CONCERT FAITE PAR UN GROUPE ZERO CHAT CHAT
TIM PERKIS JOHN BISCHOFF MARK TRAYLE
HATLEY MARTIN GALLERY 41 POWELL STREET - SF MONDAY 12 JANUARY - 8 HEURES  PRIX D'ENTREE, $ SEVEN
ANDY'S TELESCOPE SATURDAY MAY 22  Barbara Golden presents a not-to-be-missed evening of film, live electronics, words and music! SPECIAL GROUPS PERFORMING:
SPAM -- Performing AYOTOLLAH, DARLING etc. With Barbara Golden, Mary Oliver, Mark Trayle, Willie Whynot?, Magdalen Luecke, Carla Fabrizio.
PLUS, BLOW JOB -- A New percussion piece for solo bass drum, and
PICNIC NURSE -- A video/tape collage event! Tinted picnic, fascism and passion in everyday life. It could happen to you!!!!!
ANDY'S TELESCOPE -- The premiere screening of a new film with sound by Barbara Golden and Melody Sumner. 3rd in a series of Super-8s!!
ROTARY CLUB -- A live new music ensemble with Barbara Golden, Ben Azarm, MEAL, Sam Ashley, and Jay Cloidt. Guerrilla electronics using low-budget tech!
GIRLS LOOKING FOR HUSBANDS -- All woman band singing Golden's songs. Sheila Davies, Claudia Ricketts and Fran Smith. Golden on Keyboards. Sweet'n sassy vocals, Andrews Sisters, watch it!
LEVITTOWN TELECOMMUNICATIONS INSTALLATION BY TOM KLINKOWSTEIN MAY 26 -- JULY 19. TUES. - SAT., 12 - 5 PM PART OF THE VIDEO & EXHIBITION SERIES. Klinkowstein's work has included many events employing telecommunications connections between Europe and North America. The LEVITTOWN installation draws parallels between the American dream of the 50's and Holland in 1982.
LIVE EVENTS 8:00PM ADMISSION $4.00 LA MAMELLE, INC. 40-12TH STREET, SF INFORMATION:431-7524
ADVANCE ARTS PIANO CLUB PERFORMANCE new College Gallery 762 Valencia St. SF CA
Saturday July 20, 1985 8:30 pm Chris Brown Charles Ives * Rae Imamura David Rosenboom
Sunday July 21, 1985 8:30 pm Alexis Aldrich Wayne Horvitz Olivier Messiaen * Brian Reinbolt
SOUND IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT AT THE Giant Camera SEPT. 23 - NOV. 24, 1979 A series of new works by Bay Area composers for the Camera Obscura behind the Cliff House, San Francisco opening 9-23 2pm info 752-9422 via muni: 18 Sloat, 38 Geary, 75
AXIOM' AXIOM 1983 2744 FRANKLIN STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94123
AXIOM' AXIOM IS GOING TO BE A TURNING POINT IN THE BAY AREA MUSIC SCENE. EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC IN A UNIQUE SETTING A GALLERY SPACE WITH A CLUB - SCENE ATMOSPHERE.
THIS SERIES OF EVENTS WILL BE A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF THE BAY AREA'S AVANT-GARDE. EACH EVENING WILL BE AN UNUSUAL AND SURPRISING EVENT NOT TO BE MISSED.
TICKETS ARE $4.00 AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR. THE SERIES IS PRODUCED BY BEN AZARM AND MARK TRAYLE.
Oct. 14 Maggi Payne, Tim Perkis Oct. 15 Barbara Golden, Jay Cloidt Oct. 21 K. Atchley, Jean Moncrieff, Mary Oliver Oct. 22 John Bischoff, Chris Brown Nov. 4 Paul DeMarinis, Brian Reinbolt Nov. 5 Nick Bertoni, William Winant Nov. 11 Charles Amirkhanian, Michael Sumner Nov. 12 David Rosenboom, Sam Ashley, L. de Compiegne
SQUID'S/INK 90 McALLISTER @ LEAVENWORTH, SF ALL SHOWS START AT 9:00 PM
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT MARY OLIVER AT 474-2116 OR AUDREY BROWN AT 836-2454.
jean-francois denis jim mckee larry simon phil stone
the oxygen jukebox: barney jones seth greene martha greene
new music for a sunday afternoon at the farm
the farm 1499 POTRERO (at army) SUNDAY MAY 5  1 PM ..... $3 826-4290
Pacific Harmony [1981 or 1982 says ben azarm] (Jon Siddall & Mark Trayle) presents Three Evenings of Sound Installation April 21, 22, 23 Augusta's Restaurant 2955 Telegraph at Ashby, Berkeley for your dining pleasure
W.I.G. BAND "PRAYING FOR A NORMAL LIFE" THURSDAY April 10 at 10:00 p.m.  CLUB 9 at 9th and Harrison $4.00 / $3.00 members
featuring "All that testosterone" "I wanna lap pool" "NEANDERTHAL BEHAVIOR" "I LOVE EASY READING" "TAMPON RAG" "BABOON from URANUS"
Barbara Golden Johanna Poethig "Petra" Jean Moncrieff "Connie" "Babette"
A MAN WOULD BECOME AN IDEA THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 4&5 DEC 80 8-10 pm admission free
AN INSTALLATION BY STEVE KEY 2424 Russell St. Berkeley one block north of Ashby between Telegraph and College For information call 845-3304 or 635-7620
DO YOU Talk during films in movie theaters? Clip your fingernails in public? Cut all your food into bite-sized pieces before eating it? Refer to women as "chicks"? Blame computers for society's ills?
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO SAM ASHLEY AND BARBARA GOLDEN AN EVENING OF PERFORMANCE "SEEING THINGS" AND "FINAL SPIN"
ED HOLMES RICH GOLD PERFORM THE WORKS OF OTHER ARTISTS THURS MAY 10TH 8:00 PM FREE [1979 or 1984] UPSTAIRS art association 927 Broadway Oakland, Calif. 94607
TUNNEL HUM(c) II by bonnie barnett
Come to the tunnel prepared to generate energy for positive change. Acting as an individual and taking personal responsibility for your sound and movement, occupy the space, make yourself at home, gather you energy, build your energy, with the goal of pooling your individual energy with the others also working.
At a signal (when I travel through the space ringing a bell) begin to move into a standing circle at the center of the tunnel. Listen for the pitch given for a unison drone (Ab).
Tune to the group by singing an Ab in unison or at an octave. Stay on the Ab on the vowel (oo) for a long time.
Eventually begin changing vowels, still on the Ab. Change vowels very slowly, spending more time between vowels than holding any one particular vowel. (ee-oo) is an excellent series; also (o-ae). Overtones may emerge.
Feel free at any point to listen rather than to vocalize. Either listening or sounding blend your raised energy with the groups energy.
Eventually feel free to sing very short melodic fragments within the harmonic system of Ab, always returning to a consonant frequency or to silence and breath.
Listen for the group decision to end.
(c) Bonnie Barnett, 1981, 1982. All rights reserved.
Sunday AUGUST 1, 1982 12 noon in the pedestrian tunnel at the foot of Judah Street under the Great Highway at the beach. Windy; dress warm. Free.
banners by KIMBERLY BREESE / totems and masks by ELEANOR MYERS
Sponsored by Mixed Bag Production and Umbrella for the Performing Arts, and Reclaiming with the co-operation of the Golden Gate Nat'l Rec. Area and the S.F. Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Part of San Francisco's Summer Festival. for more info. phone 922-0763
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San Francisco / September 1985
NEW DEPARTURES/MUSIC, a Labor Day Weekend Festival opens FRONTIERS OF THE MIND: THE HUMAN DIMENSION
The Maitrey Institute San Francisco presents NEW DEPARTURES/MUSIC, a Labor Day Weekend music festival at Theater Artaud, to open its September workshop series, FRONTIERS OF THE MIND: THE HUMAN DIMENSION. The festival features musicians and composers whose unique styles and innovation have helped expand the boundaries of contemporary music.
Text-sound composer Charles Amirkhanian and visual artist Carol Law lead off the events on Friday evening, August 30th, at 8:30pm, along with the Sonoma County music-theater group Totem.
Saturday features Nubian instrumentalist Hamza El Din at 2:00 pm and nationally renowned San Francisco jazz vocalist Bobby McFerrin at 8:00 pm,
followed on Sunday at 10:00am by Nazim Ozel playing his 500-string Semi Civilized Tree, at 2:00 pm by Sioux Indian singer Buddy Red Bow and popular folk singer Kate Wolf, and at 8:00pm by non-traditional composer and performer Pauline Oliveros....
The Sonoma County music-theater group Totem performs a range of vocal and instrumental improvisation, innovative new music and jazz, and fully developed music-theater using techniques from Japanese, Indian and Balinese theater. Totem is composed of actor/vocalist Fred Curchack, trombonist Jon English, bassist Mel Graves, percussionist Tom Dondelinger, and sound artist Richard Waters, inventor of the the waterphone and other unusual musical instruments featured by the group.
Turkish-born Nazim Ozel is a painter, sculptor, musician and creator of the Semi Civilized Tree, a branch from a California Live Oak strung with 500 harp, cello, violin, guitar, banjo, mandolin, saz and oud strings. His performance technique incorporates plucking, bowing, striking, and using auxillary objects on strings tuned to various experimental, Eastern microtonal and Western equal-tempered scales. ...
Typed by Cheryl Vega 9-3-95