Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 7:30 – 9:00pm

Resident Finale: Rainier Scholars and Tomo Nakayama

Great Hall; enter on Eighth Avenue. $5.

Residents Finale
Arts & Culture

In the culminating performance of Town Hall’s In Residency program, Artist in Residence Tomo Nakayama and Scholars in Residence Rainier Scholars each present the results of their terms. How do passionate, motivated students of color interpret the contributions of Town Hall to our community? Find out as the high school scholars share their diverse perspectives and insights from their spring residency. Next, local singer/songwriter Tomo Nakayama will share the creative product of his term — a sampling of the songs he’s written here. He’ll premiere the new songs, as well as a brief video highlighting how he used different Town Hall spaces to capture a variety of sounds and moods in his recordings. For more info on his creative process, Nakayama will also do a brief Q&A at the event.

Presented by:Town Hall, as part of the Arts & Culture series and In Residence program. Sponsored by A&P. Special sponsorship support for Tomo Nakayama’s residency has been generously provided by Capitol Cider.
Tickets: $5.
Doors open: 6:30 p.m.
Learn more: About Rainier Scholars; visit Tomo’s Tumblr.

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