, drums

Patricia Nicholson, spoken word

Tickets:

$100 ( includes preferred seating and a Revolution Books tote bag).

$50 (includes preferred seating)
$30 general seating.

Tickets available at www.eventbrite.com (search “William Parker”).

Please call 212-691-3345 or visit Revolution Books.

Revolution Books is all-volunteer and not-for-profit.

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