Alec Goldfarb: Album Release // Scholes Street

Date: April 5, 2022
Time: 7:30 pm

What Grieves Frenzy Drown’d – Album Release

Tuesday, April 5 @7pm
Scholes Street Studio
375 Lorimer St, Brooklyn NY
Door $15

Alec Goldfarb
Erin Rogers
Marina Kifferstein
Mat Muntz
Carrie Frey

 

March 28, 2022

Fire Museum Presents SKYLIGHGHT @Icebox Philadelphia

Date: March 30, 2022
Time: 8:00 pm

Night three of Fire Museum Presents 21st Anniversary celebration!
ERIK RUIN’S OMINOUS CLOUD ENSEMBLE WITH GUESTS Gelsey Bell & Erin Rogers: SKYLIGHGHT

Wednesday, March 30, 2022 @ 8:00 PM
Icebox Project Space
1400 North American Street
Philadelphia, PA
FREE/Donations appreciated

RSVP HERE
More info + Reservations

November 28, 2021

CARNEGIE HILL CONCERTS presents: Erin Rogers & Popebama

Date: March 29, 2022
Time: 7:30 pm

CARNEGIE HILL CONCERTS PRESENTS:

ERIN ROGERS AND POPEBAMA

Church of the Advent Hope
111 E 87th StNew York, NY 10128

FREE
RSVP for in-person & streaming link HERE
More info + event page HERE
COVID-19 vaccination required for in-person attendance.

PROGRAM:
Set 1

Erin Rogers, saxophone

Selections from 2000 Miles by Erin Rogers

Fresh off the release of her second solo album from Relative Pitch Records, saxophonist Erin Rogers opens with a 20-min set, diving deep into the sonic underbelly of the instrument, uncovering a radiant world of curiosity and imagination. From human fragility to noisy virtuosity, Rogers forges an alternate voice for the saxophone, percussively blending tone with mechanism and melody with vocalization, gutturals and breath. Rogers will perform works from her recent solo release, 2000 Miles.

Set 2

Popebama:

Erin Rogers, Saxophone + Electronics
Dennis Sullivan, Percussion + Electronics
[title TBA] (2022) new work by Seong Ae Kim – program notes forthcoming
Basket Case by Erin Rogers

During a recent Popebama road trip, it became apparent through the constant dashboard drumming, that Dennis Sullivan knew the drum solos/fills to nearly every 90’s hit that landed on our randomized playlist. The drum fills in Green Day’s Basket Case (Dookie, 1994) are rhythmically simple, yet played at top speed present such a perfectly crisp noise, that the song deserves a 30-year anniversary tribute. Paired with 0-coast semi-mod desktop synth, FX pedals, a too-hot mic, and a catalog of soprano multiphonics, Basket Case attempts to embody its next-generation self.

[title TBA] (2022) new work by Dennis Sullivan – program notes forthcoming

 
January 28, 2022

Opening solo set + Jessica Pavone String Trio // Dimenna Center

Date: March 19, 2022
Time: 2:00 pm

Opening with a solo set followed by Jessica Pavone String Ensemble (trio)

Saturday, March 19th, 2:00pm
Benzaquen Hall
The DiMenna Center for Classical Music
450 West 37th St.
New York, NY 10018

Ticket link forthcoming.

February 9, 2022

Fire Over Heaven @ Outpost, Ridgewood

Date: March 17, 2022
Time: 7:30 pm

This month’s edition of Fire Over Heaven will be a special A/V presentation featuring sound and light works by Lindsay Packer & Lathan Hardy and a new ensemble piece by FOH perennial David First. Lindsay Packer’s work moves through the codes of filmmaking, architecture and the analog/digital spectrum with an improviser’s sensibility. Often drawing musicians and sound artists into dialogue with her real-time color/light/projection structures, she’s collaborated with FOH alum Anaïs Maviel and experimental electronics duo Fan Letters. Here she’ll be presenting a new iteration of her Viewfinders project with saxophonist and composer Lathan Hardy, who some FOH fans may remember from his work with the George Steeltoe Ensemble or collaborations with Sean Ali and Flin van Hemmen…David First will present a new piece entitled “Girders pt.1” which he describes as “an audio/visual exploration of just intonation and its ill-tempered opposites”, featuring members of his The Western Enisphere–Sam Kulik, Ian Douglas-Moore, and Danny Tunick–with special guest Erin Rogers. David First’s fascinating career has stretched from playing in Cecil Taylor’s large ensembles at the age of twenty to his late 70s noise punk band The Notekillers, on to a series of focused explorations of electronic music and instruments ranging from harmonica to sitar, which somehow bring us to his recent ensemble meditations on the inherent messiness of intonation and the ecstatic nature of long durations. A great night for the eyes and ears.

Once again, we’ll be requiring proof of vaccine and booster or negative covid PCR test result within the last 24 hours. Masking will also be required while inside. Our bar will remain closed for the time being but we will have water available. We’ll be limiting the audience to 30 so purchasing advanced tickets is highly recommended!

March 2, 2022