- Saturday, August 18, 8pm
- $14 STUDENTS
$24 DAY OF
- Dré Pavilion or Club B10
Musician Jaimeo Brown, performing with his ensemble, Transcendence, fuses jazz, hip-hop, and blues. Presented in confluence with Allison Janae Hamilton’s exhibition, Pitch, the evening included Brown’s provocative piece Work Songs — which sampled the sounds and music of unknown laborers. With songs of the jailhouse, the coal mine, and the gandy dancer, Brown argues that through music we can transcend oppression and the traditional constraints of creativity. Preferred ticket buyers were invited to a gallery tour and recital at 3pm.
What to Expect:
If the weather cooperates this event will be outside. Preferred seating will be located at the front of the venue. All preferred ticket holders receive free museum admission on the day of or day after the show. Delicious food will available before the show at our in-house cafe Lickety Split, and the full bar will flow all night.
This program was sponsored by the Hans and Kate Morris Fund for New Music and supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Photo by Rebecca Meek