Tim Hinck brings Aaron Roche to the Easy Lemon for a “happening” at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10. The Lemon, located at 1440 Adams St., sits behind the landmark “Primary Color” houses on East Main. The Lemon’s “loft shows” are intended to provide 15-30 minute doses of artistic stimulation and sometimes a wine-enhanced dialogue aftewards, according to its website. Admission is $5 at the door.
Last month, Hinck’s “Composition for Two Performers” featured Tyler Shepherd, who is principle bassist for the Chattanooga Symphony. Hinck currently has an interest in composing for performers because he can produce an expansive piece using parameters beyond those typically involved with more standard compositions.
Roche currently resides in Brooklyn, N.Y., having moved there from Nashville, and he has lately been working with Steve Moore.
Friday’s event promises much of interest, with both sight and sound environments combining with audience interaction. Hinck and Roche are comfortable with each other, and this kind of interaction frees creativity.
Aaron Roche “happening”
8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10
1440 Adams St.