Jann Klose

LIVE @ THE STEAMERJann Klose

Jann Klose is an award-winning pop singer-songwriter, who has released six albums and two EPs. Jann was raised in Kenya, South Africa, Germany, and the United States and now resides in New York City. His music has been streamed over 1,000,000 times online and his new album IN TANDEM feat. collaborations with with Annie Haslam (Renaissance), Karen Zoid, RJ Benjamin, Tamara Dey, Ziyon (Liquideep), Peter Gabriel, Tlale Makhene, James Stewart (The Usual), Larry Beckett (Tim Buckley) is now available via Gallo Record Company / Sheer Sound. Jann is an ambassador for Desmond Tutus Tutudesk campaign.

Janns most recent solo album, MOSAIC featuring Make It Better entered the Roots Rock charts at #22 and won three 2014 Independent Music Awards. The single Make It Better is featured on the Billboard Top 10 charting compilation album Action Moves People United. The record also made the first round of the 2014 Grammys® in the categories Pop Vocal Album and Album Of The Year.

His voice is featured in the movie 'Greetings From Tim Buckley' (Universal) as the voice of Tim Buckley starring Penn Badgley and Imogen Poots. His songs have been heard on the Grammy® nominated 'Healthy Food For Thought' compilation as well as MTV Cribs and movies 'Dead Broke' (Warner Bros) featuring Paul Sorvino and 'A Venue For The End Of The World' (BrinkVision) featuring Dick Cavett and Ian Anderson. Most recently Jann scored the music for the award-winning short The Beauty of Disaster.

He has performed as an actor and singer in touring companies of Broadway musicals, including 'Jesus Christ Superstar,' 'Jekyll & Hyde,' and 'The Who's Tommy.' In 2005, the off-Broadway production 'Moonlight Interior,' a musical based on Klose's music, premiered in New York City.

Jann Klose has periodically collaborated with members of classical rock group Renaissance and tours regularly in the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia. He has worked with a wide range of artists including Pat Benatar, John Oates of Hall and Oates, Suzanne Vega, Paula Cole, Annie Haslam, Ann & Liz Callaway, Gary Lucas, Brett Dennen, Rusted Root, Vonda Shepard, Ben Taylor, RJ Benjamin, Karen Zoid, Tamara Day, Ziyon (Liquideep), Shekhinah, Amanda Black, Jeffrey Gaines, Bret Michaels, Rosanne Cash, The Byrds' Roger McGuinn, Marty Stuart, The Yardbirds' Jim McCarty, Pete Seeger and Les Paul.

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GOOD CHOICE KITCHEN VEGAN CAFE at 147 Main St Ossining (right up the block) is offering a 10% discount on your dinner check the evening of this performance!!! Just show your E-ticket on your device!!

 

When:

Friday, January 18th  @ 8 PM

 

Where:

OAC Steamer Firehouse Gallery, 117 Main Street 2nd floor, Ossining

 

Admission:

$15 for OAC Members - $20 for the General Public

 

Linear Art

Linear Art: POWER OF THE LINE

The Ossining Arts Council is presenting Linear Art: POWER OF THE LINE, curated by Peg Tarnowsky and Steven Hummel.

The exhibit will feature works in all media that embody implied lines, diagonal lines, gesture lines, outlines, contour lines, expressive lines and more. 

 

When:

Exhibition Schedule: April 6 - May 1, 2019.

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 13th 4 -6 PM

Gallery Tours: Saturday, April 6th 4 -6 PM, Sunday, April 7th 2 - 5 PM, 

Sunday, April 14th 3 - 5PM

 

Where:

OAC Steamer Firehouse Gallery, 117 Main Street 2nd floor, Ossining

 

Art Speaks - “The Harlem Renaissance: A Cultural Awakening”

‘Art Speaks’ - “The Harlem Renaissance: A Cultural Awakening

 The Harlem Renaissance (c. 1918–37) was a blossoming of African American culture, particularly in the creative arts, and the most influential movement in African American literary history. Embracing literary, musical, theatrical, and visual arts, participants sought to re-conceptualize “the Negro” apart from the white stereotypes that had influenced black peoples’ relationship to their heritage and to each other. They also sought to break free of Victorian moral values and bourgeois shame about aspects of their lives that might, as seen by whites, reinforce racist beliefs. The movement was never dominated by a particular school of thought. Rather, it was characterized by intense debate. The Harlem Renaissance laid the groundwork for all later African American literature and art, and had an enormous impact on subsequent black consciousness worldwide. While the renaissance was not confined to the Harlem district of New York City, Harlem attracted a remarkable concentration of intellect and talent and served as the symbolic capital of this cultural awakening.

 

When:

Sunday - February 3rd  - 2 pm

 

Where:

OAC Steamer Firehouse Gallery, 117 Main Street 2nd floor, Ossining

 

FREE Admission / Light Refreshments / Donations Welcome

Art Speaks - “The Nuts & Bolts of Mounting an Art Exhibit”

‘Art Speaks’ - “The Nuts & Bolts of Mounting an Art Exhibit”

 

When:

Sunday - September 29th  - 2 pm

 

Where:

OAC Steamer Firehouse Gallery, 117 Main Street 2nd floor, Ossining

 

FREE Admission / Light Refreshments / Donations Welcome