Lou Rogai


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November 11, 2019

LOU ROGAI SHARES CATHEDRAL: AN EXPERIMENTAL ELEGY FOR CHAMBER ENSEMBLE IN 3 MOVEMENTS | COMPOSITION OUT NOW VIA VERIDITAS RECORDINGS | AVAILABLE ON 12" VINYL + CD HERE

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BIOGRAPHY

Lou Rogai is an artist and composer. He has fronted the group Lewis & Clarke since 2003, producing a signature sound of long-form songwriting. The music documentary series Shaking Through detailed Rogai’s mission and process in 2014. His work has been lauded by major music publications and in heavy rotation on NPR's All Things Considered for over a decade. He became immersed in the instrumental aspect of story-telling during the process of scoring The Wreck (2014) while creating orchestral arrangements for his songs.  His first string quartet, Implications in D Major (2018), was featured on WNYC’s New Sounds. He has recently scored two shorts, Essere Amato and City of Shells, and is currently at work writing, collaborating, and producing. The first two movements of his latest composition, Cathedral, debuted at COToA 2019 in the form of a quartet and octet with two voices, respectively. He lives and works in Pennsylvania, USA, near a river between two mountains.

Lou Rogai is an artist and composer. He has fronted the group Lewis & Clarke since 2003, producing a signature sound of long-form songwriting. The music documentary series Shaking Through detailed Rogai’s mission and process in 2014. His work has been lauded by major music publications and in heavy rotation on NPR’s All Things Considered for over a decade. He became immersed in the instrumental aspect of story-telling during the process of scoring The Wreck (2014) while creating orchestral arrangements for his songs.  His first string quartet, Implications in D Major (2018), was featured on WNYC’s New Sounds. He has recently scored two shorts, Essere Amato and City of Shells, and is currently at work writing, collaborating, and producing. The first two movements of his latest composition, Cathedral, debuted at COToA 2019 in the form of a quartet and octet with two voices, respectively. He lives and works in Pennsylvania, USA, near a river between two mountains.

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