Daily News from New York, New York on January 10, 1988 · 238
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,18, ....City lights DAILY NEWS t Sunday, January 10, 1988 - 'i jvL -L I A critics' calendar of sights & sounds Compiled By CAROL AIMETTI & HELEN PETERSON mm e THE RtTZ: The Feeiles with opener Ye La Tango perform Fit; Sat. it's They Might Be Giants. Botfi shows at 11 p.m. Tixare $10 (advance); $12 (that day) at the box office (119 E. 11th St., between Third and Fourth Aves.) and Ticket Master (307-7171). T1LLE CENTER: Leontyne Price gives a recital Sat. at 8. Tickets $24, $20 at the box office (C.W. Post Campus of LI. University). (516) 626-3100 and Ticket Master. CHINA CLUB (2130 Broadway, 74th-75th Sts., 877-1166): Just Us performs tonight. The Falrlanes headline at the club's "Blues Monday" event. On the Edge appears Tues. Narva Damage plays Wed. Wild Pared takes over Thurs. Sets begin at midnight; admission .is $10 ($15 on weekends). COPACABANA (10 E. 60th St., PL5-6010): Latin Fasttval featuring Manny Oouendo's Libra on Tues. Freeadmis- . sion, buffet, and videos 6-8 p.m.; after 8, $4 for gals and $7 for guys. On Fri., it's Judy Torres, free admission 6-7, $5 from 7-9:30, and $12 after9:30. Ada!-, berto Santiago takes over Sat. Women, $8; men, $12; jackets required. No jeans or sneakers. HEARTBREAK (179 Varick St.): EMs PTaslay birthday celebration, prizes for best look-alikes. Tonight at 9:30, $15. George Worth more and the Dtvebombars perform Mon. at 12:30 a.m.; deejay Olna Regime spins. $15. LA MAMA E.T.C. (The Club, 74A E. Fourth St.):lt's Gretchen Langheld and Musicians, Thurs.-Sat. at 10 p.m. ($8- $10). Ballet of the DoUs: The Concert; Fn. and Sat. at midnight. Tix are $10 at box office (475-7710) & Ticket Master. " NIRVANA (One Times Square Plaza, 16th floor): On Tues., it's Scream As You Fall (10 p.m.), Perfect Fools (11 p.m.) and U.S. Band (12:30 a.m.). For Wed., Puss In Boots (10 p.m.), Show of Hands (11 p.m.), and Cry (12:30 a.m.). Thurs.: Brad Factor, December's Child (11 p.m.), and XL (midnight). Admission is $10 (waived with dinner Sun. nights). OCTAGON (555 W. 33d St.): Disco -dancing Thurs. ($10) to Sat., ($15) 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.; (947-0400). RODEO BAR (375 Third Ave. at 27th St.): Abilene Houserockers perform tonight. The Mood Rings appear Mon. Nine Below Zero plays Tues. Bobby RadclHT A The Homewreckers take ' over Wed. Peach Fish Pie performs Thurs. On Fri., it's the Surreal McCoys. Elliot Murphy plays Sat. Sets at 10 and , 11:30 p.m.; no coverminimum. TRAMPS (125 E. 15th St., 777-5077). The Ned Sublette Band with Starred Mem are Mghly Dra OCdg (Softy New York, like the nation, this week will begin to honor Martin Luther King, whose legacy of hope has, if anything, grown since his death 20 years ago this April. Martin Luther King Jr. Day officially is celebrated Monday, Jan. 18, but groups across the city will begin their own celebrations this week. Among them: II Nancy Wilson, Wynton Marsalis and Ray Barretto will star Saturday night in a "Dream Lives On" concert at the Apollo Theater, 253 W. 125th St. Shows are at 7 and 11 p.m., with tickets $20-$65. Presented by the Daily News and MLK Living the Dream, with sponsorhip by Pepsi, the Uptown Chamber of Commerce and other corporations. Proceeds to the Dr. King Center in Atlanta, the Black Book Fair and New York City Homeless. Call (212) 749-5838. D TheatreworksUSA presents a musical biography of King, with book by Leslie Lee and lyrics by Charles Strouse, with a -12:30 p.m. performance Saturday at the Promenade Theatre, Broadway and 76th. St The premise is King meeting several modern-day students and taking them back to the world of his youth. Additional shows Jan. 17, 23 and 24. Call (212) 677-5959. r t t5 X DREAM DANCING: The Alvin Ailey Rep READING KING: James Ear) Jones B James Earl Jones will read from King's sermons on Jan. 18 at the 92d Street Y, Lexington Ave. and 92d St Jones, a resonant speaker, last appeared at the Y in 1973. Admission is $8; for information, call (212)996-1100... B Melodious Accord will present a musical salute, with the focus on gospel, next weekend. Saturday, composerconductor Alice Parker will conduct a master class called "Reading the Page, Singing the Spirit," 1:30-3:30 p.m., followed by an open spiritual sing, 4-5 p.m., at the Cathedral of St John the Divine, Amsterdam and 112th St There is a registration fee for the class only; call (212) 663-1165. Then on Jan. 17 there will be a "Spirituals for Dr. King" concert with Cynthia Clarey at 7:30 p.m. at Christ & St Stephen's Church, 120 W. 69th St fl The Brooklyn Botanic Garden will sponsor a day of music and poetry next Sunday, beginning at 3 p.m. in the Garden's auditorium, 1000 Washington Ave., Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble will perform, and there will be an original jazz composition by Brian Smith. There is a small admission charge. Call (718) 622-4433. B Ruby Dee, Josh White Jr. and the Alvin Ailey Repertory Company will perform Jan. 17 at 3 p.m. in the fourth annual "Re-, membering Martin Luther King Jr." program at Lehman College, Bedford Boule-i vard West, the Bronx. Dee will give a' reading, White will sing and Ailey's company will dance. Admission is free, with a limit of two tickets per person. Call (212) 960-8833. -David Hinckley Marc Berger performs tonight (The" Frahty CatsLockhorns from 5:30-8 p m.) The Irish Music Weil, The Scam, Derwyn Frost and others (Chris Bond 6:30-8) Mon. "Voodoo Serenade" features Yelling Beat (Sarah Hauser 6:30-8) Tues. "Soul at Last," with The Empire State Soul Club Wed. (Baxter 6:30-8 p.m.). Thurs. is WNYU Night (Straight Up 6:30-8 p.m.) 6:30-8 p.m. It's "Harp Mania" on Fri. with Chicago Bob Nelson and Nina Balnar Zam trtinh l 6:30-8 p.m.). On Sat., it's "Prep Time for I , i rmmyjmimm-i MardiGras, featuringUMipaarou,Iy. I J fiVjM HltfiU ) 1 deeo, and all the way from New Orleans, L-JaaaaaeaAelleaUJ Tlraothaa (Stank Phmi R-irt-d p.m.). Music begins at 9-ish, $5 (Fri.-Sat. at 9:30 p.m. and midnight, $10). There's a 2-drink table minimum. open at 7. Complimentary admission 7 to 9 p.m.; $5 from 9 to 11 p.m.; and $10 per person after 11. TURNING POINT (468 Piermont Ave., Piermont, 914-359-1089): Tonight it's Tom Paxton at 6 & 8?30. Showcase with Mike CaHaghan Mitch Berg at 8:30 on Wed. Brook WHOams Thurs. at 9 p.m., $3. On Fri., it's Devon Square at 10 p.m., $6. Ptnetop Perkins takes over on Sat at 8:30 and 11 p.m., $10. THE TUNNEL (220 12th Ave. at 27th St.): Every Tues. it's Steve Gold's Club Couch Potato, so come out of seclusion and bring your favorite spuds! Doors e ANGRY SQUIRE (216 Seventh Ave.. 23d St. , 242-9066) : Judy SUvermaa Trio performs tonight, followed by Andrew Sab. Trio (Mon.), Jim McNamara Trl (Tues.), John Jonas Trio (Wed.), Bob Kay Trto (Thurs.), & Barry Hani Trl (Fri.-Sat). Cover $3-$4 ($7 Fri.-Sat); 2-drink min. BLUE NOTE (131 W. Third St, 475-8592): Jay Leonhart Quartet performs today at 3 & 5 ($10 for show & brunch). Orover Washington Jr. tonight at 9 & 11:30 ($30 cover, $5 minimum, $15 bar admission). Mark Mor-ga& Jazz Forum AB-Stars perform Mon. at 9, 11 & 1 ($7.50; $5; $5). Modera Jazz Quartet headlines Tues.-Sat at 9 & 11:30 ($20; $5; $10). Saxophonist Ronnie Cuber A Friends play at Sat 's "Be Bop & Brunches" at 3 & 5 ($10). BRADLEY'S (70 University Place, 228-6440): Heary Butter, with bass accompaniment, plays tonight at 9:45. Larry WBBs wttk Ray Drttnunond per-, form Mon.-Sat. at 9:45. $5 minimum nightly, plus $5 cover Fri.-Sat CARLOS 1 (Sixth Ave, at 10th St., 982-3260): The Panama Frauds AB-Stars today at 9 & 11. Harry (Sweets) Edteoa with Ray Bryaat Trie, Tues.-Sat, at 9 & 11, extra snow Fri. & Sat. at 12:30. $10 cover, $7 min., $10 bar admission. Cedrlck Brooks Quintet plays Monday (no cover). FAT TUESDAY'S (190 Third Ave., 533-7902): Kenny Burrell Jazz Suiter Band tonight at 8 & 10. Monday it's les Paul's Trio at 8 & 10. Kenny Barron AH-Stars, John Stubbloflold, Eddie Henderson, Cecil McBee & Victor Lewis take over Tues.-Sat. at 9 & 11. Cover $10-$12.50&$7.50 minimum. GREGORY'S (1149 First Ave., 371-2220): Marty Phillip Duo plays tonight at 10. Stan Edwards Trio follows Mon. at 10. Pianist Brooks Kerr sings & plays Mon.-Fri. at 5:45. Chuck Wayne Trio performs Tues. at 10. Kltt ft Mike MoranTrlo headlines Wed.-Sat. at 10. Cover at tables: $5-$7.50& 2-drink min. At bar: one-drink minimum nightly, $5 cover Wed.-Sat e J' (2581 Broadway, 97th-98th Sts., 666-3600): Pianistsinger VTrgDzur-inko performs Monday at 8. Jo Drls follows Tuesday at 8. Carol Brrtto takes over Wednesday at 8. John PtzzarelU Jr. Trio plays Thursday at 8. Roy Mortwethor Trio headlines Friday at 8. Ken Peplowskl Trio is featured Saturday at 8. $10 table minimum. SYMPHONY SPACE (Broadway & -95th St.): Composer-percussionist Justin Pag 4 Friends perform a jazz program of original works and old favorites, Thurs. at 8. Tix are $8, students and se-niors $5. SWEET BASIL (88 Seventh Ave. South, 242-1785.): Catch McCoy Tyner tonight-Sat. Sets at 10, 11:30 & 1 (Fri.-Sat at 10, 11:45 & 1:30). $10 cov-er& $6 table minimum. VILLAGE GATE (Bleecker at Thompson St., 475-5120): On The Terrace, pianist Herman Foster & bassist Jay Leonhart perform Monday at 10. Sy ' Johnson Duo accompanied by bassist Mike Richmond follows Tues.-Sat. at 10. No cover, 2-drink minimum. VILLAGE VANGUARD (178 Seventh Ave. South near 11th St, 255-4037): Mel Lewis and The Jazz Orchestra play Monday at 10 & 12. The Don Cherry Quartet (with Carlo Ward, Bob Stewart and Ed BlackwoH) headlines Tues.-Sat Sets at 10, 11:30 & 1 a.m. $12 cover & $6 minimum, e THE VINEYARD (309 E. 26th St.): ) vintage Jazz today at 3 & 6:30, "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?," a musical re -membrance of the Great Depression. Tix: $15 attable(includes bottle ofwine), ' $10 general admission. Res. at 683- s 0696. 5 ZINNO (126 W. 13th St., 924-5182): GuitaristGeneBertoncini& bassist Mi- chael Moore perform tonight at 7:15. Pi-anistJohn Hicks and bassist Bob Cranshaw perform Mon.-Sat. at 8. $15 min. at bar tables, $10 min. at bar. ALICE TULLY HALL: The Chamber ; Music Society of Lincoln Center & guest artists, including Maurice Bor- ' gue on oboe, perform works by Tele- g mann, Britten, D'lndy&Schumann, today at 5 (tix are $18). David Eaton conducts the New York City Symphony & duo-pianists Francis Vera A Mi- chael Jamanis in works by Ravel, Pou-lenc & Bizet Tuesday at 8. The Guamerl String Quartet, pianist Gary Graff-man & cellist Barnard Greenhouse ! perform chamber music by Beethoven, :; Komgold & Schubert Wednesday at 8 i ($18.50). Lincoln Center (65th St. & !; Broadway, charge seats at 874-6770). ". BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC: "Spoleto Comes to BAM" series continues Saturday at 8; flutist Judtth Men-- denhaM, harpsichordist Kenneth Cooper, Sara Thompson & the Emerson String Quartet perform works by Bach, Mozart & Beethoven. Tixare $S.50-$12. Carey Playhouse, 30 Lafayette Ave. , (718) 636-4100. THE BROOKLYN PHILHARMONIC, with conductor Lukas Fos & pianist Andre Watts, performs works by Elgar, Haydn, Corigliano & MacDowell, today at 2. Tix are $10-$20, call (718) 636-4120. BAM Opera House, 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn. CARNEGIE HALL: Violinist Cho-U-angLIn performs a duo-recital with pia- . L'.O -4 a A -i - i i I 4 1

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