Rova Saxophone Quartet Presents Grand Electric Skull at JCCSF
The genre-bending Rova Saxophone Quartet returns to JCCSF's Kanbar Hall for this exciting work that integrates audio and visual composition with live improvisation. Inspired by José Guadalupe Posada's Calaveras engravings, Grand Electric Skull is a multimedia collaboration with composer Gino Robair and video artist and electronic wizard Ikue Mori. The Rova Saxophone Quartet has its roots in post-bop, free jazz, avant-rock and twentieth century new music and draws inspiration from the traditional and popular styles of Africa, Europe and the U.S.
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The last date listed for Rova Saxophone Quartet: Grand Electric Skull was Friday, Jun. 7, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Jewish Community Center of San Francisco -- Kanbar Hall
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