I’ll be performing with Brian Calhoun at his fantastic Marimba Cabaret show!
Club Cafe (map)
209 Columbus Avenue
Boston, MA, 02116
Brian and Greg return to Club Cafe with an all-new show and special guests! Joined by beloved local singer-songwriter Carrie Cheron and Minnesotan marimba improviser & composer, Jenny Klukken, don’t miss their last Boston appearance before heading to Provincetown for the summer.
FRIDAY, JUNE 14 - CLUB CAFE’S MOONSHINE ROOM
7:00pm doors, 7:30pm show
Food & drink table service available
$20 general admission, open seating
In Concert, with special guests
Join OHS Alumna, Jenny Klukken, for an evening of music on her 5 octave marimba. Jenny grew up outside of Osakis, MN, and attended the public high school there. On May 25th 2019, she will return home to present her works. Jenny is currently a music instructor at the MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis and Chanhassen High School, as well as working as a freelance musician and educator. Jenny composes and performs her own music in the Twin Cites and abroad, her most recent musical project bringing her to Central America.
This concert is open to the public and $10, no advance sales. All proceeds will go to Jenny's next musical project, which she will share with audience that night.
A few surprise (local) guests will join Jenny performing that night.
7:30PM in the Osakis High School Auditorium
Carnage The Executioner Presents:
NO PLAN A
An evening of improvised, organic live performance
NICKLE NELLY feat. AMBROSE
THE NO-PLAN BAND: CARNAGE THE EXECUTIONER/MOONSHIE SAX/FLUTESSA/POOH BEAR
Thursday, February 21 //
Caydence Records & Coffee
(900 Payne Avenue
St Paul, MN 55130) //
7-10PM // $7 // All Ages
Jenny Klukken and special musical guests present an evening of marimba-centered music inspired by classical, Latin, jazz, and American folk music. Along with Jenny Klukken on marimba, the audience will hear Robert Everest (guitar/vocals), Michael Bissonette (percussion), and The OK Factor (violin: Karla Colahan, cello: Olivia Diercks).
In the spring of 2018, Jenny Klukken traveled to Paris to study marimba, composition, and improvisation with Eric Sammut through the Metropolitan Region Arts Council "Next Step" grant. In addition to her time taking rigorous lessons with Sammut, Jenny spent her time composing works for marimba that incorporated her unique approach to the instrument. Jenny's compositions and arrangements give a new voice to the modern marimba, an otherwise classical/repertoire-based instrument, and leave room for improvisation and free-play.
This event is the premiere of works from this grant project, in addition to past compositions and arrangements by Jenny. The group of 5 musicians will also perform various works that have been collectively arranged, as well as pieces that highlight guests musicians.