THU, JAN 21, 2021

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COM__UNIDAD is a virtual residency and online co-op community art projects development based in Peru that proposes the creation of a collaborative network made up of cultural actors related to the history, art and community practices of the Peruvian context. The virtual residence receives artists and cultural workers, national and international, with the aim of rethinking community art practices through virtual strategies, thus art, cultural management or art education projects, based on historical, cultural, social and geographical research of the Peruvian communities, from the culture of residents origin.

The program proposes a research work divided into three periods by the three regions of Peru in three months. In which residents, collaborators and coordinators will carry out a constant exercise of dialogue, cultural exchange and analysis of traditional art, community practices, ancestral worldview, social organization, cultural practices and expressions, which are developed on the coast, Andean, and jungle of Peru.
Bill Walker performs original jazz tunes and surprising covers as you wind down from the shelter-in-place work week.
Called “one of the outstanding singers of our time” by The Wall Street Journal, GRAMMY-winning vocalist Catherine Russell performs music from her latest album, Alone Together, for this Fridays at Five, recorded in September 2019 at the start of our 2019-20 Season. Over her momentous career, Russell has recorded and shared the stage with artists including David Bowie, Steely Dan, Michael Feinstein, Paul Simon and Rosanne Cash, recorded seven albums, and won a GRAMMY for her contribution to the soundtrack for the smash HBO series Boardwalk Empire. Recently, she appeared onscreen and in the soundtrack to Bolden, director Dan Pritzker’s 2019 biopic about cornetist and jazz pioneer Buddy Bolden. With Alone Together, Russell explores the rich trove of music emerging during the Swing Era.
Performing two sets streamed live from the Bird and Beckett Books’ Saturday evening live jazz concert series.

The Lost Trio was formed in 1994 by Phillip Greenlief, Dan Seamans & Tom Hassett and stepped into existence with a steady every Thursday night gig at The Rose Pistola in San Francisco’s North Beach district. This residency was followed by four year stint on Sundays at Cato’s Ale House in Oakland. The Lost Trio has a history of touring that has focused on venues up and down the west coast, where they have also enjoyed many live radio appearances and in-store performances. The groups’ repertoire began with a program of mainly standards by Thelonious Monk, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus and others before veering into other sources. Since then, the group has fashioned a very unique collection of over 600 songs that range from composers as diverse as Hank Williams, Nino Rota, Steve Lacy, Carla Bley, Billy Stranhorn, Mel Tillis, The Grateful Dead, and PJ Harvey; not to mention numerous original compositions by Lost Trio members Phillip Greenlief and Dan Seamans.
MUSIC, JAN 28: Soundscaping SJMA 2021 - ONLINE
Enjoy performances alongside artworks at the San José Museum of Art, featuring eclectic sounds from local music creators. Presented by The Come Up and San José Made.

This year’s sonic experience features electrifying music by local music creators Joy Dawn Hackett, Julia Bozzo (aka Planttvibes), and William Corduroy.

The Come Up is a DIY art collective that creates experiences featuring local musicians with the aim to cultivate an art community within San José that encourages young creatives to pursue their visions.

This will be their first virtual performance, so come check out the one-of-a-kind show!
“One of the greatest musicians in jazz… a pianist of almost supernatural abilities” (The New York Times), Gonzalo Rubalcaba is the most celebrated Cuban pianist of his generation, a virtuoso of jaw-dropping technical command whose improvisational prowess helped pave the way for the brilliant wave of Latin American jazz musicians that followed in his wake. One of them was Cuban conguero Pedrito Martinez, who’s played an essential role infusing Afro-Cuban currents into American music since settling in New York City in 1998, recording and performing with artists including Wynton Marsalis, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, and Sting. This performance, filmed in September 2017 at the start of our 2017-18 Season, is a telepathic duo encounter and an intoxicating journey into the thrumming heart of Cuban rhythm.
Ensemble for These Times (E4TT) continues its exciting annual series of works by women composers with music by a diverse group of ten women composers: Elinor Armer, Tania León, Jessie Montgomery, Missy Mazzoli, Jennifer Higdon, Anna Clyne, Claudia Montero, Vivian Fung, Marti Epstein, and Caroline Shaw. As an additional highlight, the program will also include a piece by the remarkable Polish composer Grażyna Bacewicz (1909-1969).

Join E4TT on YouTube for live chat and at 7 PM for pre-concert composer videos with Elinor Armer and Jesse Montgomery.

Claudia Montero’s piece is performed in tribute to her recent passing on January 16, 2021.
Tune in to celebrate the “Double Vision” duo exhibition on Voss Gallery’s Instagram Live!

Voss Gallery presents “Double Vision,” a duo exhibition of New Contemporary paintings and sculptures by Tim Irani and Neddie Bakula that depicts enchanting environments and alternative realities as an escape from the modern world.

To access the virtual showing, you will need to be following @vossgallery on the Instagram.

The exhibition is on view February 6-27, 2020. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6 PM or by appointment; please wear a face covering and observe social distancing. We are closely following the situation with COVID-19 via the CDC and SF Department of Public Health and will share any updates on our website, newsletter, and social media channels.
VISUAL, FEB 5: VIP Collectors Event: Double Vision - at Voss Gallery, San Francisco, California, USA
Join us in celebrating the “Double Vision” duo exhibition in a VIP and socially distant setting on Friday, Feb. 5, 4-8 PM at Voss Gallery!

Voss Gallery presents our second VIP Collectors event… Enjoy the first view of the “Double Vision” duo exhibition in an elevated and fun environment. Reserve your ticket to dance to the tunes of DJ Duserock while walking the red carpet and viewing New Contemporary work by Tim Irani and Neddie Bakula—in addition to a curated selection of regional artists in the gallery’s lower level space [The Down Low].

Only 12 timed tickets are available for purchase at $35; each ticket reserves a 20 minute private viewing for up to four guests. Please arrive 10 minutes before your reservation to ensure a smooth experience for all parties.
Spend a special afternoon with the extraordinary voice of Karen Slack.

Hailed for possessing a voice of extraordinary beauty, a seamless legato and great dramatic depth, American soprano Karen Slack has appeared with The Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Washington National Opera, and San Francisco Opera. Slack, a 2002 alumnus of Merola Opera Program, has been the winner of numerous competitions and has performed in opera houses around the world. Catch Karen Slack in recital, “Of Thee I Sing! Songs of Love and Justice,” as part of the Merola Virtual Recital Series.

Mary Pinto, an acclaimed accompanist and vocal coach, has worked with international opera singers and major American opera companies for the past 25 years. Among those she’s worked with are Deborah Voigt (Merola ’85).
MULTIMEDIA, MAR 14-18, 2021: Global Social Witnessing Conference.Lab 2021 at Witten/Herdecke University, Witten, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
The Global Social Witnessing Conference.Lab 2021 will provide a space where diverse perspectives/experiences from artists, scientists, spiritual practitioners, and political activists will inspire participants to better understand and embody GSW within their mind, heart, and body. Throughout the lab, we will co-create new ideas, strategies, tools, and energy to help us become mature global citizens in our times of disruption and transformation.
VISUAL, APR 15-18, 2021: Art Vancouver 2021 at Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Art Vancouver brings together both rapidly growing creative talent and renowned international artists under one roof. Western Canada’s largest contemporary art fair attracts over 10,000 art lovers annually to the Vancouver Convention Centre.

  • 1,200 pieces of artwork for purchase
  • Speaker Series
  • Live Demonstrations
  • Art Classes
  • Guided Tours

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