Join us for a special Drift: Neuro-Meditation sound bath experience in one of San Francisco’s most unique sound spaces, Audium. On December 11th at 7pm we’ll explore neurofeedback composition and discuss how this 50+ year old, science based art form, can be used to profoundly improve our meditation and relaxation practices. Joshua W Bruner will perform meditative music by sonifying his brainwaves while you sit back and enjoy the immersive soundscape. You may choose to meditate in your own way or you can simply listen and observe as if it’s a normal concert.
Tickets $20 - Refunds up to 48 hrs before event
“Beginning in the late 1950’s, Stan Shaff’s early work with tape compositions and with live performance led to a growing conviction that space was an inherent dimension of music. For the past nearly half-century, his pursuit has been the discovery, exploration and development of this spatial musical dimension, which Stan and co-creator, Doug McEachern (original systems and equipment designer) named AUDIUM. AUDIUM creates a new vocabulary for the field of music. It is a physically accessible medium for composer and tape performer, and a three-dimensional, spatial musical experience for the listener. Through the years, from early performance spaces to the current theatre, different combinations of words have been used in an attempt to capture the essence of the medium of spatial sound-performance in a controlled environment: AUDIUM: a sound-space continuum; sound-sculptured space; a spatial sound environment; a theatre of sound.”