San Francisco Scene: June 20-26, 2021

Source: Bay Improviser.

Sunday, June 20
Sun 6/20 6:00 PM Sonic Sundays #12 ft. Actias & Toefood []
A monthly streaming event featuring one to two different artists: live performers or DJs – from the Sonic Alliance community, the Bay Area, and beyond! All genres and style welcome! Pre-recorded performances are sent to Fetz to process the video through analog visual hardware creating a unique visual collaboration to accompany their performance! Tune in, hang out, and discover new music! Experience pre-recorded audio visual performances while supporting up-and-coming artists from the community!

Sun 6/20 6:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Rova Sax Quartet’s first live performances since the Plague struck will be broadcast On The Airwaves by C4NM.

Thursday, June 24
Thu 6/24 5:30 PM Gray Area Art And Technology [2665 Mission St. SF]
Gray Area is excited to welcome everyone back with “Recombinant Rebound!”This special immersive experience features two decades of work created for the CineChamber, a 360° immersive environment of surround sound, cinema, and sensory strangeness.

Thu 6/24 9:00 PM Internet Streaming [Online]
Winston Tong | Lx Rudis | Andre Custodio
The trio of Winston Tong, Lx Rudis, and Andre Custodio perform music of an experimental nature on John the Baptist Day. In addition to Winston’s reading of his interpretation of Charles Baudelaire’s ‘The Flowers of Evil’, LX & André will perform as a duo. Expect the unexpected.

Friday, June 25
Fri 6/25 7:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Larry Ochs (saxophones) & Don Robinson (drums) celebrating the recent release of their second and definitive duo recording, A Civil Right.

Saturday, June 26
Sat 6/26 11:00 AM Internet Streaming [Online]
Franck Martin – Live from the studio, every Saturday at 11am PST, modular synthesizer, chat, news with Johno Wells

Sat 6/26 7:00 PM Canessa Gallery [708 Montgomery St SF]
For our first show in over a year we are presenting Los Angeles-based sound artist Erin Demastes on her mechanical sound inventions; S. Glass of BLE and GoES on objects, loops, and voice; and Pay Dirt, the duo of Victoria Shen and Bryan Day on homemade noisemakers.