In House @ UOTS

Date: June 23, 2011
Time: 7:00 pm

THU. JUNE 23  7:00PM  UNIVERSITY OF THE STREETS
7th floor apartment
130 e 7th st. New York, NY 10009

In House

A mobile sound installation meets house concert
The composers of thingNY have created a program of new musical meditations on the rooms of the common home. Blending improvisation with experimental and classical music, these new works will be performed in the kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms and bedrooms of historically- and culturally-significant homes as visitors roam through them.

For more information, visit: http://www.thingny.com/inhouse/

GET INVOLVED: Now you can host your own avant-garde house concert while supporting new music. Host a performance of In House at your house. That’s five new works of experimental classical music specifically performed for you, interpreting the architecture and decor of your rooms – be it a small apartment or a historic mansion. Gather your buddies. We’ll bring the sounds. Please contact Erin Rogers, Development Director, at rogers.erin@gmail.com to find out how to sponsor a performance.

April 23, 2011

In House: a Sound Installation – thingNY is coming to your house!

Date: June 18, 2011
Time: 2:00 pm

A Sound Installation

SAT. JUNE 18  2:00PM  QUEENS HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Located in the Historic Kingsland Homestead
Weeping Beech Park 143-135 37th Avenue Flushing, NY 11354

In House

A mobile sound installation meets house concert
The composers of thingNY have created a program of new musical meditations on the rooms of the common home. Blending improvisation with experimental and classical music, these new works will be performed in the kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms and bedrooms of historically- and culturally-significant homes as visitors roam through them.

For more information, visit: http://www.thingny.com/inhouse/

GET INVOLVED: Now you can host your own avant-garde house concert while supporting new music. Host a performance of In House at your house. That’s five new works of experimental classical music specifically performed for you, interpreting the architecture and decor of your rooms – be it a small apartment or a historic mansion. Gather your buddies. We’ll bring the sounds. Please contact Erin Rogers, Development Director, at rogers.erin@gmail.com to find out how to sponsor a performance.

September 26, 2010

Introducing…. New Thread Quartet!

Date: June 13, 2011
Time: 8:30 pm

On June 13th at 8:30pm, the New Thread Saxophone Quartet (Justin Marks, Kristen McKeon, Erin Rogers, Geoff Landman) will be giving their debut concert at the South Oxford Space in Brooklyn, NY.

(Admission – $10)

South Oxford Space

138 South Oxford Street
Brooklyn, New York

Founded in 2011 in New York City, the New Thread Saxophone Quartet is committed to the creation and performance of saxophone quartet repertoire from New York’s burgeoning new music scene. Members of the ensemble are active as composers, performers, and educators and hold degrees from the most prestigious conservatories and music schools in the US and Europe.

The quartet will present works by György Ligeti, Thierry Escaich, as well as a work by the quartet’s own Erin Rogers. In addition, there will be solo works performed by New Thread’s soprano saxophonist, Geoffrey Landman, written by Christian Lauba, Alfred Desenclos, and Yoshihisa Taira.

For more information on Geoff and New Thread, please visit Geoff’s website: http://www.geoffreylandman.com/

To view our facebook event page, click here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=152884328113184

June 4, 2011

Sweet Soubrette @ Southpaw

Date: June 8, 2011
Time: 8:00 pm

A big rock show from Sweet Soubrette! This will be Sweet Soubrette’s last big band show for a little while, so we’re making it special.

Southpaw

125 Fifth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY

Sweet Soubrette will have NINE band members onstage for this one. Our auxiliary band members appeared in the big release show back in January and on our NYC tour stop in April, and we’re excited to be reunited: New Orleans keyboard player Patrick Cronin, local rockstar Stacy Rock singing backup, and a horn section made up of the Hungry March Band’s John Waters and Cecil Scheib along with ThingNY’s Erin Rogers. It will be a glorious sound.

The incredible Kelli Rae Powell will open the night with her band, and two other awesome acts, The NowhereNauts and Odetta Hartman, will follow us. You don’t want to miss this!!!

The show is open to audience members age 16 and up, so feel free to bring your little sister, your kid brother, your underage cousin, your secret love child, or your child bride.

8:00 Kelli Rae Powell (www.kelliraepowell.com)
9:00 Sweet Soubrette (www.sweetsoubrette.com)
10:00 The NowhereNauts (www.facebook.com/thenowherenauts)
11:00 Odetta Hartman

7:30 doors / $10 cover / 16+

Advance Tickets: http://tktwb.tw/mimBQO

To view the Facebook event page, click here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=212090962147479

June 4, 2011

TIME @ The Brick Theater

Date: May 14, 2011
Time: 9:00 pm

thingNY & Panoply Performance Laboratory present:

TIME: a complete explanation in three parts

Performances May 4, 5, 6 and 7 at 7pm and May 12, 13, and 14 at 9pm

The Brick Theater
575 Metropolitan Avenue
NY 11211
(L to Lorimer/G to Metropolitan)

tickets: $18 (not on sale until April)

A new theatrical multimedia work collaboratively written and performed by thingNY and the Panoply Performance Laboratory. The Panoply Performance Laboratory (PPL) is a performance co-operative formed by Esther Neff and Brian McCorkle. PPL creates music-driven, documentary-based performance works with a diverse array of collaborators, from all disciplines, fields, and walks of life. Additionally, PPL is dedicated to sustainable practices such as the use of recycled and found materials in their production of portable, low-budget “educational” performance art for a diverse audience. Read more about PPL here.

Visit the TIME page! http://www.thingny.com/time/

March 24, 2011