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05/26/2016 - 07/10/2016

Thursday, May 26
Thu 5/26 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Joseph M. Colombo: Music for Metal Strings

New works for ringing metal strings, by composer Joseph M. Colombo. Featuring the Mobius Trio, Regina Schaffer, and Britton Day.  More...
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Thu 5/26 7:30 PM Second Act [1727 Haight St. SF]
ELECTRIC SHADOW THEATER: FILM TRUTH + SURREAL SOUND BY FUSHIGI KENKYŪKAI (不思議研究会)

◉ Films by Jean Cocteau and Robert Florey / Slavko Vorkapić

◉ Music: Beth Custer (bass & other clarinets | vocals) — Thomas Dimuzio (electronics) — Tom Djll (surrealist prepared trumpet | electronics) — Joe Lasqo (piano | MSP/laptop | objects) — David Michalak (skatchbox | lap-steel guitar | film curator) — and special guest from Sweden, Biggi Vinkeloe (sax | flute)

The name Fushigi Kenkyūkai (不思議研究会) means "Paranormal Research Society". The truth is out there… beyond normal reality. The program uses two surrealist film classics to find it:


🎥 Robert Florey / Slavko Vorkapić: The Life and Death of 9413: a Hollywood Extra: (13 min)

🎥 Jean Cocteau: Orphée: (95 min). Part 2 of the Orphic Trilogy.

For ticket prices, online purchase discount, etc., click through to details….  More...
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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
Ahleuchatistas
IMA
Tonal Masher

- presented by Sixty Hurts + International Anthem -

BLACK SPIRITUALS - http://blackspirituals.com/ - 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) - http://ahleuchatistas.com/ -Ahleuchatistas is guitarist Shane Parish and drummer Ryan Oslance on a musical odyssey of pure imagination

TONAL MASHER - http://www.aramshelton.com/projects/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]
PRESIDIO SESSIONS - Sarah Cahill

Tickets are free but a reservation is required at http://www.sffcm.org/presidio-sessions/  More...
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Fri 5/27 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Koto Music

Shoko Hikage, Noriko Tsuboi and Yuki Yasuda will perform koto music works by Chappell Kingsland, Hyo-shin Na, and Tadao Sawai.  More...
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Fri 5/27 8:00 PM SF Eagle [398 12th St San Francisco]
LOADED with BOB OSTERTAG  More...
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Fri 5/27 9:00 PM Legionnaire Saloon [2272 Telegraph Ave. oakland, CA]
Voltage Drop - Industrial / Electronics Dance Club Presents

V:4 with live sets by

NINE (Nihar Bhatt / Surface Tension)
https://soundcloud.com/niharb/nine-live-set-preview

MAYA SONGBIRD (Ratskin Records / Holy Rocket Ships)
https://ratskinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/maya-songbird-queen-of-darkness-ep

CHATTY MANDRIL (Zachary James Watkins)
(sample coming soon)

Resident Selectors: BONUS BEAST / MALO / KOZI

Visuals by FLOWER PATTERN'S GHOST

Doors at 9pm • $5 before 10pm / $7 after • 21 & over  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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Sat 5/28 3:00 PM Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture [Chapel 2 Marina Blvd SF]
Wooden Fish Ensemble -

The Wooden Fish Ensemble plays Hyo-shin Na and Boudewijn Buckinx!

The Wooden Fish Ensemble will play a program of music for violin, koto, and bass koto by Hyo-shin Na and Boudewijn Buckinx that will include two exciting world premieres - a work for violin solo by Buckinx and a work by Na for violin and koto.  More...
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Sat 5/28 8:30 PM Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture [Gallery 308 2 Marina Blvd SF]
Dada Explodes

Gallery 308

Capturing the avant-garde world of the Dada Movement, “Dada Explodes: A Burst of Sound, Light, and the Absurd” will feature a surreal carnival for the senses. Featuring the music of experimental rock band Impuritan — a blend psychedelic, ambient, punk, noise, shoegaze, and surf/post/space rock — and visuals by filmmaker Anna Geyer, the performance is curated by composer/sound artist David Molina.  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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Sun 5/29 9:00 PM Gray Area Art And Technology [2665 Mission St. SF]
UNSEEN series | Resonant Luminance

For Gray Area's fourth UNSEEN we bring you Resonant Luminance: a night of collaborative video and sound performances with Allison Leigh Holt, Kadet Kuhne, Abandoned Footwear, and Sarah Brady!  More...
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Tuesday, May 31
Tue 5/31 7:30 PM CCRMA [660 Lomita Dr. Stanford]
Bryan Day will perform with some new robotic instruments - Displacement Rails and Rotowhisker - and a spherical tape loop machine called the Accumulation Sphere.  More...
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Wednesday, June 1
Wed 6/01 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Netmoiré creates an energetic and mercurial experience that blends avant-garde free improvisation with electronic, beat-driven music. This performance features Jason Charney and Josh Simmons on laptops, reinterpreting improvisations with saxophonist Nick Zoulek and generative, audio-responsive animation.  More...
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Thursday, June 2
Thu 6/02 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Snail Meets West is the free jazz duo of indie spacerock musician Azalia Snail of NYC and multi-instrumentalist music maestro Dan West of Los Angeles. The project is inspired by and a tribute to the late great Ornette Coleman. Dan West, who was a student of Grammy Award winning composer/arranger Clare Fischer, has played with Maynard Ferguson, Paula Kelly and Joe Williams. He is a graduate of Cal State Northridge and an alumni of Cal Arts. Snail has learned from studying the great free jazz drummers~~ amongst them, William Hooker and Denardo Coleman.  More...
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Thu 6/02 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm: Aaron Oppenheim (electronics)
9pm: Matt Davignon (electronics) and Suki O'Kane with possibly another person  More...
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Thu 6/02 8:00 PM Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture [2 Marina Blvd SF]
Duets in the Key of Dada: Ackamoor/Molina Duo, Yvette Janine Jackson, David Molina at SFIAF  More...
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Thu 6/02 8:00 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
Minsky Duo plays Violin, Piano, and Drums

Nate Bartley (violin) and Monica Chew (piano) present a a wide-ranging program inspired by folktunes to ragtime, with a side of neoclassicism and new music from Aaron Andrew Hunt.  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 7:00 PM Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture [Gallery 308 2 Marina Blvd SF]
Borromeo String Quartet - Percussion Quintet

The award-winning Borromeo String Quartet, lauded for its “edge-of-the-seat performances” by the Boston Globe, will present the world premiere of Bay Area composer Hi Kyung Kim’s Percussion Quintet. Featuring guest percussionist William Winant, the performance is sure to further cement Borromeo String Quartet’s standing as one of the most important ensembles of our time.  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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Fri 6/03 8:00 PM Royce Gallery [2901 Mariposa St SF]
ROOM: RoomKeys

The 2016 ROOM Series begins with an evening of Bay Area keyboard virtuosi playing contemporary music on a variety of black and white keys.

Hadley McCarroll, rob reich, Eric Glick Rieman, Donald Swearingen, Pamela Z  More...
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Fri 6/03 9:30 PM Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture [Gallery 308 2 Marina Blvd SF]
Del Sol String Quartet - Del Sol String Quartet

Featuring music of composers from around the world, the concert examines themes that bring us together as human beings. With music by Australian legendary composer Peter Sculthorpe we look to the increasingly distressing issues of global warming and environmental destruction.  More...
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Saturday, June 4
Sat 6/04 12:00 PM Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture [2 Marina Blvd SF]
Peter Whitehead - Musical Mini Marathon

Composer, instrument builder and musician Peter Whitehead will stage an eight hour Musical Mini Marathon consisting of himself and a series of invited guests playing a large, varied collection of musical instruments built by Mr. Whitehead. He will remain on the stage throughout the performance with guests joining him every hour for half hour collaborations. Audience will come and go and stay for as long as they choose.  More...
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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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Sat 6/04 7:30 PM CCRMA [660 Lomita Dr. Stanford, CA]
The Happy Valley Band is a cover band like you've never heard before. They play strictly notated machine deconstructions of popular tunes, filtered through the brain of a computer. You'll hear James Brown backed by a simmering Sun Ra Arkestra, Madonna with a jittery freak-out synth rhythm section, and Herb Alpert with a Tijuana Brass that must have been led by Charles Ives. Join us for the madness!  More...
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Sat 6/04 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Two Icons of the San Francisco arts scene join Rova for some exquisite structured improvisation. Rova Saxophone Quartet plus Dohee Lee in Set 1 with a structure by Larry Ochs. Rova Saxophone Quartet plus Wobbly in set 2, with structures arranged by Steve Adams.

Your basic June highlight.  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 4:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Gwendolyn Mok & friends
Program Two: Music and the spoken word at a time of war

Diane Nicholeris, violin; Jay Liu, viola; David Goldblatt, cello; Gwendolyn Mok, piano; Robert Hass, poet; Yun Chu, violin  More...
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Sun 6/05 4:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
The concert will feature performances by Melody of China artists Yangqin Zhao on yangqin (hammered dulcimer and artistic director), Gangqin Zhao on guzheng (zither), Wanpeng Guo on sheng (mouth organ), Xian Lu on dizi (bamboo flutes) along with guest artists: Shenshen Zhang on pipa (lute), Jessie Marino on cello, along, Erik Ullman on violin, and Gene Coleman on bass clarinet.  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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Sun 6/05 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
7:30pm Davis/Hoopes/Wilsey: Evelyn Davis - piano/Jason Hoopes - bass/Jennifer Wilsey - percussion
8:30pm Noertker's Moxie: Annelise Zamula - tenor sax, flute/Theo Padouvas - cornet/Bill Noertker - contrabass  More...
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Thursday, June 9
Thu 6/09 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm Jakob Pek - solo guitar & preparations
9pm Jaroba - bass clarinet/inventions  More...
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Friday, June 10
Fri 6/10 8:00 PM The Lab [2948 16th St (@Capp Street) SF]
ANIMALS & GIRAFFES - Phillip Greenlief (reeds) & Claudia La Rocco (text, voice) created animals & giraffes as a way to explore how improvisation on and off the page can create a larger conversation between sound and text. Collaboration is central to animals & giraffes; for this concert Greenlief and La Rocco are joined by electronic musician John Bischoff and percussionist Karen Stackpole (who is one of many Bay Area improvisers featured on the duo’s debut album, JULY, forthcoming from Relative Pitch Records).  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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Sun 6/12 7:00 PM First Presbyterian Church San Anselmo [72 Kensington Road San Anselmo, CA 94960]
Echo Chamber Orchestra presents Mozart's Symphony # 40 in G minor & Overture from La Clemenza di Tito, Ginastera's Variaciones Concertantes.  More...
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Tuesday, June 14
Tue 6/14 9:30 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
Denny Denny Breakfast and Honey Noble (Seattle)  More...
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Thursday, June 16
Thu 6/16 7:30 PM Berkeley Arts [2133 University Avenue Berkeley]
Free World ~ 3rd Thursdays
with
CONJURE!
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
~
Suggested Donation $20
Children welcome! Ages 12 and under Free admission  More...
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Thu 6/16 8:00 PM Zellerbach Playhouse [101 Zellerbach Hall, #4800 Berkeley, CA, 94720]
Ojai at Berkeley 2016: Kaija Saariaho
La Passion de Simone

Tickets  More...
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Thu 6/16 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
Sound exploration of the strange, unique worlds of spectral processing
8:00pm Jorge Bachman
9:00pm Botched Facelift  More...
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Saturday, June 18
Sat 6/18 1:00 PM Brava Theater [2781 24th Street San Francisco]
The Switchboard Music Festival, an eight-hour showcase of innovative music from the Bay Area and beyond.

Includes performances by Tyondai Braxton, the San Francisco Girls Chorus, Aaron Novik’s O+O+, the Del Sol String Quartet, violinist Alisa Rose, Religions Girls, Tonal Masher, Dominique Leone’s San Francisco, ZOFO piano duo, Majel Connery & Ken Ueno, and performances of Julius Eastman’s Stay On It and JacobTV’s GRAB IT!

Tickets: $20 advance at switchboardmusic.com; $20 students/$25 general at the door  More...
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Sat 6/18 7:00 PM First Presbyterian Church San Anselmo [72 Kensington Road, San Anselmo, CA 94960]
Marin Baroque presents CALEXTONE in an outdoor concert: Solatium, Music for the Summer Solstice. Works by Dufay, Ciconia, da Perugia.  More...
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Sat 6/18 8:00 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
Claudia Quintet
John Hollenbeck drums, percussion
Chris Speed clarinet, tenor saxophone
Red Wierenga accordion
Matt Moran vibraphone
Drew Gress double bass  More...
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Sunday, June 19
Sun 6/19 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
Edgetone 25th Anniversary Showcase Series
7:30pm Jess Rowland
8:30pm Moe! Staiano 9-piece Guitar Ensemble
A new piece for multiple guitars that will feature Bill Wolter, Alee Kari,, Drew Wheeler, Jay Korber, Damon Waitkus, Charles Lloyd, Matt Montgomery, Peter Conheim, and Robin Walsh with Moe! on drums and (somehow) conducting.

**Performances celebrating twenty five years of independent music from Edgetone Records**
Edgetone Records was founded by musician/producer, Rent Romus. The label took shape in 1991 to support his group’s original jazz recordings. After being on a long hiatus Rent re-opened Edgetone in January 2000 and expanded it to support avant-garde and experimental music and recordings crossing the genre boundaries specifically for D.I.Y. (do it yourself) artists looking for a ground base and community label identity.  More...
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Sun 6/19 8:00 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
Claudia Quintet
John Hollenbeck drums, percussion
Chris Speed clarinet, tenor saxophone
Red Wierenga accordion
Matt Moran vibraphone
Drew Gress double bass  More...
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Monday, June 20
Mon 6/20 7:00 PM Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive [2155 Center St. Berkeley]
Full: Duos
Three musical pairs: Overmorrow Duo (viola & cello), DunkelpeK (percussion & guitar/piano), and Kate Petersen & Russell Norman (soprano & piano).  More...
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Tuesday, June 21
Tue 6/21 9:00 PM The Chapel [777 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA, 94110]
Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog

A free/punk/funk/experimental collective, featuring Marc Ribot (John Zorn, Tom Waits, etc etc), plus two of the best young players on the new york/california underground improv/experimental rock scene, Shahzad Ismaily - bass/electronics (Ben Frost, Carla Kihlstedt, Sam Amidon) and Ches Smith - drums (Xiu Xiu, Secret Chiefs 3, Trevor Dunn, Carla Bozulich).  More...
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Friday, June 24
Fri 6/24 8:00 PM Z Space [450 Florida St SF]
Amy X Neuburg with the Paul Dresher Ensemble  More...
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Saturday, June 25
Sat 6/25 3:30 PM Re:sound A-168 [Railroad & Mercado Ct. Mare Island, Vallejo CA, 94592]
Re:Sound SUN
Daniel Menche (Portland) http://danielmenchemain.blogspot.com/
Mem1 (Rhode Island) http://www.mem1.com/
Chris Duncan (Oakland) http://christopherrobinduncan.virb.com/
Zachary james Watkins (Oakland) http://www.zacharyjameswatkins.com/  More...
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Sunday, June 26
Sun 6/26 7:00 PM Royce Gallery [2513 Blanding Avenue Alameda]
Award-winning ensemble Caminos Flamencos presents Nuevas Tendencias, a groundbreaking show that seamlessly blends flamenco, Latin and jazz in both music and dance. With world-class artists from around the country assembled by Artistic Director Yaelisa and an emphasis on new music by virtuoso guitar player Jason McGuire, “El Rubio,” the show brings together an eclectic cast rooted in a variety of musical genres. An innovative and boundary-pushing approach to contemporary flamenco, this performance and the company received two nominations from the prestigious Izzie Dance Awards in 2015.  More...
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Thursday, June 30
Thu 6/30 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm Sound Underground
Jonah Udall - guitar David Leon - saxophones, Alec Aldred - trumpet
9pm Bruce Ackley, Cheryl E. Leonard  More...
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Friday, July 8
Fri 7/08 9:00 PM Gray Area Art And Technology [2665 Mission St. SF]
sfSoundSummerFestival  More...
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Saturday, July 9
Sat 7/09 9:00 PM Gray Area Art And Technology [2665 Mission St. SF]
sfSoundSummerFestival  More...
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Sunday, July 10
Sun 7/10 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
7:30pm Dunkelman/Glenn
Nava Dunkelman – percussion/Jordan Glenn – percussion
8:30pm Noertker's Moxie
Annelise Zamula - tenor sax, flute/Theo Padouvas - cornet/Amber Lamprecht - oboe, flute/Bill Noertker – contrabass/Jason Levis - drums  More...
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Sun 7/10 8:00 PM Gray Area Art And Technology [2665 Mission St. SF]
sfSoundSummerFestival  More...
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