Noise Salon: The Climb Series, Vol 3, May 12, 8 PM, Green Kill Sessions
Noise Salon: Climb Series, Vol. 3 event will take place at Green Kill on Friday, May 12 at 8pm.
The Noise Salon: The Climb Series, Vol. 3 event will take place at Green Kill on May 12 at 8pm and will feature Jessica Pavone, Mike Pride, Chris Cochrane, Otto Kentrol, Zoots Houston, and Mark Shue. Scott Kent will be the sound engineer. Read more about this event below.
This event is a livestream production event open to a live audience of 30. The livestream is broadcast on the YouTube Channel. Tickets are 10 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/noise-salon-the-climb-series-vol-3-may-12-8-pm-green-kill-sessions-tickets-625652422237
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Live audience Ticket
People who wish to attend a performance reserve a Live Audience Ticket to attend the livestream event. Live audience ticket holders will also receive a link to watch on Youtube after the event.
In person audience is limited to 30.
Livestream ticket holders reserve a Livestream Ticket. They will receive a link for the livestream. This link is also good for watching the recorded event on Youtube.
Please consider helping the poets and Green Kill. These times are hard for performance spaces.
Noise Salon: The Climb Series, Vol. 3 lineup for May 12
Noise Salon: The Climb Series is a new monthly curated improvised music event at Green Kill in Kingston hosted by underground musicians Mark Shue and Peter Aaron. A revived version of the Noise Salon series that Shue originated in Brooklyn in 2012, the salon is designed to bring musicians together from various communities and walks of life in order to perform a spontaneous improvisational collaborative performance as an ensemble. The exercise will explore what happens when a group is put together to create a piece of music on the spot.
Mike Pride (drums)
Mike Pride was in hardcore punk legends MDC and leads the bands From Bacteria to Boys, Drummer’s Corpse, and I Hate Work. He has also performed with Anthony Braxton, Nels Cline, John Zorn, Boredoms, Eugene Chadbourne, Milford Graves, Marc Ribot, and many others.
Jessica Pavone (violin)
New York-based violinist, violist, and experimental composer Jessica Pavone performs with guitarist Mary Halvorson and has been part of ensembles led by Anthony Braxton, Henry Threadgill, and Matthew Welch. Her music has been released by Tzadik, Thirsty Ear, and other labels.
Chris Cochrane (guitar)
Chris Cochrane (No Safety, Curlew, Collapsible Shoulder, Alphawhore, Church of Betty) has played with Thurston Moore, Zeena Parkins, John Zorn, Marc Ribot, Billy Martin, Eszter Balint, James Chance, Mike Patton, Henry Kaiser, and many others.
Otto Kentrol (saxophone)
Otto Kentrol AKA Bill Ylitalo, a long-time staple of both the New York City and Hudson Valley scenes, has led his own groups and played with acts like Swans, Swollen Monkeys, Artless, Appliances SFB, God is My Copilot, Karl Berger’s Creative Music Studio Orchestra, and Faceless.
Zoots Houston (pedal steel guitar)
A paragon of the Chicago and local improvisational music scenes, multi-instrumentalist Zoots Houston performs with the band Rider/Horse and has recorded and performed with Fred Lonberg-Holm, Derek Baron, Brent Gutzeit, and other artists. He also runs a tattoo shop in Kingston.
Mark Shue (bass)
Mark Shue is the bassist of indie rock band Guided By Voices and the guitarist and leader of New York bands Beech Creeps and Chomper. He is creator of the Noise Salon series, which he now co-curates with Peter Aaron.
The next Noise Salon event at Green Kill will take place on June 10. Lineups and future dates TBA. For further information, see links below:
Scott Kent, Sound Engineer
Scott Kent originally came to Woodstock in 1988 to work for Bearsville Studios. He taught guitar at Abrams Music and the Kingston Conservatory of Music before moving to San Diego in 1993. He taught Band and Orchestra for San Diego Unified School District for 18 years and returned to Mt. Tremper in 2016. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music and a Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from San Diego State University.