BROOKLYN-BASED INDIE CLASSICAL COMPOSERS TO PERFORM FREE CONCERT AT JOHNSON STATE ON JAN. 20
JOHNSTON, VT -- Charly and Margaux, Brooklyn-based indie classical composers whose distinct sound draws on everything from baroque to blues, will perform at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 20, in the Performance Space in Stearns Student Center at Johnson State College.
Although their training at Boston College and Berklee School of Music was steeped in classical music, Charly and Margaux have gone on to collaborate with hip-hop artists and rappers including Kendrick Lamar, Pharoahe Monch, Wyclef Jean and Casey Veggies. They write contemporary pieces and perform classical improvisation. Without funding or major label representation, the pair continue to build a humble résumé including co-composition, visual art, national touring, and community service in the United States and abroad.
The concert is free and open to the public.