1959-1980

T. C. –  Performance Credits  –

Compositions by T. C. unless otherwise indicated
Asterisks indicate outstanding performances

1959 December 8 Las Vegas, Nevada Las Vegas High School Auditorium
First violinist, All School String Orchestra
Frank E. Iddings,
conductor

1960 May 13 Las Vegas, Nevada Rancho High School
Talent Assembly
Impromptu in A minor    “The Apology”

1961 January 16 Las Vegas, Nevada Fifth Street School Auditorium
Nevada “Music at Four” Concert
First violinist, All School String Orchestra
Frank E. Iddings,
conductor

1961 April 18 Las Vegas, Nevada West Charleston School Auditorium
First violinist, All School String Orchestra
Frank E. Iddings,
conductor

1961 April 18 Las Vegas, Nevada Nellis School Auditorium
First violinist, All School String Orchestra
Frank E. Iddings,
conductor

1961 May 28 Las Vegas, Nevada Las Vegas Convention Center (Baldwin)
Conversation Piece  for Piano and Orchestra,
with Las Vegas Pops Orchestra, Antonio Morelli, conductor

1961 December 24 North Las Vegas, Nev. Immanuel Community Church (Hammond organ)
Kyrie (from Messa a 4 voci)   (Monteverdi)
Prelude and Aria  (Eberhardt)
Four Chorales   (Sheff)
    Erhalt uns, Herr, bei Deinem Wort
    Allein zu Dir Herr Jesu Christ
    Ach, Gott und Herr, wie groß und schwer
    Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen?

Durations

1962 May 1 Oakland, California Mills College Concert Hall
Winter Music   (Cage)
    T. C. with Luciano Berio, Robert Moran, Lillian T’seng, Patricia Caballero, Ann Uran, Robert Kuykendall,
    Irene Lathrop, Jane Hill, Philip Lesh, Nancy Thalhammer, Ronald Hotek,
and Maxine Goldberg

1962 May 19 Ojai, California Ojai Festival
Rodney Walker Residence
Three Pieces for Two Pianos  – Second of three, with Laraine Youngsten

1962 May 27 Oakland, California Mills College Concert Hall
Three Pieces for Two Pianos  – with Shirley Wong
First performance of all three

1964 May 21,  23, San Francisco, California San Francisco Mime Troupe
29,  30 Music Now Koncerts
6 7/8 for Bernardo Moreno   (Lesh)
    T. C. ,  prepared piano solo with Jon Gibson, clarinet; Gwen Watson, ’cello; Georges Rey, violin;and Paul Breslin, bass
Piano Piece #3
   
T. C. ,  prepared piano solo with stereo tape
Improvisation
   
T. C. ,  with Steve Reich, piano; Jon Gibson, clarinet; Gwen Watson, ’cello; Georges Rey, violin;and Paul Breslin, bass

1966 May 22 Las Vegas, Nevada U.N.L.V.
Deutsches Requiem  (Brahms)
    University of Nevada Orchestra and Chorus, G. Keith Moon, conductor
(Member of chorus)

1967 Las Vegas, Nevada U.N.L.V.: Student Union
Appearance (on electric bass and Farfisa organ) with Daemon:
    Bob Haney, Ron Gougé, John Farrar, and Don Farr

Grateful Dead Appearances

1967 Sept.? Las Vegas, Nevada Convention Center Rotunda
1968 Mar. 11 Sacramento, Calif. Memorial Auditorium
Nov. .23 Athens, Ohio Memorial Auditorium; Ohio University

Nov. 24 Cincinnati, Ohio Hyde Park Teen Center
Nov. 27, 28 Chicago, Illinois Electric Theatre / Kinetic Playground
Dec. 1 Detroit, Michigan Grande Ballroom
Dec. 6 Philadelphia, Penn. The Spectrum
Dec. 7 Louisville, Ky. Bellarmine College
Dec. 13, 14 Torrance, California The Bank
Dec. 20, 21 Los Angeles, Calif. Shrine Auditorium
Dec. 28 Houston, Texas
Dec. 29 Hallandale, Fla. Miami Pop Festival; Gulfstream Park Racetrack

Dec. 31 San Francisco, Calif. Winterland

1969 Jan. 2-5 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore West
Jan. 24-26 San Francisco, Calif. Avalon Ballroom
Jan. 31-Feb.1 Chicago, Illinois Electric Theatre / Kinetic Playground
Feb. 3 Minneapolis, Minn. Guthrie Thrater
Feb. 4 Omaha, Nebraska The Music Box
Feb. 5 Kansas City, Mo.
Feb. 6 St. Louis, Mo. Kiel Auditorium
Feb. 7 Pittsburgh, Penn. Stanley Theater
Feb. 11, 12 New York, N. Y. Fillmore East
Feb. 14, 15 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
Feb. 19 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore West (Celestial Synapse)
Feb. 21, 22 Napa/Vallejo, Calif. Dream Bowl
Feb. 27-3/2 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore West

Mar.12 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore West
Mar. 15 San Francisco, Calif. S.F. Hilton; Black and White Ball
Mar. 21, 22 Pasadena, California Rose Palace
Mar. 27 Merced, Calif.ornia
Mar. 28 Modesto, Califprnia.
Mar. 29 Las Vegas, Nevada Ice Palace

1969 Apr. 4-6 San Francisco, Calif. Avalon Ballroom
(cont.)  Apr. 11 Tucson, Arizona University of Arizona
Apr. 12 Salt Lake City, Utah Student Union Ballroon; University of Utah
Apr. 13 Boulder, Colorado Ballroon; University of Colorado
Apr. 15 Omaha, Nebraska The Music Box
Apr. 17 St. Louis, Mo. Washington University
Apr. 18 Lafayette, Indiana Memorial Union Ballroom; Purdue University
Apr. 20 Worcester, Mass. Clark University
Apr. 21-3 Boston, Mass. The Ark
Apr. 25, 26 Chicago, Illinois Electric Theatre / Kinetic Playground
April 27 Minneapolis, Minn. Labor Temple

May 2, 3 San Francisco, Calif. Winterland
May 3 Rocklin, Calif.ornia Sierra College
May 7 San Francisco, Calif. Polo Field; Golden Gate Park
May 9 San Mateo, California Hall of Flowers; County Fairgrounds
May 10 Pasadena, California Rose Palace
May 11 San Diego, California San Diego Pop Festival; Aztec Bowl; S.D. State U.
May 16 Moraga, California Campolindo High School
May 23, 24 Hollywood, Florida Big Rock Pow-wow
May 28 San Francisco, Calif. Winterland; People’s Park Benefit
May 29 Santa Barbara, Calif. UCSB; Robertson Gymnasium
May 30 Portland, Oregon Springer’s Ballroom
May 31 Eugene, Oregon University of Oregon

June 5-8 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore West
June 13 Fresno, California Convention Center
June 14 Monterey, Calif. Monterey Performing Arts Center
June 20, 21 New York, N. Y. Fillmore East

June 22 New York, N. Y. Central Park
June 27, 28 Santa Rosa, Calif. Veterans’ Auditorium
July 3 Colorado Springs, CO
July 4, 5 Chicago, Illinois Electric Theatre / Kinetic Playground
July 7 Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta Pop Festival

July 8 Toronto, Ontario Rock Pile
July 10 Los Angeles, Calif. Television City; Playboy After Dark
July 11, 12 New York, N. Y. N. Y.State Pavilion; Flushing Meadow Park
July 16 San Francisco, Calif. Longshoremens’ Hall
Aug. 2, 3 San Francisco, Calif. Family Dog on the Great Highway

Aug. 16 White Lake, N. Y. Aquarian Music and Arts Fair: “Woodstock”
Aug. 20 Seattle, Washington Aqua Theatre
Aug. 23 St. Helens, Oregon Bullfrog Lake Festival
Aug. 28-30 San Francisco, Calif. Family Dog at the Great Highway

1969 Sept. 1 Prairieville, Louisiana New Orleans Pop Festival
(cont.)  Sept. 6, 7 San Francisco, Calif. Family Dog on the Great Highway
Sept. 26, 27 New York, N. Y. Fillmore East

Sept. 29-10/1 New York, N. Y. Cafe a GoGo
Oct. 2-4 Boston, Mass. Boston Tea Party
Oct. 6 San Francisco, Calif. Family Dog at the Great Highway
Oct. 24-26 San Francisco, Calif. Winterland
Oct. 31 San Jose, California San Jose State University
Nov. 1, 2 San Francisco, Calif. Family Dog at the Great Highway
Nov. 7, 8 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore Auditorium
Nov. 15 Crockett, California Lanai Theatre (Moratorium Day)
Nov. 21 Sacramento, Calif. Cal Expo
Dec. 4, 5, 7 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore West
Dec. 10-12 Los Angeles, Calif. Thelma’s
Dec. 13 San Bernardino, Calif. Swing Auditorium
Dec. 14 Los Angeles, Calif. Kaleidoscope
Dec. 19-21 San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore Auditorium
Dec. 26 Dallas, Texas McFarlin Auditorium; S.M.U.
Dec. 28 Hollywood, Florida International Speedway; Hollywood Pop Festival
Dec. 29-31 Boston, Mass. Boston Tea Party

1970 Jan. 2, 3 New York, N. Y. Fillmore East
Jan. 10 San Diego, California Community Concourse
Jan. 15 Seattle, Washington Aqua Theatre
Jan. 16,18 Portland, Oregon Springer’s Ballroom

Jan. 17 Corvallis, Oregon Oregon State University
Jan. 22-6 Honolulu, Hawaii Civic Auditorium
Jan. 29 New Orleans, La. The Warehouse

Scientology Benefit Concert – Bobby Ace and the Cards off the Bottom
1969 6/11 San Francisco, Calif. California Hall
T. C.  with Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Peter Grant,
and John Dawson.

Rubber Duck Company Appearances:
Joe McCord (Rubber Duck), mime; Glen Frendel, Jim Byers, guitar;
Tom Glass. David Garthwaite, or Wes Steele, bass;
“Chicken” Hirsch, Ron Wilson, drums; Art Fayer, Naomi Ruth Eisenberg, violin;
and T. C., RMI electric piano
1970 Berkeley, California Mandrake’s
San Francisco, Calif. Fillmore West
San Francisco, Calif. Pacific High Recorders/ Tarot Demo Session
Harlequin
Maiden Waltz 
with Richard Greene, violin
7/12, 14 San Rafael, California Euphoria
first show with guitarist  Paul Dresher
Albany, California Tarot Demo Session
December? New York, N. Y. Village Gate

Jimmie Spheeris Appearances:
1970 July Berkeley, California Pauley Ballroom; U.C. Berkeley
Hohner Clavinet courtesy of Toni Brown
October? New York, N. Y. The Bitter End

1970 December 1 New York, N. Y.
Tarot
Composer/Musical Director/Keyboardist of the Off-Broadway musical
Two three week runs, plus a week of previews: two shows Sundays, dark Mondays.
Chelsea Theater Center; Brooklyn, New York
with The Rubber Band: Yolande Bavan, vocals; Paul Dresher, guitar, flute, sitar; Wes Steele, bass;
    “Chicken” Hirsch, drums; Jim Byers, guitar; Art Fayer, violin; and T. C., RMI electric piano

1971 March 4 Circle in the Square; Manhattan
Two three week runs, plus a week of previews: two shows Sundays, dark Mondays.
with Touchstone:
Paul Dresher, guitar, flute, sitar; Wes Steele, bass;
“Chicken” Hirsch, drums; Jim Byers, guitar; Art Fayer, violin;
and T. C., RMI electric piano

1970 November New York, N. Y. WABC: Mike Cuscuna’s Luncheonette
December New York, N. Y. WNET-TV: Free Time
Three musical numbers from Tarot:
Lovers’ Walk in the Magic Forest
The Devil 
(Steele)
The Moon
1971 January 31 New York, N. Y. Scientology Celebrity Center; Lafayette Hotel
March 10 New York, N. Y. WMCA: Alex Bennett Show
April 28 New York, N. Y. Fillmore East
Sat in for a set with the Grateful Dead
August Pasadena, California KPPC:
Dr. Sound
December 17 San Francisco, Calif. KSAN-FM: Bob McClay Show
San Francisco, Calif. KSAN-FM: Scientology Works
Host of series of radio shows produced by Paul Boucher

Touchstone Appearances:

Paul Dresher  and Bill Ruskin,  guitars;
Wes Steele, bass;  Art Roach  and Gene Reffkin  drums,
and T. C., RMI electric piano

1971 November? San Francisco, Calif. Scientology Celebrity Center

The Love Song of Charles Faberman
Feature lengthfilm directed by Jeremy Paul Kagan

1972 January 28 Beverly Hills, Calif. American Film Institute
Charles’s Theme
Insalata Verde
Quartetschnitt
  – Yukiko Kamei, Milton Thomas, + violin & ’cello
Waltz for a peg legged Octopus  – string quartet with T. C., harpsichord (Neupert)

January 29
Abel’s Theme  – T. C., harpsichord (Neupert)
Old Wine, New Bottles
R & R
Anne’s Theme

    Touchstone: Paul Dresher,  guitar, Art Fayer, violin, Wes Steele, bass, George Suranovich, drums,
    and T. C., RMI electric piano

1972 April 7 Hayward, California Tuckett Inn
** Invasion   (?)
* Sly   (Dresher)/The Turtle  (from Tarot)
Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
** Greed   (from Tarot)  /Sneet   (Ryan)
** 6/8 Jazz
*** Hashish
  (Lateef)
*** The Moon   (from Tarot)
The Chariot   (from Tarot)/You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
* The Hun
* Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)
*** Chicken Feed   (?)
*** Birth/Mandala   (from Tarot  – Dresher)
** Mara   (Dresher)
*** Sly   (Dresher)/*** You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
*** Invasion   (?)

1972 April 8 Hayward, California Tuckett Inn
First Set
** Invasion   (?)
*** Sly   (Dresher)/*** You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
** Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
Greed   (from Tarot)  /Sneet   (Ryan)
Second Set
** Hashish   (Lateef)
** 6/8 Jazz
The Hun
*** Birth/Mandala   (from Tarot  – Dresher)
** Chicken Feed   (?)
Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)
Diane’s Song   (Dresher)
*** The Moon   (from Tarot)  R & R
Mara   (Dresher)
Invasion   (?)

1972 April 14 Berkeley, California Sproul Plaza; U. C. Berkeley

1972 April 14 Berkeley, California New Orleans House
** Sly   (Dresher)/** Birth/Mandala   (from Tarot  – Dresher)
* Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
Greed   (from Tarot)  / Sneet   (Ryan)
6/8 Jazz
** Chicken Feed   (?)
* The Hun
** Hashish   (Lateef)
* The Moon   (from Tarot)  / * You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
*** Mara   (Dresher)
* Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)

1972 April 15 Berkeley, California New Orleans House
*** Sly   (Dresher)/*** You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
* Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
** Greed   (from Tarot)  /** Sneet   (Ryan)
* 6/8 Jazz
*** The Hun
* Hashish   (Lateef)
* Alaric’s Premonition
*** The Moon   (from Tarot)  /
** Birth/Mandala
  (from Tarot  – Dresher)
*** Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)
* Mara   (Dresher)

1972 April 20 Berkeley, California Long Branch
** Invasion   (?)
** Sly   (Dresher)/** You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
** Greed   (from Tarot)  /** Sneet   (Ryan)
* Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
*** Chicken Feed   (?)
* The Hun
*** Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)
*** Hashish   (Lateef)
* The Moon   (from Tarot)  /
The Chariot   (from Tarot)/ Birth/Mandala   (from Tarot  – Dresher)
* 6/8 Jazz
* Mara   (Dresher)

1972 April 21 Berkeley, California Long Branch

1972 April 22 Cotati, California Inn at the Beginning
First Set
** Greed   (from Tarot)  /** Sneet   (Ryan)
*** Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
*** 6/8 Jazz
** The Hun
Second Set ** Hashish   (Lateef)
*** The Moon   (from Tarot)  * Mara   (Dresher)
** Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)
*** Invasion   (?)

1972 May 5 Palo Alto, California Homer’s Warehouse

1972 July Berkeley, California Mandrake’s
** Mara   (Dresher)
** The Hun

1972 August 12 Berkeley, California Provo Park

1972 August 16 Berkeley, California Mandrake’s
First Set
** Jam
** Mara   (Dresher)
*** Invasion   (?)
** Greed   (from Tarot)  /** Sneet   (Ryan)
** Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
Second Set ** Hashish   (Lateef)
** Sly   (Dresher)/** You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
*** 6/8 Jazz
Caligula’s Mad Dash  (Dresher)/** The Hun
*** The Moon   (from Tarot)  ** Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)

1972 August 27 Half Moon Bay, Calif. Bach’s Dancing and Dynamite Society

1972 August 31 Berkeley, California Long Branch
First Set
** Lovers’ Walk   (from Tarot)
** Greed   (from Tarot)  /** Sneet   (Ryan)
** Hashish   (Lateef)
** Mara   (Dresher)/** The Hun
Second Set ** Sly   (Dresher)/** You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
** 6/8 Jazz
** Invasion   (?)
** The Moon   (from Tarot)  /** Disgraceful Litigation  (Dresher/Ruskin)

1972 September 26 San Francisco, Calif. KEMO-TV: The Paisley Teahouse,   with Jan Wooley
** The Moon   (from Tarot)
** Disgraceful Litigation   (Dresher/Ruskin)
** The Devil  (from Tarot)   (Steele)

1972 October ? Pt. Richmond, Calif. Community Center
1972
October ? Boonville, California McGovern Campaign Benefit

Solo Appearances

1974 Spring, Summer Mill Valley, Calif. Sweetwater Saloon – Sunday Afternoon Piano Solos
San Francisco, Calif. Gulliver’s Pub
May 1 Berkeley, California Davidson Chiropractic Bldg. Grand Opening

Center for the Creative and Performing Arts
State University of New York at Buffalo

1974 October 2 Buffalo, New York Baird Recital Hall; S. U. N. Y.
Sly   (Dresher)
Greed   (from Tarot)/’Sneet   (Ryan)
The Moon   (from Tarot)
Intermission
The Devil   (from Tarot)   (Steele)
Alaric’s Premonition   (pipe organ w/rock band)
You Know, You Know   (Mahavishnu)
    T. C.  with Art Levinowitz, saxophone; Joel Perry, guitar; Murray Kohn, bass; and Albert Furness, drums
Encores  (solo piano)
Magnetic Rag   (Joplin)
Green and Gold   (T.S.C. #4)

1974 October 17 Buffalo, New York Baird Recital Hall; S.U.N.Y.
Retrodisrespective Marmalade
   
T. C., Hammond B-3 organ, with Donald Knaack, percussion plus two track prerecorded collage
Broadcast live over WBFO-FM

1974 October ? Buffalo, New York Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Evenings for New Music Crow   (Oliveros)  – Ensemble participant –

1974 November  5-6 Buffalo, New York Baird Recital Hall; S.U.N.Y.
Vexations   (Satie)
    T. C.  with Joseph Kubera, Robert Moog, David Cohen, Martin Kalve, James McKinnon, Claudia Hoca,
    Yvar Mikhashoff, Neal Hatch, Stephen Manes, Leila Melandinidas, Norma Sapp, Mark Brooks,

    Stephen Radecke, James Calabrese, and Richard Schulman
playing in half-hour shifts
(T. C. at 2:30 to 3:00 and 3:30 to 4:00 a.m.)
Broadcast live over WBFO-FM

1974 November  20 Mt. Pleasant, MI Central Michigan University / Warriner Auditorium
From the Seven Days   (Stockhausen) – T. C.  with Eberhard Blum, Ralph Jones, and Jan Williams
Crow   (Oliveros) – T. C.  with Julius Eastman, Elaine Jones, Eberhard Blum, Ralph Jones, Donald Knaack,
Joseph Kubera,
and Jan Williams

1974 December 11 New York, N. Y. WBAI;  Free Music Store
Introductory remarks to broadcast of
A Giraffe of Wyne  (and Thou)  performed by
percussionist Donald Knaack

1975 January- Buffalo, New York WBFO-FM: Ad Astra per Asparagus
September Host of weekly hour long musical radio program
Produced by Wally Gajewski
Sundays 11 a. m. – January through April
Wednesdays 10 p. m. – May through September

1975 January 20 Buffalo, New York Fillmore Room; Student Union Bldg; S. U. N. Y.
Benefit for WBFO-FM    (Hammond B-3 organ)
The Moon   (from Tarot)
Greed   (from Tarot)/’Sneet    (Ryan)
The Devil   (from Tarot)  (Steele)
That there old West…  (T.S.C. #2)
    with Art Levinowitz, saxophone; Chuck Hammer, guitar; Murray Kohn, bass; and Norm Skiba, drums
Broadcast live over WBFO-FM

1975 February 15 Buffalo, New York Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Evenings for New Music L’apres-midi du Dracoula    (Moran)
    with Judith Martin, Eberhard Blum, Ben Hudson, Donald Knaack, and Jan Williams
    Joseph Kubera,
director

1975 April 13 Amherst, New York Amherst Cable Television: Art Beat
Interviewed on the air re/upcoming concerts

1975 April 16 Buffalo, New York Baird Recital Hall; S.U.N.Y.
When you get to the *
    T. C.  with Eberhard Blum, Joseph Kubera, and Donald Knaack
Broadcast live over WBFO-FM, with
Walter Gajewski and Terry Gross
doing play by play commentary

1975 April 22 Buffalo, New York Baird Recital Hall; S.U.N.Y.
From the Seven Days    (Stockhausen)
    T. C.  with Eberhard Blum, Ralph Jones, Judith Martin, and Jan Williams
Broadcast live over WBFO-FM

1975 May 4 Buffalo, New York Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Evenings for New Music Edition    (Werner Heider)
    T. C.  with Eberhard Blum, Donald Knaack, Ben Hudson, and Jan Williams
Chorale/Touch    (Martin)
    T. C.  with Alan Pearce, Judith Martin, Julius Eastman, Gerald Eastman, and Jan Williams
When you get to the *
    T. C.  with Eberhard Blum, Ben Hudson, and Donald Knaack

1975 June 2 Buffalo, New York Baird Recital Hall; S.U.N.Y.
Music for Amplified Toy Pianos   (Cage)
    with Joseph Kubera, Martin Kalve, Donald Knaack, and James Calabrese

1975 June 11 Buffalo, New York Baird Recital Hall; S.U.N.Y.
Winter Music    (Cage)
    T. C.  with Mark Brooks, James Calabrese, Peter Gena, Neal Hatch, Ben Hudson, Margaret Knaack,
    Joseph Kubera, Steve Radecke, Casey Sokol,
and Yong Suk-Won

Back West again…

1976 May 21 San Francisco, CA Giannini J.H.S. Auditorium
SPARC Benefit
Green and Gold    (T.S.C. #4)

1976 May 30 Claremont, Calif. Holmes Hall; Pomona College
Fig Leaf   (Joplin)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold

1976 November 5 San Francisco, CA Capricorn Asunder Gallery
Fig Leaf   (Joplin)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp
First performance of entire suite

1977 January 12 Claremont, Calif. Founders’ Room; Pitzer College
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1977 January 20 San Francisco, CA Leavenworth Street Theatre
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1977 January 26 San Francisco, CA Lone Mountain College
Dance Film Festival
Intermission Feature
The Banjo   (Gottschalk)
Green and Gold    (T.S.C. #4)
San Andreas Stomp    (T.S.C. #5)

1977 January 28 San Francisco, CA Lone Mountain College
Dance Film Festival
Intermission Feature
Haight St. Slither   (T.S.C. #1)
Lude: Licentious Bicentennial Rag    (T.S.C. #3)

1977 April 9 Portland, Oregon Swann Auditorium; Portland Art Museum
Through Cloud and Eclipse Festival
American Beauty   (Lamb)
Pastime #4    (Mathews)
Pastime #5    (Mathews)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1977 April 12 Portland, Oregon Portland State University
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor   (Bach-Busoni)
American Beauty   (Lamb)
Pastime #4   (Mathews)
Pastime #5    (Mathews)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1977 July 3 Lockport, New York Kenan Center
Blaze of Glory Festival
The Banjo    (Gottschalk)
Manchega   (Gottschalk)
Souvenir de Porto Rico    (Gottschalk)
Weeping Willow    (Joplin)
Augustan Club Waltz    (Joplin)
Elite Syncopations    (Joplin)

Intermission
Through Eden’s Gates   (Bolcom)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp
Dejavalse  (Co-première)

1977 Sept. 18 San Francisco, CA Aquatic Park Theatre
Elite Syncopations    (Joplin)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1977 November 4 San Francisco, CA Dance Coalition Soirée
The Banjo    (Gottschalk)
Manchega   (Gottschalk)
Souvenir de Porto Rico    (Gottschalk)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1977 Fall San Francisco, California
L. O. Sloan’s
Three Black and Three White
Refined Jubilee Minstrels,
an American Documentary

Anthony Cabello, Stephen Chroninger, Robbi Coverton,
Lester Jones
  (later Fini Ferguson), Nat Williams, and Paul von Rotz,
singers and dancers
Robert Power, chorus master and banjo
T. C., pianist

Performances including:
Intersection Theatre in San Francisco’s North Beach,
Thu-Sun (November 24-27, December 1-4, 8-11, 15-18, 22-3, and 29-30)
National League of Cities under the rotunda at
San Francisco City Hall
Larkin St. Showcase – San Francisco
Leavenworth Street Theater – San Francisco

1978 January 12, 14 San Francisco, CA Leavenworth Street Theatre
The Bald Soprano
Prepared piano music for the Ionesco play

1978 May 4 San Francisco, CA Leavenworth Street Theatre
Impecunious Davis   (Mills)
The Entertainer   (Joplin)
Augustan Club Waltz   (Joplin)
Magnetic Rag   (Joplin)
Buffalo Rag   (Turpin)
American Beauty   (Lamb)
Efficiency Rag   (Scott)
Intermission
Pastime #4   (Mathews)
Pastime #5   (Mathews)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1978 May 22 Beograd, Yugoslavia Student Center; University of Beograd
The Entertainer   (Joplin)
Augustan Club Waltz   (Joplin)
Magnetic Rag   (Joplin)
Pastime #4   (Mathews)
Pastime #5   (Mathews)
American Beauty   (Lamb)
Dejavalse  – Duowith John Cobb
Impromptu  (Savic) – with John Cobb, Robert Moran and Misa Savic

1978 May 24 Zagreb, Yugoslavia Student Center; University of Zagreb
Taped for television broadcast
on the upright piano
Impecunious Davis   (Mills)
The Entertainer   (Joplin)
Efficiency Rag   (Scott)
Buffalo Rag   (Turpin)
American Beauty   (Lamb)
Augustan Club Waltz   (Joplin)
Magnetic Rag   (Joplin)
Pastime #4   (Mathews)
Pastime #5   (Mathews)

Intermission
on the grand piano  (Steinway)
Fields of Flowers   (Bolcom)   (première)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp
RECOMBINANT STRAINS:      (first performance of entire set)
    Dejavalse  – Duowith John Cobb
    Claude Greenberg’s Springtime Catch
    Land of the Hassled and Free

1978 May 27 Innsbruck, Austria Conservatory of Music     (Bösendorfer)
The Entertainer   (Joplin)
Augustan Club Waltz   (Joplin)
Dejavalse  – Duowith John Cobb
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp
Pastime #4   (Mathews)
Pastime #5   (Mathews)

1978 May 29 Graz, Austria örf     (Bösendorfer)
Taped for Radio broadcast
*** Dejavalse
*** Modern Love Waltz 
(Glass) – Duo with John Cobb

1978 June 25 San Francisco, CA The Old Spaghetti Factory
City Lights Bookstore
25th Anniversary Celebration
Fig Leaf    (Joplin)
THE SYNTAX COLLECTOR:
    I. Haight St. Slither
    II. That there Old West…
    III. Lude/Licentious
    IV. Green and Gold
    V. San Andreas Stomp

1978 November 8 San Francisco, CA Leavenworth Street Theatre
The Reflections of Our Lives
pianist for theatrical revue

1979 March 30 San Francisco, CA San Francisco Art Institute  (Steinway)
Dejavalse Two performances:
Piano Solo and as a round with
John Cobb, harpsichord  (Herbert Wm. Burton – Lincoln, Nebraska)

1980 December 6 San Francisco, CA Community Music Center: The Asbestos Players / (Steinway)
It’s Heavy on the Levee in Apple Blossom Time
piano solo
The Banjo   (Gottschalk)
O ma charmante, épargnez-mois!   (Gottschalk)
Fuga Giocosa   (Paine)
with Lester Jones
Champagne Charlie    (Leybourne/Lee)
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee   (Gilbert/Muir)
Memories   (Kahn/van Alstyne)
piano solo
Eli Green’s Cakewalk    (Koninsky)
Pastime #4   (Mathews)
Pastime #5   (Mathews)
Reindeer Rag   (Lamb)
Intermission
with Lester Jones
(I’m Forever) Blowing Bubbles  
(Kenbrovin/Kellette)
Does your Spearmint lose its Flavor
  (on the Bedpost Overnight)
    (Rose/Bloom/Breuer)
piano solo
Green and Gold
  (T.S.C. #4)
Dejavalse
San Andreas Stomp
  (T.S.C. #5)
with Lester Jones
Nobody   
(Rogers /Williams)
Ain’t we got Fun  (Kahn/Egan/Whiting)
Good Bye!   (Whyte/Melville/Tosti)