Grammy Nominated Artist, PC Muñoz, Explores Multi-Racial Identity in His Performance Piece
San Francisco Artist Uses Music, Poetry, & Suspect Mitochondria to Address Cultural Identity
HALF-BREED was originally conceived while PC was a fellow at The Loft Literary Center in Minnesota and has since premiered in Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, and San José. In regards to the provocative/
All attendees will receive a free download card for PC's new synth-pop single "What If I Told You a Secret?", while supplies last.
PC Muñoz is a recording artist, musician, producer, and poet based in San Francisco. His body of work includes recordings across multiple mediums, from Grammy nominated contemporary classical music to CMJ-charting funk songs and modern dance/multimedia productions. A frequent and enthusiastic collaborator, PC has recorded with rock legend Jackson Browne, dream-pop artist Ingrid Chavez, longtime Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud, Emmy-winning virtuoso Van-Anh Vo, Dr. Fink of Prince and the Revolution, San José emcee DEM ONE, and countless other musicians and recording artists across a wide range of genres. He was a 2015 Dresher Ensemble artist-in-residence in Oakland, CA, a 2014 Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center grantee, a 2013 Loft Literary Center Equilibrium Fellow in Minneapolis, MN, and is a current Board Governor for the SF Chapter of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs. His work has been praised by NPR, Performing Songwriter, DownBeat, and many others.
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PC Muñoz: firstname.lastname@example.org, 415.786.5730
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