Upcoming Events: Bay Gourmet
The Crossroads of Food and Rock 'n' RollDate: Wed, August 26, 2015
Time: 7:00 PM
Our city’s food and music scenes
John Paluke, Owner, Comal
Ken Friedman, Co-Owner, Tosca Café, The Spotted Pig, The Breslin Bar & Dining Room, The John Dory Oyster Bar, Salvation Taco
Dave McLean, Found & Brew Master, Magnolia Brewing Company
Dan Stone, Founder & Editor in Chief, Radio Silence – Moderator
This program is part of the 2015 Platforum series Music Matters, sponsored by Ernst & Young and the John and Marcia Goldman Foundation.
In recent years, the confluence of food and music has become more apparent with festivals like Outside Lands and restaurants that double as concert venues. Both industries seem to overlap and intertwine as longtime music industry vets are leaving their careers to open restaurants, and people who are passionate about food and music are finding ways to incorporate the two. In this panel discussion, moderated by Dan Stone, you’ll hear perspectives from several Bay Area luminaries who’ve helped shape our city’s food and music scenes.
Music From The Inside Out: Film and Q&ADate: Thu, August 27, 2015
Time: 6:45 PM
Special insight into musicians’ creative energies.
Cyrus Ginwala, Music Director, San Francisco State University
This program is part of the 2015 Platforum series Music Matters, sponsored by Ernst & Young and the John and Marcia Goldman Foundation
Late filmmaker Daniel Anker won an Oscar nomination and Emmy for the 2001 film Scottsboro: An American Tragedy. Anker’s most personal film is his engaging documentary, Music from the Inside Out, released in 2004, about the Philadelphia Orchestra. Because Anker was a lifelong musician himself, his film offers special insight into musicians’ lives and their creative energies and illuminates further why music matters. The San Francisco Chronicle termed it, “Unforgettable! Beautiful and utterly entrancing!” and the Raleigh Observer found it “lifts the veil that separates musicians from their audiences.”
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see it on the big screen at Oakland’s New Parkway Theater, followed by a Q&A led by Cyrus Ginwala, music director at San Francisco State University, and including local orchestra musicians.