Friday, September 6
Fri 9/06 6:30 PM Honey Hive Gallery [4117 Judah St SF]
I.o , Murder Murder , Earth Jerks, and Rodrigo Barriga Quartet at the Honey Hive Gallery SF
Fri 9/06 8:30 PM Temescal Arts Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Do-Over Music Series #9: The Jordan Glenn Party + Beth Schenck
Sunday, September 8
Sun 9/08 7:30 PM Temescal Arts Center [511 48th Street Oakland]
Greg Kelley (Seattle) + Chris Cooper + Danishta Rivero + Jacob Felix Heule quartet
Zachary James Watkins
Glands Of External Secretion
Tuesday, September 10
Tue 9/10 9:00 PM Uptown Nightclub [1928 Telegraph Ave Oakland]
Active Music Series presents:
– Velox Humm (Scott Amendola + Lenny Gonzalez)
– Suki O’Kane
– Aaron Oppenheim
Thursday, September 12
Thu 9/12 8:00 PM Envelop SF [The Midway at 900 Marin St, SF CA]
SFEMF announces its 20th Anniversary Festival dedicated to groundbreaking electronic music. With one evening of fixed media multi-channel sound works and three nights of live performances featuring a diverse cadre of internationally renowned and emerging composers. The festival will begin at Envelop SF, a next-generation immersive audio venue. This concert will present fixed media works by Amy X Neuburg, Jim O’Rourke and Italian duo My Cat Is An Alien. The festival continues with live performances Friday through Sunday at Brava Theater Center.
Friday, September 13
Fri 9/13 6:00 PM Design By Cosmic [115 Cooper St., Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz CA 95060]
Catherine Provenzano: “Pitch Correction Software and Vocal Ecology”
Musicologist Catherine Provenzano examines how pitch correction software Auto-Tune and Melodyne reify racial and gender stereotypes, including their development and use in US Top 40 and hip-hop music. Provenzano draws from interviews she conducted with software developers, audio engineers, music producers, and artists in Los Angeles, New York, Silicon Valley, and Germany. This event is part of a series of Digital Alchemy Talks at Design By Cosmic, probing the intellectual and ideological histories of art and technology.
Fri 9/13 7:30 PM Oakland Technical High School [4351 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94611 Auditorium Entrance on 42nd Street]
“Watershed” is a collection of six new pieces composed by Ted Allen for the Incendiary Cycle, an ongoing creative music project for four horns, electronics and percussion. The Incendiary Cycle is an evolving set of reflections on the dynamic relationships between people, industry, and nature in California.
Fri 9/13 8:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Fri 9/13 8:00 PM Brava Theater Center [2781 24th St, San Francisco, CA]
SFEMF announces its 20th Anniversary Festival dedicated to groundbreaking electronic music. With one evening of fixed media multi-channel sound works and three nights of live performances featuring a diverse cadre of internationally renowned and emerging composers, the festival will begin at Envelop SF, a next-generation immersive audio venue and continue at Brava Theater Center with live performances Friday through Sunday. Friday evening artists: Maggi Payne, Joel St. Julien, and MSHR.