Jazz at Lincoln Center
With drummer Andrew Cyrille, guitarist Bill Frisell, bassist Ben Street, keyboardist and electronics Richard Teitelbaum “Good jazz drummers offer firm grounding for adventurous music. Great ones open up altogether fresh landscapes. Andrew Cyrille fits comfortably in the latter category.” – The Wall Street Journal Andrew Cyrille is one of the preeminent jazz and avant-garde drummers, having worked extensively with Cecil Taylor and with Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Coleman Hawkins, Mary Lou Williams, and other significant artists. He’s also a powerful force as a composer and bandleader. Tonight’s performance will showcase his new quartet featuring groundbreaking synthesizer artist Richard Teitelbaum, prolific bassist Ben Street, and guitarist Bill Frisell, who has sold out numerous shows in The Appel Room. They’ll be performing music from their highly celebrated debut album The Declaration of Musical Independence, a varied a collection of music that includes compositions by every member of the band. These four icons perform together for one night only at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, so don’t miss it.