Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community


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05/01/2016 - 06/15/2016

Sunday, May 1
Sun 5/01 5:00 PM Actual Cafe [6334 San Pablo Avenue Oakland]
The Actual Trio – John Schott, Dan Seamans, and John Hanes  More...
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Sun 5/01 7:00 PM Zellerbach Hall [UC Berkeley]
Kronos Quartet  More...
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Sun 5/01 8:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Av, Berkeley, CA]
Celebrate the Cardew Choir's 15th Anniversary with a concert of works by Cardew, Oliveros, Hutchinson, Marsh, and Bickley.  More...
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Sun 5/01 8:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
Mayday Celebration at Berkeley Arts - Cornelius Cardew Choir

Celebrating the 15th anniversary of the first rehearsal of the Cornelius Cardew Choir! Paragrah 7 of the Great Learning by Cardew, Wind Horse by Pauline Oliveros, Frog Haiku by Brenda Hutchinson, Tuning Fork Mosquitos by Tom Bickley, Transmission Conduction by Bob Marsh. $10 suggested donation (no one turned away for lack of funds)  More...
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Monday, May 2
Mon 5/02 8:00 PM Make-Out Room [3225 22nd St SF]
The Monday Make-Out
The cutting edge of Bay Area jazz and improvised music--

Monday, May 2, 8pm (8:30pm start)
Set #1:Two Aerials (chamber jazz/songs)
(Mark Clifford-vibes, etc., Crystal Pascucci-cello, vocals, etc., Steve Blum-keys, Britt Ciampa-dms)

Set #2: Grex (art rock/free jazz)
(Karl Evangelista-gtr, vox, Rei Scampavia-keys, vox, Robert Lopez-dms)

Set #3: DaMaDa (world fusion)
(Luo Danna - vocals, Marc Schmitz - gtr, Dave Mihaly - dms, perc, Michael Fortes - b)  More...
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Mon 5/02 8:00 PM Gray Area Art And Technology [2665 Mission St. SF]
The Touch Label from the UK is presenting a special music Conference session featuring the turntables and sampled sonic amazement of Philip Jeck along the extraordinary AV demonstrations by Mark van Hoen and Simon Scott at the Gray Area location at 2665 Mission Street near 23rd on Monday May 2nd at 8pm for $12 advance and $15 at the door. Call 650-255-8947 for special passes and additional information  More...
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Mon 5/02 9:30 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
Oakland Freedom Jazz Society presents

Key West:
Brian Pedersen-saxes
Randylee Sutherland- drums
Sung Kim- ozukuri

The Blues:
Marissa Magic: guitar, alto sax
Max Nordile: alto sax, percussion

new american free jazz underground

Doors 8:30PM / Show 9:30PM

$5 - $15 Suggested Donation  More...
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Tuesday, May 3
Tue 5/03 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
permutations050316: Taka Kigawa plays Complete Ligeti Piano Etudes  More...
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Wednesday, May 4
Wed 5/04 6:30 PM Hotel Rex [562 Sutter St. San Francisco]
Sarah Cahill - Chaconnes  More...
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Wed 5/04 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Sooyeon Lyuh : New works for solo Haegeum (korean fiddle)

Sooyeon Lyuh performs new and innovative works written especially for her by UC Berkeley faculty and students.  More...
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Thursday, May 5
Thu 5/05 7:00 PM Octopus Literary Salon [2101 Webster St. #170 Oakland]
Nathan Clevenger & Tim DeCillis  More...
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Thu 5/05 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm Joshua Marshall - tenor saxophone
9pm The Guthrie Project
Beth Schenck - saxophones, compositions, Matt Wrobel - guitar
"lyrical, rich and biting" Greg Burk,  More...
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Friday, May 6
Fri 5/06 6:00 PM Presidio Officer's Club [50 Moraga Ave SF]
Sheldon Brown Group

A staple of the Bay Area's Creative Music scene, Sheldon Brown leads his all-star players through exciting original compositions.

Composer and woodwind multi-instrumentalist Sheldon Brown has been involved in the Bay Area creative music scene for over 20 years, leading his own band since 1994. Sheldon Brown Group was awarded a 2013 Chamber Music America New Jazz Works grant to develop Blood of the Air, an extended work inspired by texts and recordings of legendary American surrealist poet (and muse to the Beat Generation) Philip Lamantia. Brown has worked for many years with Club Foot Orchestra, composing music for silent films and the CBS cartoon series The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat.  More...
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Fri 5/06 8:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Jupiter Chamber Ensemble
Second Wind, Black & White, and May the Foursome Be With You

Victor Romasevich, violin & piano; Michael Jones, violin; Stephen Levintow, viola; Paul Rhodes, cello; Special Guest Lawrence London, composer/clarinet; Special Guest Steven Dibner, bassoon; Special Guest Lena Lubotsky, piano  More...
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Fri 5/06 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Goddess: Anne Rainwater, Amy Foote & Helen Newby

Anne Rainwater, Amy Foote, and Helen Newby have formed a unique trio of percussive piano, cello, and text-based voice. They perform music that is deeply connected to the modern political, social, and emotional currents of our world to create a more relevant and culturally embodied musical experience. Their first program, "Bloodlines," is dedicated to the divine feminine, a glimpse into the generations of the group's past and of all the women that have gone before.  More...
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Fri 5/06 8:00 PM Canessa Gallery [708 Montgomery St SF]
Cardew Choir Exhibit opening and performance  More...
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Fri 5/06 10:00 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
River Song Quintet + Aunt Rose

Aunt Rose is a collective made up of composers/improvisers Crystal Pascucci (cello), Mark Clifford (vibraphone) and Jordan Glenn (drums/accordion).

River Song Quintet is a chamber ensemble and composer/performer collective whose music draws from the interests and influences of its members, merging the worlds of western-classical chamber music, art song, jazz, and folk music.  More...
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Saturday, May 7
Sat 5/07 4:00 PM Finnish Kaleva Hall [1970 Chestnut St. Berkeley]
Annual Spring Festival @ The Finnish Kaleva Hall featuring Heikki Koskinen's Norther Winds & Voices CD release concert INSIDE / OUTSIDE – SISÄLLÄ / ULKONA

Heikki Koskinen, piano; tenor recorder; e-trumpet; kantele; arrangements; Kati Pienimäki Schenker, vocals, kantele; Steve Heckman, tenor sax; Bb & bass clarinet; alto, bass & wooden flutes; Rent Romus, alto sax, flutes & kantele; Noah Schenker, double bass

A musical ride through a wide variety of styles and approaches, from written arrangements to free flowing extemporaneous group improvisations  More...
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Sat 5/07 5:00 PM Episcopal Church of the Incarnation [1750 29th Ave SF]
Inside Voices: Jazz and classical pianist Leon Rosen, mixes Jazz paradigms with classical music to create an unique fusion of music with spectacular fireworks on the keyboard.  More...
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Sat 5/07 7:30 PM Canessa Gallery [708 Montgomery St SF]
For the May installment of the Meridian Composers in Performance series we are excited to present Kanoko Nishi-Smith and Pedro Lopes!  More...
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Sat 5/07 8:00 PM The Sound Room [2147 Broadway, Oakland, CA, 94612]
The Jenny Maybee / Nick Phillips Quartet
Featuring Dan Feiszli and David Rokeach
Miles & More: A 90th Birthday Celebration of Miles Davis  More...
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Sat 5/07 9:00 PM Gray Area Art And Technology [2665 Mission St. SF]
UNSEEN series | Wave Encounters Obstacle

Gray Area’s UNSEEN Series presents site-specific, collaborative performances by Bay Area artists and explores current practices in immersive media, including expanded cinema, video and sound art, experimental music and technology. The UNSEEN series is curated by Oakland artist Matt Fisher.

Wave Encounters Obstacle is a new collaborative, mutimedia work by five local artists working in expanded cinema and music. Thomas Dimuzio, Kit Young, Lori Varga, Brian Pederson and Sung Kim will be using 8 channels of video and film with 8 channels of surround audio.  More...
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Sunday, May 8
Sun 5/08 5:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
The Window Gallery: Opening Reception for Trimpin

Join Trimpin, hosted by Window Gallery co-curator Bart Hopkin and filmmaker Peter Esmonde, for a free reception and special preview of Kraut Kontrol. Talk and demonstration will begin at 6 PM. Trimpin's work will be on display through June 30.  More...
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Sun 5/08 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
7:30pm Madalyn Merkey & Julie Moon
Julie Moon - piano and voice/Madalyn Merkey - computer synthesis
8:30pm Noertker's Moxie
Annelise Zamula - tenor sax, flute/Theo Padouvas - cornet/Bill Noertker - contrabass/Jason Levis - drums  More...
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Tuesday, May 10
Tue 5/10 7:30 PM Omni Oakland Commons [4799 Shattuck Ave Oakland]
Active Music Series Presents:
Room 47 (John McCowen - clarinets / gabby fluke-mogul - violin / Adam Hirsch - saxophone)
Pedro Lopes [turntable percussion, cymbals and modified needles]
The Norman Conquest  More...
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Tue 5/10 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Woofer/Tweeter: sfSoundSalonSeries presents Departure

Departure is a Boston-based soprano and double bass duo comprised of Nina Guo and Edward Kass. Committed to expanding the repertoire for the “high-low” partnership, Departure commissions and performs new works with a particular focus on extended technique and theatricality.  More...
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Wednesday, May 11
Wed 5/11 7:30 PM David Brower Center [2150 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 94704]
Composer, performer, and instrument-builder Cheryl E. Leonard, creates a concert using Arctic and Antarctic field recordings and natural-object instruments including penguin bones, dried kelp, ice, and seashells. Leonard, with Phillip Greenlief, will perform works about polar environments and climate change including Meltwater, a delicate and innovative composition produced with icicles.  More...
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Thursday, May 12
Thu 5/12 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm Steuart Liebig - electric bass/effects\
“. . . nonpareil rethinker of electric bass . . . “
9pm zBug
David Leikam — NS Design CR6 cello, Moog synthesizers, piano, Sheila Bosco — drums, keyboard, Timothy Orr — drums, percussion, Sean Price — modular synthesizer, electro-beats  More...
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Friday, May 13
Fri 5/13 7:00 PM Community Music Center [544 Capp Street SF]

Janet Collard, Christy Funsch, Sonsherée Giles, Shinichi Iova-Koga, Peiling Kao, and Amy Lewis present choreography to Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello by J.S. Bach. Music performed live by Jim Kassis, Alex Keitel, Suki O'Kane, Crystal Pascucci, Eli Wise, and Katrina Wreede.

May 13 and 14, 2016
Two different programs each night!
7pm and 9pm  More...
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Fri 5/13 8:00 PM Second Act [1727 Haight St. SF]
“Silver Ochre: Who Are US 2016″ expresses 21st century America through the eyes and ears of two perpetually traveling artists. A series of ‘moving stills’ by ACVilla and electronic artist Thollem‘s live score and field recordings, the performance highlights influences from the diversity of sights and sounds of this extremely varied country.  More...
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Saturday, May 14
Sat 5/14 8:00 PM ODC Commons Studio B [351 Shotwell St. San Francisco]
Rova Saxophone Quartet OCTET aka Figure 8

Rova's classic 1990's music for saxophone octet revisited with guests Vinny Golia, Phillip Greenlief, Aram Shelton and Cory Wright  More...
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Sunday, May 15
Sun 5/15 7:30 PM Temescal Art Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Doors That Only Open in Silence (open participation improv workshop)  More...
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Monday, May 16
Mon 5/16 7:30 PM ODC Dance Theatre [3153 17th Street at Shotwell SF]
Earplay 31: Test of Time  More...
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Wednesday, May 18
Wed 5/18 7:45 PM Second Act [1727 Haight St. SF]
Fletcher Pratt, Type B, Foreskin Sashimi in Paradise, The Flayed Choirmaster
..more details soon...  More...
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Wed 5/18 9:00 PM The Chapel [777 Valencia St San Francisco, CA]
The Peter Brötzmann Quartet

Jason Adasiewicz — vibraphone
Peter Brötzmann — wind instruments
John Edwards — bass
Steve Noble — drums

Also appearing - Patrick Wolff Sextet featuring Ben Goldberg and Marco Eneidi  More...
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Thursday, May 19
Thu 5/19 7:30 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
Free World ~ 3rd Thursdays
con· jure: make (something) appear unexpectedly or seemingly from nowhere as if by magic
India Cooke, violin
Lewis Jordan, saxophone, word
Joe McKinley, contrabass
Kele Nitoto, percussion
Donald Robinson, set drum  More...
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Thu 5/19 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8:15pm: Sub Station 6 (drones / electronics)
8:45pm: Wobbly
9:30pm: Horse Lords (from Baltimore) - microtonal post-rock  More...
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Thu 5/19 9:30 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
Ben Goldberg, Ila Cantor, & Scott Amendola Trio  More...
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Friday, May 20
Fri 5/20 7:30 PM The Red Poppy Art House [2698 Folsom St @23rd St SF]
Rent Romus’ Life’s Blood Ensemble LP/CD Album release performance of "Rising Colossus"

Saxophonist Rent Romus’ visionary group Life’s Blood Ensemble presents the album release performance of Rising Colossus, a milestone project of musical exploration of emergence and multiple movements.
Featuring: Rent Romus - alto saxophone Timothy Orr - drums Max Judelson - double bass Safa Shokrai - double bass Joshua Marshall – tenor saxophone Mark Clifford – vibes Heikki “Mike” Koskinen – e-trumpet
Advance Tickets:  More...
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Fri 5/20 8:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
Play or Die 2016: Concert #4
opening: Larry Ochs - Jason Hoopes (bass) - Jordan Glenn (drums)
2nd set: Satoko Fujii (piano) - Kappa Maki (trumpet) - Gino Robair drums, electronics
3rd shorter set = one extended sextet piece  More...
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Saturday, May 21
Sat 5/21 3:00 PM Maybeck Studio for the Performing Arts [1537 Euclid Ave. Berkeley]
Satoko Fujii Improvised Piano Solo Series Vol.8 : A Tribute to Paul Bley

"She is the Ellington of free jazz."―Bob Rusch, Cadence

“Unpredictable, wildly creative, and uncompromising…Fujii is an absolutely essential listen for anyone interested in the future of jazz." ― Dan McClenaghan, All About Jazz

“Fujii is clearly one of the most exciting musicians to come along in a while.” ― Robert Iannapollo, Cadence

Seating is limited. Get your required online reservation here.  More...
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Sat 5/21 7:00 PM Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive [2155 Center St. Berkeley]
FULL: Sensuous
Albert Behar teams up with soprano Ariadne Greif to perform his original song cycle Calligrammes; the premiere of Full Bloom by Edmund Campion; and women’s vocal ensemble Vajra Voices.  More...
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Sat 5/21 8:00 PM St. Mark’s Lutheran Church [1111 O’Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94109]
World Premieres of works by John Beeman, Harry Bernstein, Michael Cooke, Lisa Scola Prosek, Davide Verotta, & Mark Alburger by the San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra (SFCCO). The orchestra consists primarily of composer/performers, forming a unique ensemble dedicated to democratizing the symphony orchestra, making it available to composers of many styles and in many stages of development, from the established to the very young.  More...
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Sunday, May 22
Sun 5/22 4:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]

Eva-Maria Zimmermann; Keisuke Nakagoshi, piano

This concert is made possible in part by a grant from the Zellerbach Family Foundation.

Terry Riley G-Song (arr. by ZOFO 2014)
Dylan Mattingly Magnolia (2015) World Premiere
Gabriella Smith Máncora to Huaraz (2015) World Premiere
Katherine Balch Ordinary Matter (2015) World Premiere
Harold Shapero Sonata (1941)
Ryan Brown I heard bells from my rotating house (2014)
Paul Schoenfield Five Days from the Life of a Manic Depressive (1984)  More...
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Sun 5/22 7:00 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
Edgetone 25th Anniversary Showcase Series
**Performances celebrating twenty five years of independent music from Edgetone Recoords**
E. Doctor Smith presents music from the Drummstick I&II and Quantum
Peter McKibben - guitar/synthesizer/loops, E. Doctor Smith - Zendrum EXP- samples/loops, and featuring Laura Austin Wiley - flute/effects/loops
Matt Davignon - drum machine/effects
John Finkbeiner- guitar, Josh Allen - tenor saxophone, Timothy Orr - drums
...and more! TBA  More...
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Thursday, May 26
Thu 5/26 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm Bryan Day - invented instruments
9pm Dave DeFilippo/Kevin Corcoran  More...
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Thu 5/26 8:00 PM Starline Social Club [2236 Martin Luther King Oakland]
Black Spirituals
Tonal Masher

- presented by Sixty Hurts + International Anthem -

BLACK SPIRITUALS - - Black Spirituals is a collaboration between two soloists who have found a new platform for the intersection of tone-generating electronic technology and the heart-thumping technology of acoustic percussion.

AHLEUCHATISTAS (Asheville NC) - -Ahleuchatistas is guitarist Shane Parish and drummer Ryan Oslance on a musical odyssey of pure imagination

TONAL MASHER - - Tonal Masher is the solo electroacoustic project of Aram Shelton.

IMA - Electro-percussion duo of Amma Ateria and Nava Dunkelman explores distortions of time and handling of the ever present moment through restraint and release. Their array of metallic nature march forth with space expanding densities to brinks of breakage, situated to be caressed by the beautification of spaces in between.  More...
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Friday, May 27
Fri 5/27 6:00 PM Presidio Officer's Club [50 Moraga Ave SF]

Tickets are free but a reservation is required at  More...
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Saturday, May 28
Sat 5/28 12:00 PM Amnesia [853 Valencia St. San Francisco]
One Man Band Orchestra #0 led by Josh Pollock  More...
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Sunday, May 29
Sun 5/29 7:00 PM Episcopal Church of the Incarnation [1750 29th Ave SF]
Join assistant concert master of the San Francisco Symphony, Mark Volkert, violist Nancy Ellis and double bassist Charles Chandler, also from the San Francisco Symphony, and Jan Volkert, principal cellist from the Marin Symphony, in a unique chamber music concert for strings and double bass!  More...
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Sun 5/29 8:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue between Shattuck & Oxford, walking distance from downtown Berkeley BART]
8pm Phillip Greenlief - alto and tenor saxophones; Jordan Glenn - percussion 9 pm Nathan Clevenger Group: Nathan Clevenger - guitar, compositions; Kasey Knudsen - alto saxophone; Cory Wright - tenor saxophone/clarinet/flute; Rachel Condry - bass clarinet/clarinet; Sam Bevan - bass; Jon Arkin - drums/percussion; Jason Levis - drums/percussion  More...
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Thursday, June 2
Thu 6/02 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm: Matt Davignon (electronics) and some people
9pm: TBD  More...
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Friday, June 3
Fri 6/03 7:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
NextNow's ALL TOMORROWS' AFTER PARTIES 2016 benefit/festival - the New/Creative Music Community raising funds to help the homeless and mentally disabled. 3 nights and 2 days of diverse music and sonic arts with some of the best performers locally and internationally...the 4rd year of bringing together the creative spirit giving to a very worth cause. Avant-Rock, Experimental Chamber, Jazz, Improvised, Electro-Acoustic, Neo-Folk, Progressive Post-modern are among the varied style you'll hear.  More...
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Fri 6/03 8:00 PM The Lab [2948 16th St SF]
Lau Nau with Dire Wolves and Paul Clipson  More...
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Saturday, June 4
Sat 6/04 2:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
NextNow's ALL TOMORROWS' AFTER PARTIES 2016 (fri-sat-sun June 3,4,5 @ berkeley arts festival Ca) - Mika Pontecorvo curated Benefit Festival celebrating New innovative Music to raise funds for Homeless Action Center, and the SF Coalition on Homelessness..
with Guest of Honor Finnish Experimental Folk Artist Lau Nau  More...
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Sunday, June 5
Sun 6/05 1:00 PM Yerba Buena Gardens Festival [740 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94103]
In the Spirit of Flying Eagle
Dr. Loco’s 75th Birthday Tribute to Jim Pepper

Native American tenor saxophonist Jim Pepper was a jazz giant whose spirit continues to reverberate across the scene. A stellar roster of Bay Area musicians celebrate the jazz fusion pioneer of Kaw and Creek descent who forged a singular synthesis of peyote chants, powwow beats, jazz, rock, and pop (exemplified by his hit “Witchi Tai To”). Co-sponsored by American Indian Movement (AIM) West and curated by José “Dr. Loco” Cuellar, the event includes performances by saxophonists Francis Wong, Hafez Modirzadeh, Melecio Magdaluyo, Dr. Loco, and special guests. The program also celebrates musician/educator/activist/legend Dr. Loco’s 75th birthday!  More...
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Sun 6/05 2:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
NextNow's ALL TOMORROWS' AFTER PARTIES 2016 (fri-sat-sun June 3,4,5 @ berkeley arts festival Ca) the 3rd annual Benefit Festival celebrating New innovative Music to raise funds for Homeless Action Center, and the SF Coalition on Homelessness..Mika Pontecorvo curated,  More...
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Sun 6/05 3:00 PM Berkeley Arts Festival [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
zBug Featuring Sheila Bosco, Timothy Orr, Sean Price – All Tomorrows’ After Parties | Nextnow Presents  More...
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Sun 6/05 5:00 PM Actual Cafe [6334 San Pablo Avenue Oakland]
The Actual Trio – John Schott, Dan Seamans, and John Hanes  More...
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Sunday, June 12
Sun 6/12 3:00 PM 1st AME Zion Church San Jose [95 S 20th Street San Jose, California 95116]
zBug featuring Timothy Orr, Fred Malouf, Clifford Brown III, Doug Ellington – Curated by Eddie Gale | Spiritual Jazz Sundays – African American Journey Exhibit  More...
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