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Nightlife Highlights: Nioka Workman/Hui Cox Project 


August 6. Touted as “an engaging electro-acoustic blend of world rhythms, jazz, and rock,” the Nioka Workman/Hui Cox Project features ace drummer John Bollinger and here graces the divine setting of the 1833-built Chapel of Our Lady Restoration. Guitarist Cox has worked with Cab Calloway, Odetta, Wilson Pickett, Stanley Turrentine, Digable Planets, the Temptations, and the Four Tops; cellist Workman’s resume includes stints with the Uptown String Quartet, Cooper-Moore, Anthony Davis, Anthony Braxton, Greg Osby, and others. (Tenor Viktor Antipenko and pianist Eugene Sirotkine duet August 21.) 7pm. $10, $15. Cold Spring. (845) 265-5537; www.chapelrestoration.org.
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