The Nuie Bowery Series

Mon, 20 March 2017 // 06:00 PM
Bowery Poetry, 308 Bowery, NYC (map)

A New (Nuie) Music Series Presented by the Bowery DUO, Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes

Nuie reflects "undiscovered remarkable and honest talent” the that exist amongst the tri-state. In these times, it seems that our man-made differences are taking over our humanity, taking over our ability to openly love each other. Nuie brings us closer to what makes us feel alive, feel human, feel happy, sad… and spread that message out into the world that needs our help.

For this upcoming The Nuie Bowery Series it is our pleasure to having:

Keenyn Omari Moore Keenyn Omari is Saxophonist, Flutist, and Guitarist from Miami, Florida. In October 2014, He moved to New York with aspirations of pursuing his musical endeavors. During the time since his arrival in New York, He has released an EP, Entitled "Ashanti," and has also worked and played alongside many different artists and bands such as: SHareef Keys and The Groove, Cocoa Sarai, TruthCity, Noel Wipplers' Band of Friends, Kojo Stone, Steff Reed and many others. Currently, while still playing with other groups, He is working hard at making a name for himself as a solo artist.

Zack Clarke Zack Clarke is a pianist and composer currently living and working in New York City. Zack attended The New England Conservatory in Boston, majoring in Jazz Performance. While there, he had the opportunity to study with jazz greats Danilo Perez, Fred Hersch, and Jason Moran. Zack performed regularly in Boston, and upon completion of his Bachelor of Music degree he moved to New York to study with Kenny Werner and attend NYU, where he earned a Masters of Music. An active session artist and performer, Zack has recorded or shared the stage with a number of prominent artists, including Tyshawn Sorey, Drew Gress, Ingrid Laubrock, Daniel Carter, Billy Drewes, Kenny Werner, Sara Serpa, Ralph Alessi and Rich Perry. Zack’s own recordings include the electronic album Music For Headphones, and Dialectic, a collaboration with cellist Chris Irvine that features free improvisation based on Bach’s third cello suites. His most recent album, entitled Random Acts of Order, is set to be released on Clean Feed Records in March of 2017.


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