This is another Pharoah Sanders gig that I didn’t get to see, mainly because it was in New York City and I was in London.
There is a New York Times review here accompanied by an excellent photo.
It seems like Pharoah was playing well and I enjoyed this paragraph in particular:-
But this crowd was listening hard and well. At one point, Mr. Booth played a solo that alternated between only two notes. It was an exercise in focused simplicity, and the crowd processed exactly what was good about it: Cheers erupted when he finished. The same went for a single note played by Mr. Sanders toward the end: not particularly long or showstopping, but big and strong and decisive, full of overtones. The audience members seemed to understand that it was more than a note; they understood the power of its placement, and the information it contained, and how in a way it represented Mr. Sanders’s whole enterprise.
I remain hopeful that we will get the chance to see Pharoah in the UK later this year.