A Radio Drama performed by BHCC THR109 Students, faculty, staff and guest actors.
An original play written by Proshot Kalami, inspired by the events that took place during the 2020 pandemic and stories collected from staff and featured artists of the Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery. This allegorical play foregrounds the narratives of the periphery and suppressed in its multiple journeys through time.
Original music composed and arranged by Salar Ayoubi
Sound engineer Cam Perridge
Playwright and Director Proshot Kalami
Production Manger Cecilia Caraballo Acevedo
Poster Design and Publicity : THR109 Students
Sponsored by the Performing Arts Department and the Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery
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Featuring BHCC Popular Music Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble
Join two BHCC performing ensembles for a virtual concert of student musicians. The Popular Music Ensemble will present the second set of music videos about beginnings and endings, featuring songs popularized by artists such as The Rolling Stones, Avicii, Amaral, and Nena. The Jazz Ensemble will play their own original songs inspired by the roots of blues, then present seminal Brazilian jazz works by poet Vinicius de Moraes and composer Antonio Carlos Jobim, featuring guest appearance by Berklee Percussion Professor Mark Walker.
BHCC Popular Music Ensemble directed by Dr. Mark Popeney, Associate Professor and Chair, Performing Arts Department
BHCC Jazz Ensemble directed by Dennis Shafer, Adjunct Professor, Performing Arts Department
Sponsored by the Performing Arts Department
Streamed live on YouTube