The Museum of Performance + Design will join Third Thursday in Yerba Buena on June 15, 5:30 – 9:00pm with SFMUSE:music, a FREE outreach party celebrating San Francisco music history and the legacy of key San Francisco artists, critics, and institutions. MP+D will open its doors to the community at large with a program of live music, talks, and DJing featuring a remix of sound files from the MP+D collection. SFMUSE:music is presented in partnership with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, SFJAZZ, and SF Classical Voice.
Speakers: David Conte, SFCM/Conrad Susa trust; Randall Kline, SFJAZZ; Mary Commanday, Robert Commanday's spouse
DJ remix: Dereck Phillips and Irwin Swirnoff
SFMUSE:music marks the culmination of Preserving San Francisco's 20th c. Musical Landscape, a year-long NEA-sponsored processing and digitization project that makes available to the public 234 linear feet of materials through our free reference library and a selection of these materials through a new free online exhibit. The materials include the papers of American composer CONRAD SUSA; Standard Hour Program Manager ADRIAN MICHAELIS; San Francisco Chronicle music critic ROBERT COMMANDAY and San Francisco Examiner jazz critic PHIL ELWOOD; and FANTASY RECORDS’s publicity files.
[ALL OVER SOUND] SFMUSE:music
Thursday June 15, 2017
Live music & Talks 5:30PM | DJ Remix 7:30PM
Museum of Performance + Design
893B Folsom Street, San Francisco
FREE and open to the public
$5 suggested donation for the DJ Remix
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