About this Event
2833-A Hathaway Rd., Richmond, VA 23225#jazz
Out Of Your Head Records Second Mondays @ Artspace are back for our first show of 2024 (no January show due to Artspace repairs...come see the awesome new floor!). We had a blast presenting these concerts last year, and we're keeping it going. HobbyHorse was the first ever concert on this series in February 2023, and they'll be performing some new compositions in advance of a recording session later this month. Stay tuned for confirmation of the first set, coming soon!
Doors at 7:30pm, Music at 8:00pm
$10 suggested donation
Beer + Wine available for purchase
8:00pm TBA (announcement coming soon)
9:00pm Adam Hopkins' HobbyHorse
Adam Hopkins - bass, compositions
Bob Miller - trumpet
Scott Clark - drums
"Adam Hopkins is one of the few talents with the vision to make jazz directed at the current and future generations, not the past ones." (Something Else Reviews) Hopkins is a bassist and composer born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, relocated to Brooklyn, New York in 2011, and moved to Richmond in early 2019. He has extensive experience performing jazz and improvised music and has played with professional orchestras in Maryland, Virginia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and the DC metro area. His debut album Crickets has received international acclaim from a variety of sources, most notably ranking as the #2 Debut Album in the 2018 NPR Jazz Critics Poll. Adam was also named the #2 Newcomer Musician for 2018 in the International Critics Poll organized by El Intruso. Crickets was the first release on Hopkins' Out Of Your Head Records, an artist-run record label dedicated to creative music and visual art in limited runs. He has toured as a member of John Hollenbeck's Claudia Quintet, been a side person with Henry Threadgill, and has recorded and/or performed regularly with Webber/Morris Big Band, Tomeka Reid, Kate Gentile Mannequins, Scott Clark's Dawn & Dusk, Anna Webber's Rectangles, Christopher Hoffman Trio, Ideal Bread, among others. Adam has studied double bass with many great performers and teachers of the instrument, including Michael Formanek, Jeffrey Weisner, Jack Budrow, Rodney Whitaker, Sam Cross and additional studies with Drew Gress and Gary Thomas.
0 people are interested in this event