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02/11/2018 - 03/27/2018

Sunday, February 11
Sun 2/11 4:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Violin Encounters Koto  More...
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Sun 2/11 7:00 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
Bay Area Bridges: Joel Demir (oud) & Brandon Webb (percussion) with RDL+

A monthly series curated by RDL+, Bay Area Bridges celebrates the Bay Area music scene and beyond with Oakland as its hub. For this installment of Bay Area Bridges, RDL+ will be joined by oud player Joel Demir and Arabic percussionist Brandon Webb as we journey East to the heart of Arabic music. The concert will feature selections of traditional repertoire from the Middle East as well as contemporary compositions inspired by this rich musical tradition. Come join us for what is sure to be an exciting musical journey!  More...
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Sun 2/11 7:00 PM Private home in Berkeley hills. [Private home in North Berkeley hills.]
Larry Ochs (tenor and sopranino saxophones) and Donald Robinson (drums) will play two sets of improvised music.  More...
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Sun 2/11 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
7:30 Alex Jenkins Quartet
8:30 Koskinen/Robinson duo
Heikki Koskinen - piano/e-trumpet, Donald Robinson - drums  More...
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Sun 2/11 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Marcel Zaes – Pulsations [Bitumen]

With BITUMEN [PULSATIONS], the Swiss composer-performer Marcel Zaes sets out to redefine the conventional concert performance. He presents a transcontinental music project which weaves live violas with pure sine waves and mathematical grids to generate abstract pulsations and minimalist soundscapes.  More...
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Monday, February 12
Mon 2/12 7:30 PM Mills College - Ensemble Room [5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland]
“Control Freak: Don Buchla's Approach to Performance Instruments”
Composer and percussionist Joel Davel pulls from his 22 years of experience working under inventor Don Buchla’s direction, giving us a glimpse into Don’s world and performing repertoire on the following instruments and controllers: Buchla Lightning, the 200e, Thunder and Marimba Lumina.

The performance will be in the Ensemble Room  More...
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Mon 2/12 9:00 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
Oakland Freedom Jazz Society presents: Bridge Of Crows/Cartoon Justice - Free Fission not Fusion - Soundtrack for film Without Camera: Songs from the Divide (Mika Pontecorvo/guitar,electronics, Kersti Abrams/alto sax,maqrunah, Mark Pino/drums,waterphone, ,Eli Pontecorvo/bass w/guest Lenny Gonzalez/cello). Josh Marshall's Architect/Enchantress - Joshua Marshall - Tenor Saxophone, Rent Romus - Saxophones, Winds, Miscellany, Jacob Felix-Heule - Percussion, Nava Dunkelman - Percussion, Jakob Pek - Guitar, Miscellany, Aaron Oppenheim - Laptop, gabby fluke-mogul - Violin, Lee Hodel - Contrabass...  More...
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Tuesday, February 13
Tue 2/13 9:00 PM Uptown Nightclub [1928 Telegraph Ave Oakland]
Active Music Series presents:

Lime Rickey International (Leyya Mona Tawil)

Tarik Kazaleh / Marwan Kamel / Micah Bezold
First-time meeting of electric buzuq, oud, & drums improv trio from Chicago and Bay Area, drawing from experimental music vernacular as well maqam tradition.


The Cataonic 5 is a collective of individuals formed around the compositions of Scott Bazar. Many of the works are mixed media pieces that effectively blend improvisation techniques with video production. The result is a unique approach to composition.
Dylan Burchett - Laptop
Gina Bonati - Voice
Honor Monaco - Violin
Breonna Taylor - Voice
Joel Nelson - guitar  More...
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Thursday, February 15
Thu 2/15 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8:00 pm Eric Glick-Rieman
9:00 pm T.D. Skatchit & Co
Tom Nunn & David Michalak
Skatchart, Skatchboxes, and the Skatch Record
featuring
Gino Robair - percussive objects & Matt Ingalls - clarinets  More...
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Thu 2/15 8:00 PM CNMAT [1750 Arch Street Berkeley]
CNMAT USERS GROUP PRESENTS: TRANSIENT CANVAS

Transient Canvas presents Wired, a portrait of technology’s integration into modern life. As people try to emulate computers and we build computers that emulate people, the question of who is controlling whom becomes ambiguous. With musical inspiration ranging from Aphex Twin to electronic dance music, this program features music by Lainie Fefferman, David Ibbett, Peter Van Zandt Lane, Rudolf Rojahn, Mischa Salkind-Pearl, Dan VanHassel, and Kirsten Volness.  More...
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Friday, February 16
Fri 2/16 7:30 PM Adobe Books [3130 24th St SF]
Thoabath•KOKUO•Greg Gorlen•Filthmilk  More...
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Fri 2/16 7:45 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Cellista/Colclasure: Border Crossings

Cellista & Peter Colclasure present an evening of new music that explores the borders between genres. Featuring the Juxtapositions Chamber Ensemble, and rapper DEM ONE.  More...
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Fri 2/16 8:00 PM Community Music Center [544 Capp Street SF]
Jazz in the Neighborhood presents Power of Five: New Chamber Jazz for Quintets. Three voracious, innovative young Bay Area jazz composers share their new music in a vibrant exposition of the state of jazz today. Brazilian composer, guitarist, and vocalist, Ian Faquini leads a luminous exploration of traditional Brazilian rhythms and rich harmonies with his group, Quinteto Brasiliense. Composer, pianist and flutist, Erika Oba premiers her new chamber jazz suite Strange Moon, inspired by a celestial love story from Japanese folklore. Her group, Ends Meat’ Catastrophe Jazz Ensemble, is an inventive ensemble that extends an invitation to all the sounds of the universe. Drummer and vibraphonist, Dillon Vado, directs his band Never Weather from behind the drums. Like his music, Dillon’s drumming is explosive, groovy, and tranquil at once. The concert is presented as part of Jazz in the Neighborhood’s Next Stage program.  More...
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Fri 2/16 8:00 PM Vernon Salon Series [271 Vernon St Oakland, CA]
Transient Canvas  More...
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Fri 2/16 9:00 PM Fireside Lounge [1453 Webster St, Alameda, California 94501]
Sideways Songs: Grex, Spencer Owen Timeshare, Chris Peck

Grex - Karl Evangelista: gtr, vocals, perc, Rei Scampavia: keys. vocals, perc
Spencer Owen Timeshare - Spencer Owen: vocals, etc., et al.
Chris Peck - Chris Peck-vocals, guitar, Alison Niedbalski-vocals, keys

A shattering night of sounds at once beautiful, exotic, and strange, featuring a brand new set of music from Oakland art rock-cum-free jazz trio Grex, the experimental rock melange of Spencer Owen Timeshare, and the daring, powerhouse songs of Chris Peck.  More...
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Saturday, February 17
Sat 2/17 7:00 PM Wind River [421 Wild Way, Santa Cruz]
Red Desert is the duo project of clarinetist Katie Porter and composer/percussionist Devin Maxwell, who have been performing, commissioning, creating and championing interesting music for 17 years. Their program stems from the stripped-down, austere and crystalline beauty of Pauline Oliveros and Alvin Lucier, and extends to younger composers Lucie Vitkova and Devin Maxwell. The program concludes with Catherine Lamb’s new composition muto infinitas, for bass flute and double bass, performed by Christine Tavolacci and Scott Worthington.  More...
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Sat 2/17 8:00 PM Rhythmix Cultural Works [2513 Blanding Ave]
Guarandinga Dance Party
$ $20/Advance, $25/Day of Show
8:00 pm
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2018
BUY TICKETS
Guarandinga Kenya Rowan Guarandinga Kenya Rowan 2
Guarandinga’s signature blend of Latin AfroPop integrates hip-hop, rock and Venezuelan folklore with gritty East Bay funk over a solid foundation of Afro-Caribbean beats. Award-winning Singer/lyricist Rowan Jiménez and bassist/producer Jeremy Allen are joined by five remarkable musicians to create Guarandinga’s multidimensional music: vocalist Kenya Moses, drummer Brian Andres, guitarist Chris Carter, keyboard/synth player Cava Menzies, and electro trumpeter Henry Hung.  More...
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Sat 2/17 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
The Hubbard Quartet in San Francisco

The all-female group, Hubbard Quartet presents a program of all female composers in their first concert tour of the West Coast. Composers include Julie Barwick, Vivian Fine, Devree Lewis, and Marilyn Zupnick.  More...
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Sunday, February 18
Sun 2/18 7:30 PM Temescal Arts Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Doors That Only Open in Silence (open participation workshop in free improvisation)

The monthly series of improvisation research at Temescal Arts Center continues. Bring your instrument or come to listen. No advance notice needed — just show up. Small groups will be randomly assembled from submitted names immediately before each group plays. We try to keep transition time between groups at a minimum. Over by 10pm. It's free. If you want to contribute, bring snacks and drinks.  More...
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Tuesday, February 20
Tue 2/20 7:30 PM Davies Symphony Hall [San Francisco]
Philip Glass @ 80: Music with Changing Parts  More...
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Tue 2/20 7:30 PM Canessa Gallery [708 Montgomery St SF]
February's Canessa Gallery concert will feature a duo of Easton, PA saxophonist Jack Wright and Chattanooga, TN bassist Evan Lipson, Bay Area violinist Thea Farhadian with Heike Liss (skratchklang) and electronic works by Silvia Matheus.  More...
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Tue 2/20 8:00 PM First Congregational Church of Berkeley [2345 Channing Way Berkeley, CA]
Transient Canvas

Composers, Inc.
Music by David Ibbett and Robert Nance.  More...
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Wednesday, February 21
Wed 2/21 8:00 PM Peacock Lounge [552 Haight Street]
Thomas Dimuzio
This is the wizard the land of Oz wished for, boundless, benemalevolent, shrouded in torrents of sound, daring lions to speak and machines to feel. http://www.thomasdimuzio.com/

Deletist
Come embrace and be embraced by the full spectrum antithesis of all things elitist.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CyHMLTTdgI

Sarah Lockhart
A singularly strange and brilliant performer in her own right. Deadpanning familiar horrors of the human condition, she serves them up as forthright lo-fi songs reminiscent of Noh Mercy, her charm a sonic sort of whipped topping soothing the nose cut off to spite the face of the human race.
https://sharontatefetusexplosion.bandcamp.com

Watkins/Peacock
The magical new duo of Zachary James Watkins and Ross Peacock conjures new possibilities of tone rhythm and light. Wear your finest tailored spongesuit and come soak it all up as it rains down inside the Peacock Lounge.  More...
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Wed 2/21 9:00 PM Ivy Room [860 San Pablo Ave Albany]
Richmond-based saxophonist/composer Rent Romus commences a three-month mini-residency featuring his Life's Blood Ensemble celebrating the release of their new recording Rogue Star.  More...
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Thursday, February 22
Thu 2/22 2:00 PM UC Berkeley [Morrison Hall Berkeley, CA]
Transient Canvas will be reading music by UC Berkeley undergraduate composition students of Ken Ueno.  More...
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Thu 2/22 7:30 PM San Francisco Conservatory of Music [50 Oak St. SF]
In SFCMP’s Master Class series you will observe some of the most talented Bay Area pre-professional music students as they learn from our renowned ensemble members in front of a live audience. Students will perform contemporary classical pieces that were selected by them. The students perform the music while being mentored in the master techniques, skills, and style of contemporary music. This new music and percussion master class is led by SFCMP percussionist, Wiilliam Winant.  More...
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Thu 2/22 7:30 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
JAZZ EPISTLES W/ ABDULLAH IBRAHIM, WADADA LEO SMITH & EKAYA
South African jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim first heard the call of modern jazz in the late 1950s, and along with Hugh Masekela, founded the pioneering Jazz Epistles—a hard bop ensemble modeled on Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers that was first black jazz combo to record in South Africa. Due to recent health issues, Hugh Masekela will unfortunately not be performing with Abdullah Ibrahim and the Jazz Epistles. Masekela will be replaced by trumpeter/composer Wadada Leo Smith.  More...
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Thu 2/22 7:30 PM Stanford Memorial Church [450 Serra Mall Stanford, CA 94305-2090]
CCRMA Presents An Evening of Sonic Exploration with Dream Theater's Jordan Rudess.  More...
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Thu 2/22 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8:00pm The Holly Martins
Eric Vogler- guitar, Kasey Knudsen- alto sax, Lorin Benedict- voice
9:00pm Jack Wright with Evan Lipson
Jacob Felix Heule, and Danishta Rivero  More...
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Friday, February 23
Fri 2/23 7:30 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
JAZZ EPISTLES W/ ABDULLAH IBRAHIM, WADADA LEO SMITH & EKAYA
South African jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim first heard the call of modern jazz in the late 1950s, and along with Hugh Masekela, founded the pioneering Jazz Epistles—a hard bop ensemble modeled on Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers that was first black jazz combo to record in South Africa. Due to recent health issues, Hugh Masekela will unfortunately not be performing with Abdullah Ibrahim and the Jazz Epistles. Masekela will be replaced by trumpeter/composer Wadada Leo Smith.  More...
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Fri 2/23 8:00 PM The Back Room [1984 Bonita Ave Berkeley]
The Actual Trio - John Schott, guitar; Dan Seamans, double bass; and John Hanes, drums - celebrate the release of their second CD, "Act II". For this special concert the trio will be expanded to include a horn section and a second guitarist, featuring Jayn Pettingill, Alan Williams, and Myles Boisen.  More...
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Fri 2/23 9:00 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
Saxophonist Jack Wright is on tour with Tennessean Evan Lispon (bass), celebrating the recent release of his book The Free Musics. Locals Tom Djll (trumpet & electronics) and Tim Perkis (electronics) join Jack & Evan for an evening of quartet improvisations.  More...
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Saturday, February 24
Sat 2/24 7:30 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
JAZZ EPISTLES W/ ABDULLAH IBRAHIM, WADADA LEO SMITH & EKAYA
South African jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim first heard the call of modern jazz in the late 1950s, and along with Hugh Masekela, founded the pioneering Jazz Epistles—a hard bop ensemble modeled on Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers that was first black jazz combo to record in South Africa. Due to recent health issues, Hugh Masekela will unfortunately not be performing with Abdullah Ibrahim and the Jazz Epistles. Masekela will be replaced by trumpeter/composer Wadada Leo Smith.  More...
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Sat 2/24 8:00 PM The Lab [2948 16th St SF]
Tawil & Khoury: "Atlas" / Lord Tang  More...
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Sunday, February 25
Sun 2/25 7:00 PM SFJAZZ Center [201 Franklin Street (at Fell) SF CA]
JAZZ EPISTLES W/ ABDULLAH IBRAHIM, WADADA LEO SMITH & EKAYA
South African jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim first heard the call of modern jazz in the late 1950s, and along with Hugh Masekela, founded the pioneering Jazz Epistles—a hard bop ensemble modeled on Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers that was first black jazz combo to record in South Africa. Due to recent health issues, Hugh Masekela will unfortunately not be performing with Abdullah Ibrahim and the Jazz Epistles. Masekela will be replaced by trumpeter/composer Wadada Leo Smith.  More...
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Sun 2/25 7:30 PM Pro Arts [150 Frank H Ogawa Plz Oakland]
Absurdity abounds with local music groups, Usufruct, Pitta of the Mind, and Murder Murder  More...
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Friday, March 2
Fri 3/02 7:30 PM CCRMA [660 Lomita Court Stanford Ca 94305]
Please join us for a special evening of music by virtuoso violinist/composer/technologist Mari Kimura.

Mari is at the forefront of violinists who are extending the technical and expressive capabilities of the instrument. As a performer, composer, and researcher, she has opened up new sonic worlds for the violin. Notably, she has mastered the production of pitches that sound up to an octave below the violin’s lowest string without retuning. This technique, which she calls Subharmonics, has earned Mari considerable renown in the concert music world and beyond. She is also a pioneer in the field of interactive computer music. At the same time, she has earned international acclaim as a soloist and recitalist in both standard and contemporary repertoire.  More...
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Fri 3/02 8:00 PM CNMAT [1750 Arch Street Berkeley]
CNMAT USERS GROUP PRESENTS: DAN JOSEPH, DULCIMER FLIGHT  More...
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Sunday, March 4
Sun 3/04 7:00 PM Zellerbach Hall [US Berkeley Berkeley]
Kronos Quartet; Rinde Eckert; Vân-Ánh Võ; My Lai  More...
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Sun 3/04 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
7:30pm Brett Carson - solo piano
8:30pm Noertker's Moxie: Annelise Zamula - alto sax, flute/Joshua Marshall - tenor sax/Bill Noertker - contrabass/Daniel Pearce - drums  More...
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Thursday, March 8
Thu 3/08 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8:15 - Pitta of the Mind
8:45 - Buster
9:15 - Usufruct  More...
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Thu 3/08 8:00 PM Mills College Littlefield Concert Hall [5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland]
Signal Flow is a four-day music festival, held annually in the spring, featuring graduate work in composition, performance and multi-media installation from the distinguished Mills College Music Department. Concerts, installations and multi-media works are held in the historic Jeannik Méquet Littlefield Concert Hall and at various locations throughout the campus. Admission is free and open to the public. A full schedule of events is listed below.  More...
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Friday, March 9
Fri 3/09 8:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Flutist Robert Stallman is joined by fellow flutist Isabelle Chapuis and pianist Dmitriy Cogan for a performance featuring works by C.P.E. Bach, Dvořák, Ravel, Jeanjean, Taktakishvili, and Schubert.  More...
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Saturday, March 10
Sat 3/10 7:00 PM Joe Henderson Lab [201 Franklin Street San Francisco, CA 94102]
Singer, songwriter, and trombonist Natalie Cressman returns to her hometown of San Francisco to share music from her new project The Traces EP at SFJAZZ’s Joe Henderson Lab on March 10th. Former member of the SFJAZZ High School All-Stars, Cressman will be joined by members of her Brooklyn-based band, including guitarist Mike Bono and drummer Michael Mitchell, as well as Bay Area bassist Scott Thompson, who Natalie has been playing music with since the age of 14. The five-song Traces EP goes beyond anything Cressman has done in the past, further hybridizing the jazz idiom with elements of electronic production and global rhythmic grooves. Tickets are $25, with 2 shows at 7pm and 8:30pm.
Click here to purchase tickets: https://www.sfjazz.org/tickets/productions/natalie-cressman/  More...
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Tuesday, March 13
Tue 3/13 9:00 PM Uptown Nightclub [1928 Telegraph Ave Oakland]
Active Music Series presents:
- Nail-Biter (Josh Marshall - sax, Matt Chandler - bass, Daniel Pearce - drums)
- Euphotic (Bryan Day, Tom Djll, Cheryl Leonard)
+ TBA  More...
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Thursday, March 15
Thu 3/15 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8:00pm Banyan Tree
Maneesh Raj Madahar - Rhodes, Jamie Green - violin
9:00pm Daniel Steffey - electronics  More...
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Saturday, March 17
Sat 3/17 7:30 PM Temescal Arts Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Theresa Wong
Julia Reidy
Judith Hamann

Australian musicians Julia Reidy and Judith Hamann present solo works with support from Theresa Wong. Reidy weaves intricate and beautiful works out of microtonally tuned 12 string guitar, and is touring in support of her new release "All Is Ablaze." Hamann performs solo cello focused on micro and macro manifestations of shaking, exploring detailed timbral and partial activity. Wong will perform solo cello before her upcoming residency at The Stone, drawing upon the question: "how can I rediscover the core of the cello as wood and string and hair, or even simply as a tree?"  More...
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Sunday, March 18
Sun 3/18 7:30 PM Temescal Arts Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Doors That Only Open in Silence (open participation workshop in free improvisation)

The monthly series of improvisation research at Temescal Arts Center continues. Bring your instrument or come to listen. No advance notice needed — just show up. Small groups will be randomly assembled from submitted names immediately before each group plays. We try to keep transition time between groups at a minimum. Over by 10pm. It's free. If you want to contribute, bring snacks and drinks.  More...
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Friday, March 23
Fri 3/23 5:30 PM Z Space [450 Florida St SF]
SFCMP in Concert: A 4-Concert Weekend

Celebrating Pauline OLIVEROS and Steven SCHICK

Join us for a weekend of artistry and creativity at our "at the CROSSROADS Series" where we will celebrate the 85th anniversary of Pauline Oliveros' birth as well as Steven Schick's final season as SFCMP's Artistic Director.

The weekend's events include four concerts, composer talks, a solo-percussion concert by Steven Schick, and a celebratory reception and toast to honor maestro Schick's seven years of dedication to SFCMP.

Works by
Galina Ustvolskaya
Xavier Beteta
Carolyn Chen
Luciano Berio
Pauline Oliveros
3 Winners of SF Search Under-30 Call for Scores: Danny Clay, John Ivers, Nathan Chamberlain
Morton Feldman
Composer Talk with Carolyn Chen

SPECIAL EVENTS: Reception and toast for Steven Schick followed by Steven Schick solo-percussion concert performing works of Iannis XENAKIS, Kurt SCHWITTERS, and Celeste ORAM  More...
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Saturday, March 24
Sat 3/24 5:30 PM Z Space [450 Florida St SF]
SFCMP in Concert: A 4-Concert Weekend

Celebrating Pauline OLIVEROS and Steven SCHICK

Join us for a weekend of artistry and creativity at our "at the CROSSROADS Series" where we will celebrate the 85th anniversary of Pauline Oliveros' birth as well as Steven Schick's final season as SFCMP's Artistic Director.

The weekend's events include four concerts, composer talks, a solo-percussion concert by Steven Schick, and a celebratory reception and toast to honor maestro Schick's seven years of dedication to SFCMP.

Works by
Galina Ustvolskaya
Xavier Beteta
Carolyn Chen
Luciano Berio
Pauline Oliveros
3 Winners of SF Search Under-30 Call for Scores: Danny Clay, John Ivers, Nathan Chamberlain
Morton Feldman
Composer Talk with Carolyn Chen

SPECIAL EVENTS: Reception and toast for Steven Schick followed by Steven Schick solo-percussion concert performing works of Iannis XENAKIS, Kurt SCHWITTERS, and Celeste ORAM  More...
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Sat 3/24 8:00 PM Rhythmix Cultural Works [2513 Blanding Ave, Alameda, CA 94501]
Aki Kumar, the “Bombay Blues Man”, brings together some of the Bay Area’s finest blues musicians to present his extraordinary fusion of Chicago Blues and Bollywood tunes for a special one-night-only appearance in Alameda.  More...
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