Art Moves - Baby Face Brass September resident artists
Date and time
Sept 22 - Waterfront Station; Sept 29 - Lonsdale Quay SeaBus platform (Coast Salish Territory)
Sept 22 - 601 W Cordova, Vancouver; Sept 29 - 151 Esplanade Ave, North Vancouver
Vancouver & North Vancouver, BC
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and is a relaxed performance.
Art Moves is our new and exciting music and performance residency series bringing vibrancy to the transit system. The program features a diverse roster of local, world-class musicians and performance artists scheduled to appear throughout the year in various regional locations, including Waterfront, Surrey Central, and Coquitlam Central SkyTrain Stations, Lonsdale Quay SeaBus Terminal, Bridgeport Bus Exchange, as well as onboard the SeaBus.Reflecting our region’s deep diversity, Art Moves showcases a line-up of multi-disciplinary talent that includes musicians, dancers, live painters, performance artists and more.
Art Moves is proud to feature monthly artist residencies by DJ O Show, Afro-Indigenous female Hip Hop and R&B DJ; World Champion breakdancer Phil Wizard and friends; Kutapira marimba and percussion trio; classical music duos with Michael Park and friends; Calle Verde Flamenco dance and music trio; the North Shore Celtic Ensemble, and much more. We invite riders to surprise and delight in these artful happenings, occuring regularly throughout the year.
The September, the resident artists surprising and delighting riders will be Baby Face Brass. They has been playing high energy and danceable music on the streets of Vancouver for over 14 years. They play a modern and exciting mix of jazz, world music, New Orleans second line, hip hop, and funk. Defying expectations and musical genres, Babyface Brass is Vancouver’s premier street jazz and party band with an ensemble that regularly ranges from 4 to 12 musicians including horns, drums, bass, and tap dancers.
- Art Moves web page translink.ca
TransLink is Metro Vancouver's transportation network, serving residents and visitors with public transit, major roads, bridges and Trip Planning. Art Moves is part of TransLink's Public Art program.