2018

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:: January 2, 2018
with Ben Monder (guit) and Satoshi Takeishi (perc)

55 Bar, 7PM

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:: Jan 13+14, 2018
Theo Bleckmann and Unlimited Fields (Ike Sturm and Jesse Lewis)
APAP showcase at Preston Bailey headquarters

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:: Jan 21, 2018
Songs for Lenny: A Leonard Bernstein Celebration
Featuring Lara Downes, Thomas Hampson, Ailyn Perez, J’Nai Bridges and Theo Bleckmann
WNYC Green Space, NYC

[tickets]

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:: Jan 27, 2018
Zippo Songs (20 min excerpt)
Brooklyn Public Library, NYC
10PM
[info]

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:: Jan 30, 2018
Theo Bleckmann & Ben Monder Duo
opening for
John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble
Poisson Rouge, NYC

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:: Feb 9, 2018
WinterICE
in collaboration with the IceTheatre of New York
performing Schubert’s Wintereise with Uri Caine

with live ice dancing (!!!!) at National Sawdust

National Sawdust, NYC

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:: Feb 27, 2018
Theo Bleckmann: The B-Sides
with
Jesse Lewis: guitar
Ike Sturm: bass
Colin Stranahan: drums
Cornelia Street Café
8+9:30PM
[tickets]

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:: March 23-24, 2018  SPAIN
Uri Caine Ensemble plays Gershwin
Uri Caine, pianom arrangements
Joyce Hammann, violin
Mark Helias, doublebass
Jim Black, drums
Ralph Alessi, trumpet
Chris Speed, saxophones
Theo Bleckmann, voice
March 23: Terrassa, Spain
March 24:
Madrid, Spain

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:: March 25, 2018
songs for voice, loops and toys
Sobre o Porto
Porto, Portugal
[venue]

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:: March 26, 2018
vo
cal workshop, open to singers, actors and voice artists
to inquire contact Manuel Linhares
Porto, Portugal
[venue]

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:: March 26, 2018
vocal workshop in Porto. This 3-hour workshop is open to actors, singers and all soundmakers
please contact Manuel LInhare to enroll at :
rocha.manel@gmail.com

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:: March 30, 2018
Pan European New York Jazz Collective
Theo Bleckmann   vocal (and effects)
Mino Cinelu            percussion
Hans Glawischnig   bass (electric+acoustic)
Lage Lund                guitar
Gregoire Maret      harmonica
Ferenc Nemeth      drums
Gregor Huebner     violin, 5 string violin (effects), if necessary piano
Stuttgart, Germany

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:: April 05, 2018
Ulysses Owen’s Songs of Freedom
Perdue University
West Lafayette, IN

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:: April 06, 2018
Ulysses Owen’s Songs of Freedom
Univ of Chicago
Chicago IL

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:: April 06, 2018
Ulysses Owen’s Songs of Freedom
Krannert Center
Urbana, IL

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:: April 12, 2018
Albany Symphony feat Theo Bleckmann
(all music by Sleeping Giant: Timo Andres, Christopher Cerrone, Jacob Cooper, Ted Hearne, Robert Honstein, and Andrew Norman PLUS Kate Bush)
Kennedy Center
Washington, DC

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:: April 19, 2018
Ulysses Owen’s Songs of Freedom

Stanford Live
Stanford CA

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:: April 28, 2018
John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble
Western Connecticut State University
WCSU

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:: May 3, 2018
Theo Bleckmann
Neue Galerie, NYC

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:: May 10-14, 2018
Theo Bleckmann and Uri Caine
concerts and workshops
Lunenburg Acadamy of Musci Performance
LAMP, Nova Scotia

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:: July 24-30, 2017
Siena Jazz Jazz Summer Workshop
Siena, Italy
[SienaJazz2017]

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:: August 6-11, 2016
8th ANNUAL VOCAL INTENSIVE

Berkeley, CA
California Jazz Conservatory
A weeklong program designed to help singers define, create and perform in a distinctive and authentic style. Jazz singing is like a tree that can grow branches in many genres; with roots firmly grounded, this unique intensive emphasizes the technical, creative and spiritual aspects of singing and serves as a catalyst for artistic growth no matter where your path leads. The performance on Saturday, August 11 is open to the public and takes place in Hardymon Hall at the California Jazz Conservatory.
Limit: 10 students: open to intermediate to advanced singers.
Contact: laurie@cjc.edu
>>> Apply early – this has been selling out each year

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photo by Jörg Grosse Geldermann / next/berlin
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