The Unemployed Architects Virtual Concert at the BCPA!
The Unemployed Architects
Thursday, October 29th at 7:30 pm
Watch the show live here on our YouTube Page
The Unemployed Architects started in the small town of Pontiac, IL. They all went to high school together playing in different groups and bands before deciding to try something different. A year out of high school, now based out of Bloomington IL, they started doing shows all over the Midwest. They have two different singer-songwriters that come from very different musical backgrounds and come together to really encompass a wide range of sounds. They have been making music for around 8 years now and have recently released their first full length album “Design to Shine” (2015).
“The fall series will feature an eclectic lineup of talented area musicians,” said JongHun Kim Artistic Manager at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts (BCPA), adding “These performances will be streamed at no cost to the viewers but there will be pay what you can opportunity to donate to help offset production costs.”
Donations will also help benefit the non-profit Friends of the BCPA to continue to support the mission to bring the arts to the Bloomington-Normal community. “The arts and culture matter more than ever right now and every dollar counts to help us continue to provide arts opportunities for people of all ages and all backgrounds,” said Cara Spence, Development Manager at the BCPA. A link will be provided underneath the video to donate.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic performing arts theaters like the BCPA are limited to how many people can be onsite. With that in mind artists and staff alike will adhere to the current CDC safety guidelines while producing these concerts.
Thursday, October 29, 2020
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm