Saturday, January 6th – 8:00pm
Fire Museum Presents:
gabby fluke-mogul (NYC)
milarepa dorji (Maine)
Sonali Singh (Philly)
Tickets $10–$20 at the door
or reserve here in advance
Studio 34 is pleased to team up with Fire Museum Present for an evening of new music in the lounge, featuring three innovators from all over the Eastern Seaboard:
gabby fluke-mogul is a New York based violinist, improviser, composer, educator, organizer, and doula. fluke-mogul weaves within the threads of avant and free jazz with deep roots in improvised and experimental music. Their playing has been described as “embodied, visceral, and virtuosic” and “the most striking sound in improvised music in years.” gabby is humbled to have collaborated with Nava Dunkelman, Joanna Mattrey, Ava Mendoza, Charles Burnham, Fred Frith, Luke Stewart, Zeena Parkins, Tcheser Holmes, Mara Rosenbloom, William Parker, and the late Pauline Oliveros among many other musicians, poets, dancers, and visual artists. fluke-mogul is a Roulette 2023 Jerome Artist in Residence.
milarepa dorji is an improviser from Maine who always brings an eclectic sensibility to their music, whether solo or in groups.
Sonali Singh: From busking on Broad street to drumming in a darkened cemetery, Sonali lets themselves be swept into the madness and passion of Philadelphia’s creative and improvisation scene with handsome bassoon sidekick in tow. They ache to soothe hurt souls, much like theirs, on this shared journey. Through foundations of music therapy and the power of improvisation, Sonali hopes to foster a sense of community, nurturing and…aaand…aaand…you get it. “Make music with me. Make joy with me. Make space for grief, anger, loss, and pain with me. Or let’s scream for no reason!”
Accessibility statement: Located on the 2nd floor up a steep flight of stairs.