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Published on Oct 1, 2013
The 6th International Body Music Festival www.internationalbodymusicfestival.com
November 5-10, 2013 San Francisco Bay Area, California
Featuring outstanding traditional and contemporary Body Music Artists from Brazil, Indonesia, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Canada and across the US. Bigger than ever, with workshops, concerts, educational outreach, dance parties and more.
The 2013 IBMF Features:
WORLD PREMIER of BODY TJAK 13 New collaboration between Oakland's Corposonic, Brazil's Barbatuques and Bali's Cudamani
OPENING the Festival, a FREE outdoor performance of Bandaloop vertical dance + BODY MUSIC ORCHESTRA featuring Body Tjak 13 and other festival artists, Downtown Oakland.
THE HAMBONE SUMMIT educational outreach in-school, community events & family shows. Book it in your school!
FOUR DAYS all in Downtown Oakland. Easy walk to workshops, delicious food, evening concerts, jams and other events.
TWO NIGHTS at the new SFJAZZ Center, San Francisco
TWO FAMILY MATINEES at the SFJAZZ Center, San Francisco and Freight & Salvage, Berkeley
All Events Near Public Transportation
THE ONLY FESTIVAL OF ITS KIND! NOT TO BE MISSED!
The International Body Music Festival is supported in part by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Oakland Cultural Fund, Walter and Elise Haas Foundation, East Bay Community Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Fleishhacker Foundation, Bill Graham Supporting Foundation of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund, Westaf's TourWest, California Arts Council, W.A. Gerbode Foundation, Clorox Company Foundation, Alliance for California Traditional Arts, in partnership with the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, The James Irvine Foundation, and the Surdna Foundation, and individual donors.
Crosspulse is an Oakland, CA-based non-profit arts organization dedicated to the creation, performing, education and recording of cross-cultural rhythmic arts.