Milwaukee based musicians Rob Collier and Ben Aguilar mark Chase Public as one of the venues for their geographically explorational and context inclusive, evolutionary composition «Music in Transparent Layers.» Collier and Aguilar will record each performance as they tour the midwest and then play the recordings at each subsequent show as they add a new layer live. Thus, every performance is a unique stage in the development of the piece over the course of 11 evenings in 11 separate venues.
Joining the travelers, performances by local percussionist Zach Larabee and synthesizer Andrew Eleban.
Rob Collier — is a composer and performer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Recordings of Rob’s compositions have been released on Capstone Records, auralgamiSOUNDS, Unlabel, WM Recordings, and Greed Recordings. He has collaborated with filmmakers, choreographers, visual artists, producers, and performers in a wide variety of genres. Rob earned his DMA in Music Composition at the University of Maryland in 2010. He holds a BA from Bellarmine University and an MM from the University of Louisville. His composition teachers include Steve Rouse, Mark Wilson, and Richard Burchard. He teaches music theory at Alverno College in Milwaukee.
Zach Larabee — is a percussionist based in Cincinnati, Ohio. He performs both improvised and composed material in a variety of styles and genres. He received his Masters in Percussion from The University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music. In addition to his solo work, Larabee performs with the experimental sound trio “Knee Play” and the rock and roll bands “Sky Hank and Heady Weed” and “Blossom Hall.” Above all else, he believes that making music should be fun, and that everyone should get to define that for themselves.
Andrew Elaban — is a Cincinnati musician exploring texture and sound, and his preferred vehicle is a modular synthesizer.
— Chase Public
2868 Colerain Ave
Cincinnati OH 45225
Saturday, July 21st
BYOB, respectfully. Disrespectful B will be shunned with great contempt.