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Red Poppy Art House: MAPP (Mission Arts Performance Project)

August 6 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Admission: FREE ($5 Donation is appreciated)
Donate at:
Paypal: donations@redpoppyarthouse.org
Website: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/NjcwOQ==
First come, first served. Limited capacity inside.
Please note: We are requiring proof of full vaccination and a photo ID at the door. Face coverings are required inside AT ALL TIME.
You can also enjoy our store front gathering space.
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ABOUT MAPP:
Launched in 2003, the MAPP Mission Arts Performance Project is a homegrown bi-monthly, multidisciplinary, intercultural happening that takes place in the Mission District of San Francisco. On the first Saturday of every even month of the year, the MAPP transforms ordinary spaces, such as private garages, gardens, living rooms, studios, street corners, and small businesses into pop-up performance and exhibition sites for a day/night of intimate-scale artistic and cultural exchange among a kaleidoscope of individuals and communities.
This program is funded by California Arts Council Impact Project Grant.
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RED POPPY MAPP TEAM:
Curator | Artistic Director | Managing director: Dina Zarif
PR and Digital Marketing: Jennie D. Legary
Audio support: Andrew Scott
CURRENT WALL INSTALLATION:
Mini-ILLUSION BY Adrian Arias
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PROGRAM:

7:00 – 7:55 pm
“Trust”, an album by Angelo Tomandl
Psychedelic Peruvian Rock blends with a jazzy and bluesy feel!
Angelo Tomandl – harmonica, vocals, guitar
Matt Davis – guitar
Dalyte Kodzis – Operatic Soprano

8:00 – 8:55 pm
“Classical Revolution”
Chamber Music for the People
Anthony Blea – violin
Charith Premawardhana – violin
Scot Moore – viola
Sung Choi – cello

9:00 – 10 pm
“Cabin 19” Trio
World & Balkan Music & more
Asaf Ophir – clarinet
Balder ten Cate – cimbalom
Zina Pozen – accordion
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ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
“Trust”, an album by Angelo Tomandl
Angelo will perform pieces from his album “Trust” along with guitarist Matt Davis and special guest Dalyte Kodzis Polish operatic Soprano.
Angelo Tomandl is not only one of the best harmonica players in the San Francisco Bay Area but also is an artist with no borders. He has taken the harmonica to multiple musical journeys with different projects as a session musician as well as a composer.
Angelo Just released his very first solo album that blends jazz, psychedelic jams, beautiful and soulful ballads as well as very high energy funk tunes.
Angelo always brings new artists to every show so every event is different, memorable and special, and tonight Angelo is bringing you one of the most proficient bay area guitarists Matt Davis.
Matt Daviswith is a guitarist with roots in Columbus, Ohio and Atlanta Georgia. A year ago Matt reinvented his style to play slide and he now emulates the vocal style of Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey with a touch of classic blues slide guitar.
Dalyte Kodzis is a Polish operatic Mezzo-Soprano based in San Francisco. She is a world music treasure and she introduces opera for new audiences with a fresh color and lively performances. She is passionate about music and she is an artist with no borders and open arms to the arts and creativity.

“Classical Revolution”
Classical Revolution was founded in the fall of 2006 with the goal of making classical chamber more relevant in our neighborhoods and communities.
After a successful first year of weekly shows at Revolution Cafe in San Francisco’s Mission District, the organization began to receive invitations to perform at other local venues including Amnesia and the Red Poppy Art House – soon to be followed by the Legion of Honor and de Young Museum, and then places like Yoshi’s SF and Herbst Theater.
In its 10th anniversary year, Classical Revolution undertook a cycle of Beethoven’s 9 Symphonies, performed at venues around San Francisco including Folsom Street Foundry, de Young Museum, Fort Mason’s Cowell Theater, and a performance of the 9th Symphony at Grace Cathedral in front of a 1000 person audience.

“Cabin 19” Trio
Cabin 19 began with three Balkan Camp enthusiasts during the pandemic, performing online concerts from redwood cabins and scenic rooftops. After a few hit shows and gaining a reputation that no one was really expecting, the three have found themselves performing together at live venues. All the more fun! Come and join us for a hafla, a fiesta, and a vechirka, all rolled into one.

Details

Date:
August 6
Time:
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Venue

Red Poppy Art House
2698 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA 94110 United States
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Phone:
(650) 731-5383
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