Cape Museum's ONE NIGHT STANDS
Open Season with Jazz -- End with Vivaldi
Rick Fleury in A Dialogue with Jazz Photo: Tam Garran
The CCMA’s very popular First Thursday’s One Night Stand opened a new season of unique evenings with the artist in "A Dialogue with Jazz," featuring live painting to the Dan Sullivan Trio, and pianist Chris Morris of the Cape Cod Conservatory and Academy of Performing Arts. More than 140 attended the season opener.
A second "One Night Stand," held Thursday, May 1, closed the season, featuring the work produced in the artist's April class at the Museum, "Paint What You Hear" -- a collaboration with the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra. The artist and his students painted "live" to the Symphony's Cape Youth String Ensemble's presentation of Vivaldi's Four Seasons, concentrating on Spring and Summer. The work produced in the class, as well as the Youth Ensemble and the students, came together again at the CCMA for this special evening.
Spring's Allegro, (Sold) painted to Vivaldi's Four Seasons,
thanks to the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra's Cape Youth String Ensemble which accompanied Fleury's Museum class