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Sponsored/free tickets available for young adults accompanied by their mentors, educators, elders.
Sponsored tickets are being provided on a first come first serve basis. Please go to http://copsandrobbersplay.wufoo.com/forms/… to register.
Or contact Ami Zins at firstname.lastname@example.org for if you need more info. Those interested are highly encouraged to apply for the 18 May matinee, as more tickets are available on that date.
FREE PARKING AVAILABLE FOR ALL MAY 18 & MAY 31 PERFORMANCES IN THE KAISER BLDG PARKING GARAGE!
The matinee performances will be followed by an audience discussion with Piper and representatives from local violence prevention programs. These may be some of the most vital conversations the Oakland community will have about violence in our city, precisely because of the presence and voices of elders and young adults in the house.
For mature audiences only! Minimum recommended age 14 due to strong language and honest content.
hiya! Ships in the Night is a QUEER DANCE PARTY that has been around for 5+ years in the Bay Area. For more information about it check out our blog shipsinthanight.blogspot.com or email us at shipsinthAnight(at)gmail(dot)com. thanks, durt, on behalf of the ships in the night crew
The Mills College Music Department and
The Center for Contemporary Music present:
CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE ENSEMBLE (CPE)
Steed Cowart, director
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Littlefield Concert Hall
Admission is FREE and open to the public.
Brett Carson: piano
Stephan Haluska: harp
Josh Marshall (Teaching Assistant): saxophone, flute
Julie Moon: piano
Dylan Neely: violin
Jacob Peck: guitar
Eric Glick Rieman: melodica
Scott Siler: percussion
Peter Sloan: trombone
5000 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA 94613
Eine Kleine Gamelan Music
Parallel Construction #1
Quintet and The Lonely Red Mullet
(from Music for Every Occasion)
Art Beat Writers' Society has moved! Join us every Monday night from 7PM to 9:30 PM @ 2434 Telegraph Ave, Oakland!
For more music by Spaceape, Check out http://spaceape.bandcamp.com
Preparing for Liftoff!
This show is a pick in this weeks Local Licks section. See http://www.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/loca…
It is actually March 6th. Not February.
Where is this?
The show was good but Bisi & the Moonwalker was not harmonious enough something was definitely lacking from that duo.
Lots of talent, money, time, energy expended on this musical - exciting sets, lyrics, acting, singing.....the first act works SO well. But the writing fails in the second act, when we (and the main character?) discover SUDDENLY that Mama Sid is Raina's real mother. The play then devolves into a confusing mother/daughter story, resolved, alas, in Raina's (the skeptical daughter's) absolute and absolutely unconvincing conversion into her mother's brand of "enlightenment. " How much more interestiing the play would have been if Sid and Raina had not been awkwardly catapulted into mother/daughter roles
San Francisco Bach Choir’s Artistic Director and harpsichordist Corey Jamason and mezzo-soprano Danielle Reutter-Harrah present an intimate recital of music by Henry Purcell, Domenico Scarlatti, and François Couperin, set against gorgeous views of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. The performance will be followed by a wine and cheese reception. There’s no better way to warm up on a wintry Sunday afternoon!
This Recital and Wine Reception will help to support the Choir’s ambitious programming and outreach efforts for this and future seasons.
Please note this event has been incorrectly listed. It will be at the Conference Center at Fort Mason Center. For further information and tickets, please visit www.sfbach.org
Are you kidding Bob Enos Soundwave is amazing. The acoustics are great and they are all musicians who just love to play.
Doors are actually at 7pm.
RSVP on the Facebook event here: http://www.facebook.com/events/35414618134…
this is not a free show! there is a $7 cover! http://www.facebook.com/events/48814450456…
Delicious with great presentation. Really lived up to traditional Japanese Ramen. The marriage of the soup and noodle was spot on! Glad to see that Oakland has another fantastic POPUP catering to traditional Asian food cuisine. Keep up it up Ramen Man!
Great Story ... wish I could attend, but I'm in Nashville/Lebanon, TN. K
Great group! $40 a month membership goes toward other arts programs within the Art Beat Foundation.
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