CLASSICAL REVOLUTION Presents Cello Night at the Poppy: From Baroque to Beatbox

This evening’s performance—featuring top members of the Bay Area cello community, including Shain Carrasco, Moses Sedler, Cello Joe, and others—explores music from the 18th through the 21st century.

More than an ensemble, more than a presenting organization, Classical Revolution is a global phenomenon, revolutionizing the way live classical music is programmed and heard. The idea which took shape in November of 2006 at Revolution Café in San Francisco’s Mission District is now represented in more than a dozen cities on three continents. (In the Bay Area alone, they present an average of 15-20 performance events each month.) Residencies are held at Revolution Café, SoCha Café, Amnesia, Caffe Divino (Sausalito), Bazaar Café, and Musical Offering Café (Berkeley). Classical Revolution has been featured in publications including San Francisco Classical Voice, SF Weekly, SF Chronicle, Sunset Magazine, SOMA Magazine, Strings Magazine, and The New York Times.

$6 – $15 admission. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Show at 7:00 pm.

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