14th Annual San Francisco Electronic Music Festival


  • Brava Theater Center 2781 24th Street San Francisco, CA, 94110 United States

14th Annual San Francisco Electronic Music Festival

September 13-15, 2013

The 14th Annual San Francisco Electronic Music Festival is returning to Brava Theater Center, Friday-Sunday, September 13-15, with a dizzying array of music and sound, featuring Navajo chamber music composer, Raven Chacon and Laetitia Sonami, performing a new work developed with early electronic music pioneer Eliane Radigue.
 
Find the full schedule for the festival here.


About SFEMF

The San Francisco Electronic Music Festival is an artist-run organization founded in 1999 by a committee of eight Bay Area electro-acoustic music and sound art practitioners. Its mission is to provide a highly visible public forum for the diverse community of composers and sound artists working with electronic-based technologies in the Bay Area. Designed as an annual multi-day event consisting of concerts, installations and discussions, the primary focus is on independent artists whose innovative aesthetics challenge academic and commercial standards. The Committee’s goals are long-term: to establish the festival as an annual presence in the Bay Area; to foster a greater sense of community among the diverse group of Bay Area sound artists; to stimulate the creation of new electronic sound works; to increase public awareness of new sound-based technologies and their creative applications; to raise the level of discourse surrounding music and sound-art; and to raise the national and international profile of the Bay Area as a center for electronic music and sound art.
Since the first festival in 2000, SFEMF has presented works that span the sonic spectra from ambient to rhythmic and atonal to melodic by participants ranging from new and emerging young artists to respected pioneers of the electronic music field. Each festival features artists working in a variety of modes including: laptop generated sound, processed live acoustic instruments, amplified found objects, projected video, improvisation, and performance art.