May 12 - May 12
March 9 - March 9
VARUJAN VOSGANIAN: "The Book of Whisper
March 17 - February 28
BRANCUSI at the Guggenheim Museum
February 22 - February 24
Nomadaptation by Daniel Djamo
February 22 - February 23
BRANCUSI: A Lesson on the Infinite
January 5 - January 5
Romanian Literature as World Literature
December 21 - December 21
Romanian Christmas Traditions at RCINY
December 8 - December 20
Human Rights for Everyone
Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri U.S. Tour

Lucian Ban and Mat Maneri Concert, Wednesday, Oct 19, 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM, Varner Recital Hall, Oakland University

Sunday, October 23, 2016, 6:00 p.m. Public Talk, 7:30 p.m. Concert

RCI New York and BC Jazz presents Lucian Ban and Mat Maneri: The Transylvanian Concert

Indoor Theater-Simonsen Performing Arts Center (SPArC), Bakersfield College

Transylvanian born, NYC-based pianist LUCIAN BAN and American violist and Grammy nominee MAT MANERI will be performing material from their award winning 2013 ECM release Transylvanian Concert and premiering new compositions, interpretations of Romanian traditional music, and the music of George Enescu in the context of contemporary jazz and improvisation. Presented by the BC Jazz Program, the evening will include a pre-concert talk by Ban and Maneri. Admission is free, open to the public.

October 26, 2016 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Milestones Youth Jazz (3385 E Shields Ave Fresno, CA 93726)

LUCIAN BAN has recorded 10 albums as a leader and performed/recorded with: Abraham Burton , Nasheet Waits, Mat Maneri, Alex Harding, Barry Altschul, Gerald Cleaver, Bob Stewart, Badal Roy, Tony Malaby, Mark Helias, Sam Newsome, Ralph Alessi, Pheeroan AkLaff, Reggie Nicholson, Drew Gress, Brad Jones, John Hebert, Eric McPherson, among many others. His latest album “Songs from Afar” by ELEVATION Quartet, released by Sunnyside Records in Jan 2016 received a 5-star review in DOWNBEAT Magazine.

MAT MANERI is 2006 Grammy Nominee for “Best Alternative Album” and has defined the voice of the viola and violin in jazz and improvised music over the course of his 25-year career. Maneri has worked with icons such as Cecil Taylor, Paul Bley, Paul Motian and William Parker, as well as influential bandleaders such as Joe Morris, Vijay Iyer, Matthew Shipp, Marilyn Crispell, Joelle Leandre, Kris Davis, Tim Berne and Craig Taborn.

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