BAC Salon: Joseph Keckler
Please Note: In light of the global health crisis due to COVID-19 and following the Governor’s executive order restricting public gatherings, this performance is cancelled to protect the health and safety of all.
Ticket-holders will be contacted by the Box Office and issued full refunds.
“The sensibility of a magician, a trickster’s dark humor and a formidable musical and literary erudition.” — The New York Times
An evening salon featuring musician, composer, and author Joseph Keckler, who has garnered acclaim for his powerful voice, image-rich songs, and absurdist humor. A versatile artist working across genres, Keckler recently premiered a series of opera and theater performances and was the national support act for the rock band Sleater-Kinney.
Refreshments will be served.
Leadership support for music programming provided by the Thompson Family Foundation.
Joseph Keckler is a BAC Resident Artist alum.
Joseph Keckler, described as a "major vocal talent who shatters the conventional boundaries" by The New York Times, has recently performed at Lincoln Center and Centre Pompidou.
He has created several evening-length performance pieces and various songs and videos. His piece Train With No Midnight was commissioned by Beth Morrison Projects, MCA Chicago, and Dartmouth, and his piece Let Me Die was commissioned by FringeArts and Opera Philadelphia. His writing has appeared in Literary Hub and VICE and Dragon at the Edge of a Flat World, a collection of his essays and stories, was published last year by Turtle Point Press. He is currently working on projects in the realms of television, art, and music.
Photos: Nicholas Williams, Alyssa Taylor Wendt, Michael Sharkey