THU, OCT 29, 2020
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MUSIC, OCT 3-NOV 2: Angel City Jazz Festival 2020 - ONLINE
The Angel City Jazz Festival consistently features the most innovative and original musicians working today, balancing established artists with emerging talent, and focusing on west coast creative jazz, past, present and future.

For the 2020 edition of the Angel City Jazz Festival, we partnered with Overworld Studio and recorded the festival performances at Red Gate Recorders in Eagle Rock with ambisonic sound and 360° cameras.

2020 VR Festival Line-Up: Chromaticity Trio, Anthony Fung, Yusef Lateef Tribute, Jesse Sharps and The Gathering, Areni Agbabian, Paul Cornish, Steve Lehman and Gerald Clayton Duo, Josef Leimberg, Tina Raymond Quartet, Hitomi Oba Quartet, Gene Coye’s Jazz Gene, and Christian Euman
DANCE, OCT 23-NOV 6: Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema – MVFS Virtual Dance Film Screening - Martha’s Vineyard Film Center, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, USA - ONLINE
A curated selection of short dance films, in person and virtual

Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema is proud to be co-presenting our first ever dance film event with Martha’s Vineyard Film Society. We’ll be collaborating on limited seating in-person screenings at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center, a virtual screening on Eventive, plus special access to bonus materials for ticket holders!
MUSIC, OCT 30: Bill Walker – Friday Jazz Happy Hour - ONLINE
Bill Walker performs original jazz tunes and surprising covers as you wind down from the shelter-in-place work week.
Mexican-American singer and songwriter Lila Downs is a GRAMMY winner and one of the most celebrated artists of her generation. A native of Oaxaca, she’s built a career bridging cultures and languages, both as a musician and social activist for humanitarian causes. With guidance from her vocalist mother and inspiration from Mexican singing greats Chavela Vargas and Lucha Villa balanced by the gamut of American music she heard in the States, Downs made her major label debut with 1999’s jazz-informed La Sandunga, and her contributions to the 2002 Frida Kahlo biopic Frida elevated her status to that of a major international star. She’s won a GRAMMY and multiple Latin GRAMMYs, including a nod for her newest Sony Music album, Salón, Lágrimas y Deseo (Salon, Tears and Desire). This performance, filmed in May 2019, is a celebration of that release.
MUSIC, OCT 31: The Songwriting of The Beatles: The Experimental Sounds of Rubber Soul and Revolver - Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA - ONLINE
More than fifty years after they exploded onto the music scene, The Beatles still capture our imagination as few groups have. In this four-day course, we will delve into The Beatles’ career, development, and songwriting process through a deep-dive into two extraordinary albums, the “bookends” of Rubber Soul and Revolver, which marked the end of their commercially driven era and a transition to a more experimental sound. Recorded in the fall of 1965, and a decisive step away from Beatlemania, Rubber Soul showcased the band’s growing maturity as songwriters and studio artists. It was also their second complete album of originals, after 1964’s A Hard Day’s Night. Steeped in equal parts of Bob Dylan, Stax, and Motown soul, Rubber Soul illustrated how pop was rapidly shifting from discrete pop singles to album-length artistic statements. 1966’s Revolver was a landmark—arguably their greatest album. An explosion of influences—psychedelia, American soul, avant-garde European classical/electronic music, Hindustani classical music, and British music hall—Revolver was the album that opened up vast, new artistic spaces and changed rock history. It was also their first album that could not be easily, or adequately, performed by the band live on stage. The course will include lectures, discussions, and the opportunity to listen closely to individual tracks, as we examine the studio process, equipment, techniques, and songwriting craft that brought these albums to life.
VISUAL, OCT 31: Outdoor Stencil Workshop with Jeremy Novy - Voss Gallery, San Francisco, California, USA
Voss Gallery is hosting an outdoor socially distant Stencil Workshop with Jeremy Novy⁠—a nationally recognized street artist⁠—on Saturday, October 24, 2-4 PM!

This workshop will provide participants with an insightful overview about the history of stenciling and other revolutionary acts of street art as seen in ancient and contemporary art. Participants will also gain a basic understanding of how to design, cut, and spray their very own reusable stencil to take home that day!
Put on a costume, and help us raise money for Bay Area Cancer Connections (BACC)! Your ticket gets you onto The Zoom + into the party!

All times are Pacific Times (PT)

  • 4:00-4:20 PM CelloJoe (Records live on stage with a loop pedal and produces intricate tapestries of harmony, melody, and rhythm.)
  • 4:25-4:45 PM Marlo and Mark (Crossing across Americana, folk, country, rock, blues and indie genres.)
  • 4:50-5:10 PM Lisa Graciano (Cultivates a sense of nomadic, cosmopolitan and worldly feel in her music.)
  • 5:15-5:35 PM Frances Ancheta Becker (A Filipina American singer/songwriter and acoustic musician from San Francisco.)
  • 5:40-6:00 PM Sariyah Idan (Jazz and folk trained, hip-hop educated, and influenced by her Jewish roots, Sariyah Idan embodies fiery sensuality rooted in cultural, social and verbal poetry.)
  • 6:05-6:25 PM Rick Hardin (With his roots in soul, Sonoma, CA based singer/songwriter Rick Hardin showcases his powerhouse vocals and inventive songwriting.)
  • 6:30-6:50 PM John Rybak (“Deeply rooted and well-versed in American roots music and early southern blues John + Friends will take you on a musical road trip across the country with feel-good songs of substance and integrity”)
  • 6:55-7:15 PM The Genie (An avant-garde guitarist, looping innovator from San Francisco.)
  • 7:20-7:40 PM SyzyGy Beatbox / D.B.Walker (Spreading Conscious Vibes and Love for All Beings sYzYgY wants peace for all humanity and the frontman-guitarist for The D.B. Walker Band that are a versatile blues and rock unit that is guaranteed to entertain.)
MUSIC, OCT 31: Temirzhan Yerzhanov and Klara Frei – Piano Duet Masterpieces - Community School of Music and Arts, Mountain View, California, USA - ONLINE
CSMA invites you to a rare opportunity to hear piano duet masterpieces of Schubert and Schumann performed by two gifted pianists. Temirzhan Yerzhanov (CSMA faculty, piano) and Klara Frei (CSMA faculty, piano) perform a program they call “Romantic Gems” including: Rondo in A major, D. 951 and Allegro in A minor “Lebensstürme” D. 947 by Franz Schubert as well as Ballszenen Op. 109 by Robert Schumann.
The California band According to Bazooka performs a mini concert of irresistibly catchy original tunes steeped in vintage vibes. It’s a vibrant Americana infused sound that blurs the lines of rock, folk, pop, blues, jazz and zydeco. Fun, heartfelt, energetic, and meaningful are just some of the words describing the emotions created by the band’s music. Their songs dip into a communal subconscious, offering up instant favorites that blend delightful melodies with timeless stories. A2B delivers their signature retro-pop sound with a blend of guitar, accordion, upright bass, drums, and rich vocal harmony. Lively songs and creative lyrics paint a picture of According to Bazooka’s musical world of relatable tales and everyday humanity. It’s a unique experience that invites listeners on playful explorations of American roots genres.
MULTIMEDIA, NOV 4: Arts Community Support Circles - ONLINE
For artists, arts administrators and cultural workers who are stymied in their work and need a path forward during this pandemic.

As we consider how to activate our arts practices and businesses we find connection in a safe, confidential and supportive “virtual” circle. We will use coaching tools to identify a practical and accomplishable goal, assess the current reality to identify your strengths, explore options for moving forward and plan realistic steps for action. Zoom link provided upon registration.
DANCE, NOV 4: PUSHfest Global 2020 - ONLINE
We’re proud to announce an amazing lineup of choreographers for our 2020 online season. Join us for 7 livestreams of performances, interviews and audience Q&As every Wednesday at 6 PM (PT).

  • NOV 4, 6 PM (PT) WEEK 5: PUSH Dance Company Livestream
  • NOV 11, 6 PM (PT) WEEK 6: Angus Wu, Vertika Srivastava, and Elizabeth Shea
  • NOV 18, 6 PM (PT) WEEK 7: Peri Trono and John Paul Alejandro, Joan Lazarus and Mariella Morales
Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema and The Colorado Chautauqua are teaming up for a fresh, new kind of partnership this fall, and we are delighted to be collaborating on a very special screening of this unique feature-length documentary, featuring notable local dance companies, plus a virtual Q&A with the film’s director and the directors of each of these companies.
MUSIC, NOV 7: Yulia Fomicheva and Keisuke Nakagoshi – Cello and Piano Music by Russian-born Composers - Community School of Music and Arts, Mountain View, California, USA - ONLINE
Yulia Fomicheva (CSMA faculty, cello) and pianist Keisuke Nakagoshi perform music from Russian-born composers Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Rachmaninov, and Nikolai Myaskovsky. Fomicheva and Nakagoshi will give a small talk about these composers during the concert.
VISUAL, NOV 13: Making Waves with Elena Nahum Leroy - ONLINE
Do you miss traveling or being creative? Are you interested in learning a new technique from a local artist? If so, come join the Vancouver Visual Art Foundation online, as we dive into Japanese culture with Elena Nahum Leroy. In this art class Elena will guide us with watercolors and pens in “Making Waves”.

Elena was born and spent most of her life in St. Petersburg, Russia – a city of artists, ballet and music, or a cultural capital of Russia as most people say.
Are you tired of painting with a paintbrush? Would you like to learn a new art technique without ever having to leave your home? If so, you’re in luck! The Vancouver Visual Art Foundation is offering an online art class with Sky Lilah. This unique class will teach you how to paint with a palette knife and add dimension, proportions, and color to your paintings! Join us now to create your very own portrait.
MUSIC, NOV 20: Ensemble for These Times – Old Becomes New – World Premieres - Old First Concerts, San Francisco, California, USA - ONLINE
Ensemble for These Times (E4TT) kicks off its 2020/21 season with “Old Becomes New,” new music by living composers transforming older music styles, forms, and themes to give them fresh, new perspectives. Featuring two World Premieres by California composer Mary Bianco; the California premiere of “Through the Guarded Gate” by Juliana Hall to poems by Margaret Widdemer; and “Winter Dream” (in memorial Charlotte Salomon) by Dalit Warshaw performing her own music via stream from NYC. Other composers include Marti Epstein; John Musto; Alden Jenks and E4TT co-founder David Garner; Grigory Smirnov; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Steven Stucky; Tan Dun; and Pablo Ortiz.
Vancouver Visual Art Foundation’s online art class series brings classes to your home by professional art instructors.

Since September, the Vancouver Visual Art Foundation has been hosting online art classes to foster fun creativity with people of all ages and skill levels.

Each month, we have invited talented artists from our incredible Art Vancouver alumni to teach their passion online!

Let your creativity blossom while painting a Still Life with Flowers using acrylic paint on canvas. Discover the joy of painting in bright colours, while using colour mixes from the 5 primary colours. Step by step guidance.

No painting skills required.
Vancouver Visual Art Foundation’s online art class series brings classes to your home by professional art instructors.

The Vancouver Visual Art Foundation invites you to get creative with our online art class series.

Caravaggio (1571-1610) is for sure a star and one of the most contradictory and scandalous artists. His innovative artistry is recognized as the bridge between the Mannerist style typified by Michelangelo Buonarroti, Agnolo Bronzino, Titian of the High Renaissance and the Baroque splendor of Rubens and Rembrandt. His paintings and persona have entered popular culture, and his portrait and two of his works were featured on the old 100,000 lire banknote of Italy.

Join Elena Nahum Leroy as she guides you step-by-step to one of Caravaggio’s most famous paintings, Still Life with a Basket of Fruit using acrylic paint.

No experience necessary.
Berkeley Ballet Theater presents Available Light, a livestream broadcast featuring a collection of original dance, music, and film collaborations.

In photography and cinematography, the term available light refers to any naturally occurring light source, such as the sun or moon. BBT’s Available Light program captures the spirit of finding the light which is constantly available to all of us.

Available Light features the dancers of BBT’s Youth Division, Studio Company, and Adult Open Division, with guest artists from Post:Ballet.
VISUAL, JAN 21: Vision Board Art Class with Sky Lilah - ONLINE
Would you like to start off 2021 with some extra motivation and inspiration? Maybe even learn a new technique from a local artist?

Since September 2020, the Vancouver Visual Art Foundation (VVAF) has been offering online Art Classes to get everyone connected through art and creativity. To start off the year, Sky Lilah will guide you through the process of collecting and organizing visuals that best represent your dreams and goals in “Vision Board Art Class”. Come create your very own vision board!
MULTIMEDIA, MAR 14-18, 2021: Global Social Witnessing Conference.Lab 2021 - 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 - 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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