Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Zambaleta Website Launched

Welcome to, our community world music and dance school website. Now, you can register for any music or dance class online. Hurry up! Classes Start October 26th!

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

No Flea Market This Weekend

It is time for another music flea market. But we will all be at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival and you should be too! Besides, we've been so busy preparing for Zambaleta's opening, our world music school will start classes on October 26th. Please visit our website to sign up.

Friday, July 31, 2009

August 1st Line Up

Agapi Mou (Aya Davidson - violin and vocals, Greg Jenkins - clarinet, Alan Davidson - laouto)
New Directions in Indian Classical Music (Gautam Tejas Ganeshan - voice, Anantha R. Krishnan - mridangam barrel drum)
Knudsen-Benedict duo (Lorin Benedict - voice, Kasey Knudsen - sax)
Sekar Jaya Gender Wayang (Emily Rolph, Carla Fabrizio, Ansel Schmidt, Reiko)
The Hotel of 13 Losses (Aaron Novik - clarinet, Kasey Knudsen - sax, Tim BUlkly - drums)
Paul Eastburn and Friends (Dan McGay - clarinet, Brandon Robinson - jazz guitar, Paul Eastburn - upright bass)
Lulacruza (Alejandra Ortiz - voice, Luis Maurette - percussion and electronics)

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Little by Little

Our music flea market is slowly growing. We had a great turn out on Saturday with musicians coming from Petaluma and Sacramento to take part in this event. Thank you for everyone who volunteered, performed, or simply showed up. We're not holding the music flea market on July 4th. So the next market will be August 1st. Mark your Calendars!

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Music Flea Market Happening Rain or Shine on Saturday June 6!

We'll dance in the rain so bring your boots. If it is too much, we'll take it indoors.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

off to a good start..

Our first Music Flea Market went really well. Thanks to everyone who volunteered, performed, cooked, or showed up with instruments and cash. Photos and videos to come soon. Mark your calendars for the second Music Flea Market on June 6th, 2009. This one will coincide with MAPP: Mission Arts & Performance Project. So we are planning to keep the music going well into the evening with music, art and dance performances. stay tuned!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

First Music Flea Market

Have you ever tried to buy a musical instrument online without playing it? Have you driven across town to check out an instrument off craigslist only to realize it's not what you were looking for? Buying or Selling a musical instrument can be a pain. It can also be a lot of fun if you come down to 20th and Florida on Saturday, April 25th.

We will have tables set up for sellers to display their items, we will have fresh and delicious foods and beverages prepared by local chefs from our community, and there will be lots and lots of music.


This is too good to be true. How much does it cost?
This is a community event so it is free for everyone. However, we encourage your donations to support the development of a San Francsico Community World Music School (more information will be available at the flea market).

I have an old collection of kazoos that I want to sell. What do I do?
Email us at and include your name, phone number and number of kazoos you will be bringing.

I play kazoo with the Kazoo All Stars. Can we perform at the music flea market?
Email Brandi at with a link to your Kazoo All Stars website.

I make amazing kazoo pies. Can I sell them at the music flea market?
We've never had kazoo pies but we encourage creative expression. So email Mina at with more information about your kazoo pies.

I doubt anyone will want to buy my kazoos. Can I donate them to your Community World Music School?
We really appreciate your generosity and we believe kazoos can be great learning tools. We will have an instrument/audio equipment donation box. So please bring any instruments you want to donate.

I don't have any kazoos, but I would love to contribute in some other way. What do you need?
Besides Kazoos, we need:
- Volunteers
- Tables
- Extension Cords
- Coffee Dispensers (industrial size)
- Large tents (in case it rains, even though God loves our kazoos)