The 10th anniversary season of Community Supported Art celebrates the resilient artists who helped keep the performing arts alive over these last two challenging years.
Opening the season, you are invited to experience Vida Chai’s new album in an immersive concert. Composed in the social desert of 2020, this eclectic performance seamlessly blends folk-Americana, indie, and rock. Directed by Lindsay Goranson and featuring choreography by Kaila Carter, the all-star band includes Dan Miller (Upright Bass), Ryan Socrates (Percussion), and Gray Buchanan (Fiddle) along with Kelsey Robinson and Treasure on vocals. Join Vida for a musical meditation that explores the complexity of isolation and companionship during an evolutionary time.
Vida Chai is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist committed to brutally honest storytelling. Vida’s influences range from Joni Mitchell to Esperanza Spalding, blending acoustic-folk and neosoul to challenge and inspire listeners. They use their voice to speak difficult truths and help create more understanding and space for queer people.
Somewhat Strange: A Musical Exploration | Community Supported Art (CSA) | New Hazlett Theater | October 14, 2022 at 11:00AM | FREE through RADical Days |
*Registration recommended at https://ci.ovationtix.com/36406/production/1126264
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