Daily News from New York, New York on March 2, 1990 · 45
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Daily News from New York, New York · 45

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Friday, March 2, 1990
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. Friday, March 2, 1990 DAILY NEWS 45 3 EXTRA LISTINGSC 3 r.WGBC Compiled by CAROLAIMETTI The MotfopoBtaa Opera presents "Die EntfOhrungaus dem Serail" tonight at 8. Tomorrow's performances are "Faust" at 1:30 and '"Samson et Dalila" at8. (212) 362-6000. The New York Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta with pianist Maurizlo Pollinl perform tonight and tomorrow at 8 in Avery Rsher Hall. (212) 874-2424. In Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall, the Vertneer Quartet plays tonight at 8. Tomorrow, chamber music of Barnard Ernest Neuwirth will be played at 2. The Sartori Wind Quintet appears at 5:$0. (212) 247-7800. . e Muslea de Camera performs tomorrow at 8 in Merkin Concert Hall. On Sun-; day, the Beethoven Society offers a . '"Trio Festival" at 3, and violinist Maria Bachmana plays at 8. (212) 362-8719. e Bargemuslc features cellist Gary Hoffman, pianist Rita Sloan and violinist Mark Peskanov in concert Sunday at 4 in the barge at Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn. (718) 624-4061. e The New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra under Robert Back plays tonight at 8 in Symphony Space (95th St & Broadway, 212864-5400). e The Brooklyn Lyric Opera presents "The Tales of Hoffmann" tomorrow at 8; Sunday at 3 in Hirsch Hall (100th St. & West End Ave.. 718837-1176.) e The Cosmopolitan Symphony Orchestra under Barbara Yahr performs tomorrow at 2 in Town Hall. (212) 840-2824. Pianist George Shearing headlines the gala benefit "Jazz Salutes Bach!" tomorrow at 7:30 in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Central Park West at 65th St, 212877-6815). e Soviet baritone Dmitri Hvoras-tovsky makes his U.S. debut recital Sunday at 8 in Alice Tully Hall. The Borodin Quartet plays there at 2, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center appears at 5. (212) 362-1911. CARNEGIE HALUTonight&tomorrow Tony Bennett performs at 8. Tix are $27.50-$32.50 at the box office (154 W. 57th St., 247-7800), Ticketron (947-5850). e MADISON SQUARE GARDEN: Tomorrow's "Uuvia de Estrellas" features Jose, Jose; Vlckl Carr; Ricardo Montaner at 8:30. Tix are $25-$35 at the box office (Seventh Ave. between 31st & 33d Sts.), TicketMaster (307-7171). MEADOWLANDS ARENA: Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine with opener Chas Elstner take the stage tonight at 8. Tix are $20, $22.50 at the box office, TicketMaster. RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL: Spanish singer Emmanuel performs tonight at 8. Tix are $22.50-$27.50. Stephanie Mills & singer Christopher Williams team up tomorrow at 8. Tix are $20, $30 at the box office (50th St & Sixth Ave.) & TicketMaster. e THE RITZ: Jesus & Mary Chain with openers 9-Inch Nails perform tomorrow at 11. Tix are $18.50 (advance), $19.50 (d.o.s.) at the box office (254 54th St., 541-8900) & TicketMaster. e SYMPHONY SPACE: Bolivia's folk troupe Qrupo Aymara perform tomorrow at 8. Tix are $15 at the box office (Broadway at 95th St, 864-5400). e I.S. 227 QUEENS (The Louis Armstrong Middle School): Jon Faddis Quartet, Bob Cunningham AH Star Quintet benefit the school's jazz project, tomorrow at 7. Tix are $10, $15. (32-02 Junction Blvd. E. Elmhurst 718335- 7500). I IrW I e THE BITTER END, 147 Bleecker St. (673-7030): Rennie & the Authority, The World, tonight Purple Hearts, Van Gelder, Gordon Gaines Trio, tomorrow. Starred Kerns are highly It i ftx 1mJ- V V i - Zl .. WV J l: t :-:-::-:- Tvti-:- ww-V1 :-::-:-:-:-:-::-:-:::-:-:-; -:?!-:. X-:: -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:w:::w::- :-. h-l-xttt- WILL & THE BUSHMEN: (I. to r.) Mark Pfaff, Will Kimbrough, Sam - TTCd Manmraiplto nHE ONLY REAL THOUGHT WILL Tand the Bushmen ever gave to their U image is that they'd let somebody else think about it That's fairly good thinking, since there isn't much to say about it Singer and guitarist Will Kimbrough and his three buddies just kind of take the stage and play music. They blow some harmonica here, twang up a little rockabilly there. You can hear some country in what they do, and some blues. Some of their songs have titles like "Three Girls From Detroit," which isn't THE BOTTOM LINE, 15 W. Fourth St (228-6300): Michal Urbaniak, Urszula Dudziak, tonight. Kenny Rankin, tomorrow. CAT CLUB, 76 E. 13th St. (505-0090): Catania, tonight N.Y. Swing Society presents Bill Conway's Swing Express, Sunday. CBGB, 315 Bowery (982-4052): Big Holy Crew, J ax. Tribe 375, The Senders, Roues, Pathos Plan, tonight. Rockphon-ics. Liquid Lovers, Friction Wheel, No-zums, Hope, House of God, tomorrow. OWT, Kinnard & Lo, Bosho, Drum Midi Evil, Sunday. DELTA 88, 332 Eighth Ave. (924-3499): Joan Osborne, tonight White Collar Crime, tomorrow. e EAGLE TAVERN, 355W. 14th St. (924-0275): Skip Healy. Bob Drouin, Mance Grady, tonight e KENNY'S CASTAWAYS, 157 Bleecker St (489-9870): B.Q.C., Just Us, Frozen Concentrate, tonight Benny &the Bashers, Bogardt&Shanfy, Faces in the Crowd, Nobody's Business, tomorrow. o KNITTING FACTORY, 47 E. Houston St (219-3055): Ian Hunter, Mick Ron-son, tonight e LONESTAR ROADHOUSE, 240 W. 52d St (245-2950): The Hunter-Ron-son Band, tonight Kinky Friedman, Mojo Nixon, Treat Her Right, tomorrow. e ROCK IT ROLL CAFE, 149 Bleecker St (677-7630): Stradivarius, tonight BAC, tomorrow. Robert Ross Band, Sunday. e RODEO BAR, 375 Third Ave. at 27th ,811(683:6500): The Premiers, tonight , fewi&Urf ' half-bad, you have to admit And right at the moment they're doing what most "American music" bands are doing: hitting the circuit playing the small spots and hoping that the right person notices on the right night Of course, even getting to that point has been a triumph. Just like their music. Tonight Will & the Bushmen play Woody's, Ron Wood's club. David Hinckley At Second Ave. and E. 4th St. at 10 p.m. and admission is $10. Call (212) 982-3686. The Ned Sublette Band, tomorrow. Mumbo Gumbo, Sunday. e SUNDANCE, 217 E. Main, Bayshore (516666-2020): Diving for Pearls, tomorrow. TRAMPS, 45 W. 21st St (727-7788): Terrance Simien & the Mallet Playboys, through tomorrow. e WETLANDS PRESERVE, 161 Hudson St (966-4225): Olu & Crown of Honor, tonight Pfish, tomorrow. WOODY'S, 62 Second Ave. (982-3686): Will & the Bushmen, tonight e AVANTI, 38-17 Bell Blvd., Queens (718631-5500): Bare Assets Revue, tonight e COPACABANA, 10 E. 60th St (755-6010): Louie Ramirezy Supabanda, tonight Tipica '88, tomorrow. e EMERALD CITY, 617 W. 57th St (581-4432): Jaya, tonight THE HARBOR CLUB, Dry Harbor Rd., Middle Village (718326-9893): Dancing and hangingfor those 25&over. MACHINE, 26-86 Hempstead Tpke.. Levrttown (516731-1010): House music, this weekend. e PALLADIUM, 126 E. 14th St (473-7171): Lambada Camaval & the Lambada dancers, tonight The Chimes, tomorrow. e ROSELAND, 239 W. 52d St (247-0200): France Joli, Evelyn Champagne King, Shannon, Sharon Brown, Taana Gardener, tonight a.. .v in.. 1 1 Baylor, Bryan Ownings ffWBDD SOB'S, 204 Varick St (243-4940): Mighty Sparrow, through tomorrow. a ALGONQUIN, (Oak Room) 59 W. 44th St (840-6800): Ann Hampton Calloway, Julie Kumitz, through tomorrow. THE BALLROOM, 253 W. 28th St (244-3005): Angela Reaux, through tomorrow. CAFE CARLYLE, 76th St & Madison Ave. (744-1600): Julie Wilson, through tomorrow. e DANNY'S, 346 W. 46th St (265-8133): Marilyn Volpe, Barry Levitt Duo, tonight Singer Colleen Clausing, pianist Barry Levitt, tomorrow. PIANO BAR: Danny Apolinar, through tomorrow. DON'T TELL MAMA, 343 W. 46th St (757-0788): Bonnie Sanders & Bob Dorough, Nancy Parker in "The Rights to My Rights," tonight Mary Pat Bowe, musical revue, "Hopeful Romantics," tomorrow. e DUPLEX, 59-61 Christopher St (255-5438): Vocal group Black Tie, tonight "Funny Gay Males" features Jaffe Cohen, Danny McWilliams, Bob Smith, through tomorrow. "The Ultimate Comeback: An Evening with Judy Came," tomorrow. e EIGHTY EIGHTS. 228 W. 10th St (924-0088): Margaret Wright Arthur Siegel perform in "The Songs of Alan Jay Lemer." Phyllis Pastore, tonight Jill O'Hara, Sally Mayes, tomorrow. e FINALMENTE, 575 Hudson St (243-2577): Pianist Frank Grady, through Sunday.:"'. -y. nua , $,,. vt.-i dim, e GREENE STREET. 101 Greene St (925-2415): Rockapella, David Bodges, tonight Celeste, through tomorrow. Cabaret shows, tomorrow. 0 HAMBURGER HARRYS, 145 W. 45th St (840-0566): Comic John Ten Eykand improvtsational group "OK So We Lied V tonight HASSELFREE MURDER MYSTERIES are performed by actors, but are set for audiences to join in as they dine. "Dead, White & Blue" tonight at Wen Shian (55 Grand St) and tomorrow at Shah Jahan (330 W. 46th St). 593-2144. e JAN WALLMAITS, 49 W. 44th St (764-8930): Barbara Lea, pianist Wes McAfee, tonight Judy Kreston, David Lahm, bassist Curtis Bahn, tomorrow. e LA MAMA, The Club, 74AE. Fourth St (475-7710): Dario DAmbrosi's "Gra-ziella," through tomorrow. MICHAEL'S PUB, 211 E. 55th St (758-2272): Spider Satoff. Ricky Ritzel in the musical revue "1938," through to-rnorrow. e PLAZA, Fifth Ave. & 59th St (759-3000): Pianistharpist Paul Balfour, through tomorrow. RAINBOW STARS, 30 Rockefeller Plaza (632-5000): Maureen McGovem, through tomorrow. e ANGRY SQUIRE, 216 Seventh Ave. (242-9066): Michelle Saacks& the Unit tonight Kiyoto Fujiwara Quartet, tomorrow. e BIRDLAND, B'way at 105th St (749-2228): Red Roderry Quintet, through tomorrow. BLUE NOTE, 131 W. Third St (475-592): Airto Moreira & Flora Purim in "Brazilian Magic," and Herbie Mann & Jasil Brazz, through Sunday. Brunch with Jay Leonhart Quartet Sunday. e BRADLEY'S, 70 University Place (228-6440): Pianist Joanne Brackeen bassist Cecil McBee, through tomorrow. e CONDON'S, 117 E. 15th St (254-0960): The Tommy Flanagan Trio, through tomorrow. e DeFEMIO'S, 600Tuckahoe Rd., Yon-kers (914-DE7-2617): C.I. Wilson, through tomorrow. FAT TUESDAY'S, 190 Third Ave. (533-7902): The Joe Henderson Quartet through Sunday, e FLAMINGO, 259A Kingston Ave.. Brooklyn (718493-7200): Jr. Cook Quintet through tomorrow. FORTUNE GARDEN PAVILION, 209 E. 49th St (753-0101): Pianist Junior Mance, bassist Marty Rivera, through Sunday. e TS, 2581 Broadway (666-3600): Roy Meriwether Trio, tonight. Ken Peplowski Quartet tomorrow. e RED BLAZER TOO, 349 W. 46th St (262-3112): John Gill & the Broadway Nightowls, tonight The Bob Cantwell Band, tomorrow. SWEET BASIL, 88 Seventh Ave. S. (242-1785): Stanley Turrentine, through Sunday. TURNING POINT, 468 Piermont Ave., Piermont, N.Y. (914359-1089): The John Herald Band, tonight Fender-benders Blues Band, tomorrow. VILLAGE VANGUARD, 178 Seventh Ave. (255-4037): The Shirley Horn Trio, through Sunday. VISIONES, 125 MacDougal St (673-5576): Singer Frank Noviello, tonight Mike Freeman & Spellbound, tomorrow. ZANZIBAR & GRILL, 550 Third Ave. (779-0606): The Roy Gerson Sextet tonight ZINNO, 126 W. 13th St (924-5182): Rob Schneiderman, through tomorrow. e BAD HABITS. Bill BueR. Robert Oo-hessy. David CromweH. Nathan Lane, Kate Neiligan and Faith Prince star in a revival of the Terrence McNally comedy. Paul Benedict directed. Manhattan Theatre Club Stage 1.131W. 55th St. 581-7907. e BY AND FOR HAVEL. Kevin O'Connor and Lou Brockway star in two one-act (.-- T SiX ; Mora THEATER listings ; on page 48 4 i

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