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09/16/2019 - 10/31/2019

Tuesday, September 17
Tue 9/17 7:30 PM California Jazz Conservatory - Rendon Hall / Fiddler Annex [2040 Addison Street Berkeley]
Scott R. Looney Trio

Pianist Scott R. Looney teams up with fellow sonic adventurers Lisa Mezzacapa and Kjell Nordeson, for an evening of multitimbral piano trio music featuring original compositions, interpretations, and improvisations.  More...
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Wednesday, September 18
Wed 9/18 7:30 PM San Francisco Public Library, Richmond Branch [351 9th Ave. San Francisco, CA 94118]
A free screening of the Sublime Frequencies documentary "Musical Brotherhoods From The Trans-Saharan Highway" (2008), on Moroccan street music.  More...
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Wed 9/18 8:00 PM Peacock Lounge [552 Haight Street San Francisco, CA]
Sharon Tate Fetus Explosion
Deadpanning familiar horrors of the human condition, served up as forthright lo-fi songs reminiscent of Noh Mercy, Sarah Lockhart's charm is a sonic sort of whipped topping soothing the nose cut off to spite the face of the human race.
https://sharontatefetusexplosion.bandcamp.com

Shatter Pattern
Julia Litman-Cleper entangles us in bodily electronic alienation. Since sensory organs are one step from "knobs" interfacing us with external substance, now is the time to seize the means of production. Gaze into your shatter, rearrange your dials, previct all landlords, and empty the mind jail.
http://soundcloud.com/waxy-tomb | http://www.shapedthought.com/

Kit Clayton (Orthlorng Musork/Cycling '74)
Open fist anarchist who can slap your frowning smile like a skipping stone across the rising oceans to a far horizon, Clayton is founder and inventor of Cycling '74/Jitter and Tamarack infoshop in Oakland. Clayton's music is marked by the gravitational pull of its unlimited breadth and well.... you'll have to close your knowing mouth and jump to learn its depth.
http://www.musork.com/o_jkc.html

Glochids
He's already got a purge for your misguided Black Flag FOMO this WED, don't go there... listen instead to the Glochids edit of only the good parts from "Damaged." It only takes a few minutes. Then leave the misremembered past in the dust, and come clean to the Peacock Lounge for the bite of your actual here and now.
https://glopuntia.bandcamp.com/album/black-flag-damaged-glochids-edit  More...
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Thursday, September 19
Thu 9/19 7:00 PM The Contemporary Jewish Museum [736 Mission St SF]
Experiments in Sonic Potential: Animals and Giraffes

Musicians from the Bay Area’s rich improvisational jazz scene perform live music in conversation with Annabeth Rosen’s ceramic sculptures.  More...
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Thu 9/19 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
Expanded film + Sound with
Gino Robair's Unpopular Electronics
Featuring the 16mm Films of Lori Varga & Tom Djll Plus very special guest!  More...
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Thu 9/19 10:00 PM KPFA [1929 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Berkeley, CA 94704]
Grex Live on “The Hear and Now”

Grex (Karl Evangelista-guitar, voice, perc/electronics, Rei Scampavia-keys, voice, perc/electronics) performs on KPFA’s “The Hear and Now,” debuting some brand new slabs of explosive art rock and electronic sound.  More...
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Friday, September 20
Fri 9/20 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Colin Martin and Friends  More...
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Fri 9/20 8:00 PM Mills College Littlefield Concert Hall [5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland]
The Del Sol String Quartet performs works by Terry Riley, Ben Johnston, Darius Milhaud, and Elena Kats-Chernin at Mills College.  More...
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Saturday, September 21
Sat 9/21 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Christina Braun and Tom Nunn perform “Deep States,” a set of 8 pieces for dancer and original experimental instruments. Each dance features a particular state of consciousness or circumstance and instrument.

Christina Braun is a lifelong dancer and prolific choreographer. Tom Nunn is Christina’s long term improvisational art mentor. Christina's solo dance works with composer David Samas have been recently presented by Safehouse Arts, the LAB, the Oakland Museum of California and the Asian Art Museum. As SF Butoh LAB, Christina has produced Butoh dance symposia, performances, and workshops. Tom has designed, built and performed with experimental musical instruments since 1975, always with a focus on recycled/re-purposed materials, to create a unique voice in improvised music. His years of work with Christina Braun have brought a rich visual and dramatic focus to his music. He has participated in several Bay Area festivals with Christinba, and others such as the High Zero Festival in Baltimore, Sound Symposium in Newfoundland, and AK07 in New Zealand.  More...
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Sat 9/21 10:00 PM El Rio [3158 Mission St SF]
Soundwave Festival kicks off with a special dance party curated by The House of Malico "Twerk 4 Mother Earth: Throwing It Back & Forth” featuring genre bending DJs and queer, safe(r) spaces at El Rio.

Twerk 4 Mother Earth is an​ independent dance party series which will connect with the Soundwave Festival 9 theme of "Time" by traveling through three decades of dance music with genre bending DJ’s: Fela Kutchii, Namaste Shawty, Onmommas, and Red Corvette will produce past, present, and future soundscapes that make the body move.  More...
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Sunday, September 22
Sun 9/22 4:00 PM Pro Arts [150 Frank H Ogawa Plz Oakland]
This is a 2 part event! First a workshop for a touch synth/analog controller, then a show!

Workshop: DIY Electronics: The Pipsqueak by Mroztronium
4pm - 6pm
Paypal $70 to mroztronium@gmail.com to reserve your Pipsqueak, please include your full name, and "Proarts Workshop" in paypal message, thanks!
Deadline for registration is the 13th of Sept.

Music: 8pm - 11pm
Shatter Pattern
Martin Freeman
Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase
Sally Decker  More...
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Sun 9/22 6:00 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
Broken Shadows with Tim Berne, Chris Speed, Reid Anderson & Dave King
Sunday, September 22, Joe Henderson Lab
6:00pm & 7:30pm
$30
Named for one of Ornette Coleman’s most evocative compositions, this all-star project honors the Coleman legacy along with the music of Coleman’s fellow Fort Worth native reed players Dewey Redman and Julius Hemphill, featuring the wildly inventive saxophonists Tim Berne and Chris Speed, and the Bad Plus rhythm section of bassist Reid Anderson and drummer Dave King. Debuting as a band in January 2017 for the Konceptions Music Series at Brooklyn’s Korzo, the band is a remarkably balanced vehicle for performing Coleman’s work, approaching it with fearless experimentation, deep grooves, and wicked humor.  More...
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Sun 9/22 8:00 PM Pro Arts [150 Frank H Ogawa Plz Oakland]
Martin Freeman Comes To Oakland  More...
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Monday, September 23
Mon 9/23 8:00 PM Make-Out Room [3225 22nd St SF]
The Monday Make-Out II
The cutting edge of Bay Area jazz and improvised music--

Set #1: Amanda Chaudhary (solo electronics)

Set #2: Instagon (jazz-rock improvisation from Sacramento)
http://instagon.bandcamp.com

Set #3: Phillip Greenlief/Thomas Dimuzio Duo
Phillip Greenlief-saxophone, Thomas Dimuzio-electronics  More...
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Tuesday, September 24
Tue 9/24 7:30 PM Tom's Place [3111 Deakin Street Berkeley]
Two Duos:
Karl Evangelista (gtr) + Ben Goldberg (cl)
Lewis Jordan (sax) + Sandy Poindexter (vln)  More...
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Tue 9/24 8:30 PM Starline Social Club [2236 Martin Luther King Oakland]
Voicehandler
Alförjis (Lisbon)  More...
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Wednesday, September 25
Wed 9/25 6:00 PM Pro Arts [150 Frank H Ogawa Plz Oakland]
Towards a Solidarity Economics Conduction System for Improvisors  More...
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Thursday, September 26
Thu 9/26 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
Hartyga - (Republic of Tuva)
The "new wave" of Tuvan rock
Feral Luggage
Kersti Abrams - alto saxophone/thumb piano, Mika Pontecorvo - guitar/electronics/voice, Colleen Kelly T - cello/ electronics, Mark Pino- drums/percussion, Elijah Pontecorvo - bass/vocals, Lorenzo Arreguin - drums/guitar
Joel Nelson - guitar/electronics  More...
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Friday, September 27
Fri 9/27 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Refracted Pathways: Dirt and Copper with Rebeca Bollinger  More...
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Fri 9/27 8:00 PM California Jazz Conservatory [2040 Addison Street Berkeley]
Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra West  More...
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Saturday, September 28
Sat 9/28 9:00 AM CNMAT [1750 Arch Street Berkeley]
SYNTHESIS: INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION IN COMPUTATIONAL MUSIC RESEARCH

Click for info and registration

Berkeley Computational Music Research (BCMR) invites you to our first annual conference:

Synthesis: Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Computational Music Research
Saturday, September 28, 9am-6pm
UC Berkeley’s Center for New Music and Audio Technology (CNMAT)

Space is limited to 40 participants, so RSVP is required.  More...
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Sat 9/28 3:00 PM San Francisco Public Library [100 Larkin St San Francisco]
Rova Saxophone Quartet at SF Main Library  More...
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Sat 9/28 6:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
C4NM 7th Birthday Bash  More...
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Sat 9/28 8:00 PM DNA's Comedy Lab [155 S River St., Santa Cruz, CA 95060]
"We Edit Life" is an evening of audio-visual collage in two parts, featuring Vicki Bennett’s "Notations", a film for live improvising musicians, performed by electronic music duo Blectum from Blechdom, as well as a screening of Bennett’s film The Mirror. Since 1991, British artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) has worked across the field of audio-visual collage, and is recognized as an influential and pioneering figure in the still-growing area of sampling, appropriation and cut-up techniques of found footage and archives. Working under the name People Like Us, Bennett specializes in the manipulation and reworking of original sources from both the experimental and popular worlds of music, film and radio.  More...
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Sunday, September 29
Sun 9/29 4:00 PM Mills College Littlefield Concert Hall [5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland]
Gamelan Sekar Jaya performs music and dance from Bali.  More...
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Sun 9/29 8:00 PM The Back Room [1984 Bonita Ave Berkeley]
Bruce Ackley & Henry Kaiser Explore The Music of Steve Lacy  More...
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Sun 9/29 8:00 PM Dildo Factory [Berkeley, CA]
BRUTAL SOUND EFFECTS FESTIVAL!!! #87  More...
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Thursday, October 3
Thu 10/03 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Fay Victor and Myra Melford

Brooklyn, NY based sound artist/composer c, honing a unique vision for the vocalist’s role in jazz and improvised music, is joined in duo performance and conversation by "stalwart of the new-jazz movement" pianist/composer Myra Melford, from across the Bay, in Berkeley. Co-presented with The Poetry Center, San Francisco State University, as the first double-program in its Fall 2019 In Common Writers Series, supported by the Walter & Elise Haas Fund.  More...
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Thu 10/03 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
SF Noise Night @ the Luggage Store
Lucidbeaming
Ninja McTits
Endometrium Cuntplow
Dendera Bloodbath  More...
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Friday, October 4
Fri 10/04 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Burton Greene: Solo Piano; + Dunkelman/Ackley/Fluke-Mogul Trio  More...
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Fri 10/04 8:00 PM Mills College Littlefield Concert Hall [5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland]
San Diego-based Mexican flutist Wilfrido Terrazas will join forces with Bay Area bass legend Lisa Mezzacappa in a unique clash of improvising talents. Terrazas and Mezzacappa are both energetic and resourceful improvisers, and they have played together before in Los Angeles and Banff, Canada, but this will be their first full duo concert.  More...
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Saturday, October 5
Sat 10/05 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Slow Wave: New Music for Viola, Clarinet, and Piano  More...
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Sat 10/05 8:30 PM Temescal Arts Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Do-Over Music Series #10:
duo B. Experimental Band plays PEOPLE IN SORROW
plus Fay Victor/ Jochem van Dijk Duo

duo B. Experimental Band:
Polly Moller-Springhorn, flutes
Kyle Bruckmann, oboe
Kevin Robinson, woodwinds
David Boyce, tenor saxophone
Cory Wright, woodwinds
Randy McKean, woodwinds
Henry Hung, trumpet
Alan Williams, trombone
Murray Campbell, violin
Karl Evangelista, guitar
Erika Oba, piano
Lisa Mezzacappa, bass
Donald Robinson, drums
Jason Levis, drums
with special guest, Fay Victor, voice  More...
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Sunday, October 6
Sun 10/06 12:00 PM Herbst Theatre [401 Van Ness Ave SF]
Experience the vitality of Bay Area music making in all its forms at SF Music Day, the Bay Area’s free daylong music festival in downtown San Francisco, presented by InterMusic SF. From chamber music to jazz, contemporary works to global traditions—SF Music Day brings together virtuoso musicians from across the Bay, with musical sounds that span continents and centuries.

2019 Artists:

Classical & Early Music
Fervida Trio
The Meráki Quartet
Brass Over Bridges
Sylvestris Quartet
Telegraph Quartet

Contemporary Music
Chordless: Sara LeMesh and Allegra Chapman
Stenberg | Cahill Duo
Patrick Galvin and Jung-eun Kim
Ensemble for These Times
Astraeus String Quartet
Friction Quartet
StringQuake
Keyed Kontraptions
The Dresher | Davel Invented Instrument Duo
The Living Earth Show
Quinteto Latino

Contemporary & Global Music
Melody of China
The Alaya Project
Cornelius Boots & the Heavy Roots Shakuhachi Ensemble

Jazz & Improvised Music
Ila Cantor's Encanto
Myra Melford / Fay Victor / Lisa Mezzacappa
Dee Spencer: The Smile Orange Project
Terrence Brewer Acoustic Jazz Quartet
Richard Howell Quartet
Trance Mission
Destiny Muhammad Trio
Howard Wiley & Extra Nappy
Hristo Vitchev Trio
Nathan Bickart Trio
duo B. Experimental Band  More...
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Sun 10/06 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Site: Yizkor, Andrew Conklin and Maya Ciarrocchi  More...
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Monday, October 7
Mon 10/07 8:30 PM Pro Arts [150 Frank H Ogawa Plaza - Oakland, walking distance from downtown oakland BART (12th street)]
oakland freedom jazz society presents: 1st set MISSING - electro-acoustic improvisation with movement. phillip greenlief - tenor saxophone, min yoon - movement, sharkiface - electronics, kevin corcoran - percussion. 2nd set THE OUT OF BOUNDS TRIO - Music that lives on the edges of sound and sight, looking past the present utilizing what's been learned on the way. Tim Bulkley - drums, Jon Raskin - saxophones, Safa Shokrai - bass  More...
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Tuesday, October 8
Tue 10/08 8:00 PM The Laundry SF [3359 26th St SF]
Resident is a monthly electronic audiovisual open mic event started in 2017. It is held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at The Laundry. The Laundry event space is casual and cool, and the community you'll find is like no other for aspiring electronic musicians in Bay. No judgments, no bullshit, just positive support and openness to new ideas.  More...
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Tue 10/08 9:00 PM Uptown Nightclub [1928 Telegraph Ave Oakland]
Active Music Series 10th anniversary!
- Laetitia Sonami
- Las Sucias
- Foot SOS
- gabby fluke-mogul & Jacob Felix Heule
- Jordan Glenn  More...
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Wednesday, October 9
Wed 10/09 7:30 PM San Francisco Public Library, Richmond Branch [351 9th Ave. San Francisco, CA 94118]
A free screening of the Sublime Frequencies documentary "Isan: Folk & Pop Music of Northeast Thailand" (2004).  More...
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Thursday, October 10
Thu 10/10 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
ENS EKT
Paul Stapleton sound sculpture, Mad Pulse Maybe double bass, David Bud baritone saxophone
Hauras
Howard Ryan - multi-media
Shachar/Weeks Quartet
Yeonathan Shachar - Guitar, Tom Weeks - Saxophone, Tim Duff - Bass, Tim DeCillis - Drums  More...
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Friday, October 11
Fri 10/11 6:00 PM Design By Cosmic [115 Cooper St., Santa Cruz CA 95060]
Jon Leidecker: "United Feedback Plus: A Retroactive Manifesto for the Early Decades of American Electronic Music" Artist and scholar Jon Leidecker traces the history of modern artificial intelligence back to the chaotic electronic feedback circuits of early electronic music pioneers. Leidecker traces commonalities in the works of Louis and Bebe Barron (who scored the 1956 film Forbidden Planet), David Tudor, Pauline Oliveros, the members of the Sonic Arts Union (Robert Ashley, Alvin Lucier, David Behrman, and Gordon Mumma), and their European contemporaries Eliane Radigue, Pietro Grossi, Jaap Vink, and Roland Kayn. This event is part of a series of Digital Alchemy Talks at Design By Cosmic, probing the intellectual and ideological histories of art and technology.  More...
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Saturday, October 12
Sat 10/12 4:00 PM San Francisco Public Library, Richmond Branch [351 9th Ave. San Francisco, CA 94118]
A free screening of the Sublime Frequencies documentary "Folk Music of the Sahara: Among the Tuareg of Libya."  More...
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Sat 10/12 8:00 PM SF Live Arts @ St Cyprian's Church [Rova returns to the SF Live Arts series for the first time since fall 2017; the concert will feature several premieres, all composed by members of the band. Rova’s Bruce Ackley has been commissioned to create a work dedicated to longtime SF Live Ar]
Rova ( Bruce Ackley, Steve Adams, Larry Ochs, Jon Raskin) returns to the SF Live Arts series for the first time since fall 2017; the concert will feature several premieres, all composed by members of the band. Rova’s Bruce Ackley has been commissioned to create a work dedicated to longtime SF Live Arts assistant-director, community activist, friend and extraordinary artist, Marlene Aron. .. Provisionally titled Woven, the work centers around two of Aron’s most powerful works: Weep at the Beauty of her Stones and Ground, the Brown Earth Accepts Everything: Forest Prayer, and Woven in Time, Woven in Time, We Become — both paintings from 2016. Ackley’s work imagines the equal-sided shape corresponding to Rova’s 4 voices, and the detailed texture of the paintings’ surfaces, and their colors, informing the variegated quality of the sounds the quartet will create.  More...
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Sunday, October 13
Sun 10/13 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
7:30pm Barriga/Keenan bass duo
Rodrigo Barriga - electric bass/Sean Keenan - electric bass
8:30pm Sniff Test
Bethany Schwarz - electronics/Bill Noertker - basses  More...
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Sun 10/13 8:30 PM The Back Room [1984 Bonita Ave Berkeley]
Rova Saxophone Quartettet (Larry Ochs, Jon Raskin, Steve Adams and Bruce Ackley) returns to The Back Room in Berkeley for the first time since fall 2017; the concert will feature several premieres, all composed by members of the band. Love playing here where the audience is welcomed with comfortable couches, cool hig chairs in the back and no bad seat in this intimate BYOB venue. Laid back.. but the music won't be.  More...
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Thursday, October 17
Thu 10/17 7:00 PM The Contemporary Jewish Museum [736 Mission St SF]
Experiments in Sonic Potential: Theresa Wong  More...
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Thu 10/17 8:00 PM Temescal Arts Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Sam Ospovat - solo drums!

Lisa Mezzacappa SIX
Aaron Bennett, tenor sax
Mark Clifford, vibes
John Finkbeiner, guitar
Tim Perkis, electronics
Sam Ospovat, drums
Lisa Mezzacappa, bass

NORA STANLEY'S BANKSHOT
Kasey Knudsen, alto sax
Ben Goldberg, clarinet
Andrew Stephens, trumpet
Nora Stanley, alto sax  More...
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Wednesday, October 23
Wed 10/23 7:45 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
FACE OF A STRANGER (1977), a restored feature film by San Francisco filmmaker and musician David Michalak. Tonight’s premiere will feature a new score by the internationally acclaimed pianist, Thollem McDonas. Selected Film-Frame prints will be on view in the lobby and the show will open with a short set by Rova’s Bruce Ackley.  More...
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Thursday, October 24
Thu 10/24 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
Gardener
Dashiell Lewis - voice/electronics
modular synth drones, rhythms, and textures
Instagon  More...
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Friday, October 25
Fri 10/25 7:30 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
Avishai Cohen Quartet/Wadada Leo Smith Golden Quintet
Friday October 25, 7:30pm
$25-55
SFJAZZ celebrates a half-century of the iconic label, with nights in Miner Auditorium and the Joe Henderson Lab featuring ECM’s greatest artists. Named with initials standing for “Edition of Contemporary Music,” founder Manfred Eicher’s Munich-based imprint has represented the leading edge of innovation for five decades and over 1600 individual releases, blurring lines between genres and championing both established masters and young visionaries.

A double bill of modern trumpet greats with former SFJAZZ Collective member Cohen playing music from his last two ECM releases with his working quartet, and avant-garde trumpet icon Smith presents the world premiere of his Appassionata Suite dedicated to Anita Hill, MLK Jr., and more.  More...
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Fri 10/25 8:00 PM Adobe Books [3130 24th St SF]
Chandler/Cooper/Heule, Flesh Narc, TendHer, VOL  More...
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Saturday, October 26
Sat 10/26 7:30 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
Vijay Iyer Trio
$40-105
SFJAZZ celebrates a half-century of the iconic label, with nights in Miner Auditorium and the Joe Henderson Lab featuring ECM’s greatest artists. Named with initials standing for “Edition of Contemporary Music,” founder Manfred Eicher’s Munich-based imprint has represented the leading edge of innovation for five decades and over 1600 individual releases, blurring lines between genres and championing both established masters and young visionaries.  More...
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Sunday, October 27
Sun 10/27 4:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Wooden Fish Ensemble: Celebrating the music of Hyo-shin Na
Birthday Reception follows the concert.
Thomas Schultz, piano; Shoko Hikage, koto; John Smalley, baritone; James Pytko, clarinet; Hyunchae Kim, kayageum; Terrie Baune, violin
Tickets $5 - $25
https://www.oldfirstconcerts.org/performance/wooden-fish-ensemble-sunday-october-27-at-4-pm/  More...
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Thursday, October 31
Thu 10/31 7:00 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
Amendola vs. Blades vs. Skerik vs. Baptista vs. Parker
Thursday, October 31
7:00pm & 8:30pm

Friday, November 1
7:00pm & 8:30pm

Saturday, November 2
7:00pm & 8:30pm

Sunday, November 3
6:00pm & 7:30pm
$25

Berkeley-based drummer, composer and bandleader Scott Amendola showcases his longstanding partnership with Hammond B-3 organ star Wil Blades for an evening of greasy grooves and head-spinning musical telepathy, augmented by saxophonist Skerik, Tortoise guitarist Jeff Parker, and Brazilian master percussionist Cyro Baptista, with music from their new album.  More...
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