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Tonic Hosts Red Cross Benefit Shows

To help the American Red Cross as it struggles to assist victims of terrorism in New York and Washington, inveterate experimenter and boundary-crosser John Zorn has organized a series of benefit concerts featuring musicians prominent in lower Manhattan’s musical landscape. The shows are being held at Tonic, which is co-producing the series.

Tonight’s concert features Zorn’s Masada, a group that combines the influence of his beloved Ornette Coleman with Yiddish music, and Marc Ribot’s Cubanos Postisos.

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