Lookout world! The Fourth International Body Music Festival is back in San Francisco! I have performed/taught/volunteered at every previous instance of the IBMF, and I can say with confidence that it is awesome. Please check the schedule of concerts & workshops that Founder & Festival Director Keith Terry has assembled this time around, he’s brought in top-notch artists from all over the world for your enjoyment and inspiration.

Then, when the International Body Music Festival ends, the fun continues

Sunday, November 6th, 6-8pm
Samavesha presents: 
One Mouth Band & Friends In Concert 
Award-winning 100% Organic Human Music, with special guests from IBMF. 
Numi Tea Garden – 2230 Livingston Street, Oakland
Free all-ages show
http://musicaljourneys.org/samrogers.html

Monday, November 7th, 6:45-8:45pm 
Rhythm In Action & JourneysInRhythm.com present: 
TaKeTiNa: Rhythm for Evolution
Learn to embody polyrhythm in this dynamic & meditative group rhythm process.
Led by James Word & Sam Rogers, both certified by founder Reinhard Flatischler. 
Cloud Nine – 1320 9th St, Berkeley
$30, half-off for IBMF4 patrons
http://www.meetup.com/TaKeTiNa-SF/events/26291941/

JUST ANNOUNCED!!!
Tuesday, November 8th, 7-9pm
Body of Sound with Fernando Barba (founder of Barbatuques)
Rare second chance to learn from a master of body music all the way from Brazil!
Cloud Nine – 1320 9th St, Berkeley
$25 suggested donation

Wednesday, November 9th, 6-7pm
The Breema Center presents:
Self-Breema for Musicians
Self tune-up movement practices for Body Music enthusiasts & other musicians.
Led by Jon Schreiber D.C., Chris Caswell, & Derek Wright
6076 Claremont Avenue, Oakland, CA
Free workshop
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=174196339332423

Wednesday, November 9th, 7-8:30pm
In association with the International Body Music Festival:
Keith Terry’s Rhythm Studio: Body Music (with TBA special guests from IBMF)
near MacArthur BART, email info@crosspulse.com for details
$25 suggested donation
http://www.crosspulse.com/calendar.html

For more information on any of the above, call/text 415-742-1785 or use the online calling feature below: