Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Sat, Nov 5 2022 7:30 PM

Jean Carla Rodea / Gerald Cleaver / Matt Robidoux
DOORS 7:30
MUSIC 8:00
All Ages, Accessible Space

Jean Carla Rodea (voice, electronics), Gerald Cleaver (electronics), Matt Robidoux (electronics)

Jean Carla Rodea is an interdisciplinary artist who works with music, sound, poetry, vocal performance and performance art, photography, video, movement, and sculpture. Her artistic practice deals with spaces and instances where problematic socio-political and cultural constructs are rendered visible through multimedia performance.

Gerald Cleaver is one of the New York jazz scene's leading drummer/composers, covering a wide range of stylistic ground, having played with Tommy Flanagan, Barry Harris and Ray Bryant as well as the leading lights of the AACM, Roscoe Mitchell, Muhal Richard Abrams, Wadada Leo Smith and Henry Threadgill.

Matt Robidoux is a San Francisco based composer, improviser, and community organizer interested in the convergence of movement and sound, especially with regards to accessibility in contemporary music and the communicative capacities of sonic energy. Their primary instrument is the corn synth — (kinetically operated randomness system [k.o.r.n.]) a modular architecture that interprets physical input from two "ears of corn" sculptures cast in aluminum.

Cost: $10