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Filipina-American Musician Jaclyn Rose: Introducing the Rose Movement – Sunday, 1/15/12, Santa Monica

Jaclyn Rose

Jaclyn Rose is a Filipina-American Jazz/Funk/Soul Music Artist who also performed in Jazzmopolitan 2011: Filipina Ladies of Jazz. She is having a show titled “Introducing the Rose Movement” at the Trip Lounge in Santa Monica with no cover charge, where she will be selling her CDs for $5. Come support!

  • WHERE: Trip Lounge
    2101 Lincoln Blvd.
    Santa Monica, CA 90405
  • WHEN: Sunday 1/15/12, 8-9pm
  • HOW MUCH: FREE! (No cover charge)
  • MORE INFO: http://www.jaclynrose.com/

Jo Canion and Primo Kim at The Showroom SF – SF, 8/13/11

Jo Canion and Primo Kim

“SF Pinoy Jazz Festival 2010 headliners Jo Canion and Primo Kim are performing at a Benefit Fundraiser for the Festival at The Showroom SF on Saturday August 13th. Located at 1000 Van Ness, the former Cadillac showroom is now home to a beautiful new music venue and supper club. Music starts at 8PM. Tickets are $30. For tickets and information you can call: 510-346-5597.”

Mon David performs at Savanna Jazz in San Francisco – SF, 7/15/11-7/16/11

Mon David in SF

“Appearing at Savanna Jazz San Francisco on Friday/Saturday July 15th and 16th is award winning singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist MON DAVID. This performance is part of Pinoy Jazz Weekend 2 — and will feature guest vocalist Ann Marie Santos – and other special surprise guests! This is a rare Bay Area appearance for Mon – you don’t want to miss this! Music starts at 7PM.”

Asian American Orchestra – SF, 5/28/11

Asian American Orchestra

With India & Africa: A Tribute to John Coltrane, the 16-member ensemble Asian American Orchestra brings a unique multicultural vision to twelve compositions written by and/or associated with John Coltrane. For the last dozen years, percussionist-composer Anthony Brown’s innovative Asian American Orchestra has reinvented classics of American music by composers Ellington, Monk, Mingus, and Gershwin from a Pacific Rim perspective by mixing instruments of European and American vintage with those of various Asian cultures.

At this performance AAO will showcase North and South Indian instrumentalists and African percussion in new arrangements of classic Coltrane compositions including “Living Space,” “Olé,” “After the Rain,” “Liberia,” “Dahomey Dance,” and the extended works, “India” and “Africa.”