Join us on Saturday, March 28 at 8pm for an evening of song, story and musical improvisation, with compositions by Lisa Sangita Moskow, who plays the electric sarod and sings, and Paul Eastburn, who plays fretless bass, violin, and mandolin.
Sangita’s songs are inspired by world and inner travels and include an array of mythological and cultural deities. Paul evokes the spirit of the material with his masterful and creative multi-instrumentalization.
Lisa Sangita Moskow has gained international recognition for her innovative work with the electric lute. She studied classical North Indian music eighteen years with the renowned maestro Ali Akbar Khan and others. She has performed extensively throughout Europe, Mexico, and the U.S.
Using her years of classical training on the sarod as a foundation, Sangita takes the Indian lute into original byways of her musical imagination, constantly inventing new contexts for the unique sliding, bending, droning tones that sing from her instrument.
– Derk Richardson, SF Bay Guardian
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Paul Eastburn‘s extraordinary talents are expressed in various genres and styles of music. He is one of the most In-demand musicians in the Bay Area. He has also distinguished himself as an educator in a number of schools.
Saturday March 28th 2015, 7:30 pm doors, 8 pm music, until 10pm.
The Emerald Tablet, 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA 94133 (
$15-20 suggested donation, sliding scale. Nobody turned away for lack of funds.
Refreshments available. Door donations go to the musicians!