Jupiter Nights: Cleo Reed / Rose Stoller

June 20

2024

FOOD 7 PM / MUSIC 8PM

At the Basilica Gallery Building 
110 South Front Street, Hudson, NY 12534 (right next to the main building on our campus)

Food by Local 111 | Art by Kirby Krone

$12 Advance / $15 Day-of-Show

$10 tickets available to Hudson locals. Email info@basilicahudson.org to get the code

JUPITER NIGHTS – Basilica’s summer series returns for its third year of unmissable live music, transformative art, ridiculously good food, and all the best of summer in the Hudson Valley.

Cleo Reed

Cleo Reed is a sound composer, performer, and multi-disciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Their debut album Root Cause was released in early 2023 with an exclusive vinyl release from Vinyl Me Please and support from Bandcamp, Pitchfork, The Wire, and OkayPlayer, amongst others. In tandem with their debut, Cleo presented a self-directed performance art piece titled Black American Circusas a part of BRIC’s Artist-In-Residence program. Cleo has since performed the Black American Circus at Afropunk and the Brooklyn Museum. Cleo has worked with Jon Batiste, developing software instruments for his American Symphony at Carnegie Hall. Cleo is a recipient of the 2022 NYC Women’s Fund for Media Music and Theatre, a fellow as a part of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s Jazz is NOW: Curatorial Fellowship, a selected composer as a part of the International Contemporary Ensemble’s “Call For ____” Commission Program, as well as a fellow in One Beat‘s global residency tour program. Cleo is an alumni of Harlem School of The Arts and a graduate of Berklee College of Music. At 19, Cleo Reed named themselves after Cleophus, their great-grandmother and a fellow Aquarius. Whether underground or academic, experimental or popular, they express musicianship guided by their radiance, femininity, and cyclical traumas.

Rose Stoller

Rose Stoller is a New York based multidisciplinary artist. In her original music, she is a delicate songwriter who merges an influence of contemporary jazz, R&B, Laurel Canyon folk rock, Brazilian Popular Music, and ambient soundscapes into a corner of her own. Sometimes whimsical, romantic, often somber or daring, Rose crafts songs like a mandala to be seen and slowly swept away. Live acoustic EP with Guava Records is out now.