New series: Alternative Acts: Seeking Truth Above #F
Music on the “out” side – first show April Fool’s Day
Sunday, April 1st – 4:30-6:30 pm
$10-15 suggested donation; students $5

The Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project
and the Jazz Philanthropists Union,
with financial support from the
Zellerbach Family Foundation,

Alternative Acts: Seeking Truth Above #F

a series of six concerts beginning April Fools Day
and concluding May 20th


April Fools Day:
Sheldon Brown, bass clarinet,
tenor saxophone and clarinet
Clark Coolidge, drums
Andrew Joron, theremin
Joseph Noble, flute, alto flute,
alto saxophone and soprano saxophone


The “Alternative Acts” series is devoted to improvised and other avant garde musical approaches by locally based artists:

April Fool’s Day, Ouroboros
Sheldon Brown and Joseph Noble, reeds;
Andrew Joron, theremin; Clark Coolidge, drums

April 18th, Dalachinsky:Cherkovski:Coolidge
3 poets, with a musician or two tba

—  April 20th,  Drummer Scott Amendola’s 3-in-1
with Raffi Garabedian, saxophone and Zach Ostroff, bass

April 21st, animals and giraffes
Phillip Greenlief, saxphones and Bb clarinet

Claudia La Rocco, text and voice
Danishta Rivero, voice and electronics
John Shiruba, electric and acoustic guitars and preparations

May 5th, Dark Metals
David Boyce, saxophones/EFX

David Ewell, bass
Cairo McCockran, drums

May 20th, the Kasey Knudsen Quartet
Kasey Knudsen, sax; Lorin Benedict, vocals

Ben Goldberg, clarinet; Miles Wick, bass