Tillie’s of Brooklyn welcomes the month with a host of new shows.
The establishment’s Seven Sessions series, hosted by Nick Noir, will be held September 12 and 19 at 7 p.m. The sessions feature the best acoustic talent in NYC. Each evening is themed and features several artists’ performances. Seating is first come, first serve. For more information, visit www.sevensessions.com.
Role Polie Guacamole takes the stage September 16 at 4:30 p.m. Frank Gallo and Andrew Tuzhilin just produced with first CD of music for children’s album, which features 11 original songs. They bring a fresh new sound to kids’ music (acoustic folk funk). The well-written songs are enjoyable for both kids and adults. This presentation is most appropriate for children from ages 1–7.
Diana Wayburn is the featured performer on September 26 at 8 p.m. Wayburn (pianist, flautist and composer) has a background in classical, jazz and world music, which she fuses in her compositions and improvisations. At Tillie’s, Diana Wayburn & Ensemble will present compositions from “Ostinato And” as well as newly composed pieces and improvisations. The cover is $5; $3 with student ID.
Open Mic nights are September 11 and 25 with an 8 p.m. sign up and 8:30 p.m. performance. It is hosted by Nick Noir. All singer/songwriters, comedians, poets, writers, rappers and others are welcome to try out material in front of a warm and friendly audience.
Here, There, Anywhere, paintings by Doug Madill, is on view September 22-October 25. Madill’s most recent work was made in New York City, Bangkok, Thailand, and in an imaginary realm rendered in landscapes of subdued light, as if from passing storms.
His tranquil, imaginary landscapes are rendered a subtle palette of varied grays and subdued color, derived from dream-memory, and real life outdoor study. Often his paintings, though invented places, invoke memories in the viewer of a real place important to him or her.
For information on any of the above, call 718-783-6140 or visit www.tilliesofbrooklyn.com.
The club is at 248 DeKalb Avenue in downtown Brooklyn.
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