MAY 30, 8PM // $7 SUGGESTED DONATiON
An evening of music featuring ====
Big Bend’s primary songwriter is Nathan Phillips, an Ohio native. His mother–daughter of a 12-tone composer–wrote music and sang in operas and musicals in Mansfield, where Phillips grew up playing piano. Her voice is featured on Radish, Big Bend’s second release and first non-instrumental recording. In addition to his solo keyboard and vocal work, Phillips has supported bands like Julianna Barwick, Qasim Naqvi, and, as a member of Youngstown’s The Building, The War On Drugs.
a&h is the project of NYC-based, folk and ambient saxophonist/improviser, Craig Schenker. He’s collaborated in projects ranging from quiet musings of introspective chamber rock trio, Arclyte to minimalist accompaniment for Megan Chu’s dance choreography. An active member of instrumental noise group, Drunken Sufis, and one third of free-jazz trio, M/S/T, Schenker is completing a solo saxophone album fusing ambient soundscapes and folk traditions, recorded at a month-long residency in Marquette, Nebraska.
Guitar sounds from Charlottesville
$7 suggested donation