Guerrilla Opera 6: Sing The Wall Street Journal

In solidarity with #OccupyWallStreet, #OccupySanFrancisco, #OccupyOakland, and all other occupations, SF Guerrilla Opera invites you to sing with us in Union Square, San Francisco THIS Monday, October 17th.

Starting at 12 noon we will perform this score:

 

[begin score:]

 

 

Sing from The Wall Street Journal until you can’t sing anymore.

 

 

[end score]

 

As always, you are invited to sing however you’d like and for as long as you’d like. Not being able to sing anymore can mean anything from losing your voice to having to go to work to getting bored to…?

Although we will collectively perform in Union Square, we invite you to perform this score anywhere in San Francisco, the Bay Area, or elsewhere. If you do join us in Union Square, feel free to come whenever–we’ll sing for hours.

Please send video, audio, textual, and other documentation to tcomitta@gmail.com and we’ll consider posting it on our blog!

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Also, this Sunday, there’s an open-mic-style reading at #OccupyOakland. All are invited to read a favorite revolutionary poem (not your own, but someone else’s). Here are details:

 

Poetry of the People

12 noon Sunday

Oscar Grant Plaza (corner of 14th and Broadway)

Read revolutionary poetry from the radical traditions

Open to all

 

Maybe see you at one or both of these events!

Cheers,

SF Guerrilla Opera

 

 


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