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Morning Glories

June 16 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Morning Glories FRI JUNE 16 | 11 AM Hsin-Yun Huang, Kenneth Thompkins, Joseph Becker, AYA Trio

Friday, June 16 | 11 AM
Temple Beth El Chapel
Sponsored by Beverly Baker & Dr. Edward Treisman

ARTISTS | Hsin-Yun Huang, Kenneth Thompkins, Joseph Becker, AYA Piano Trio

SCOTT Silenced Angels Speak
BEETHOVEN Piano Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 16
BRAHMS Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8
Please click here for program notes.

This concert will be followed by a reception with Festival Visual Artist, Senghor Reid at 1 pm. Reid draws inspiration for his paintings from current events and from his hometown of Detroit. Our 2023 Festival showcases his work “Every Night Dreams 5” on our marketing materials.

Artist Statement: Turning Points

“Focusing on gratitude, courage, and radical introspection has provided me with the space to expand the focus of my artistic practice and creativity.  I often use my interactions with nature, specifically water, as a vehicle for reflection, healing, and restorative practice.  Specifically using water as a subject matter often provides me with multiple pathways for attaining higher levels of personal awakening.  Water is a turning point, a shapeshifter, always evolving out of itself and back into itself.  It is still and in motion, reflective and transparent, pure, and polluted.  I intend for the subsequent narrative created by my work to inspire viewers to willingly engage water and evoke consideration of it as a sacred treasure and catalyst for enlightenment.  My goal is to provide a series of visual devices to facilitate the reintegration of our most important natural resource into our daily living and discourse.”

Filmmakers Desmond Love and Eden Sabolboro illuminate the world of visual artist Senghor Reid in their PBS documentary Senghor Reid: Make Way For Tomorrow.  Watch it by clicking below:

Senghor Reid: Make Way For Tomorrow

General $40 | Student $15


June 16
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
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