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Black Violin: Impossible Tour

Saturday, October 12 @ 8:00 PM
$35 – $54

Black Violin is composed of classically trained violist and violinist Wil B. And Kev Marcus, who combine their classical training and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound that is often described as “classical boom.” The band uses their unique blendmusic to overcome stereotypes while encouraging people to join together to break down cultural barriers.

“Black Violin upends cultural and musical stereotypes…an unexpected blend of classically trained musicianship and hip-hop beats and inventiveness.”  —The Miami Herald

“Their music will keep classical music alive for the next generation.”  —NPR

Black Violin will continue on their 2019 Impossible Tour through the fall, bringing their high energy performances to cities across the East Coast and Mid-West. The band spent the latter half of 2018 and beginning of 2019 touring, writing, and recording new music. The Impossible Tour ramped up in January, shortly after wrapping up their successful 2018 Classical Boom Tour which consisted of over 90 concerts and included back to back sold out performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C..

Black Violin’s Impossible Tour will spread the message that anything is possible and there are no limits to what one can achieve, regardless of circumstance. The focus is positivity and encouragement. As Wil Baptiste puts it, “When you come to a Black Violin concert, there are so many people in the audience experiencing something together. To me, that’s what our show does, it brings people together. Not only that, you’re being inspired, you’re being uplifted, you’re able to see something you probably have never seen before.”


$54 Gold Circle/$47/$35

Support for the 2019/20 season provided in part by kcs Architects

Date: Saturday, October 12
Time: 8:00 PM
Cost: $35 – $54
Event CategoriesLive, Music, Popular Music
Venue Name: The Colonial Theatre
Address: 95 Main Street
Keene, NH 03431 United States
Phone: 603 352 2033
Website: thecolonial.org