Arts in Conversation: Son Lux (Ryan Lott) & Magik*Magik Orchestra Performance, Q&A Monday in SF

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Minna Choi photo by Sam Heller //

Arts In Conversation with Ryan Lott of SON LUX & Magik*Magik String Quartet //
The Verdi Club — San Francisco
March 3rd, 2014, 8PM (Monday) //

The Son Lux performance with San Fermin at The Chapel March 4th may be sold out, but a treat of equal or greater value is in store for fans of Ryan Lott of Son Lux and the Magik*Magik Orchestra Monday, March 3rd in SF.

The event will consist of a performance by Son Lux, a short performance by Magik*Magik String Quartet performing his original compositions, and a 45-min on-stage interview with Ryan Lott conducted by Minna Choi, the music director of M*M, about his creative work, process and life.

Last month we were blown away by Magic*Magic’s 5-year anniversary gala at Fox Theater Oakland, and Son Lux’s 2013 record Lanterns is a breathtaking exercise in contemporary genre-amalgamation. Ryan Lott also has a booming side project with Sufjan Stevens called Sisyphus (formerly s/s/s) that’s obviously worth checking out.

Presented by City Church San Francisco (let’s note that this is not a religious event), this is a showcase for those interested in how artists think, create and draw inspiration. There will be a cash bar available. Doors are at 7:30pm and the Show will be at 8pm. It will be at the Verdi Club at 2424 Mariposa.

There is much to glean from this combination of today’s indie-elite. Audience members will have a chance to ask a question to Ryan, so get those question concepts cooking! This behind-the-scenes intimate event will only have a capacity of 100 people, so be sure to get on this while you can!

Monday, March 3rd at 8pm at the Verdi Club in SF
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Poster designed by Steven Starfas on behalf of official presenter: City Church San Francisco.

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