Tuesday, Oct 27, 2015 6:00p -
541 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116
On Tuesday, October 27th, 2015 from 6:00PM - 8:00PM, The Beehive's co-owner and resident curator Jennifer Epstein presents the 21stinstallment in The Beehive's continuing art series entitled Sting! 21: Kind of Blue. Inspired by the Miles Davis/John Coltaine album "Kind of Blue", an album many regard as not only jazz's greatest record, but one of the most influential albums ever recorded, the work included in The Beehive's 21st art exhibition is similarly cool, romantic and melancholic as the album and of course gorgeously blue. Phil Grenadier will join The Beehive on stage and play a special tribute to "Kind of Blue" in this not to be missed evening of art, food and music.
The Beehive's ongoing Sting! series always signifies the launch of a new art installation at The Beehive. The opening of each exhibition highlights the many facets of The Beehive concept bringing together great live entertainment, delicious food & libation specials along with amazing art! For this 21st installment, Jennifer Epstein worked with four local galleries, Carroll and Sons, Center Street Studios, Miller Yezerski Gallery and Steven Zevitas Gallery, to curate this one-of-a-kind show.
Sting! XXI: FEATURING THE WORK OF:
David X. Levine
Performance by Phil Grenadier Trio:
Make an evening of it with great food, cool art, and a special live musical performance by Phil Grenadier playing the iconic Miles Davis/John Coltrane album “Kind of Blue.” Boston-based Grenadier has made sideman appearances on albums by Bob Belden, Owen Howard, Harvey Wainapel, Bob Nieske, and Melissa Kassel. His debut recording, Sweet Transients, was released in 2000. The album documents Grenadier's highly developed improvisational and band-leading skills, as well as his connections with fine young players such as Seamus Blake, Ethan Iverson, and Bill Stewart.
WHERE: The Beehive, 541 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116 | P. 617.423.0069
WHEN: Tuesday, October 27th, 2015 from 6:00PM - 8:00PM.
INFO: No cover charge, cash bar. Dinner reservations recommended.