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Saturday, July 30th, 2016

Poets & Composers Salon

7:30pm doors open - show 8-10pm

Sunset District
San Francisco California
Price: $10-15 suggested donation.

Summer can be about traveling externally, but it can also be about traveling internally. Join us for a night of exploration of sound, words, connections, joy, laughter, munchies & libations.

The evening begins with the wondrous acoustic creations of Nolan Love & Jeremy (https://www.facebook.com/nolanlove?fref=ts), followed by the blues sounds of Karen Soo Hoo (http://www.reverbnation.com/karensoohoo). Phoenix Rising and COPUS always promise to deliver beauty and strength. http://www.phoenixrisingmusic.net - http://www.copusmusic.com 'Hostess with the mostest' MC Ne (aka Cynthia Perez) will be on hand to greet you with a smile.

After the successful food stylings that Raine Bow created for our last Salon, she will be returning to delight your tastebuds with more delectables. Wine, tea, and water available, but you are also welcome to BYOB.

2 blocks to L Taraval line or neighborhood street parking in the 'deep Sunset'. RSVP for street address.

$10 donation requested. Doors open @ 7:30pm; show starts @ 8pm. See you then!

Thursday, August 25th, 2016

Little Gem Saloon

6:00pm

New Orleans Louisiana

COPUS will be performing at several jazz venues from August 25-28 as part of the Cutting Edge NOLA event. 


Friday, August 26th, 2016

Kimbrough's Prime Jazz

midnight

New Orleans Louisiana

COPUS will be performing at jazz clubs in New Orleans as part of the Cutting Edge Festival & Conference.


Sunday, September 11th, 2016

Slippery Rock University

4:00 pm

Slippery Rock Pennsylvania
Price: TBA

Wendy Loomis composition "Poem for Innocence" will be performed at this concert directed by Kathy Melago.  "Poem" is for flute choir (flutes arranged by Monica Williams), piano, percussion and spoken word.  It centers around the concept of innocence on the day before major disastrous human-destructive days, i.e., September 10, 2001.  


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