AIRLFT returns to the Commodore John Barry Arts and Cultural Center -- Fantastic food, drinks, and of course THE MUSIC - and a plus for vegetarians, the food options are delicious. Mt. Airy's Sparsely Safe-Distanced Live Music Spot.
Live music by Elliott Levin & Dave Hotep
5 p.m. JD Parran Spirit Stage 2: performs the music of Oliver Lake JD Parran – tenor sax / Gwendolyn Laster – violin / Kelvyn Bell – guitar Bill Lowe – bass trombone / Hilliard Greene – bass / Gene Lake – drums Patricia Nicholson – choreography / Jason Jordan, Miriam Parker – dance / Amir Bey – head dress
6 p.m. Oliver Lake’s JUSTICE with Sonic Liberation Front Oliver Lake: composer, arranger, conduction, spoken word Elliot Levin: tenor sax / Veronica Jurkiewicz: violin / Matt Engle: acoustic bass Kevin Diehl: drumkit, synth drums / Jameka Gordon: flute Voices: Chaela Harris – alto / Ravi Seenerine – tenor / Shanon Chua – soprano
7:30 p.m. Oliver Lake – poetry / Andrew Cyrille – drums
8:00 p.m. World Saxophone Quartet David Murray – tenor, bass clarinet / James Carter – baritone / Greg Osby – tenor sax / Bruce Williams – alto, soprano sax
$45-65 ($15 Livestream)
Clavius Productions presents two sets of avant-jazz improvisation with Skeeter Shelton’s Spectrum 3 (from Detroit) and the local trio of Elliott Levin, Dave Hotep and Scott Verrastro.