Tickets available at the door!
The Hopewell Valley Arts Council is proud to announce the first in a series of concerts highlighting multiple simultaneous art disciplines as we present Art: The Language of Expression. On November 15, Colors of Jazz will feature a jazz quartet, a visual artist and a blank canvas. Performers include The Steve Rudolph Jazz Quartet and Hopewell’s Emily Muschinske, visual artist.
Colors of Jazz is a unique opportunity to watch art in the making. Emily will interpret the music, producing paintings on canvas during the concert as the music inspires and influences her. Join us for this unique event, and be a part of the synergy of the visual and performing arts as they are united into one very special performance.
Sunday, November 15, 3pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
268 Washington Crossing – Pennington Road
Titusville, NJ 08560
About the Artists
Steve Rudolph has had an inspiring career in his 40 years of professional music making as a jazz pianist and composer. Steve has produced 11 CD’s and taken several world tours, and was once part of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. He is the founder of the Central PA Friends of Jazz.
Hopewell resident Emily Muschinske is an illustrator and graphic designer of apparel, textiles, books, toys and home products for companies like Marvel, Disney and Nickelodeon.