« Week of September 29, 2013 »
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Start: 09/29/2013 8:00 pm

This concert is a celebration of David Serva's foundational influence on the flamenco community of the Bay Area. Presented as a part of the 8th Annual Bay Area Flamenco Festival, Serva will be joined by a group of Gypsy musicians and dancers from Spain including Jose Galvez "El Duende", Kina Mendez, and Luis de la Tota.

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Start: 09/30/2013 8:00 pm

HoHLaX TrioJoin the Hohlax Trio on a musical journey to Greece, from the backstreets of Pireus to the magical islands of the Aegean. With Jaime Smith on violin, Orestis Koletsos on bouzouki, and Apostolis Kounis on vocals, guitar, and oud, the trio plays a unique blend of traditional Greek music and contemporary urban riffs. The name Hohlax derives from Hohlakas, a beach on the island of Amorgos, where the band came together in 2007.

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Start: 10/01/2013 8:00 pm

Marla Fibish & Bruce VictorNoctambule: Travel in the Shadows album release, benefit for Healing Muses and Harps for Hearts with special guests Patrice Haan, Lisa Lynne, Sylvia Herold, Jeri Jones, Aryeh Frankfurter, Tom Neylan, Susan Spurlock, and others.

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Start: 10/03/2013 8:00 pm

Butch HancockRolling Stone has called Butch Hancock “a raspy-voiced West Texas mystic with an equal affinity for romantic border balladry and Zen paradox.” Yes, he’s one of those questing Texans with a profound curiosity about nearly everything. His songs may not hold all the answers, but they pose fascinating questions. Butch is as likely to sing about Leonardo da Vinci as he is to sing about a bluebird.

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Start: 10/04/2013 8:00 pm

Olive & the Dirty MartinisThere’s nothing like partying for a good cause, and tonight’s your chance to have big fun with Olive and the Dirty Martinis – and at the same time to help worthy students who otherwise might not be able to afford to attend Cal.

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Start: 10/05/2013 8:00 pm

Larry VuckovichLarry Vukovich is a musical treasure, a Bay Area jazz legend who has played with a pantheon of the greats, from Vince Guaraldi to Billy Higgins, from Charlie Haden to Mel Tormé.