Pittsburgh Performs: BACHBOOMBOX III

Live at Barebones Productions, Thursday, May 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

BACHBOOMBOX, hosted by Chamber Music Pittsburgh and BOOM Concepts, returns with a fresh crew of artists ready to explore. Moving through time and musical space, the audience will turn the dial on the boombox from station to station for an eclectic live performance at Barebones Productions. The performance features Magic Organs; Shanyse Strickland, vocalist and horn; Renze Jefferson, bass; Kenny Peagler, piano; and Anqwenique, vocalist.

Pay what you wish! $10 suggested. Tickets required. All ages welcome. Purchase in advance from Chamber Music Pittsburgh either online or by phone at 412-624-4129. Any remaining general admission tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis at the door on the night of the event. Subject to availability. The box office opens at 6:30PM.

About The Artist: 

Magic Organs is a collaborative cartel founded in 2011 through the practice of D.S. Kinseland Julie Mallis. The medium of this practice is based on their relationship as expressed through zines, painting, social media, curating, shared studio practice, artist mentorship, youth workshops, university lectures, professional development, community organizing and happenings events.

Anqwenique Wingfield is an extremely versatile vocalist and teaching artist specializing in opera, classical music, jazz and soul. Anqwenique has performed lead operatic roles such as Magda Sorel in Carl Menotti’s The Consul, Hanna Glawari in Franz Lehar’s The Merry Widow and Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Anqwenique sang the role of Francie/Frankie in the world premier of new opera Mercy Train composed by Doug Levine and libretto by Julie Tosh. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Voice Performance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.