Friday, September 24th, 2021

Musicians from around the world to perform live

Posted: Friday, June 11, 2021

Elite musicians from around the world will play three live performances at Eagles Theatre as part of Honeywell Arts Academy, a premier summer music program debuting in June. Performances will feature the diverse musical talents of thirty world-class scholars, curated by professional musicians including Time for Three Founder Ranaan Meyer, pianist/NPR host Peter Dugan, and five other esteemed faculty members.

Honeywell Arts Academy, a part of Honeywell Arts & Entertainment, is a unique full scholarship music academy that will bring elite musicians from around the world – from the U.S. to Canada, South Korea, and Mexico – to Wabash for collaborative learning and growth. An expansion of Wabass Institute for double bassists founded in 2008, Honeywell Arts Academy is comprised of three, week-long summer programs: Resonance Institute for versatile musicians, Soundboard Institute for pianists, and Wabass Institute for double bassists. All three institutes will conclude with public performances at Eagles Theatre.

Honeywell Arts Academy performances include: Resonance Institute Performance: Thursday, June 17, 7:30 p.m. at Eagles Theatre. Experience an evening of innovative artistry that knows no boundaries. The fellowship scholars along with faculty mentors’ singers and fiddle players Charles Yang, Nick Kendall, bassist Ranaan Meyer from Time for Three and pianist Peter Dugan will take you on a musical journey that will leave you resonating with joy.

Soundboard Institute Performance: Tuesday, June 22, 7:30 p.m. at Eagles Theatre. Pianists from around the globe come together for an evening of collaborative music making at Eagles Theatre. The culmination of Soundboard Institute, the fellowship scholars along with faculty mentors’ Peter Dugan and John O’Conor bring you an evening of dazzling 88-keys artistry.

Wabass Institute Performance: Monday, June 28, 7:30 p.m. at Eagles Theatre. Wabass Institute’s final performance has been surprising audiences for the past 14 years. Explore the unexpected musical heights of the double bass with the fellowship scholars alongside faculty Eric Larson, Ranaan Meyer, and Hal Robinson.

Tickets are $25 and available for purchase at HoneywellArts.org.

For more information about Honeywell Arts Academy, visit HoneywellArtsAcademy.org or download a press kit at HoneywellArtsAcademy.org/press. For media inquiries, contact Program Director Emily Meyer at emeyer@honeywellartsacademy.org or (260) 225-9855 or Courtney Harvey at charvey@honeywellarts.org or (260) 274-1437.