Electric Squeezebox Orchestra with special guest Avotcja

Electric Squeezebox Orchestra

The Electric Squeezebox Orchestra is a 17 piece big band based in San Francisco that plays music composed and arranged by its members. Led by trumpeter Erik Jekabson, the band currently consists of Erik, Henry Hung, Darren Johnston, Doug Morton and Dave Scott on trumpets, Rob Ewing, Danny Lubin-Laden, Patrick Malabuyo and Richard Lee on trombones, Sheldon Brown and Larry Delacruz on alto saxes, Mike Zilber and Marcus Stephens on tenor saxes, Charlie Gurke on baritone sax, and the rhythm section of Dan Zemelman, piano; Jordan Samuels, guitar; Tommy Folen, bass; and Hamir Atwal, Alan Hall and Eric Garland rotating on drums. However, you'll catch many of the Bay Area's top jazz musicians subbing into the band every week. The band's debut CD "Cheap Rent" is available on the OA2 record label.


VOTCJA & MODÚPUE Avotcja (pronounced Avacha)& Modúpue means gratitude in Yoruba)An award winning Jazz/Latin Jazz/Blues/Poetry group based in S.F. Bay Area

SF School of the Arts Jazz combo led by Melecio Magdaluyo

The Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts offers a highly creative alternative for students who seek in-depth study of the arts as part of their daily high school experience.

Students attend academic classes each morning on a rotating block schedule. In the afternoon, at least 2 to 3 hours daily are devoted to their art discipline, where they are taught and mentored by their Arts Directors and a corps of Artists-in-Residence from the broader arts community. In addition to fulfilling their academic responsibilities, students spend their time in rehearsals, studio time, outside lessons, training, showcases and performances.
With just over 650 students, Asawa SOTA is one of the smallest high schools in the district, and also one of the highest-achieving in standardized test scores and college admissions. The 4-Year Plan meets all University of California A through G requirements and an array of Honors and AP classes give students access to intellectually challenging coursework. The majority of SOTA graduates pursue higher education, most at traditional colleges and universities, and about ten percent at conservatories and art academies nationwide.

Asawa SOTA is a public high school located in Diamond Heights and shares a campus with the Academy of Arts and Sciences. Come and visit us at 555 Portola Drive at O'Shaughnessy, San Francisco CA 94131.


Tickets Available at the Door

Seating is limited and on a first come, first served basis.

$5 per ticket will be donated to help SF School of the Arts travel to Cubal

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