On View – Kamratōn in Brooklyn – POSTPONED

Date: January 30, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm

POSTPONED – due to COVID. Check back for updated schedule.

Kamratōn in NYC
January 30, 2022, 7pm
Scholes Street Studio
375 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY

Curtis Rumrill: In This Styrofoam Room
Yaz Lancaster: pearl, eels, 2178, and bootlace
Michele Cheng: Cultural Spacesuit
Erin Rogers: On View
Anna Louise-Walton: Basket of Figs

October 25, 2021

FSU: Festival of New Music with Pamela Z & Int Contemporary

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


Kuersteiner Music Building, Opperman Music Hall
114 North Copeland Street
Tallahassee, FL, 32304

Members of the International Contemporary Ensemble join composer Pamela Z in Florida State University’s celebration of new music.

This concert, one of six associated with the 20th Biennial Festival of New Music, will feature compositions and performances by the Ensemble and Pamela Z, including The Unraveling for string quartet, voice, and electronics (feat. Pamela Z and the Burgin String Quartet, the College of Music’s resident student quartet), and Four Movements for solo cello and electronics (feat. Pamela Z with Professor of Cello Gregory Sauer). Works by Brittany J. Green, Mario Diaz de Leon, Niloufar Nourbakhsh, and Anna Thorvaldsdottir will also be performed by members of the Ensemble and FSU Faculty/Students.

Members of the Ensemble will also be reading through FSU composer works on February 3rd.

Tickets for this event are $10 general admission and may be purchased online at tickets.music.fsu.edu.

The Florida Board of Governors and Florida State University expect masks to be worn by all individuals in all FSU facilities. Dates, locations and times are subject to change based on University and CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19.


Mario Diaz de Leon: Mysterium (2016)
Brittany J. Green: Intersections (2017)
Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Sequences (2015)
Niloufar Nourbakhsh: Firing Squad (2018)
Pamela Z: Twenty Answers (2007)


Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who works primarily with voice, live electronic processing, sampled sound, and video. A pioneer of live digital looping techniques, she processes her voice in real time to create dense, complex sonic layers. Her solo works combine experimental extended vocal techniques, operatic bel canto, found objects, text, digital processing, and wireless MIDI controllers that allow her to manipulate sound with physical gestures. In addition to her solo work, she has been commissioned to compose scores for dance, theatre, film, and chamber ensembles including Kronos Quartet, Eighth Blackbird, the Bang on a Can All Stars, Ethel, and San Francisco Contemporary Music Players. Her interdisciplinary performance works have been presented at venues including The Kitchen (NY), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF), REDCAT (LA), and MCA (Chicago), and her installations have been presented at such exhibition spaces as the Whitney (NY), the Diözesanmuseum (Cologne), and the Krannert (IL). Pamela Z has toured extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Japan. She has performed in numerous festivals including Bang on a Can (New York), Interlink (Japan), Other Minds (San Francisco), La Biennale di Venezia (Italy), Dak’Art (Sénégal) and Pina Bausch Tanztheater Festival (Wuppertal, Germany). She’s a recipient of numerous awards including the Rome Prize, United States Artists, a Robert Rauschenberg Foundation residency, the Guggenheim, the Doris Duke Artist Impact Award, Herb Alpert Award, an Ars Electronica honorable mention, and the NEA Japan/US Friendship Commission Fellowship. She holds a music degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder. www.pamelaz.com


Isabel Lepanto Gleicher, flute
Michelle Farah, oboe
Joshua Nathan Rubin, clarinet
Erin Rogers, saxophone
Rebekah Heller, bassoon
Ross Karre, electronics

January 27, 2022

Premiere of “Passage” Gabi Vanek (bassoon) + Daniel Schreiner (piano) – Denison University, OH

Date: February 12, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm

Saturday, February 12, 2022 // 7pm
Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts – Burke Recital Hall
240 W Broadway
Granville, OH 43023

Denison University Department of Music presents a concert of newly composed music by Lilac Atassi, Ramin Roshandel, Christine Burke, Erin Rogers, and Zachery S. Meier performed by Ligament Duo (Anika Kildegaard and Will Yager), Daniel Schreiner, and Gabi Vanek. This concert is supported by the 2021-2022 New Music on the Point’s Alumni Concert Series.

Campus and community audiences will be subject to Denison COVID restrictions and guidelines in place at the time.

More information + tickets: HERE

January 9, 2022

Popebama // line upon line Winter Composer Festival // Austin, TX

Date: February 18, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm

Line Upon Line’s Winter Composer Festival
featuring guest faculty: Popebama

to Fri

Concert: Friday, February 18, 7pm
Mostly Popebama, with short sets by Aaron Cassidy and line upon line.

5305 Bolm Road #12
Austin, TX 78721

Featuring works by Erin Rogers, Dennis Sullivan and Rick Burkhardt.
More info HERE
Tickets HERE

December 20, 2021

CARNEGIE HILL CONCERTS presents: Erin Rogers & Popebama

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



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

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

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


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