Scott Roller

Musician / Educator

Rollermusic on Bandcamp

Posted on 2019 06 11 in Audio, Collaborations, Rollermusic

Yesterday, Scott Roller’s personal label, rollermusic went online with the first release: Music for & with Christine Brunel (2006-2013), a collection of six pieces for cello taken from two different shows that Scott developed with the French dancer Christine Brunel, who passed on 27 April 2017. This album is dedicated to her.

A wide variety of tracks and albums are in preparation for release on rollermusic in the coming months.

Cover: Music for/with Christine Brunel
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In einem Boot – Freie Bühne Stuttgart (Music: SR+Mazen Mohsen)

Posted on 2019 05 6 in Collaborations

Two performances of IN EINEM BOOT in May 2019:

24 May 2019: 8 p.m.
St. Maria Church [Tübinger Straße 36, 70178 Stuttgart]
Reservations: 0179 6485447, mail@freiebuehnestuttgart.de
Tickets: €15,- / €12,- / €1,-

25 May 2019, 8 p.m.
Café Zart [Hobrechtstr. 43-47, 12047 Berlin – Kreuzberg]
Reservations: 0179 6485447, mail@freiebuehnestuttgart.de
Tickets: €10

IN EINEM BOOT (In A Boat) is a collaboration with: Mazen Ragheb Mohsen (Syria – Oud/Guitar/Voice), Ramin Khoshbin (author/actor), Kathrin Heuer (direction), and Ismene Schell (production, actress) for the FREI BÜHNE STUTTGART which opened on 01 Feb 2018 in the Theater La Lune in Stuttgart.

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Fjutscherdeutsch, 2015/16 – w/ Timo Brunke

Posted on 2016 02 6 in Audio, Collaborations, iOS, SR Compositions

2016_Fjutscherdeutsch_In December 2010 several mutual friends brought Scott together with the multi-faceted brilliant German Spoken-word artist and poet Timo Brunke as EmCees for an awards event at the Theaterhaus Stuttgart, and they have since collaborated intensely on a variety of projects  – most notably two full-length two-man shows: Der Übergang des Abendlandes, 2011 (The Transition of the Western World – a commission from the Theaterhaus, Stuttgart) and Ein Abend mit dem Herrn Sensenmann, 2013 (An Evening with the Grim Reaper – a commission of the Palliative Care Network).

Now there is FJUTSCHERDEUTSCH –
Timo Brunkes Texte treffen auf Scott Rollers iOS-Musik.

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