Friday, Apr 23, 2021 7:30p -
Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation
154 Moody St.
$suggested donation $15 to $20
Music, Virtual & Streaming
Two creative people from two different artistic mediums will come together for the first time for an adventurous collaboration combining sound, movement, and digital video projection.
Charlie Kohlhase, one of the stalwarts of the Boston jazz scene for well over 20 years and someone who has significantly contributed to the local jazz scene both as a performer and a radio host. He fronts Charlie Kohlhase's Explorer's Club and is also a long-time member of Either/Orchestra and the Makanda Project. From avant garde to modern creative post-bop, Charlie is an energetic force in the jazz community. http://www.charliekohlhase.com/
Charlie Kohlhase solo saxophone https://vimeo.com/537849426
His collaborator for the evening, Callie Chapman, is one of the most exciting and expressive improv dancers in the Boston area. She is also a highly regarded digital video projection designer and a tireless advocate for the arts community. www.calliechapman.com www.zoedance.org
Callie Chapman short performance clip ...
This bodes to be an illuminating night of creative exchange.
The performance is taking place live in the museum and is viewable on YouTube, Facebook, as well as the the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation's website at the following links ...
The Boiler House Jazz Series is made possible by your voluntary financial support. Please give what you can. Any amount will be appreciated.
All donations are shared equally by the ARTISTS, the MUSEUM, and DINE AID WALTHAM, a fundraising effort to support the local restaurant community.
The Boiler House Jazz Series is underwritten in part by JazzGeneration, a project of KeyedUp.org