Thursday, September 3, 2015
Phillip Greenlief dinner/concert w/ marijuana pairings October 10, 2015
In the Mood for Food offers another fabulous evening of music, food, conversation, and fun!
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Location: to be announced to guests, loft in oakland
limited space for 20
for more information or to register, firstname.lastname@example.org
A unique version of our 10 year dinner/concert tradtion! Saxophone player, Phillip Greenlief will be performing solo. Phil and Cori will be in the kitchen, as usual, and a very special guest will be medical marijuana grower and business person with their new Pre-rolled products.
The vaporizers and bongs will be flowing with 2 sative varieties: Dream Queen and Barry White and some Indica varieties will also be available. In addition, guests will be taking home some schwag from our guest farmers, Lucy's Pre Rolls,
Bhang, A traditional drink from Hindu culture made with fresh marijuana, hemp milk, hemp oil and banana.
Grilled pears, homemade cashew cheeses, sauteed radicchio, balsamic reduction. homemade sour dough rye
root vegetable cakes
smoked tempeh with pomegranate sauce
mustard greens, spinach and garlic
cucumber dill pickle
about the performer
Since his emergence on the west coast in the late 1970s, Evander Music founder and saxophonist Phillip Greenlief has achieved international critical acclaim for his recordings and performances with musicians and composers in the post-jazz continuum as well as new music innovators and virtuosic improvisers. He has performed and recorded with Fred Frith, Meredith Monk and They Might Be Giants; albums include THAT OVERT DESIRE OF OBJECT with Joelle Leandre, and ALL AT ONCE with FPR (Frank Gratkowski, Jon Raskin, Phillip Greenlief). Recent residencies have included Headlands Center for the Arts and from 2012 to 2014 he was the curator at Berkeley Arts, a home for progressive music. He is the recipient of a San Francisco Bay Guardian Goldie Award.
"The Bay Area's do-it-yourself ethos has produced a bevy of dazzlingly creative musicians, but few have put the philosophy to work as effectively as Phillip Greenlief." – Andrew Gilbert, San Francisco Chronicle