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Hahn Rowe: This Time

Friday, April 19, 20248:00 pm
$25 advance$30 doors$20 Student/Senior (w/ ID, Senior 65+)doors 7pm

Composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Hahn Rowe has developed a uniquely personal sonic language, traversing a wide array of musical terrains and weaving them into ever-shifting, polymorphic soundscapes. At home in the studio as well as in the performance arena, he has worked to break down the barriers between traditional musical performance, sound art, and physical theater.

Expanding upon the ideas explored in his Columbia School of the Arts commission, “Something About the Weather” (2023), Rowe will present new work with Doug Wieselman.

Hahn Rowe violin, guitar, electronics
Doug Wieselman clarinet, guitar

A livestream will be available free of charge at 8pm on the day of the performance and archived for future viewing. Watch below or on YouTube.


As an engineer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Hahn Rowe (violin, guitar, electronics) has worked with Hugo Largo (2 albums on Brian Eno’s “LAND/OPAL” imprint), David Byrne, Anohni (Anohni and the Johnsons), Glenn Branca, Swans, R.E.M., and Yoko Ono, among many others. He is currently active as a composer for the stage, film, and the visual arts.
Doug Wieselman has worked with a variety of artists in different fields – from composing for theater, dance, film as well as being a player and arranger for many diverse musical artists. Collaborations include Antony and the Johnsons, Laurie Anderson, CocoRosie, John Lurie, Jerome Robbins, Robert Woodruff, and Hal Willner. He has co-led Kamikaze Ground Crew for over 30 years, leads his trio – Trio S, with ‘cellist Jane Scarpantoni and drummer Kenny Wollesen, and has released a solo clarinet record – “From Water” based on melodies he has heard from bodies of water. He also was co-composer for the Nickelodeon children animated show The Backyardigans in association with Evan Lurie. Last year he released a record, “WA- Zoh,” based on and inspired by bird songs.

Hahn Rowe: This Time

Friday, April 19, 20248:00 pm
$25 advance$30 doors$20 Student/Senior (w/ ID, Senior 65+)doors 7pm

Composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Hahn Rowe has developed a uniquely personal sonic language, traversing a wide array of musical terrains and weaving them into ever-shifting, polymorphic soundscapes. At home in the studio as well as in the performance arena, he has worked to break down the barriers between traditional musical performance, sound art, and physical theater.

Expanding upon the ideas explored in his Columbia School of the Arts commission, “Something About the Weather” (2023), Rowe will present new work with Doug Wieselman.

Hahn Rowe violin, guitar, electronics
Doug Wieselman clarinet, guitar

A livestream will be available free of charge at 8pm on the day of the performance and archived for future viewing. Watch below or on YouTube.


As an engineer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Hahn Rowe (violin, guitar, electronics) has worked with Hugo Largo (2 albums on Brian Eno’s “LAND/OPAL” imprint), David Byrne, Anohni (Anohni and the Johnsons), Glenn Branca, Swans, R.E.M., and Yoko Ono, among many others. He is currently active as a composer for the stage, film, and the visual arts.
Doug Wieselman has worked with a variety of artists in different fields – from composing for theater, dance, film as well as being a player and arranger for many diverse musical artists. Collaborations include Antony and the Johnsons, Laurie Anderson, CocoRosie, John Lurie, Jerome Robbins, Robert Woodruff, and Hal Willner. He has co-led Kamikaze Ground Crew for over 30 years, leads his trio – Trio S, with ‘cellist Jane Scarpantoni and drummer Kenny Wollesen, and has released a solo clarinet record – “From Water” based on melodies he has heard from bodies of water. He also was co-composer for the Nickelodeon children animated show The Backyardigans in association with Evan Lurie. Last year he released a record, “WA- Zoh,” based on and inspired by bird songs.