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EAR 21 Fall, 1974 Ed. Beth Anderson & Charles Shere, Oakland CA

THE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY MUSIC free concert series

SAT 9 NOV DANIEL SOFAR. landscapes, textures, songs' plus a cameo appearance by Point Blank Silence.

SAT 16 NOV honest and real music. CRAIG HAZEN. "Second Skin 2, Twice Removed", live improvisations and originally redundant modifications of excerpts from Second Skin, a novel by John Hawkes.

PAUL DRESHER. "Music for Two Glass Instruments and Synthesizer", two homemade glass percussion instruments electronically manipulated for liquid and stellar purposes.

JIM GUZZETTA. Zion, Spring Mix--West Rim Canyon.

E. JEDIDIAH DENMAN. The Grate Amurkin Moovee Fylms presents "Water Music II".

WED 20 NOV RICH GOLD. The C. Goldograph, a writing and speaking performance, beginning at 7 AM in the concert hall foyer and progressing throughout the day, culminating in the ensemble room around 11 PM.

SAT 23 NOV time and space amplified. a new work by JIM GUZZETTA. a live performance piece by BRUCE HALE.

PEG AHRENS. the first extension of I Love You Dylan Thomas, If But Vicariously.

TUE 3 DEC CARLA BLANK and SUZUSHI HANAYAGI. The Lost State of Franklin, a bicentennial mystery, a dance drama involving action, film, and shadow play

SAT 14 DEC T. R. UTHCO dramatizes a phenomenon which is structured on a foundation of process, concept, and illusion--creating a synthesis between prepared media and live performance.

except where noted, concerts are at 8 PM in the Concert hall.

MILLS COLLEGE MacArthur Blvd. & Seminary Ave. Oakland, California phone 635-7620 p.3


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