Source: Bay Improviser.
Friday, October 9
Fri 10/09 7:30 PM Online [Youtube Live]
The Music of Alice Coltrane Redux / Get Out the Vote
Guitarist Karl Evangelista and keyboardist Rei Scampavia (sometimes known as Grex) revisit pieces from Alice Coltrane’s seminal album Journey in Satchidananda. The pair invoke electronic textures and expansive improvisational ideas to offer a reworking of Coltrane’s material that is both fresh and suitably ethereal.
Saturday, October 10
Sat 10/10 11:00 AM Internet Streaming [Online]
Franck Martin – Live from the studio, every Saturday at 11am PST, modular synthesizer, chat, news with Peter Nyboer
Sat 10/10 7:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Tonight we celebrate the 10-years-ago release of Mukyoku: New Music for Taimu Shakuhachi. Taimu are the wide-bore, bass variants of the vertical bamboo flute of ancient Zen Buddhism, shakuhachi. The complete Mukyoku repertoire features 27 compositions (Japanese calligraphic scores and recordings) and instructional materials for these big flutes and serve as part of the foundation for Black Earth Shakuhachi School, Cornelius Boots’ thriving global nano-community of bamboo-breathing practitioners.
Tuesday, October 13
Tue 10/13 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. Resident is casual and cool, and the community you’ll find is like no other for aspiring electronic musicians in the Bay. No judgments, no bullshit, just positive support and openness to new ideas. Due to restrictions, this show will only be streamed online, do not come to the Laundry
Thursday, October 15
Thu 10/15 3:00 PM Internet Streaming [Online]
EMPAC: Pamela Z Lecture/Demo More…
Friday, October 16
Fri 10/16 7:00 PM Internet Streaming [Online]
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How Music is Made ONLINE series featuring the work of Julius Eastman
Saturday, October 17
Sat 10/17 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Nine Bay Area composers join forces to present new string quartets in a cycle of two concerts. A showcase of the Bay Area composition scene performed by the acclaimed Friction String Quartet and guest artists.