11-29-11: Dave Burrell, Inside and Out

November 29, 2011 at 7:45 am Leave a comment

Dave Burrell

This Saturday and Sunday, Creative Differences hosts Labyrinths, a celebration of three great piano innovators at Baltimore’s Windup Space.  Baltimore’s own Lafayette Gilchrist will perform. New York State-based Marilyn Crispell will be there, too—she studied classical piano and composition at New England Conservatory, and her free jazz solo sets have been compared to a quote “active volcano.”

Also performing at Labyrinths is pianist Dave Burrell. Today, he tells Tom about his wide-ranging five-decade career, which has embraced everything from jazz opera to Jelly Roll Morton to the most avant of the avant garde.[audio http://stream.publicbroadcasting.net/production/mp3/wypr/local-wypr-995298.mp3]

Labyrinths at The Windup Space

$35 advance two-night pass available at Brown Paper Tickets

$20 per evening at the door

Saturday 12/3 @ 8pm (doors @ 7.30pm)

Lafayette Gilchrist – solo

Inside Out (Lafayette Gilchrist, Michael Formanek, Eric Kennedy)

Dave Burrell with Michael Formanek & Eric Kennedy

Sunday 12/4 @ 7.30pm (doors @ 7pm)

Dave Burrell – solo

Marilyn Crispell and Michael Formanek Duo

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