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April, 2009


Photo of Cecil Taylor by Hans Speekenbrink
Photo of Cecil Taylor by Hans Speekenbrink

Hallwalls Calendar: April, 2009.

Artists associated with this publication:
Cecil Taylor, Jihye Chang, Ab Baars, Ken Vandermark, Wilbert de Joode, Martin van Duynhoven, Mats Gustafsson, Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, Paal Nilssen-Love, Tony Arnold, Randy Andre, Drew Burke, Christopher Culp, Amanda DeBoer, Rin Ozaki, Diana Soh, Laura Neese, Marjane Satrapi, Gunilla Theander Kester, John Marvin, Jean-Pierre Bobillot, Isabel Allende, Nathaniel Freeman, Christopher Becks, Gwen Haworth, Chris Felver, Lynne Sachs


Some events connected to this publication:
March 7, 2009 - Nathaniel Freeman Killing Rolando
April 1, 2009 - Marjane Satrapi Babel
April 3, 2009 - Gwen Haworth She's A Boy I Knew
April 4, 2009 - Jihye Chang Solo Piano
April 10, 2009 - Chris Felver Cecil Taylor: All The Notes
April 15, 2009 - Gunilla Theander Kester & John Marvin The Gray Hair Reading Series
April 16, 2009 - Jean-Pierre Bobillot Sound poetry performance
April 17, 2009 - Isabel Allende Babel
April 18, 2009 - Cecil Taylor Solo Piano
April 21, 2009 - Ab Baars Trio w/ Ken Vandermark
April 22, 2009 - The Thing
April 23, 2009 - Lynne Sachs The Last Happy Day and other films
April 24, 2009 - Migrating Media: Upstate Preservation Network PROJECT LAUNCH!
April 28, 2009 - Babel
April 30, 2009 - Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts High School & Middle School Guitar & String Ensembles


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