Date(s) - 04/28/2013
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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“… redefining musical boundaries …” – San Francisco Classical Voice
Live music and electro-acoustic structured improvisation to five new electrifying motion picture montages exploring the Flight AF447 disaster, Drone Warfare, Futurist Cities, Polar Ice Caps, and the Desert.
Jack Curtis Dubowsky – piano, Jupiter-6, electric bass
Fred Morgan – drums, percussion
Erika Johnson – drums, percussion
Hall Goff – trombone, electronics
Rufus Olivier III – bassoon
Jack Curtis Dubowsky is a prolific composer, author, educator, and filmmaker. Major works include Harvey Milk: A Cantata, the socio-political chamber opera Halloween in the Castro, and an oratory with orchestra, Eisenhower Farewell Address. Dubowsky’s feature documentary, Submerged Queer Spaces, a study of architecture and urban archaeology, premiered at the 2012 Frameline36 San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. Dubowsky’s choral music has been performed internationally by groups including San Francisco Choral Artists, Desert Voices, Resounding Harmony, Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco, Oakland/East Bay Gay Men’s Chorus, and Mount Eden Chorus. Dubowsky has received grants from Meet the Composer, Zellerbach Family Fund, Composers and Schools, the American Composers Forum, and others. Dubowsky’s sheet music is available through JW Pepper, Sheet Music Plus, and Theodore Front Musical Literature. Dubowsky is a fellow of the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Dubowsky serves on the editorial board of The Soundtrack, published by Intellect Press.
Also appearing – 9pm: Dan Plonsey’s Daniel Popsicle Big Band