UPCOMING PERFORMANCES & EVENTS

 

TUESDAY, JULY 28, 2015
8:30pm live set, 9:15 interview


KFJC 89.7 FM
listen live online at: http://kfjc.org/netcast/index.php

Live on-air performance in the pit by Cheryl E. Leonard, followed by an interview.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2015
7:30pm Q&A, 8:15pm show, $12 student/senior, $15 general, $50 festival pass


Community Music Center
544 Capp Street (at 20th Street)
San Francisco, CA
94110

The Outsound New Music Summit

Performances by Machine Shop (Karen Stackpole and Die Elektrischen) and Cheryl E. Leonard. Machine Shop is a gong and electronics duo. Leonard will perform music for natural-object instruments and field recordings that are inspired by extreme weather, including works with videos by Rebecca Haseltine, Oona Stern, and Genevieve Swifte.





SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 2015
8pm doors, 8:30pm show starts promptly, $10-20 sliding scale


Temescal Art Center
511 48th Street
Oakland, CA
94609

Luca Forcucci's Bodyscape and Thomas Carnacki

A midsummer evening of field recordings, movement, and incorrectly manipulated objects featuring Bodyscape (Luca Forcucci with Cheryl E. Leonard and dancer Crystal Sepúlveda) and Bay Area-based purveyor of subtle disquiet Thomas Carnacki.

 




TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2015
8pm, 8:30pm show starts promptly, $15 general, free for members of The Lab


The Lab
2948 16th Street
San Francisco, CA
94103

Luca Forcucci's Bodyscape

Bodyscape is a composition and peformance by Luca Forcucci exploring the body as a soundscape. Microphones and sensors collect and measure data generated by a dancer's touch, spatial perception, and biofeedback. The piece will evolve during it's three-day installation at the Lab, where it is performed by Forcucci with musician Cheryl E. Leonard and dancer Crystal Sepúlveda.

 

SEPTEMBER 22 - OCTOBER 3, 2015
Opening reception and musical performance Tuesday, Sept 22


School of Art Foyer Gallery
Australian National University
Canberra, ACT, Australia


Works by Genevieve Swifte and Cheryl E. Leonard

An exhibition of collaborative artworks that combine photography, drawing, sculpture, sound, and musical instrument design. More info coming soon!

 
 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2015
8pm, $10-15


Center for New Music
55 Taylor Street (between Golden Gate and Turk)
San Francisco, CA
94102

18th Annual Music for People and Thingamajigs Festival

Cheryl E. Leonard, Bart Hopkin, and Tom Nunn perform works on their unique invented instruments. Leonard will present music that is inspired by Arctic environments and explores tensions between the human world and the natural world.

 

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