A Benefit Concert for The Marine Mammal Center
Join us on January 26th for a very special evening of folk music with Sonya Cotton, Kelly McFarling, and Mana Maddy, and for the premiere of a nature-based sound production by Rebecca Cross. Proceeds will benefit The Marine Mammal Center, located in the Marin Headlands, and its mission of education and conservation. Reserve your ticket now!
Location: Community Music Center, 544 Capp Street, San Francisco
Doors: 7:30pm; First act at 8pm.
Tickets: $15 (general); $10 (Students & Children); $5-$10 (Seniors)
NPR - Featured on The World Cafe Next 20 list: "The arresting music that accompanies her words evokes her reverence for life and beauty"
SF Gate: "Kelly McFarling plucks her banjo and sings sweet songs that taste like a chocolate milkshake..."
JamBase.com - "There's a big Caribbean voice inside that tiny white Canadian."
Singer-songwriter Rebecca Cross will be premiering an excerpt from a developing work that is synchronized and tuned to the natural percussion and melody found in the wilderness of Northern California. The piece incorporates falling drops of water in a 400,000 year old cave, the call of a western screech owl, coyotes and other musicians native to the area.
Community Music Center (View)
544 Capp Street Between 20th and 21st
San Francisco, CA 94110
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|Dog Friendly: No|
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