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earthwise Productions

 
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earthwise productions live

 

Based out of Palo Alto, California, Earthwise Productions has produced concerts since the 1990’s. mark Weiss, Earthwise founder, has introduced and followed the careers of Independent Musicians and bands including: Charlie Hunter, Beth Custer, Cake, Archers of loaf, superchunk, jerry hannan, stanley jordan, mother hips, the donnas and matt nathanson among others.

Earthwise Production Live 2018/ 2019 Season:

2018/october premiered with New York’s Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom

2019/MARch Scott Amendola vs Jeff Parker vs Skerik jazz

2019/JUNe Beth Custer with Juxtapositions Chamber Ensemble & Jim Kassis featured a new chamber work- Drawdown, Solutions for Climate Change

2019/ june jane Monheit, jazz vocalist sang the best of jazz from Duke ellington, ella fitzgerald, sergio Mendes & jao Gilberto

2019/ july featuring BLUES legends Bob margolin & Jimmy Vivino: Just Two Guitars and Two Hundred Stories with MITCH WOODS ON PIANO

 

 

 
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Earthwise productions ends the summer with:

Dayna Stephens Quartet

August 18 / Sunday afternoon 2P

Mitchell park community center

El Palo Alto Room

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A top jazz combo from Patterson, New Jersey with roots in the San Francisco Bay Area, this will be a hot summer afternoon to remember. Join us at the El Palo Alto Room .

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earthwise productions live opens its

New season 2019-20 with:

john santos Sextet

September 13 / Friday 8p

mitchell park community center

el palo alto room

John Santos  is one of the foremost percussionist in the world. He played Earthwise Productions at Cubberly in 1998 as a member of “Charlie Hunter’s Pound for Pound”. He teaches at College of San Mateo and has recorded fifteen CD/albums. This performance includes: Charlie Gurke on sax, Melecio Magdaluyo on sax, Marco Diaz on piano, David Flores on drums.   For tickets click here for      Eventbrite!

John Santos is one of the foremost percussionist in the world. He played Earthwise Productions at Cubberly in 1998 as a member of “Charlie Hunter’s Pound for Pound”. He teaches at College of San Mateo and has recorded fifteen CD/albums. This performance includes: Charlie Gurke on sax, Melecio Magdaluyo on sax, Marco Diaz on piano, David Flores on drums.

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SUN KIL MOON

September 27 / Friday 8p

MITCHELL PARK COMMUNITY CENTER / EL PALO ALTO ROOM

Sun Kil Moon, since 2002 the creative and indie folk rock vehicle for Mark Kozelek of Red House Painters note, performs a rare Palo Alto appearance. It or they are celebrating the release of "I Also Want To Die in New Orleans" their upteenth recording.

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AMENDOLA, DUNN, GREENLIEF

October 11 / Friday 8p

MITCHELL PARK COMMUNITY CENTER / EL PALO ALTO ROOM

Creative jazz improvisers and composers Scott Amendola, drums; Trevor Dunn, bass; Philip Greenlief perform Mitchell Park Center’s El Palo Alto Room. Pianist Motoko Hondos opens.

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TOM HARRELL QUARTET

October 24 / Friday 8p

PALO ALTO ART CENTER AUDITORIUM

1313 NEWELL DRIVE PALO ALTO, CA

The quartet of jazz master trumpet player and composer Tom Harrell. A native of Los Altos and Stanford graduate, Tom Harrell performs worldwide at historic venues such as Village Vanguard.

At Palo Alto Art Center Auditorium, 1313 Newell Road

This is in a series of events of jazz concerts dating back to 1995 and comprising more than 50 similar previous shows, at venues such as Cubberley Center, Mitchell Park, Palo Alto Art Center, Crowne Plaza Cabana, Stanford CoHo, Palo Alto City Hall, The New Varsity and Terman Middle School. Organizer Mark Weiss also presented a paper on the history of jazz in Palo Alto to the Palo Alto Historical Association.

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