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Nevada City Live! presents Cure-All Records Showcase with Flounder & Tumble

Nevada Theater, 401 Broad St., Nevada City

Paul Emery's Nevada City Live! series, in conjunction with the Sierra Jazz Society and Cure-All Records, presents a night of music featuring Tumble and Flounder. This gig at the historic Nevada Theatre will be abiding by Nevada County Public Health requirements for all shows. Proof of vaccination or current negative Covid test required for entry.

$30 premium reserved; $20 general admission

The Return of Flounder! CD release and more...

Wild Eye Pub, 535 Mill St., Grass Valley

Out of hibernation and celebrating the brand new release of "I'm the Flounder" on Cure-All Records, Flounder brings their unique original compositions and freewheeling grooves to the WildEye.

Two sets for a full evening of Flounder!

$10

Flounder presents "Space Age"

Wild Eye Pub, 535 Mill Street, Grass Valley, CA

Inspired by America’s Space Age, Flounder presents a program of original compositions that looks back at a time when people were looking forward. David Dvorin: guitar, modular synthesizer, Randy McKean: tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet, Cliff Childers: bass trumpet, trombone, euphonium, Tim Bulkley: drums

Flounder presents "Space Age"

Rendon Hall/Fiddler Annex @ California Jazz Conservatory, 2040 Addison St, Berkeley, CA

Inspired by America’s Space Age, Flounder presents a program of original compositions that looks back at a time when people were looking forward. David Dvorin: guitar, modular synthesizer, Randy McKean: tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet, Cliff Childers: bass trumpet, trombone, euphonium, Tim Bulkley: drums

$10-$20

Flounder presents "Space Age"

Zingg Recital Hall, Chico State, 400 W 1st St, Chico, CA

Inspired by America’s Space Age, Flounder presents a program of original compositions that looks back at a time when people were looking forward. David Dvorin: guitar, modular synthesizer, Randy McKean: tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet, Cliff Childers: bass trumpet, trombone, euphonium, Tim Bulkley: drums

FREE

Works for Solo Guitar w/ Gregg Belisle-Chi's "Book of Hours"

Tender Loving Coffee, 365 E Sixth St, Chico, CA

$7 adv/$12 @ door

Works for Solo Guitar preview

KZFR Radio

FLOUNDER @ Luna's

Luna's Cafe, 1414 16th, Sacramento, CA

$10 Sliding Scale

Terry Riley w/ Chico State New-Music Ensemble performs "In C"

CSUC New Music Symposium, Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall, Chico

Rehearsing Terry Riley's in C in preparation for the composer's visit.

Sundays at Two: Chico Composers

Zingg Recital Hall, CSU, Chico

Celebrate with the faculty performers the composers that are now, and have been, in residence at Chico State. Featuring the music of Alfred Loeffler, Ray Barker, David Colson, Russell Burnham, David Dvorin, Tobin Roye, and others.

FREE

Founder @ Make-Out

Make-Out Room, 3225 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA

FREE

Unity in Motion

Harlan Adams Concert Hall, CSU Chico, Chico, CA

Improvisatory dance and music

Blues Is...?

Zingg Recital Hall, CSU Chico, 400 West First St., Chico, CA

FREE

Blues Is...? Preview and Interview

KZFR Radio

The Hanging of Pinocchio and Other Strange Arrangements

Zingg Recital Hall, CSU Chico, 400 West First Street, Chico, CA

The Department of Music and Theatre presents the premiere of The Hanging Of Pinocchio, a new musical work composed by Music and Theatre faculty member David Dvorin. Inspired by the original telling of Carlos Collodi’s 19th century masterpiece of children’s fiction, the work is a rumination on the perplexity of boyhood behavior and societal expectations. Joining David on guitar and electronics will be a top-notch ensemble of instrumental soloists from around Northern California, including Matej Seda (violin), Randy McKean (clarinets), and Clifford Childers (trombone/bass trumpet/harmonica). 

FREE

Feb5

The Hanging of Pinocchio and Other Strange Arrangements - preview

KZFR Radio, Chico, CA

Jan10

Decomposition Night 2

Naked Lounge, 118 W 2nd St, Chico, CA

Set of solo guitar compositions as part of Uncle Dad's series presenting an entirely different lineup of visual, auditory, and performance art based on the concept of Decomposition as it relates to art, science, and culture.

$10 adv // $15 door // $25 pass for all 3 remaining shows

Sep17

North State Symphony Guild Fundraiser

Wine Time, 26 Lost Dutchman D, Chico, CA

Invite ONLY

Oct9

Dust Bowl Mix

Zingg Recital Hall, CSU Chico, 400 West First Street, Chico, CA

Pull-String Duo will premiere Dust Bowl Mix, a new work composed by David Dvorin for acoustic guitar, banjo, violin and electronics. Inspired by and created from the historic Library of Congress audio recordings which document the personal lives of Dust Bowl migrants in California, the piece explores themes of hope, work, family, and disillusionment drawing upon the aesthetic and music of the “dirty thirties”.

FREE

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