Archive for October, 2011

An Evening of Siberian Music and Stories

Special Eth-Noh-Tec Salon

November 5, 2011, 7pm

An Evening of Siberian Music and Stories

Chirgilchin Salon 11/5/11

Featuring:

Chirgilchin

Internationally Acclaimed Tuvan Throat Singers from Siberia.

“Chirgilchin”, whose group names means “miracle” in Tuvan language, is a quartet of visiting musicians and singers from Siberia. They will be presenting their musical lore of horse fiddle and jaw harps, with the singing of vocal polyharmonics, the throat singing made famous by the independent film, “Ghenghis Blues”.

To celebrate the cultures of Central and Arctic Asia, Eth-Noh-Tec will be presenting three Siberian folk tales.  Listen to the tales where heroic orphan Osku Ool outwits the evil Khan, where the beautiful Golden Princess offers her wisdom, and where Magic Mirrors and the Pill of Life brings back the maiden from the brink of death.  Bundle up, settle in, can get cozy and listen by the fire of your imagination.

Location:

Eth-Noh-Tec Studio
977 South Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94110

Tickets at the door (sliding scale: $15 – $25)

 

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

Salon! You’re On! Seventh Season Starts with Tales of Terror

Eth-Noh-Tec
Salon! You’re On!
presents

Tales of Terror

Eth-Noh-Tec (Kinetic Story Theater)

Listen deeply…in the dark. Invite the demons, ghouls, and horror into your fearful fantasy! Got guts? Let us serve you some!

Nara Denning (Filmmaker)

Seeker of invisible realities. Turbulent dreamscapes. Mysterious both modern and antique… Seductive… the symbolic language of the heart.

Rick Kitagawa (Painter)

Inspired by mythology, crypto-zoology, horror films and pop culture. And explorer of fear, edgier sanctums of of raw emotion, sexuality, dark humor, and death.

Matthew Abaya (Filmmaker)

His films use science fiction and horror films to address the real world’s most difficult 
issues in a hyper fictional universe.

Amy Ho (Installation Artist)

Her installations ask us to experience our 
bodies in new ways, questioning the nature 
of time, space—questioning ourselves as 
psychological beings.

Location

Eth-Noh-Tec Studio
977 South Van Ness Ave
(between 21st & 20th Streets;
close to 24th Street BART)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 282-8705

Door

Bring a refreshment or
Buy a ticket, $5-$20 (sliding scale)

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