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Naja dancing
Singing Sadie and Al Duval
Red Rogue
Erica Banks and Franeika
Bryan and Marcy, Songs of Love and Protest
ZeroBoy
Crossfire Guitar Ensemble
PHOTOS BY JIM FULL

 
JUNE 2015  FEATURED ART: SUSAN IRIE PICKERING


FRIDAY
JUNE 5

 

 

 

8pm

COmmunity drumming circle
Set a spin on the calendar year with DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min


SATURDAY
JUNE 6

 

 

3pm Dorothy Holtermann- Love Food That Loves You Back
AUTHOR: DOROTHY HOLTERMANN "LOVE FOOD THAT LOVES YOU BACK"   Dorothy Holtermann is an integrative nutrition health coach on a mission. Her philosophy to "love food that loves you back" is the cornerstone of her book, her counseling and teachings. She is dedicated to counseling people, to help them create permanent positive health and life transformations using great food and loving lifestyle habits to create big shifts. She is an avid proponent that "life fully nourished is delicious."
She has been cooking up a storm for decades. Dorothy is warm, fun, and engaging. Her nutrition knowledge, healthy lifestyle tips and secrets to change habits permanently have been used by many to transform their lives.
You can reach Dorothy at www.nurturenaturenutrition.com
live stream audio 7:30 North Shore Four
MUSIC: NORTH SHORE FIVE, a traditional folk-rock blues cover and originals band. Featuring: Rob Landsman on lead guitar/vocals, Elle LaForge on tenor guitar/vocals, Sharon Ostrov on rhythm guitar/ vocals, Kevin Johnson on bass/vocals and Victor Salizar on percussion.All are members of and founding members of SIAMS.
live stream audio 8:45 Rachel Isaacs Band with Noel Catti
MUSIC: ALL HANDS ON DECK featuring Rachel Isaacs, Noel Catti, Al Sklar, and friends presents a unique blend of Indie FOLK & GROOVE music with original tunes you'll probably be huming the next morning. LIVE music w/o the earplugs.

FRIDAY
JUNE 12

 

live stream audio

8pm

MUSIC: MATTHIAS ETTER PANACCUSTICUM - new minimal music - from SWITZERLAND
   Sounds, themes and fragmented melodies repeated in short intervals, scattered and stacked up across a wide stereo field. In this (live) violin-performance, composition and improvisation obtain a spatial canonesque-sound, an invitation to relax. Note: Listening to this music with eyes closed may alter perception of time.

live stream audio 9pm Cadre
MUSIC: AGENT SEVEN Original music by overcoming obstructions. Stvjns Daughs plays bass, percussion, voice and looper electronics in lyrical compositions and improvisations.

SATURDAY
JUNE 13

 

 

 
 
ART: Susan Irie Pickering - paintings// August light was nectar Shimmering in trees beyond a window I would paint these dawns in oils like drops of sweat paint cicadas’ simmering August light expressed by exuberant flowers in a wasteland haloing sounds of clouds over shore when a little boy watching said You forgot the seagull I painted her in honey on canvas As we laughed august light dripping like a fresh peach...

 

 

 

 

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8pm Allergic To B's
MUSIC: ALLERGIC TO B'S   Al Sklar (bass and vocals), Joan Moore (ukulele, mandolin and vocals), Joanne Gleich (percussion) and gary j. moore (vocals, guitar, mandolin, lap steel/dobro) formed at the 2010 St. George Day festival originated by ETG Book Cafe owners Katie McCarthy and Steve Jones. They are committed to playing only music that they like, regardless of genre, instrumentation or time period. They often refer to it as roots and rock music.
live stream audio 9pm Half Moon
MUSIC: HALF MOON: Staten Island's rock-a-billy super group plays rockabilly, country & pop music from the late 40's to the early 60's.

FRIDAY
JUNE 19

 

live stream audio

7pm

Staten Island Songwriters' Circle
MUSIC: STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS CIRCLE SHOWCASE- Performances by Jim Indelicato, Rachel Isaacs, Antonio Mancilla, Sharon Ostrov, Carl Wurzbach, Lou Russo, Bob Crisalli, Carol Ruiz.

SATURDAY
JUNE 20

 

 

Tonight at Snug Harbor its the S.I.ARTS: LUMEN FESTIVAL click for info
 


No performance event here tonight...

CLOSING at 8pm TONIGHT ONLY
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SUNDAY JUNE 21 is SUMMER SOLSTICE 2015
SUNDAY
JUNE 21
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music Circle
MEET-UP:
STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
Anyone interested in creating original music is welcome to join us. Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere. Check their facebook page for more info

THURSDAY
JUNE 25

 

7pm


MOVIE: ZEITGEIST NYC presents PARADISE OR OBLIVION by the VENUS PROJECT: 49 minutes long. Reminds me of the Buckminster Fuller proofs back in the 1970s that humankind has everything it needs to choose Utopia for all humanity. Unfortunately "Wall Street" needs war to continue its controls, so therein lies the problem. This movie by the geniuses at the Venus Project "proposes an alternative vision of what the future can be if we apply what we already know in order to achieve a sustainable new world civilization. It calls for a straightforward redesign of our culture in which the age-old inadequacies of war, poverty, hunger, debt and unnecessary human suffering are viewed not only as avoidable, but as totally unacceptable. Anything less will result in a continuation of the same catalogue of problems inherent in today's world. Today many people believe what is needed is a higher sense of ethical standards and the enactment of international laws to assure a sustainable global society."

Join us to watch the movie and then talk about the ideas it contains!

FRIDAY
JUNE 26

live stream audio

7:30 Matt Long and Nina Long
MUSIC: MATT LONG AND NINA LONG, PETE WAGULA, AND FRIENDS:
The sand-sculpture master, MATT LONG, and partner NINA LONG gather their talented friends, many of whom are regulars of the SIAMS and SI Songwriters networks, for a fun evening of musical sharing. PETE WAGULA will be doing an openng set of his excellent looping layering guitar music.

SATURDAY
JUNE 27

 

7pm
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!

JULY 2015  FEATURED ART: CLAIRE DOYLE Photos see July 11


FRIDAY
JULY 3

 

8pm

COmmunity drumming circle
Set a spin on the calendar year with DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min



SATURDAY JULY 4th CLOSED FOR INTERDEPENDENCE DAY

TUESDAY
JULY 7

live stream audio

6pm

"SPECTRUM" LGBTQ OPEN MIC

FRIDAY
JULY 10

live stream audio

8pm


MUSIC: JESSEL HARRY
A recent arrival to Staten Island, Jessel Harry is a talented singer songwriter and guitarist, has a strong passionate style. Moving seamlessly between folk, country and acoustic rock "post-modern troubadour, gritty storyteller, rock-and-roll songwriter, and unflinching poet, Jessel Harry is a musician and writer that blends his personal experiences and social observations into moving, gutsy commentary." Special guests Doug Grim and Phoebe Saake

live stream audio 9pm  MUSIC: MARC BLACK
Fantastic guitarist and songwriter from up north, played at the Clearwater Festival, and is producer of a Fracking educational tour called SING FOR THE SILENCED slated for next week.

SATURDAY
JULY 11

 
   
 ART: CLAIRE DOYLE Photographs
Claire Doyle is a feminist artist known to work closely with themes surrounding gender and the stigmatized body. Here we are exhibiting a series of twelve photographs, re-enacting classic portraits of breastfeeding mothers to encourage communication about breastfeeding and how it is depicted today.  WEBSITE

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7pm

TRIBUTE TO JOY RYDER

Let's come together to celebrate the life of Joy Ryder with music and remembrances. (Please invite friends of Joy that I have missed.)

Presently Mike May and Patrick Whelan are providing music. If you want to do a song or read a few lines of Shakespeare contact Mary Campbell.

If you are in Staten Island come to the celebration. If not send your memories to be read out loud at this event to joyeventetg@gmail.com

FRIDAY
JULY 17

live stream audio

8pm
PUPPETSHOW: "CHANCE OF A LIFETIME"
  As part of this weekend's SING FOR THE SILENCED fracking educational tour in Pennsylvania, STVJNS DAUGHS and KATIE McCARTHY have created this giant puppetshow about a farmer's adventure with a salesman. This night is essentially a rehearsal for the Pennsylvania show.

SATURDAY
JULY 18

live stream audio

 
7:30


MUSIC: SIAMS presents TRAVELING SONGS . A production of the Staten Island Acoustic Music Society featuring many local musicians in the lineup.

FRIDAY
JULY 24

live stream audio

7pm


MUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG
Talented local songwriter, singer with a golden voice, a musician with lots of heart, ARTIE KOENIG, plays some of his original songs and also brings some musical friends to round out the night. With Brownstone Rodeo and Fearless Fred.

SATURDAY
JULY 25

 

7pm
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!
FRIDAY
JULY 31
6pm SKYLIGHT:Tommy Bones leads a music session by the Skylight band, composed of members of the Skylight organization, who will be playing original and covers for their first ever live performance.

 

live stream audio

8pm

MUSIC: From Switzerland!   
REGULA KUFFER and NICK PERRIN

Had it not been for the Bernese musician Matthias Wenger these two virtuosos - Regula Küffer on flute and Nick Perrin on guitar - would probably not have met on musical terrain. Wenger, however, had anticipated the magic of such an unusual marriage and without hesitation organised their first joint concert in his studio space in late 2013, which was received with excitement by an enthralled crowd. The two subsequently teamed up for a recording and their debut album is about to be unleashed in germany by Mons Records in july 2015.In his playing style Perrin clearly displays an affinity for the Flamenco tradition, whereas Küffer hails from a classical background. It is the friction between these two worlds that produces all the ingredients necessary for an unpredictable and adventurous journey. In addition to each's mastery on their respective instrument, Küffer and Perrin aim to walk the tightrope between Flamenco, Chamber music and improvised music. Expect virtuosity, loads of drive and tremendous verve. A new dawn for Flamenco, Jazz and Classical Music lovers alike.

 

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to all who share their magic on the Neighborhood Stage


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