Archive for March, 2011

April 16, Salon! You’re On!

Eth-Noh-Tec and Young Audiences present

Salon! You’re On!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Eth-Noh-Tec’s Salon! You’re On! will feature: Storyteller Erica Lann Clark, presenting “The Pishke Collector,” a real Yiddish story given to Erica from an old woman in the Jewish temple in Salinas who quoted, ”Well, this is a story you’ll never hear from a rabbi!”; the ITP (Institute of Transpersonal Psychology) Choir conducted by Kay Kleinerman; Work Tales from the San Francisco Community College Department of Labor Studies presents true tales from the San Francisco Labor Movement set to narrative theater; Young Audiences of Northern California’s “Salon Gem Cluster” featuring artists from their roster of performers: Larry Wilson, magician and comedian; Jason “Spidey” Ferguson, break dancer; Raphael Cohen, spoken word artist; and, of course, last but not least, your favorite kinetic story theater duo, Eth-Noh-Tec.

Location:

Eth-Noh-Tec Studio
977 South Van Ness Ave
between 20th and 21st Street
close to 24th Street BART Station
San Francisco

Admission:

$5-$20 sliding scale

Filed as: Programs, Salon! You're On!  
 

April 9, Cello Madness Congress

Cello Madness Congress

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Eth-Noh-Tec, kinetic story theater and Cello Madness Congress will conjure an alchemy of melody and myth into a performance of musical narrative. Eth-Noh-Tec along with Cello Joe and The Cello Madness Congress hosts a very special salon: “The Triumphant Return of the Cello Madness Congress” featuring a USA premiere of composition for eight cellists by composer Ian Stewart from London! Also, composition for octet composed by Oakland, California composer Joowan Kim…and more! Cello Madness Congress…a tribe of cellists declare a new possibilty for cello: spontaneous, improvised, magical musical moments of pure ecstasy. They will astound and amaze your ears. Eth-Noh-Tec will present three stories accompanied with The Cello Madness Congress.

Location:

Eth-Noh-Tec Studio
977 South Van Ness Ave
between 20th and 21st Street
close to 24th Street BART Station
San Francisco

Admission:

$5-$20 sliding scale

Filed as: Programs, Salon! You're On!  
 

Benefit for Japan This Saturday

Benefit for Japan

In response to the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear reactor disasters, proceeds from our Salon this Saturday will benefit recovery efforts in Japan.

Salon! You’re On!

March 19, 2011 at 7pm

Hosted by:

Eth-Noh-Tec Kinetic Story Theater
Weaving ancient metaphor and myth with modern message.

Featuring:

Destiny The Harpist from the Hood
Sound sculptress mesmerizes her audience with musical imagery, classical/crossover eclectic jazz for vocals and harp.

Indie Artists “Ceilings lifted, doors open”
Exploring creativity, challenges, and building community through the images and voices of artists featuring: Kathy Fuji-Oka, Lenore Chinn, Matthew McKinley, and Flo Oy Wong.

Aimee Suzara Fil Am Spoken Word/Performance Artist
“Writes and performs with an unhurried beauty, lyricism, and love of words that contain all of her urgency and fierceness as a woman of color.” – Aya de Leon, poet/performer

Amber Field Multi-instrumentalist
Fresh. Unique. Energetic. The Traveler. She weaves a beautiful tapestry of Indian, African, Arabian, and Western sounds reflecting that the whole world is her home…and home is in her heart.

Location:

Eth-Noh-Tec Studio
977 South Van Ness Ave
between 20th and 21st Street
close to 24th Street BART Station
San Francisco

Admission:

$5-$100 sliding scale. Give more if you can.

Filed as: Japan Earthquake Relief Fundraiser, Programs, Salon! You're On!  
 

March 19, 2011 Salon! You’re On!

Salon! You’re On!

March 19, 2011 at 7pm

Hosted by:

Eth-Noh-Tec Kinetic Story Theater
Weaving ancient metaphor and myth with modern message.

Featuring:

Destiny The Harpist from the Hood
Sound sculptress mesmerizes her audience with musical imagery, classical/crossover eclectic jazz for vocals and harp.

Indie Artists “Ceilings lifted, doors open”
Exploring creativity, challenges, and building community through the images and voices of artists featuring: Kathy Fuji-Oka, Lenore Chinn, Matthew McKinley, and Flo Oy Wong.

Aimee Suzara Fil Am Spoken Word/Performance Artist
“Writes and performs with an unhurried beauty, lyricism, and love of words that contain all of her urgency and fierceness as a woman of color.” – Aya de Leon,  poet/performer

Amber Field Multi-instrumentalist
Fresh. Unique. Energetic. The Traveler. She weaves a beautiful tapestry of Indian, African, Arabian, and Western sounds reflecting that the whole world is her home…and home is in her heart.

Location:

Eth-Noh-Tec Studio
977 South Van Ness Ave
between 20th and 21st Street
close to 24th Street BART Station
San Francisco

Admission:

$5-$20 sliding scale

Filed as: Programs, Salon! You're On!