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Michael Bisio / Iva Bittova / Ivo Perelman / Anais Maviel / Nancy Ostrovsky | Lace Mill 

An afternoon of improvised music and painting

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October 8. Since becoming a resident of the Lace Mill, Midtown Kingston’s creative live/work hive for artists working in a panoply of mediums, bassist Michael Bisio has been steadfastly organizing the site’s “Lace Mill Presents” monthly live jazz performances. Owing to a spike in his touring schedule, Bisio is taking a breather from running the event for the rest of 2017—but not without one final installment, and it’s one that ably reflects the site’s diversity. Besides the bass man himself, this billing stars Czech avant vocalist Iva Bittova, saxophonist Ivo Perelman, rising French vocal improviser Anais Maviel, and live painting by New York jazz painter Nancy Ostrovsky. 4pm. $10. Kingston. 

https://www.artsearth.org/events/20171008-2/

The original print version of this article was titled:
"Nightlife Highlights: Michael Bisio / Iva Bittova / Ivo Perelman / Anais Maviel /Nancy Ostrovsky"

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