ON STAGE · VISITING ARTIST SERIES
WITH SPECIAL GUEST BEDOUINE
Indie folk singer-songwriter offers hushed, intimate songs that “ask big questions.”
“His comfortingly consonant harmonies are invitations to a slower, more centered mode of being—a zone of introspection governed by calm, by the notion of seeking for its own sake.” NPR
With crystal-clear voice and warm, spacious guitar, José González is one of today’s most remarkable indie folk artists—and a testament to the enduring power of the solo performer. His hushed, delicate sound draws the audience near with an intimate style and original songs that “ask big questions” (Pitchfork). Syrian-American singer-songwriter Bedouine (“hypnotic and soulful” —The Deli Magazine) opens the concert.
With a hushed, intimate style and songs that “ask big questions” (Pitchfork), singer-songwriter-guitarist José González performs Tuesday, February 6, at 7 pm, in Spaulding Auditorium of the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
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1. José González, by Chad Kamenshine
2. José González, by Malin Johansson
3. José González, by Sandro Baebler
4. Bedouine, courtesy of the artist