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Mossa Bildner’s T.S. Eliot Project “The Four Quartets” – February 29th at Cornelia Street Café

January 22, 2012


Mossa Bildner's T.S. Eliot Project "The Four Quartets"

Cornelia Street Café

Listen to an excerpt here.

Mossa Bildner’s T.S. Eliot Project “The Four Quartets” – October 23rd at The Bowery Poetry Club

October 19, 2011

Listen to an excerpt here.








The IMP Quintet (June 23rd) and The IMP Duo (July 13th) at University of the Streets NYC

May 10, 2011

The IMP Quintet

June 23, 2011 – 8 PM


Mossa Bildner – Vocals
Daniel Carter – Reeds
Charlie Raugh – Guitar
Ken Filiano – Bass
Christine Bard – Percussion

IMProvisations on TS Eliot’s the 4 Quartets.


The IMP Duo

July 13, 2011 – 8 PM


Mossa Bildner – Vocals
Connie Crothers – Piano

IMProvisations on the poetry of Dylan Thomas.


University of the Streets NYC
130 East 7th Street
New York, New York 10009

Mossa Bildner and the IMProvisers Quintet at The Local 269 – December 13

November 16, 2010

Mossa Bildner and the IMProvisers Quintet

December 13, 2010 – 8 PM

The Local 269
269 E Houston Street [map]
New York, NY 10002


Mossa Bildner – Vocals
Hilliard Greene Bass
Steve Swell Trombone
Daniel LevinCello
Warren Smith Drums

Mossa Bildner’s “Colours of Ritual” at Joe’s Pub – July 10!

May 5, 2010

Mossa Bildner’s
Colours of Ritual

July 10, 2010 – 9:30PM

Joe’s Pub
at The Public Theatre
425 Lafayette Street [map]
New York, NY 10003

Special Guest: Dendê Macedo


Mossa Bildner – Composition, Vocals
Adam Morrison – Keyboards, Music Director
Hassan Ben Jaffar (El Ganaoui) – Vocals, Sintir, Moroccan Percussion
Dendê Macedo – Vocals, Congas
Felipe Salles – Sax, Flute
Zafer Tawil – Oud, Dumbek
Emmanuel Mann – Electric Bass
Mohamed Bechar – Vocals, MoroccanPercussian
Xande Cruz – Congas, Brazilian Percussion
Gilad – drums
DJ Moose

A confluence of Afro-Brazilian Candomble’ rituals, Gnawa ceremonies, mystical Sephardic melodies and Electronic beats brought by musicians from Brazil, Morocco, Israel, and the United States, tonight’s performance is created by vocalist/composer, Mossa Bildner, and features Dendê Macedo. The critic Eva Yaa Asantewaa described her as “a mellower Diamanda Galás, a way funkier Paul Winter, a Brazilian Auntie Mame on acid.”

See Joe’s Pub website for more information and tickets

Read the press release here (pdf)

Watch the entire performance