Friday, August 19, 2016

FULL at the Berkeley Art Museum

On the night of each full moon, the Berkeley Art Museum hosts a music event in the galleries, often including a poetry reading and film projections.  August's evening, led by saxophonist Larry Ochs, featured structured improvisations inspired by the work of influential filmmakers.

Before the performance, viewers at the exhibition, "Berkeley Eye"

"Gambits" performing music based on a John Cassavetes film

The audience on the colorful, comfortable yellow seating

From a film of the hands of five symphony conductors, projected on a gallery wall


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