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The Stone

Map & Directions 16 Ave. C
New York, NY 10009
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212-473-0043

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All expenses are paid for by the MUSIC itself - through the online sale of special Limited Edition CDs released yearly on the Tzadik label. Each month a different musician is responsible for curating the programs with 100% of the nightly revenue going directly to the musicians.

 
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  • Tim V. on 08/01/12

    Tiny, elemental space where musicians' musicians play. John Zorn is the artistic director. Not a date spot unless your date knows who John Zorn is.

  • The Corcoran Group on 12/17/11

    Easy-to-miss venue with avant garde performers you won’t find anywhere else. No advance ticket sales, so be prepared to wait or even get turned away.

  • Marc U. on 01/05/12

    Best place in NYC to see avantgarde experimental new and exciting music! 100% music, for music lovers by music lovers. No distractions. Just pure 100% music. I love this place!

  • New York Habitat on 12/14/11

    A true no frills music venue. Just some seats, a stage, and a night of diverse music. Right across the street from the gas station.

  • John P. on 03/04/11

    Get here early if you're seeing a 'popular' artist (I showed up 30 minutes before the Six Organs of Admittance show and was one of the last people in)

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