Keyanna Hutchinson is a Baisley Powell Elebash Artist in Residence as part of Greenwich House Music School’s Uncharted
Doors at 7:30 pm, Show at 8:00pm
$15 – Tickets Includes Free Wine/Beer Bar
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Keyanna Hutchinson is a versatile musician from Brooklyn whose multivalent influences can be traced to her Caribbean lineage, her love for popular music, her conservatory training, and a remarkably busy touring and recording schedule supporting performers in the fields of rock, jazz, R&B and experimental composition. Though perhaps best known for her fluency as a guitarist, Hutchinson is also a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer. She counts Terri Lynne Carrington, Lizz Wright and Brandon Ross of Harriet Tubman as mentors and is a recent awardee of the prestigious Next Jazz Legacy fellowship through New Music USA. Hutchinson composes and plays to pay homage and to propagate the roots of black and indigenous sound. For her Uncharted concert, Plugged and Unplugged, she will focus her many talents for a new project, intended to be eventually released as her debut album, that combines her love of live performance with recent explorations into electronic composition and remix culture.
The Uncharted residency and concert series, now in its ninth year at Greenwich House Music School, provides a much-needed resource for New York-based musicians to develop original material, foster new collaborations, and premiere first-look projects in an intimate concert setting. 100% of all ticket sales go directly to the artist.
Upcoming Uncharted Performances
4/06 – Endea Owens & The Cookout
4/13 – Keyanna Hutchinson: Plugged and Unplugged
4/20 – Mafer Bandola: Pipiris Nights – Mi vida y tiempos
4/27 – Nour Harkati: Mawwal
5/04 – Dana Lyn’s Animal Revenge
5/11 – Oran Etkin Duo with Sasha Berliner
About Greenwich House Music School
Greenwich House Music School is a part of Greenwich House. Founded in 1902 as a settlement house, Greenwich House today offers innovative programs and services in arts and education, older adult services, behavioral and mental health, and workforce development. Greenwich House responds to evolving community needs by taking thoughtful risks, piloting new models and approaches, and implementing effective solutions. The Greenwich House Music School is proud to be part of this caring community of friends and neighbors in New York. For more information, visit www.greenwichhouse.org.
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For additional information and up-to-the-minute performance updates, call 212-242-4770 or visit the Greenwich House website at greenwichhouse.org.
Uncharted is made possible by the generous support of the Baisley Powell Elebash Fund.
Uncharted is also supported, in part, by NYU, and the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.
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