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Box Office:
Open Daily 12:00pm

Restaurant:
Monday Closed

Tuesday - Thursday
5:30pm to 8:30pm

Friday & Saturday
5:30pm-9:30pm

Sunday
5:00pm-8:30pm

Bar/Lounge:
Tuesday - Sunday
Open 5:00pm


Yoshi's San Francisco
1330 Fillmore Street
SF, CA 94115
Phone: 415.655.5600







Jazz Club
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John Zorn: Bay Area Connection
FRED FRITH, MIKE PATTON, JOHN ZORN trio

August 26, 2010


Click HERE to read a preview of the shows in the San Jose Mercury News

Thursday August 26
8PM:  TERRY RILEY / JOHN ZORN duo  
     
10PM:  FRED FRITH, MIKE PATTON, JOHN ZORN trio

Friday August 27

8PM:  ALHAMBRA LOVE SONGS   with Rob Burger  piano , Trevor Dunn  bass,   Kenny Wollesen drums,

10PM:  ALEPH TRIO plays for Wallace Berman... with John Zorn sax , Trevor Dunn   bass,   Kenny Wollesen drums and films by Wallace Berman   INTRODUCED BY TOSH BERMAN

Saturday August 28

8PM:  JOHN ZORN with the ROVA SAX QUARTET— game pieces and improvisations
10PM: COBRA 

fred frith guitar
trey spruance guitar
scott amendola drums
kenny wollesen drums
william winant perc  
rob burger piano
dave slusser keys
mike patton vox, electronics
chris brown  electronics
david rosenboom electronics
timb harris violin
joan jeanrenaud cello
mark dresser   bass
trevor dunn  bass
john zorn prompter

Thursday
8pm $25
10pm $32

Friday
8pm $28
10pm $25

Saturday
8pm $30
10pm $35


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Native New Yorker and enfant terrible John Zorn has had very deep ties with San Francisco since his first visit here in 1974. His yearly visits have deepened his connection with local musicians and venues and many of his closest collaborators still live right here in the Bay Area. This special three night series showcases him performing with many of San Francisco's best musicians in improvisational units, and includes the world premiere performance of his popular tribute to the Bay area ALHAMBRA LOVE SONGS, his first ever duo concert with California's Guru extraordinaire Terry Riley and of course his legendary game piece COBRA, featuring an all-star Bay Area lineup.