Residency Unlimited

Sha & Stuart Bogie, Live on Governors Island

Left: Sha, photo by Ba Berger; Right: Stuart Bogie

Saturday May 20, 2023 | 3:00-5:00pm

KODA/RU House, #404B Colonels Row | Click here for access to Governors Island

Join us on a Saturday afternoon for a live event in the unique setting of Governors Island where composers Sha and Stuart Bogie will perform solo sets and present their brand new bassclarinet duo. Residency Unlimited (RU) is currently hosting Sha’s residency in New York.

“While the very idea of a solo performance might evoke images of an internal monologue, these musicians reach outwards and their work is about the hidden space around us, as defined by the sounds we make. Echolocation for emotion, if you will!”   -Tobias Lambrecht

Click below to see images from the performance

Sha & Stuart Bogie, Live on Governors Island


Born in Bern/Switzerland, Sha is a multi-reedist and composer who lives where the music takes him. Since 2004 he has played worldwide tours with Nik Bärtschs’ Ronin, Nik Bärtsch’s Mobile and The Legendary Lightness. He has been composing for his own groups Sha’s Banryu and Sha’s Feckel and collaborated with dance and theater projects at Opernhaus Zürich, Gessneralle and VorOrt. In 2021 he released his first solo record Monbijou, recorded in the vast hollow interior of the box girder bridge Monbijou in Bern.

Composer and performer Stuart Bogie was born in Evanston, Illinois. He studied for 6 Years with Gary Onstad and at the Music Center of the North Shore before attending Interlochen Art Academy and the University of Michigan. He is the recipient of a Meet the Composer grant and he composed the score for the Oscar nominated documentary How To Survive a Plague, featuring performances by the Kronos Quartet. He has written for film, television, commercials, and the stage. He has released 12 albums as leader. Click here to watch a performance by Stuart Bogie.


Sha’s residency is made possible with support from the Canton of Berne Office of Culture / Cultural Promotion.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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