Mark Gresham | 01 JUL 2020
The series was created to showcase local talent and offer hope and support to the Atlanta community by presenting a variety of free, short, virtual performances from the homes of local artists on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Klimchak’s performance, which can be viewed tomorrow at nooonvia the Rialto Center’s https://www.facebook.com/RialtoCenter/ Facebook page, represents a way he, like every other musician, is coming to grips with the artistic need to perform during the problematic pandemic. Klimchak wriotes in an e-mail to EarRelevant:
Klimchak is known for his improvisatory performances that combine throat-singing, theremin-playing, homemade percussion instrument-made music, and his “Homegrown” performance. Although it is not face-to-face with a live audience, the performance, you can expect the 17-minutes to be thoroughly Klimchakian. He offers the following description description:
An archived playlist of past “Homegrown Artists” videos can be found on YouTube.