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Thursday, February 2 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
The Red Room Orchestra play the music of "Twin Peaks"

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plus music from the films of David Lynch and an homage to Angelo Badalamenti and Julee Cruise

The Red Room Orchestra is back. In what has become a San Francisco Sketchfest tradition, the Great American Music Hall will become a mix of the Roadhouse and The Black Lodge. Join the Red Room Orchestra for a celebration of the music from David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" featuring Marc Capelle's all-star ensemble recreating the beloved classic instrumental scores and vocal soundtrack tunes. The evening will feature music from other David Lynch projects and films and a special homage to the late, great Angelo Badalamenti and Julee Cruise.

With Allyson Baker (Dirty Ghosts), Marc Capelle (American Music Club), Toby Dammit aka Larry Mullins (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds), Karina Denike (NOFX), John Hofer (The Mother Hips), Dina Maccabee (Julia Holter Band), Lisa Mezzacappa, Ben Goldberg, Beth Lisick, Tom Ayres, Scott Larson, Rebekah Del Rio and very special guests including Petra Haden (The Haden Triplets) and "Twin Peaks" cast members Ray Wise ("Leland Palmer"), Michael Horse (“Deputy Hawk”), Carel Struycken ("The Giant" / "The Fireman") and brilliant chanteuse and David Lynch muse Chrystabell (“Tammy Preston”). Dress as your favorite character from the Lynch world and step into another dimension. ($44 advance, $49 at the door, All Ages)

Co-presented by Noise Pop

Artists
avatar for Allyson Baker

Allyson Baker

Allyson Baker is known for two things, playing guitar and being Canadian. She only does one of those things well. Dirty Ghosts is her main musical vehicle and when flagged down will hop out and join others on their musical adventures. Amongst them have been playing guitar on albums... Read More →
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Ben Goldberg

Clarinetist and composer Ben Goldberg grew up in Denver, Colorado. He was a pupil of the eminent clarinetist Rosario Mazzeo and studied with Steve Lacy and Joe Lovano. Since 1992, when his group New Klezmer Trio "kicked open the door for radical experiments with Ashkenazi roots music... Read More →
avatar for Beth Lisick

Beth Lisick

Beth Lisick is a writer and actor from the San Francisco Bay Area, currently living in Brooklyn. She is the author of six books, including the New York Times bestseller "Everybody Into the Pool" and the novel "Edie on the Green Screen" (out 3/26/20). She is also co-founder of the... Read More →
avatar for Carel Struycken

Carel Struycken

Born in Holland and raised on the Caribbean  island of Curaçao, Carel completed the directing program at the Netherlands Film Academy in Amsterdam. Soon after graduating, Carel moved to California where he co-founded a movie production company with writer/director Rene Daalder... Read More →
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Chrystabell

As a dedicated recording artist, performing artist and songwriter, Chrystabell has headlined tours across the globe, reaching 40 countries and 100 cities over the course of releasing four critically acclaimed albums, two of which were collaborations with legendary artist David Lynch... Read More →
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Dina Maccabee

Dina Maccabee is a composer, songwriter, and violinist/violist/vocalist who works in variety of styles, from traditional music to pop to experimental composition. An original member of Real Vocal String Quartet and half of Bay Area duo Ramon & Jessica, she has toured internationally... Read More →
avatar for Karina Deniké

Karina Deniké

San Francisco's darling Karina Deniké is a versatile vocalist, songwriter, collaborator and band leader who moves fluidly from intimate torch song chanteuse to soul singer, to punk powerhouse. "Deniké possesses a voice so rich and luxuriant she sounds like she was born to sing any... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Mezzacappa

Lisa Mezzacappa

Berkeley, CA-based composer and bassist Lisa Mezzacappa has been part of California’s vibrant music community for nearly 20 years. Her activities as a composer and ensemble leader include ethereal chamber music, electro-acoustic works, avant-garde jazz, music for groups from duo... Read More →
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Marc Capelle

Marc Capelle is a San Francisco native musician, composer, arranger, and producer.He’s played with 100’s of acts including Virgil Shaw, the Fresh & Onlys, Jason Lytle, American Music Club, Tommy Guerrero, Kelley Stoltz, Third Eye Blind, Margaret Cho, and quartet-style gospel pioneers... Read More →
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Michael Horse

Michael Horse is a true renaissance man. He is an award-winning actor, jeweler and artist with work in galleries in New Mexico, Arizona and California. As an actor, he is most well known for his role as Deputy Hawk in the groundbreaking television series, "Twin Peaks." His character... Read More →
avatar for Petra Haden

Petra Haden

In a restlessly eclectic, wholly unique musical career that spans over two and a half decades, Petra Haden has established a singular reputation for creativity and versatility, and a unique niche that's allowed her to apply her multiple talents to a dazzlingly diverse array of music... Read More →
avatar for Ray Wise

Ray Wise

Born in Portland, Oregon, Ray Wise got his start in 1970 on the soap opera “Love of Life,” taped in New York City. After playing the role of Jamie Rawlins for six years, he decided to make the move to California, where he began landing guest appearances on night time series such... Read More →
avatar for Rebekah Del Rio

Rebekah Del Rio

La Llorona de Los Angeles (“The weeping woman of LA”) is how Rebekah Del Rio is introduced in her iconic, dreamlike role in David Lynch’s "Mulholland Drive" where she performs her heart wrenchingly beautiful Spanish version of "Crying" by Roy Orbison/Joe Melson.Starring as herself... Read More →
avatar for Scott Larson

Scott Larson

Scott Larson is a trombonist, arranger,composer and bandleader in the San Francisco Bay Area.  He has been performing in the Bay Area for over two decades now, performing a variety of genres of music, and has played with such Jazz legends as Ray Brown, Smith Dobson, Bill Berry, Maria... Read More →
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The Red Room Orchestra

Formed by San Francisco producer and multi-instrumentalist Marc Capelle in 2017, the Red Room Orchestra is a collective of popular, jazz, classical, and electronic composers and performers who’ve played and recorded alongside the Bad Seeds, the Plastic Ono Band, Cibo Matto, Oingo... Read More →
avatar for Toby Dammit aka Larry Mullins

Toby Dammit aka Larry Mullins

Larry Mullins (Toby Dammit) was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, leaving at age 20. His website (http://www.tobydammit.com/) documents his appearances on 235 published recordings & 1,893 live concerts (2017). His work on numerous television & film soundtracks, notably including “School... Read More →
avatar for Tom Ayres

Tom Ayres

Tom Ayres, guitarist, fan of guitarist, mountain watcher, ex-surfer, record producer and player of records, multi-instrumentalist apart from woodwinds, mentalist, expert at long relationships with foreigners, father, loving son, Uncle Fun, semi-retired California Resident, grew up... Read More →



Thursday February 2, 2023 8:00pm - 9:30pm PST
Great American Music Hall 859 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94109