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Karnatik Jazz, Live Painting, and such things...

08 April 2007   |   Anil Madhavapeddy   |   tags:   |   all posts

Had a great evening out in San Francisco on Friday, when we visited the Red Poppy Art House on Folsom Street to check out a really unique Jazz experience.

The boys from VidyA recently took up an artist-in-residence position there, and performed their fusion of traditional Indian Karnatik music with modern Jazz pieces. They’ve been making some waves in the SF Jazz scene already it seems, and to top it all of, the owner of the art house did a live painting session during the performance. The audience passed out random bits of stuff, and he incorporated it into a piece done over the course of an evening. Talk about artistic overload!

Love the area as well; there’s a nice friendly coffee-house down the road (which is pretty much my only criteria, apart from not getting shot and such).

My school was never this cool.
My school was never this cool.
The area was a mix of Latino and African, it seemed
The area was a mix of Latino and African, it seemed
And in the Red Poppy Art House, eclectic art abounds
And in the Red Poppy Art House, eclectic art abounds
 
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