https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mission-hill-arts-festival-tickets-159251779359 THE YARD @ Tobin Community Center
1481 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02120
Art, Festivals & Fairs, Music
A SERIES OF EXCITING SUMMER EVENTS TO GATHER AND ENJOY A VARIETY OF ART FORMS AS WELL AS CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN THE ARTISTS AND THE AUDIENCE.
(Every other Saturday in July and August)
STEVE LANGONE and THE JINGA QUARTET
Steve Langone is an extraordinary drummer whose music versatility, awareness, and liveliness allows him to perform in many different genres of music and with a variety of artists.
A true improviser, his playing can be both unpredictably minimalist or powerfully introspective.
The Jinga Quartet is presenting a combination of Caribbean and South American rhythms.
He is always performing and recording, nationally and internationally, with artists such as George Garzone, Jerry Bergonzi, Rufus Reid, Miguel Zenon, Donny McCaslin, The NDR Bigband, Claudio Roditi, Bill Pierce, Antonio Sanchez, Leo Genovese, Avishai Cohen, Frank Lacy, Claudio Ragazzi, Luciana Souza, to name a few.
Follow Steve Langone at: www.SteveLangoneDrums.com
Steve Langone, drums
Fernando Huergo, bass
Ernesto Diaz, percussions
Maxim Lubarsky, keys
ART EXHIBIT by: NICHOLAS MILKOVICH
Nicholas Milkovich is a sculptor and engineer from the Chicago Suburbs. He is currently an MFA candidate in 3D Fine Arts at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
He draws inspiration from artists who work with rough and reused materials, such as Phyllida Barlow and El Anatsui.
His personal practice reflects the concept of the artifact. Whether a tool from an ancient society or a long forgotten religious relic, these objects command a sense of mystery through their material and age. In his own words: "I am interested in utilizing these qualities through manipulation of raw materials and implementing them."
Follow Nicholas Milkovich at: www.milkovichsculpture.com
ADVANCED TICKETS ARE REQUIRED and will be limited
Doors open 30 min ahead of starting time
Food and alcohol are not permitted
Masks are not required but strongly encouraged
You can bring your own chair
Performances may be canceled or rescheduled due to rain
A few words from the festival curator, Luisa Harris:
I would like to extend a very special and heartfelt thank you to YOU, the audience, because through your ticket purchase, attendance, and commitment to the arts and community, you are truly making the festival possible and treasured!
ARTS TALKS’ aim is to create ways to highlight the art side of every individual. This was the motivation for organizing the festival.
The MISSION HILL/FENWAY NEIGHBORHOOD TRUST's grant and endorsement demonstrates the high value and impact that neighborhood organizations can offer.
Please continue to support these organizations: your gift will create a ripple effect for generations to come!
And lastly, but certainly not least, I want to recognize a distinctive group of sponsors who have provided exceptional support for the festival:
CITY OF BOSTON CREDIT UNION
MISSION HILL MAIN STREETS
THE RECORD CO.
DAN VLAHOS DESIGN
EAST BOSTON SAVINGS BANK