Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Sun, May 15 2022 7:30 PM


Outsound Presents the rebirth of SIMM Series featuring the amazing works of Cellista and the creative forces of Future Jazz with zendrum master E. Doctor Smith and guitarist Peter McKibben!

7:30 pm Cellista
Los Angeles-based Cellista is a performance artist with creative roots in the Bay Area and Colorado. She creates stage poems (narrative multimedia works) after those of the artist Jean Cocteau, which juxtapose seemingly disparate elements.
https://www.cellista.net/

8:30 pm Future Jazz
E. Doctor Smith - zendrum EXP
Peter McKibben - Electric guitars, Guitar synthesizer, loops
Inspired by the music of iconic jazz fusion pioneers like Return to Forever, progressive rock groups like King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Genesis, Tangerine Dream, and the 1970 classic tome “Future Shock” by author Alvin Toffler, Smith and McKibben’s compositions are borne out of an appreciation for the those musical masters, and the shock that accompanies the reality today’s musicians face in our rapidly changing, ever-evolving, digital age. They have not shied away from it. To the contrary, they have sought to embrace it by using some of the latest musical technology, instruments and signal processing to explore the boundaries of the analog and digital, musical frontiers.
http://www.edoctorsmith.com/
https://edgetonerecords.bandcamp.com/album/futurejazz

$15-20 (limited seating)
RSVP at Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/e-doctor-smiths-future-jazz-cellista-simm-series-tickets-324422716077

Please note that due to COVD-19 the following safety precautions are currently in place. If the rules change due to new government mandates, we will update this page.
Masks welcome indoors.
Vaccination and booster shots highly recommended.
If you feel ill, please do not attend.

Cost: $15-20
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Videos featuring musicians playing at this event
"A Loose Hang", from the debut album by Trio Electrique with E. Doctor Smith (Zendrum EXP), Edo Castro Woodhouse (7 string bass), and Michele Walther (electric violin), on Edgetone Records (EDT4208).