Music

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Every Thursday evening at 9.  $5

We are very pleased to be hosting an evening program of adventurous improvised live music at the Khyber Pass Cafe every Thursday at 9!

Music is curated by Adam Linz, Kevin Cosgrove, Paul Metzger and 6 Families.

For booking inquiries, please send links to music and dates of interest to: 00paulmetzger00@gmail.com Thank you for contacting us. We appreciate your submissions. We receive many inquiries about performing at the Khyber. Please be patient.

Admission is $5.
Wine, beer and small plates will be available.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017
  • Thu
    28
    Sep
    2017
    Milo Fine: drum set (percussion)
    Sam Wildenauer: bass
    Emerson Aagaard: soprano sax
  • Thu
    26
    Oct
    2017

    Born in 1956, French Clarinettist Sylvain Kassap has been one of the greatest improv jazz musicians since the late 70s. A major player on the avant-garde scene, Kassap has performed with Louis Sclavis, Michel Portal, Henri Texier, Bernard Lubat, François Tusques, and many other cutting-edge French musicians. He has also played along side a large number of innovative international musicians such as Evan Parker, John Surman, Barre Philips, Sam Rivers, Hamid Drake, Han Bennink.

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  • Thu
    23
    Nov
    2017
  • Thu
    30
    Nov
    2017

    Heather Barringer: Vibraphone
    Noah Ophove-Baldwin:Trumpet
    Michelle Kinney: Cello
    George Cartwright: Saxophones

    Who will be performing from their repertoire:

    1. Snowman Snowman
    2. The Exhausted Years
    3. The Long Triangle
    4. Wispy Sheep

  • Thu
    28
    Dec
    2017

    Le Voyage is Donald Washington, Matt Trice, Dick Studer and Steve Hirsh. Their music is composed in the moment, with stories expressed through sound, spinning threads that become whole cloth. The vocabulary typically used to describe music created in this fashion (free jazz, avant garde) only obscures the essential nature and purpose of the music. The music is about diving directly into the molten core of our humanity, aiming to break apart the thick husks that separate us from ourselves and each other. To paraphrase Carlos Santana, the music will alter your molecular structure.

  • Thu
    25
    Jan
    2018