The Bay Area's Creative Music Festival July 26 - August 1, 2015

Lx Rudis, Doug Lynner, Dmitri Nikolai SvistulaFriday July 31
Smooth, Stepped & Random
Lx Rudis - 5-panel Serge, Doug Lynner - The Mystery Serge and Cynthia modules, Dmitri Nikolai Sfcoa - custom built Serge Synthesizers

The San Francisco Serge Power Trio - Frequent Bay Area synthesizer solo performers Doug Lynner, Dmitri SFC and LX Rudis join for a special performance on California's own Synthesizer, the Serge.

Dmitri Sfcoa one half of Slope114 & co founder of The Church Of The Super Serge. The Serge Modular builder behind

Lx Rudis is an interdisciplinary media artist based in San Francisco, California. He has been active in both commercial and underground sectors in the San Francisco Bay Area since the early 1980s. Early contact with groups such as Tuxedomoon, The Units and SRL led to media work ranging from radio shows on NPR with members of negativland to commercial work for ABC affiliate KGO-TV and various corporate entities. since 1988, Mr. Rudis' work has been concentrated in the field of interactive computer entertainment. He was a charter member of SF's Virtual Reality Group and has lectured at Cyberarts and performed at the first Digital Be-In. He has lectured at the Computer Game Developer's Conference and several universities in California. He has worked in all areas of video game production and is named in the credits of over 40 video games from the early years of Atari.

An original demo artist for the Serge Company, Doug Lynner performs on the first commercial Serge. Of special note is Doug's Mystery Serge, an amazingly versatile analog modular synthesizer designed by West Coast synthesizer pioneer, Serge Tcherepnin. In addition to his avant-garde, experimental composition and music journalism, Doug is a pioneer in live rock performance with synthesizers and a founding member of the synth pop recording acts LEM, Mobius and Invisible Zoo.
Community Music Center
544 Capp Street @ 20th, San Francisco, CA
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Q&A Sessions 7:30 pm
Performances 8:15 pm

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