In keeping with yesterday’s post, here’s footage from the David Boykin Trio, the first artist-in-residence for Dorchester Projects.
From the Vimeo site:
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Critics have called saxophonist David Boykin one of Chicago’s “best kept secrets.” A master of improvisation, his free jazz knows no musical boundaries.
Keeping busy as leader of the David Boykin Expanse, member of Boykin, Seigfried and Reed, and founder of Sonic Healing Ministries, David Boykin is one of the most dynamic musicians on Chicago’s rich and diverse music scene. (wttw.com/?main.taf?erube_fh=wttw&wttw.submit.viewArtsStory=true&wttw.id=boykin_david)
Dorchester Project is a new community development model that explores the ways social space, art, and design can catalyze creative redevelopment. Located in two adjacent houses in Grand Crossing, Dorchester Project provides a space that will engage neighbors, urban planners, artists, musicians, and academics in a series of workshops, performances, conversations, and happenings that will allow a myriad of relationships to inform and enhance each other through seamless and genuine gestures.