Cory Cullinan & Riley Max

[image: At left, a smiling man in a DR NOIZE T-shirt. At right, his smiling daughter in a dark T-shirt with long blond hair]
Cory Cullinan & Riley Max
Jun 16, 2024

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Join us on Sunday, June 16, at 7 p.m. for a special Father’s Day concert with father and daughter recording artists Cory Cullinan and Riley Max! The two return to their native Bay Area for an evening of songs and storytelling from each of their albums about life, family and friends.

It’s a perfect event to share with your dad, your friends and other loved ones. Expect laughs, tears, audience interaction creating new songs live, and everything in between.

Recording artist Cory Cullinan is an International Song Competition First Place Winner and has songs in major movies, documentaries, and on multiple albums. He’s also the internationally known family recording artist Doctor Noize with chart hits in three decades; a member of the environmental band Konshens & The Earth Band with multi-Grammy winners; an oft-commissioned musical theatre composer; and a former Recording Academy Board Governor. Cory sings personal songs about his life in the Bay Area, is a sought-out record producer at his five-room facility Reach Studios in Colorado, and runs Stanford University’s Recording Arts courses in the summers.

Recording artist and composer Riley Max hit the scene last year with her stunning debut album of original songs, “ROY G BIV.” She’s already opened a United Nations General Assembly Meeting with her voice, had two successful singles and videos with “Blue” and “Yellow,” starred in lead roles in musical theatre productions since age 11, and her album is now featured entertainment on all international flights of Qatar Airlines. Riley is simultaneously pursuing her undergraduate degree in Music at Harvard and a Masters at Berklee School Of Music.

These two unique artists will perform songs together, separately… and with you. Don’t miss it!

Parking and other info:
Should you require ADA parking, email us or add a note to your order to reserve a spot in front of the glass doors. We will accommodate as many as possible. For everyone else, there’s free parking just a short walk away. The closest city lot is the First Street and I-280 Lot, under the freeway. Parking there is free on weekends and after 6 p.m. on weekdays. Get real-time parking info at

The theater is wheelchair-accessible; book the ADA & Companion seats when buying tickets.