We raise a glass to you for being patient with us during this long strech after our last event.
We apologize for the delay in reports on our artistic progress. We're not taking a break. We are just planning and plotting for the future!
So, what's next on the docket for BPP? Ian is hard at work, reinvigorating classic opera works for contemporary aesthetic and cultural climate via his "Adult Fairy Tales" Project. I'm planning our next Musicians Who Brunch event, which, by the way, is going super well!
I was so moved and appreciative of the turnout at the most recent MWB event. We doubled our profit from the last two events (which entirely went back to the composers and performers involved in the evening--we're gonna keep Chicago artists working in Chicago), and we can't wait for the next one in February. I really think we're building something!
We are looking forward to our radio interview with WMUK in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in preparation for our January 11th concert at Kalamzoo College. We'll be headed to Michigan on December 19th to take our message outside of Chicago, and are so pumped to keep our art moving forward!
If you want to get invovled with us, shoot us an email or text or message, or just show up at our favorite and regular Edgewater bars for a great hangout. As always, we appreciate your support and enthusiasm.
Lots of love, wine and art,