Clark Art Music on the Moltz Terrace: Senseless Optimism and Wendy Eisenberg
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Sunday, Sept. 17, the Clark Art Institute kicks off its three-part fall concert series with performances by Senseless Optimism and Wendy Eisenburg.
The free outdoor concert takes place at 5 pm on the Moltz Terrace, Lunder Center at Stone Hill.
According to a press release:
Multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Brittany Tsewole brings her project, Senseless Optimism, to the Clark. Her evocative lyricism guides her audiences through a genre-defying array of local and global sounds.
Improviser and songwriter Wendy Eisenberg uses guitar, pedals, the tenor banjo, the computer, the synthesizer, and voice. Their work spans multiple genres, from jazz to noise to avant-rock to delicate ballads. Though they often work as a solo songwriter and improviser, they are also a writer on music and other topics, with published essays on music in Sound American, Arcana, and the Contemporary Music Review.
Free. Bring a picnic and your own seating. This program is presented in collaboration with Belltower Records (North Adams, Massachusetts).
The next concert in the series features the Gelineau-Baldwin-Corsano Trio with Marie Carroll & Rebecca Schrader Duo. The performance takes place on Sunday, Oct. 15 at 4 pm on the Moltz Terrace, Lunder Center at Stone Hill.
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