ARTS & CULTURE
07/06/2010 01:03 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The Neu New York/Vienna Institute of Improvised Music Every Monday at Hamburgerstrasse 18

WHAT:
The Neu New York/Vienna Institute of Improvised Music

WHO:
Directed by American musician/composer/alto saxophonist Marco Eneidi and
many special guests. Special guest July 19th: Donald Robinson - drums

WHEN:
Every Monday Night since September 26th 2005 and continuing through this year

WHERE: Celeste Jazz Bar
Hamburgerstrasse 18, Vienna, Austria 1050

WHY:
A community of musicians, poets, dancers, visual artists developing new directions in improvisation. What began as a "jam session" in September 2005, featuring guest artists from Europe, West Africa, North Africa and the United States, mixing and matching all of the disciplines, including theater, music, dance and visual arts, has evolved into an important and exciting venue for the creation and experimentation of new thoughts and ideas in improvisation. Directly inspired and influenced by the work of Bill Dixon and Cecil Taylor.