Tune in to Afternoon New Music at 3:00 PM on Monday, June 24 to hear an exclusive interview with pianist Anthony Coleman, who will talk about his residency at The Stone. Topics of discussion will include the sets he's going to play throughout the week, his improvisational style, playing with different drummers, and deconstructing the music of Thelonious Monk. The program will also feature new music by Anthony Coleman.
Anthony Coleman's residency at The Stone starts on Tuesday, June 25 and runs until Sunday, July 3. Throughout the week, Coleman will play with John Zorn, Matt Wilson, Eli Keszler, Doug Wieselman, Grant Calvin Weston, Tanya Kalmanovitch, Tyshawn Sorey and more. While Coleman is primarily known for his piano and keyboard playing, he is also known for his voice and for playing the trombone. He has been active in the free improvisation / avant-garde downtown jazz scene in New York City for over 30 years. He became known with his collaborations with John Zorn on works like Kristallnacht and The Big Gundown. His compositions reflect an exploration of his Jewish heritage and Jewish music. He has performed with the likes of Elliott Sharp, Dave Douglas, former Captain Beefheart band member Gary Loucas, Marc Ribot, Joey Baron, and many more.