Don't miss Out On A Clef's shows in Sept.
- Out On a Clef is happy to kick off the new season with some great shows.
Okay... you had the summer to detox from us. Now you need your dose of
more satire, deranged lyrics, and sick & twisted fun from your favorite
lesbian a cappella vocal quartet. There are even opportunities for you to
participate with us. Below are 3 terrific events for September. Mark your
calendars. See you soon.
We are excited to join in "BUILDING A WORLD TOGETHER" in concert with our
hosts, the Oakland East Bay Men's Chorus' Second Anniversary Pride Concert.
Saturday, September 8th, 8:00 pm
First Congregational Church
2501 Harrison St. at 27th St.
Parking and disabled access behind the church
Donation: $ 12 advance: by web at www.oebgmc.org; by mail or phone by
calling 510-239-2239 x2576; in person at Mama Bears Bookstore, 6536
Telegraph Ave., Oak.
$ 15 at door
Oakland East Bay Men's Chorus
Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco
Opus Q - East Bay Men's Chorale
Silicon Valley Gay Men's Chorus
Out On a Clef
An evening full of vocal exuberance which will benefit the Center for AIDS
Services, Lighthouse Community Center, Pacific Center for Human Growth,
Rainbow Community Center.
WOMEN'S TALENT NIGHT season is coming again to the Montclair Women's
Cultural Arts Club, the Third Thursday of each month, beginning in
September. Always fun, always different, the evening is open for you to
share your talents and/or excellent audience skills, and meet lots of great
Out On a Clef will kick if off as the September hosts, regaling you with a
few de-ranged tunes. We'll be joined by special guest Mariah Larkin,
singer songwriter, who plays an awesome guitar. As always, you will be
welcomed at the door by Club Stage Manager and dyke extraordinaire Retts
Scauzillo, who will share the rotated monthly hosting with us and comic
favorite Monica Grant.
Thursday, Sept. 20th, 7:00 to sign up as a performer, 7:30 for raucous
Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club, 7:30 pm, 1650 Mountain Blvd., corner of
Thornhill in the Montclair District of Oakland, take the Thornhill exit off
Hwy # 13, one block east of the freeway. Info. 339-1832.
The scene: A comfortable, intimate living room setting in the salon.
Works in progress or polished acts are welcome, musicians, poets, story
telling or any other creative display you'd like to share. No mic, but
outlets are available if you need to bring small electrical assistance.
This last sentence always bring lots of interesting questions. A piano is
available. This event is for women only.
September 28th we join a talented group of women at ROSE STREET HOUSE OF
MUSIC, Letting Our Voices Be Heard
1839 Rose Street
Berkeley, near corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Way
(510) 594-4000 ext MUS
suggested donation: $8-20, $5-7 low income
scent free for accessibility
This concert is a benefit for a small sound system for Rose Street House
and will feature:
Out on a Clef
Beth Waters and Adrianne (both on the Wildfire compilation CD)
Rose Street is an entirely volunteer run house concert venue, workshop
space, and grassroots musical community featuring women singer/songwriters.
Info/location (510) 594-4000 ext. MUS. www.rosestreetmusic.com