SF Live Arts at St. Cyprian's



SF Live Arts
at Cyprian’s

formerly the
Noe Valley Music Series

2097 Turk Street
San Francisco 94115

Tel 415.454.5238

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  • Upcoming Events

    2016 - Our 35th Anniversary!

    Fight the election blues with great music!




    Saturday, December 3 8:00pm

    $20 door / $16 advance


    We’re proud to present two of the Bay Area’s most creative, premier, cutting-edge ensembles; featuring the four blazing saxophones of ROVA and the mind-blowing, avant-garde, extended electric guitar wizardry of Fred Frith and his power trio, -in a special album-release concert!
    Rova and Fred Frith have collaborated numerous times since their first meet-up in Berkeley, October, 1979. Local performances, European concerts, Electric Ascension, and a major recording project in the 1990’s have all deepened their shared experience in this realm of creativity. This upcoming show will feature each group on its own for short sets, and then a culminating mashup that we’re all thrilled with. Fred’s trio is on fire, and Rova’s cooking up new information for the date. Not to be missed! The evening features the newest of Fred's trios, with bassist Jason Hoopes and drummer Jordan Glenn, celebrating the trio's 2016 trio release on Intakt.


    Doors open 25 minutes before the concert.



    Coming up…

    Ramblin' Jack Elliott, David Jacobs-Strain, Kitka, Maria Muldaur, Cascada de Flores & More!


    About SF Live Arts

    Presented by Larry Kassin since 1981, SF Live Arts at Cyprian’s has earned a reputation as one of the most diverse and innovative music/performance series in the Bay Area. See the archive of past events….

    Located at St. Cyprian’s Church, the series has garnered praise for its programming of nationally and internationally known musicians (many who’ve won Grammys, Guggenheim Fellowships and other awards) and Bay Area performers of the highest quality.

    In the News…

    Noe Valley series' new home has familiar vibe

    Jesse Hamlin, San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, February 6, 2011

    The Music Man

    Andrew Gilbert, San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, January 8, 2006