Latest in a series of posts on the Arts in Bethlehem
Developed as a model sustainable arts venue, IceHouse Tonight is a cultural
initiative designed to serve and share the arts of the local culture.
It is a vehicle for creative place-making, focusing on works
created by local and regional artists.
Bassist Nicholas Krolak is a young veteran of the Philadelphia jazz scene. He has spent the last decade working as a side-man, experiencing new styles, and studying with the masters. Now, he has taken all he has learned and is applying it to his own group. Tracing the lineage of bebop into the contemporary, his compositions celebrate the city and honor nature.
Najwa Parkins is a Philadelphia-based vocalist, songwriter/composer, arranger, bandleader, and educator. Her voice has often been described as smooth, smoky, and soulful— with a profound range of emotion. Najwa has been praised for her compositions, which are both lyrically and musically engaging.
Suggested Donation – $5
The show will be streamed on the IceHouse Tonight Facebook page and the IceHouse Tonight Youtube channel.
Live from IceHouse Tonight delivers local arts to your living room. Presenting a diverse selection of virtual performances, the series is part of the larger IceHouse Tonight series, which features over 100 events each year.
The series is proudly sponsored by Fig Bethlehem magazine.
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