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Red Poppy Art House

2698 Folsom St., San Francisco, CA, 94110
(415) 826-2402

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Red Poppy Art House
2698 Folsom St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 826-2402
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Erik Jekabson
Erik Jekabson
Trumpeter/composer Erik Jekabson is a versatile performer with formidable jazz improvisation skills who has moved deftly between the worlds of creative improvisation, funk, and pop. A native of Berkeley, California, Jekabson played music from an early age, eventually settling on the trumpet at age ten....
Quijeremá is a fine-tuned Oakland based performing arts ensemble that is recreating the concept of mixtura in World Music. Their dynamic reinterpretation of Latin American music unearths and celebrates the importance of the African Diaspora in the Americas, merging traditional instruments and vocal poetry with jazz, classical and world idioms to create a unique musical experience....
Reviews & Comments
Mar 16, 2009 - jmounce
Velvet-free jazz!

We visited this venue to attempt to have a night of inexpensive, local jazz. Boy were we disappointed!

Firstly, the doorman was adamant that the 'minimum donation' be met even though the 3 of us were $2 short. I heard later from the manager that the term 'donation' is only a term they use because they are a non-profit when, in fact, they require payment.

Secondly, the jazz was probably the worst I had heard. It was off-beat and they restarted several times. The singer, whose voice was more breathy and less velvety, attempted to inprovise without a 'beat box' within which she could do so. The result of which was our exit after Act I.

There were constant interruptions of the music by angry 'spoken word' and promotions for the Art House.

All-in-all, not a good venue. I'd stay away.

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