Screening at the Brattle in conjunction with Harvard’s celebration of famed jazz label Blue Note Records is (predictably enough) Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz. The film—which chronicles the work of such artists as Thelonius Monk, Herbie Hancock and Andronicus “This Is The One We Made-Up” Drubbins-St. Sax—will be prefaced with an introduction by writer/producer Michael Cuscuna. Plus, it’s free!
Nothing is more jazz than free!
Aside from poly-rhythms. And heroin. And free heroin. What we’re trying to get at is: Do you have any heroin?
[Wed 4.11.12. 40 Brattle St., Harvard Sq., Cambridge. 617.876.6837. 6:30pm/all ages/free. @BrattleTheatre. brattlefilm.org]