Coming to San Francisco

Source: Bay Improviser.

Saturday, October 23
Sat 10/23 1:00 PM Brew Coffee and Beer House [555 Healdsburg Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA]
Eki’Shola / Erica Ambrin / Lee Vandeveer
Join us for a day of music to heal your soul and benefit North Bay Organizing Project. $10 suggested donation 

Sat 10/23 7:30 PM Bird & Beckett Books and Records [653 Chenery St. SF]
Plays Monk – Ben Goldberg & Scott Amendola w/ special guest Nate Brenner. 

Sunday, October 24
Sun 10/24 4:00 PM The Dresher Ensemble Studio [West Oakland]
Ned Rothenberg with Paul Dresher and Jay Cloid

Sun 10/24 8:00 PM Tom’s Place [3111 Deakin Street Berkeley]
Rova Saxophone Quartet

Sun 10/24 8:00 PM Berkeley Finnsh Hall [1970 Chestnut St. Berkeley]
Finnish Heritage Society Presents Koskinen/Romus’ Manala (CD release concert) featuring the Life’s Blood Ensemble 

Thursday, October 28
Thu 10/28 8:00 PM Tom’s Place [3111 Deakin Street Berkeley]
Phillip Greenlief (sax) and Evelyn Davis (piano)

Saturday, October 30
Sat 10/30 7:30 PM Bird & Beckett Books and Records [653 Chenery St. SF]
Ghost Call Quartet 

Sunday, October 31
Sun 10/31 2:00 PM Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive [2155 Center St. Berkeley]
A special screening of Larry Clark’s 1977 film PASSING THROUGH, followed by a conversation and Q&A with the filmmaker and critic, screenwriter and educator Josslyn Luckett Featuring the music of Eric Dolphy, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Sun Ra and live performances by Horace Tapscott’s Pan African People’s Arkestra, Larry Clark’s PASSING THROUGH “theorizes that jazz is one of the purest expressions of African American culture, now hijacked by a white culture that brutally exploits musicians for profit. “An invaluable film-outcry” (Albert Johnson).

Sun 10/31 8:00 PM Tom’s Place [3111 Deakin Street Berkeley]
Tatsuya Nakatani (percussion) with Fred Frith (guitar)