CHris Granias & Friends
Kalo Taxidi III
Oct. 13, 2019
Studio Z: 275 East Fourth Street, Suite 200, St. Paul
Free will donations at the door
Sponsored by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, this is the third in a series of fundraisers hosted by Dr. Chris Granias highlighting his journey as an artist and a patient with MS. Kalo Taxidi III will feature an illustrious cast of artists performing compositions by Granias.
Chris Granias, composer/poet/piano; David Pates, narrator/poet; Rebecca Heyn, piano; deVon Gray composer/bassoon/electronics; Lynette Simpson, voice; Chad Macnally, hammered dulcimer/Irish harp; David Harris, vocals; Mark Turbac, representative from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society; and others.
Dr. Chris Granias, a native of Chicago, received his Doctorate in Theory and Composition from the University of Minnesota, a Master’s in Piano Performance from Northwestern University, and a Master’s in Composition from Drake University.
Read about the Kalo Taxidi (Good Journey) project in this 2018 profile of Chris Granias from the American Composers Forum: