Bjork is finally making her way to the SF Bay Area and SF Station wants to give you two tickets to her upcoming live show on May 28th.

photo: Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Unlike a typical concert, each venue has been arranged to give fans an intimate, in-the-round experience. Each show will also bring many one-of-a-kind instruments including four ten-foot pendulum harps, twin musical Tesla coils and a MIDI-controlled pipe organ. NPR called the show “a lesson in the scientific art of music, and how limitless it can be.”

Enter here: http://on.fb.me/10e6v2W

In addition to her 3 local shows, Bjork will also bring her Biophilia Educational Program (in collaboration with the MOCA in LA) to the newly reopened Exploratorium in San Francisco.

“The Biophilia workshops are based on Bjork’s Biophlia app suite of music and interactive, education artifacts, and accompany the Biophilia live show…Students learn through hands-on participation, composition and collaboration and create new work. Participants acquire the tools to develop their musical imagination, and to make music in an impulsive and responsive way, inspired by structures and phenomena in the natural world…”

Find out more about the program here:

http://biophiliaeducational.org/

Watch Biophilia Education Program – An Introduction