Serving the San Francisco Bay Area New Music Community

Tue, Feb 18 2020 4:00 PM


It is incredibly exciting to have instrument inventor, improviser and installation artist Bryan Day at the program this week! He has made appearances and traveled around the globe with his installations. You may know him from his solo performances as Sistrum and Eloine and in the Shelf Life and Seeded Plain ensembles. Will he perform with his Whiskerphone, Rotowhisker, Sonic Marionette, Sound Mouse, Junk Kalimba or Circuit Bending? Tune in to find out!


Bryan Day is a sonic adventurer, painter and inventor of curious things based in the East Bay. Using scavenged electronics, repurposed mechanical components, and amplified materials that you might find in your garage or your great uncle's office, he re-imagines them into constructivist sound sculptures. Day has performed, taught workshops, and built sound installations across Europe, Asia and the Americas. He spends his days designing, building and fixing exhibits at the Exploratorium and Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco.

More about Bryan Day at: http://www.bryanday.net

Listen live at: http://kzsu.stanford.edu/live/
Podcast: http://rduckshow.podomatic.com/

Sound Wheels is a weekly radio expedition, performing musical sculpting live in studio. Every show is handcrafted before your very ears to absorb your day and show it to you inverted, upside down and from the inside out. Look to guests and your show host for curated music selections and live performance
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