‘You Are Hear,’ dancing in the terminal at SFO: Aidin Vaziri | Gibby Waitzkin has six flights coming in and out of San Francisco International Airport this week, but Wednesday she wasn’t in a hurry to catch her plane. The Washington, D.C., artist was too busy watching a midmorning concert by Bart Davenport in the middle of the United Airlines hub. “I’ve been standing here for 45 minutes,” she said, glancing at the musician, who was playing his acoustic guitar in de rigueur shades and tight-fitting leather jacket. “This is the most pleasant airport experience I’ve ever had.” It was an odd sight, to be sure: a rock show amid a tempest of luggage carts, weary airline crews and rushed passengers. But this is the exact reaction the airport’s marketing and communication manager, Jane Sullivan, was hoping for when she tapped local musician Marc Capelle to curate a series of concerts at SFO, billed as You Are Hear. Continue reading.