Experience Jazz: A Conversation with Terrence Brewer

Interview with Terrence Brewer by Chase Kuesel, 18 year old Oberlin Conservatory intern, is part of Intersection’s Spring 2013 Jazz Program. Fet ticket to see TERRENCE BREWER & CITIZEN RHYTHM FEATURING JOE COHEN on THURSDAY, APRIL 18th at 8pm HERE .   Chase Kuesel: Talk about how you got started in music. What drew you to the guitar? Terrence Brewer: I started […]

Experience Jazz: A conversation with jazz pianist Joe Warner

Another amazing interview! Our intern Chase spoke with jazz pianist Joe Warner about musical inspiration and education… And don’t forget to check out this week’s Terrence Brewer & Citizen Rhythm featuring Joe Cohen         Chase Kuesel: Talk about your beginnings in music. What drew you to jazz and the piano? Joe Warner: My Dad […]

Incubator Projects: Happening this Month

Harmonious chamber music, dancing into early summer, and negotiations with time; Intersection’s collaborators are up to something wonderful this month– Be A Part of It! Below are highlights and upcoming events of our Incubator Projects, Intersection’s program of assistance and fiscal sponsorship.


Gardening Art Mapping Environment (GAME): Youth creating green spaces

The Gardening Art Mapping Environment workshop was a collaboration between Intersection for the Arts, West Bay Pilipino Community Center, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and Holy Stitch! Through this collaboration, the youth participants from West Bay mapped green space in their SOMA/Tenderloin neighborhoods and took field trips to Crissy Field, Herons Head and the Tenderloin National Forest. These […]


Experience Jazz: A Conversation with Lisa Mezzacappa

Last weeks performance  Les Gwan Jupons at Sunday’s Jazz Matinee, March 17 featured bassist Lisa Mezzacappa.  She talks to Chase Kuesel, Intersection’s Oberlin Conservatory intern, and shares her love of the SF jazz scene (January 24, 2013). ___________________________________________________________________________________  Chase Kuesel: Talk about your beginnings in music. What drew you to the bass? Lisa Mezzacappa: I grew up playing a bunch […]

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Experience Jazz: An conversation with musician Howard Wiley

“Always be soulful. Always go for the thing that touches you.” Here’s another great interview by Chase Kuesel, 18 year old Oberlin Conservatory intern.  This one is with Howard Wiley from January 23, 2013. And, dont miss the Howard Wiley Quartet: I LOVE THE 80s performance on Thursday, March 28th, 2013! ___________________________________________________________________________________ 

Scott Amendola vs. Wil Blades photo credit Scott Chernis

Experience Jazz: A Conversation with a talented drummer, Scott Amendola

Here’s another insightful dialogue between Chase, the intern, and 1/2 of the duo “Amendola vs. Blades” who is next up to bat for our first Sunday matinee of the 2013 series. It is our hopes that family folks and cool groups of jazz enthusiasts come and gather for a weekend show like this. See you […]


Experience Jazz: VENDOR SPOTLIGHT, Culinary Artist Monifa Dayo

Our Jazz at the Intersection Opening Night on February 14th promises to be a beautiful space for true love and jazz. We are excited to bring old and new friends together in our new space to experience the music on a whole other level. We are honored to have the culinary artistry of Chef Monifa […]

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Experience Jazz: A Conversation with Legacy Artist, Marcus Shelby

For the large part of January, we were graced with a pretty awesome intern named Chase Kuesel, who hailed from Oberlin College and Conservatory. He was tasked to interview selected featured artists for the resurgence of Jazz at Intersection Spring 2013 series. The staff at Intersection were moved by these conversations because they peer into […]

A Paradise Built in Hell

When the sea rises and carries us away: a blog series in response to (re)Collection by Larisa Minerva

What we can learn from disasters: A Paradise Built in Hell   A Paradise Built in Hell, by Rebecca Solnit, was selected for this for San Francisco’s One City One Book for 2012 for its discussion of the 1906 earthquake and fire that plays such an important role in our city’s historical identity. But the […]

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