Join the GRPM in the Chaffee Planetarium on February 28 for a performance by Bronze Wolf playing ambient R&B music. Bronze Wolf is an exploratory dark-electronic pop project from vocalist,
Join the GRPM in the Chaffee Planetarium on February 28 for a performance by Bronze Wolf playing ambient R&B music. Bronze Wolf is an exploratory dark-electronic pop project from vocalist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Eric Tempelaere. Accompanying Bronze Wolf with live visuals on the planetarium dome will be Nate Eizenga.
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m., with Museum doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase.
Tickets are $12 for Museum members and $15 for general public in advance, and $15 for Museum members and $18 for general public at the door. Limited tickets available.
Blurring lines – Bronze Wolf is an exploratory dark-electronic pop project from vocalist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Eric Tempelaere. Bronze Wolf is expansive in his scope, yet internal in his expression – a proudly gay artist who has shed his small-town, conservative background in favor of an amorphous, ever expanding view of this world. From a young age, Tempelaere was drooling over synthesizers and various electronic gear, scouring ebay for keytars, moogs, theremins, and rhodes. To this day Eric primarily uses the singular Nord synthesiser he saved up for in grade school with his paper route money, ultimately using limitations as a source of inspiration, allowing his songwriting to speak for itself. Bronze Wolf garners inspiration from every facet of life, molding stimuli into something personal – striving to make art an act of catharsis to please his own whims, and embracing genre bending with no fear or regard for easy categorization.
Nate Eizenga is a Grand Rapids native who moonlights as video artist, focusing on accompaniment for live musical performances. By using controllers intended for digital music production to create, mix, and manipulate video in real time he crafts a visual experience that toes the line between artistic spontaneity and musical synchronicity. Since his first public show in 2015 Nate has performed for numerous events, including Concerts Under the Stars 2017 and 2018.