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.01% Presents...Cutout, Eliot Cardinaux's Butterfly Seed

$10 Cover @ the Door / Start 7:30pm / Doors 7pm




Pandelis Karayorgis is a Boston based jazz/improvised music pianist, composer and educator. In the last twenty years mostly led or co-led numerous groups in performances at festivals and clubs in Europe and the United States and Canada. Recordings appear on labels such as Hat Art, HatOLOGY, Clean Feed, Not Two, Leo Records, Nuscope, Boxholder, Okkadisk, Cadence, Accurate, Leo Lab, Ayler and more recently on Driff Records, a new artist-run label co-founded by Pandelis Karayorgis and Jorrit Dijkstra.

Some of the most extensive recording/performing collaborations have been with Nate McBride, Curt Newton, Ken Vandermark, Mat Maneri, Guillermo Gregorio, Jorrit Dijkstra, Luther Gray, Jef Charland, Randy Peterson and Dave Rempis.

Pandelis Karayorgis performed and recorded with Joe Maneri, Han Bennink, Mary Oliver, Jeb Bishop, Steve Swell, Frank Rosaly, Jason Roebke, Keefe Jackson, Tony Malaby, Michael Formanek, Forbes Graham, Matt Langley, Jeff Galindo, Taylor Ho Bynum, John Lockwood and Eric Rosenthal.

Pandelis Karayorgis, Piano

Jeb Bishop, trombone

Jorrit Djikstra, saxophone

Nathan McBride, bass

Luther Gray, drums

Eliot Cardinaux's Butterfly Seed

Born in Dayton, Ohio in 1984 to a musical family, Eliot Cardinaux is a pianist and poet now living in Boston, Massachusetts. He is the founder of The Bodily Pressthrough which he has released the works of other poets, as well as several of his own chapbooks, including, most recently, Mother of Two, and Moon and Politics on a Glass Table. His first album as a leader, American Thicket, was released in 2016 on Loyal Label, and features Mat Maneri (viola), Thomas Morgan (bass), Flin van Hemmen (drums), and Cardinaux himself (piano, voice and poetry). His poetry has been published in Caliban OnlineBig Big WednesdayHollowBloodroot Literary Journal, and others. Cardinaux performs and records regularly around the East Coast and in Europe, with musicians such as Asger Thomsen, Jeb Bishop, Mia Dyberg, and Kresten Osgood. His latest project, Sweet Beyond Witness, is an album of solo piano compositions and spoken word with accompanying writings and film, slated for release in 2018.

Eliot Cardinaux, piano & poetry

Jeb Biship, trombone

Stephan Haynes, cornet

Joe Morris, bass

Eric Rosenthal, drums