National Touring Cast of American Idiot Comes to San Francisco for a 1-Night Benefit Cabaret
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How can we live rich lives devoted to the the arts while pursuing successful careers devoted to the production of material comfort and pleasure? Humanities West presents a special "informance" to explore these ideas with the genre-defying Saint Michael Trio, made up of three artists who maintain thriving careers in the private sector. For Rockin' the Sonata, Daniel Cher (violin), Michel Flexer (cello) and Russell Hancock (piano) demonstrate with passion, wit, and their own virtuosity how two utterly different sonata composers from different centuries -- Franz Joseph Haydn and Paul Schoenfield -- use the same tools to express the sentiment of their age. Known for their engaging, accessible and often funny performances, the nationally touring Saint Michael Trio is versed in classical masterworks as well as jazz and even rock tunes, mixing it all together into a concert that promises to rock the sonata. Learn More
Eat at the Hotel's Leatherneck Steakhouse before the show, even on a Sunday when there is only the bar menu...excellent... If u have time be sure to visit the museum & library on the 11th floor...very much worth the time!The Big Gay Comedy Show dining • Apr 14 2014 star this tip starred
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Another in a long line of Richmond/Ermet's fundraising talent shows put on by the company of a touring Broadway show, the cast of American Idiot did not fail! . So much energy and natural ability on-stage and several beautiful, original numbers too! I can't wait til tomorrow to finally get to see them put on their REAL show (which I'd seen in its pre-Bway run in Berkeley). I enjoyed watching the players rotate amongst the instruments in the band. Oh to be that talented! I would've liked an additional appearance by Paula West, one of my absolute favorite singers, peppered into the night.
The Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation has worked with more than 34 touring casts to date to produce “One Night Only Cabaret” events. To date, REAF has distributed well over $2.6 million to AIDS service agencies.
Please note: Songs from American Idiot will not be performed.